International Ribbon Tag Team Championship

The International Ribbon Tag Team Championship (インターナショナル・リボンタッグ王座, intānashonaru ribon taggu ōza) is a professional wrestling tag team championship owned by the Ice Ribbon promotion. The championship was introduced on April 4, 2007, at an Ice Ribbon and NEO Japan Ladies Pro Wrestling co-promoted event, where the NEO Machineguns (Tanny Mouse and Yuki Miyazaki) defeated Aya Yuki and Ran Yu-Yu in the finals of a tournament to become the inaugural champions. Championship matches have a 20-minute time limit, and the title is vacated in the event of a time limit draw.[4] Though primarily contested for by female wrestlers, seven male wrestlers; Masako Takanashi, Chounko/Choun Shiryu, Yuki Sato, Jun Kasai, Isami Kodaka, Gentaro and Makoto Oishi, have also held the title.

International Ribbon Tag Team Championship
Tsukushi International Ribbon Tag Champion.jpg
Tsukushi, record ten-time International Ribbon Tag Team Champion, with one of the title belts in April 2012
Details
PromotionIce Ribbon
Date establishedApril 4, 2007[1]
Current champion(s)Dropkickers
(Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi)
Date wonNovember 3, 2019

Like most professional wrestling championships, the title is won as a result of a scripted match. There have been 48 reigns shared among 50 different wrestlers and 37 teams. Dropkickers ((Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi) are the current champions in their third reign as a team. Individually, this is the seventh reign for Fujimoto, and the tenth reign for Tsukushi.[5]

ReignsEdit

NEO Machineguns (Tanny Mouse and Yuki Miyazaki) were the first champion in the title's history.[1] .Stap (Maki Narumiya and Risa Sera) holds the record for the longest reign at 356 days, as well as the most title defenses (9) in a single run along with Muscle Venus' (Hikaru Shida and Tsukasa Fujimoto) 3rd reign. Gentaro and Mai Ichii hold the record for the shortest reign, at two days. This is Ice Ribbon (Kurumi/Hiiragi Kurumi and Tsukushi) holds the record for most reigns as a team, with four.[6][7][8][9] Tsukushi holds the record for most reigns individually, with nine.[6][10][11][12][7][13][14][8][9] Overall, there have been 48 reigns shared among 50 different wrestlers and 37 teams. Dropkickers ((Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi) are the current champions in their third reign as a team. Individually, this is the seventh reign for Fujimoto, and the tenth reign for Tsukushi.[5]

