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FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship

The FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship was a championship in Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling. It was initially active from May 1996 until May 1999.[1] The title was abandoned by Shoichi Arai on November 20, 1998 and presented to the departing Atsushi Onita as a tribute to Onita for founding FMW and taking the company to a major level. The title was replaced in July 1999 with the WEW 6-Man Tag Team Championship.[1]

FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionFrontier Martial-Arts Wrestling
Cho Sento Puroresu FMW
Date establishedMay 5, 1996
Date retiredOctober 27, 2016

On October 30, 2015, it was announced that the FMW World Street Fight 6-Man Tag Team Championship will be reactivated for the newly-resurrected FMW promotion. The new champions were determined on December 22. The title was again deactivated in October 2016.

Title historyEdit

No. Champion Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref.
1 Puerto Rican Army
(Super Leather, Headhunter A and Headhunter B)
1 May 5, 1996 54 Kawasaki, Japan 7th Anniversary Show Defeated The Gladiator, Hisakatsu Oya and Horace Boulder to win the title [1]
2 Masato Tanaka, Koji Nakagawa and Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 June 28, 1996 141 Tokyo, Japan FMW [1]
3 Funk Masters of Wrestling
(Hisakatsu Oya, Headhunter A (2) and Headhunter B (2))
1 November 16, 1996 125 Osaka, Japan FMW [1]
4 Fuyuki-Gun
(Kodo Fuyuki, Jado and Gedo)
1 March 21, 1997 109 Sendai, Japan FMW [1]
Vacant N/A July 8, 1997 N/A N/A [1]
5 Funk Masters of Wrestling
(The Gladiator, Hisakatsu Oya (2) and Mr. Gannosuke)
1 August 5, 1997 26 Sapporo, Japan FMW Defeated Kodo Fuyuki and Jado and Gedo for the vacant title [1]
6 Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka (2) and Koji Nakagawa (2) 1 August 31, 1997 44 Yokohama, Japan FMW [1]
7 ZEN
(Atsushi Onita, Tetsuhiro Kuroda (2) and Hido)
1 October 14, 1997 67 Sapporo, Japan FMW [1]
8 Hayabusa (2), Masato Tanaka (3) and Hisakatsu Oya (3) 1 December 20, 1997 27 Osaka, Japan Super Extreme Wrestling War tour [1]
9 Team No Respect
(Mr. Gannosuke (2), Yukihiro Kanemura and Jado (2))
1 January 16, 1998 28 Yokkaichi, Japan FMW [1]
10 ZEN
(Atsushi Onita (2), Koji Nakagawa (3) and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (3))
1 February 13, 1998 81 Chiba, Japan FMW [1]
11 Team No Respect
(Kodo Fuyuki (2), Yukihiro Kanemura (2) and Hido (2))
1 May 5, 1998 27 Wakayama, Japan FMW [1]
Vacant June 1, 1998 Osaka, Japan Neo FMW tour [1]
12 Team No Respect
(Kodo Fuyuki (3), Koji Nakagawa (3) and Yukihiro Kanemura (3))
1 June 1, 1998 172 Osaka, Japan Neo FMW tour Defeated Hayabusa, Masato Tanaka and Hisakatsu Oya for the vacant title. [1]
Vacant N/A November 20, 1998[1] N/A Title retired. [1]
13 Atsushi Onita (3), Masato Tanaka (4), and Hideki Hosaka 1 December 22, 2015 33 Tokyo, Japan 25+2 Anniversary Series Origin Return - Day 3 Defeated NOSAWA Rongai, Raijin Yaguchi, and Tomohiko Hashimoto in a decision match for the re-activated titles.
14 W*ING Kanemura (4), Raijin Yaguchi, and Tomohiko Hashimoto 1 January 24, 2016 33 Tokyo, Japan Everyday Battle In The City Wing Kanemura previously known as Yukihiro Kanemura [1]
15 Atsushi Onita (4), Hideki Hosaka (2), and Sean Guinness 1 February 26, 2016 244 Tokyo, Japan For Whom The Glory Is - Day 2 Defeated Yaguchi, Nosawa Rongai and Sabu. This was a Barbed Wire Board & Barricade Mats Scramble Bunkhouse Tornado Lumberjack & Certified Weapon OK & Grossing 7,000,000 Yen Contention Death Match.
Deactivated N/A October 27, 2016 N/A Title deactivated and replaced with the FMW World Street Fight 8-Man Tag Team Championship. [2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "World Street-Fight 6-Man Tag Team Title". Wrestling Titles. Archived from the original on 2003-04-30. Retrieved 2008-01-25. Defeat Hayabusa & Hisakatsu Oya & Ricky Fuji; abandoned in 99/05
  2. ^ "【FMW】大仁田11・24タイガー軍と対決 初代虎参戦を無謀要求". Tokyo Sports (in Japanese). 2016-10-27. Retrieved 2016-11-25.