Title historyEdit

ReignsEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Neo Machineguns
(Tanny Mouse and Yuki Miyazaki)
April 4, 2007 Neo Ribbon Starting Over Tokyo, Japan 1 303 2[15] Miyazaki and Mouse defeated Aya Yuki and Ran Yu-Yu in the finals of a four-team tournament to become the inaugural champions. [15]
2 Etsuko Mita and Makoto February 1, 2008 Ice Ribbon 60 Tokyo, Japan 1 179 2[16] [15]
3 Masa Takanashi and Ryu Chokumo July 29, 2008 Ice Ribbon 107 Tokyo, Japan 1 87 0[17] [16]
4 Riho and Yuki Sato October 24, 2008 Ice Ribbon 12 Tokyo, Japan 1 162 1[18] [17]
Vacated April 4, 2009 Ice Ribbon 66 Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated, after Riho fractured her right leg on March 31. [19]
5 Nanamino
(Minori Makiba and Nanae Takahashi)
April 12, 2009 Ice Ribbon 71 Tokyo, Japan 1 162 0[20] Makiba and Takahashi defeated Emi Sakura and Makoto in the finals of a four-team tournament to win the vacant championship. [21]
6 YoneSakura
(Emi Sakura and Kaori Yoneyama)
September 21, 2009 Ice Ribbon 118: Autumn Itabashi Women's Pro-Wrestling Festival Tokyo, Japan 1 83 2[22] [20]
7 Azumi Hyuga and Ran YuYu December 13, 2009 JWP–Climax 2009: 2nd Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan 1 18 0[23] This match was also contested for the Daily Sports Women's and JWP Tag Team Championships. [22]
Vacated December 31, 2009 JWP–Climax 2009: Azumi Hyuga Final Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated, after Azumi Hyuga retired from professional wrestling. [24]
8 Meat Monsters
(Hamuko Hoshi and Hiroyo Matsumoto)
January 4, 2010 Shinshun Ribbon Shinkiba Tournament Tokyo, Japan 1 47 1[25] Hoshi and Matsumoto defeated Mai Ichii and Nanae Takahashi to win the vacant championship. [26]
9 Passion Red
(Kazumi Shimouma and Nanae Takahashi (2))
February 20, 2010 Ice Ribbon 158: Osaka Ribbon II Osaka, Japan 1 72 0[27] [25]
10 385Myankie's
(Jun Kasai and Miyako Matsumoto)
May 3, 2010 Ice Ribbon 180: Golden Ribbon Tokyo, Japan 1 96 1[28] This was a three-way hardcore match, also involving Gentaro and Keita Yano. [27]
11 Chii Tomiya and Isami Kodaka August 7, 2010 Ice Ribbon 207: Itabashi Tournament Tokyo, Japan 1 47 0[29] [28]
12 Gentaro and Mai Ichii September 23, 2010 Knights of Ice Ribbon Tokyo, Japan 1 2 0[30] [29]
13 Emi Sakura (2) and Nanae Takahashi (3) September 25, 2010 Ice Ribbon 221 Tokyo, Japan 1 77 6[31] [30]
Vacated December 11, 2010 Ice Ribbon 244 Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated, after Emi Sakura and Nanae Takahashi wrestled Hikaru Shida and Yoshiko Tamura to a twenty-minute time limit draw. [31]
14 Muscle Venus
(Hikaru Shida and Tsukasa Fujimoto)
December 23, 2010 Ice Ribbon 248 Tokyo, Japan 1 93 3[32] Shida and Fujimoto defeated Emi Sakura and Nanae Takahashi in the finals of a four-team tournament to win the vacant championship. [33]
15 Emi Sakura (3) and Ray March 26, 2011 Ice Ribbon 276 Tokyo, Japan 1 67 4[34] [32]
16 Lovely Butchers
(Hamuko Hoshi (2) and Mochi Miyagi)
June 1, 2011 Ice Ribbon 272: 19 O'Clock Girls ProWrestling 1st Anniversary Show Tokyo, Japan 1 10 1[35] [34]
17 Chon Shiryu and Makoto Oishi June 11, 2011 Ice Ribbon 298 Tokyo, Japan 1 56 0[36] [35]
18 Lovely Butchers
(Hamuko Hoshi (3) and Mochi Miyagi (2))
August 6, 2011 Ice Ribbon 312 Saitama, Japan 2 7 0[37] [36]
19 Emi Sakura (4) and Makoto (2) August 13, 2011 Ice Ribbon 314 Saitama, Japan 1 11 1[38] [37]
Vacated August 24, 2011 The championship was vacated, after Makoto left Ice Ribbon for Smash. [39]
20 Jumonji Sisters
(DASH Chisako and Sendai Sachiko)
September 24, 2011 Ice Ribbon 326: Yokohama Ribbon Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 1 21 0[40] Chisako and Sachiko defeated Manami Toyota and Tsukushi in the finals of an eight team tournament to win the vacant title. [41]
Vacated October 15, 2011 Ice Ribbon 331 Saitama, Japan The championship was vacated, after Chisako and Sachiko wrestled Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi to a twenty-minute time limit draw. [40]
21 Emi Sakura (5) and Tsukushi December 25, 2011 RibbonMania Tokyo, Japan 1 3 0[42] Sakura and Tsukushi defeated Meiko Satomura and Sendai Sachiko to win the vacant championship. [10]
22 Hikaru Shida (2) and Maki Narumiya December 28, 2011 Ice Ribbon 356 Saitama, Japan 1 39 2[11] [42]
23 Dropkickers
(Tsukasa Fujimoto (2) and Tsukushi (2))
February 5, 2012 Yokohama Ribbon Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 1 90 1[43] [11]
24 Happy Makers
(Aoi Kizuki and Sayaka Obihiro)
May 5, 2012 Golden Ribbon Tokyo, Japan 1 43 0[12] [43]
25 Dropkickers
(Tsukasa Fujimoto (3) and Tsukushi (3))
June 17, 2012 6th Anniversary: Rising an Ice Army Tokyo, Japan 2 28 0[44] [12]
26 Miyako Matsumoto (2) and Neko Nitta July 15, 2012 Sapporo Ribbon Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 1 35 0[7] [44]
27 Kurumi and Tsukushi (4) August 19, 2012 Muscle Venus 4th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 1 98 2[45] [7]
28 Muscle Venus
(Hikaru Shida (3) and Tsukasa Fujimoto (4))
November 25, 2012 Nagayo Ribbon Nagoya, Aichi, Japan 2 3 0[46] This was a title vs. title match in which Muscle Venus also defended the REINA X World Tag Team Championship. [45]
29 Hailey Hatred and Hamuko Hoshi (4) November 28, 2012 Ice Ribbon 431 Saitama, Japan 1 21 0[47] Muscle Venus (Hikaru Shida and Tsukasa Fujimoto) also defended their REINA X World Tag Team Championship in this match. [46]
30 Kyoko Kimura and Sayaka Obihiro (2) December 19, 2012 Ice Ribbon 434 Saitama, Japan 1 12 0[13] Hailey Hatred and Hamuko Hoshi also defended their REINA X World Tag Team Championship in this match. [47]
31 Seishun Midori
(Aoi Kizuki (2) and Tsukushi (5))
December 31, 2012 RibbonMania Tokyo, Japan 1 144 1[48] Kyoko Kimura and Sayaka Obihiro also defended their REINA X World Tag Team Championship in this match. [47]
32 Muscle Venus
(Hikaru Shida (4) and Tsukasa Fujimoto (5))
May 24, 2013 Yokohama Ribbon Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 3 304 8[49] Seishun Midori (Aoi Kizuki and Tsukushi) also defended their REINA X World Tag Team Championship in this match. [48]
Vacated March 24, 2014 The championship was vacated due to Hikaru Shida resigning from Ice Ribbon. [50]
33 Stap
(Maki Narumiya (2) and Risa Sera)
March 30, 2014 Tokyo Ribbon Tokyo, Japan 1 356 8[14] Stap defeated Kurumi and Tsukushi to win the vacant championship. [50]
34 Shishunki
(Mio Shirai and Tsukushi (6))
March 21, 2015 Ice Ribbon March Tokyo, Japan 1 150 2[51] [14]
35 Nekoka Tag
(Leon and Neko Nitta (2))
August 18, 2015 Ice in Wonderland Tokyo, Japan 1 36 0[52] [51]
36 Orange Happies
(Aoi Kizuki (3) and Kayoko Haruyama)
September 23, 2015 Ice Ribbon 680 Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 1 24 0[53] [52]
37 Best Friends
(Arisa Nakajima and Tsukasa Fujimoto (6))
October 17, 2015 October Ice Ribbon Fest Tokyo, Japan 1 338 4[8] [53]
38 This is Ice Ribbon
(Hiiragi Kurumi (2) and Tsukushi (7))
September 19, 2016 Yokohama Ribbon ~Autumn~ Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 2 20 0[54] [8]
39 Avid Rival
(Misaki Ohata and Ryo Mizunami)
October 9, 2016 Ice Ribbon 760 Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 1 168 3[9] [54]
40 This is Ice Ribbon
(Hiiragi Kurumi (3) and Tsukushi (8))
March 26, 2017 Ice Ribbon March Tokyo, Japan 3 63 2[55] [9]
Vacated May 28, 2017 Ryōgoku KFC Hall Tournament Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated, after This is Ice Ribbon (Hiiragi Kurumi and Tsukushi) wrestled Lovely Butchers (Hamuko Hoshi and Mochi Miyagi) to a twenty-minute time limit draw. [55]
41 This is Ice Ribbon
(Hiiragi Kurumi (4) and Tsukushi (9))
June 11, 2017 Sapporo Ribbon Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 4 90 0 This is Ice Ribbon defeated Hamuko Hoshi and Ibuki Hoshi to win the vacant championship. [6]
Vacated September 9, 2017 Ice Ribbon 836 Saitama, Japan The championship was vacated due to Tsukushi's inactivity following her July 2017 arrest. [56]
42 Azure Revolution
(Maya Yukihi and Risa Sera (2))
October 29, 2017 October Ice Ribbon Fest Tokyo, Japan 1 245 7[57] Azure Revolution defeated Hamuko Hoshi and Mochi Miyagi in the finals of an eight-team tournament to win the vacant title. [58]
43 Lovely Butchers
(Hamuko Hoshi (5) and Mochi Miyagi (3))
July 1, 2018 Sapporo Ribbon Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 1 183 4[35] [34]
44 Gekokujo Tag
(Kyuuri and Maika Ozaki)
December 31, 2018 RibbonMania Tokyo, Japan 1 76 2[35] [34]
45 Azure Revolution
(Maya Yukihi and Risa Sera (3))
March 17, 2019 Chiba Ribbon (Evening Show) Chiba, Japan 2 120 2
46 Giulia and Tequila Saya July 15, 2019 Yokohama Ribbon Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 1 70 2
47 Azure Revolution
(Maya Yukihi and Risa Sera (4))
September 23, 2019 Yokohama Ribbon Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan 3 41 0
48 Dropkickers
Tsukasa Fujimoto (7) and Tsukushi (10)
November 3, 2019 Osaka Ribbon Osaka, Japan 3 116+ 4 [5]

Combined reignsEdit

 
Tsukasa Fujimoto, current seven-time champion, with the International Ribbon Tag Team Championship belt wrapped across her chest

As of February 27, 2020

Indicates the current champions

By teamEdit

Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Azure Revolution
(Maya Yukihi and Risa Sera)
3 9 406
2 Muscle Venus
(Hikaru Shida and Tsukasa Fujimoto)
3 11 400
3 Stap
(Maki Narumiya and Risa Sera)
3 8 356
4 Best Friends
(Arisa Nakajima and Tsukasa Fujimoto)
1 4 338
5 NEO Machineguns
(Tanny Mouse and Yuki Miyazaki)
1 2 303
6 This is Ice Ribbon
(Kurumi/Hiiragi Kurumi and Tsukushi)
4 4 271
7 Dropkickers
(Tsukasa Fujimoto and Tsukushi)
3 4 234+
8 Etsuko Mita and Makoto 1 2 179
9 Avid Rival
(Misaki Ohata and Ryo Mizunami)
1 3 168
10 Nanamino
(Minori Makiba and Nanae Takahashi)
1 0 162
Riho and Yuki Sato 1 1 162
12 Shishunki
(Mio Shirai and Tsukushi)
1 2 150
13 Seishun Midori
(Aoi Kizuki and Tsukushi)
1 1 144
14 385Myankie's
(Jun Kasai and Miyako Matsumoto)
1 1 96
15 Masa Takanashi Ryu Chounko 1 0 87
16 YoneSakura
(Emi Sakura and Kaori Yoneyama)
1 2 83
17 Gekokujo Tag
(Kyuuri and Maika Ozaki)
1 2 78
18 Emi Sakura and Nanae Takahashi 1 6 77
19 Passion Red
(Kazumi Shimouna and Nanae Takahashi)
1 0 72
20 Giulia and Tequila Saya 1 2 70
21 Emi Sakura and Ray 1 4 67
22 Chon Shiryu and Makoto Oishi 1 0 56
23 Chii Tomiya and Isami Kodaka 1 0 47
Meat Monsters
(Hamuko Hoshi and Hiroyo Matsumoto)
1 1 47
25 Happy Makers
(Aoi Kizuki and Sayaka Obihiro)
1 0 43
26 Hikaru Shida and Maki Narumiya 1 2 39
27 Nekoka Tag
(Leon and Neko Nitta)
1 0 36
28 Miyako Matsumoto and Neko Nitta 1 0 35
29 Orange Happies
(Aoi Kizuki and Kayoko Haruyama)
1 0 24
30 Jumonji Sisters
(DASH Chisako and Sendai Sachiko)
1 0 21
Hailey Hatred and Hamuko Hoshi 1 0 21
32 Azumi Hyuga and Ran YuYu 1 0 18
33 Lovely Butchers
(Hamuko Hoshi and Mochi Miyagi)
2 1 17
34 Kyoko Kimura and Sayaka Obihiro 1 0 12
35 Emi Sakura and Makoto 1 1 11
36 Emi Sakura and Tsukushi 1 0 3
37 Gentaro and Mai Ichii 1 0 2

By wrestlerEdit

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Tsukasa Fujimoto 7 19 972+
2 Tsukushi 10 11 802+
3 Risa Sera 4 17 762
4 Hikaru Shida 4 13 439
5 Maya Yukihi 3 9 406
6 Maki Narumiya 2 10 395
7 Arisa Nakajima 1 4 338
8 Nanae Takahashi 3 6 311
9 Tanny Mouse 1 2 303
Yuki Miyazaki 1 2 303
11 Hiiragi Kurumi/Kurumi 4 4 271
12 Hamuko Hoshi 5 6 268
13 Emi Sakura 5 13 241
14 Aoi Kizuki 3 1 211
15 Mochi Miyagi 3 5 200
16 Makoto 2 3 190
17 Etsuko Mita 1 2 179
18 Misaki Ohata 1 3 168
Ryo Mizunami 1 3 168
20 Minori Makiba 1 0 162
Riho 1 1 162
Yuki Sato 1 1 162
23 Mio Shirai 1 2 150
24 Miyako Matsumoto 2 1 131
25 Jun Kasai 1 1 96
26 Masa Takanashi 1 0 87
27 Kaori Yoneyama 1 2 83
28 Kyuuri 1 2 78
Maika Ozaki 1 2 78
30 Kazumi Shimouma 1 0 72
31 Neko Nitta 2 0 71
32 Giulia 1 2 70
Tequila Saya 1 2 70
34 Ray 1 4 67
35 Chon Shiryu 1 0 56
Makoto Oishi 1 0 45
37 Sayaka Obihiro 2 0 55
38 Chii Tomiya 1 0 47
Hiroyo Matsumoto 1 1 47
Isami Kodaka 1 0 47
41 Leon 1 0 36
42 Kayoko Haruyama 1 0 24
43 DASH Chisako 1 0 21
Hailey Hatred 1 0 21
Sendai Sachiko 1 0 21
46 Azumi Hyuga 1 0 18
Ran YuYu 1 0 18
48 Kyoko Kimura 1 0 12
49 Gentaro 1 0 2
Mai Ichii 1 0 2

See alsoEdit

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