Saikyo Tag League

Saikyo Tag League (サイキョータグリーグ, Saikyōtagurīgu, (English: Maximum Tag League) is a professional wrestling round-robin hardcore tag team tournament annually held by Big Japan Pro Wrestling (BJW), considered a spin-off of New Japan Pro-Wrestling's World Tag League and All Japan Pro Wrestling's World's Strongest Tag Determination League. The tournament was established in 1999 as Maximum Tag League and then renamed as Big Japan Tag League in 2011 before returning to its old name Maximum Tag League in 2014.[1][2] A new format was introduced in 2014 in which the teams were divided into two blocks, "Strong Style Block" and "Deathmatch Block". The strong style block consists of normal tag team matches and deathmatch block consists of matches contested under deathmatch rules.[3]

Saikyo Tag League
Nickname(s)Maximum Tag League (1999–2009)
Big Japan Tag League (2011–2013)
Big Japan Maximum Tag League (2013–present)
Promotion(s)Big Japan Pro Wrestling
First event1999

The Saikyo Tag League is held under a points system, with 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. Top four teams advance to the semifinals in the knockout format and then the winning teams compete in the finals.

List of winnersEdit

Tournament Year Winners
(total won as an individual)
Total won
as a team
Reference
Maximum Tag League 1999 Tomoaki Honma and Ryuji Yamakawa 1 [1]
Maximum Tag League 2000 2 [4]
Maximum Tag League 2001 Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto 1 [5]
Maximum Tag League 2002 Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto 2 [6]
Maximum Tag League 2003 Daikokubo Benkei and Abdullah Kobayashi 1 [7]
Maximum Tag League 2009 Masashi Takeda and Isami Kodaka 1 [8]
Big Japan Tag League 2011 Daisuke Sekimoto (3) and Yuji Okabayashi 1 [2]
Big Japan Tag League 2012 Isami Kodaka (2) and Yuko Miyamoto 1 [9]
Big Japan Tag League 2013 Isami Kodaka (3) and Yuko Miyamoto (2) 2 [10]
Big Japan Maximum Tag League 2014 Isami Kodaka (4) and Yuko Miyamoto (3) 3 [3]
Big Japan Maximum Tag League 2015 Daisuke Sekimoto (4) and Yuji Okabayashi (2) 2 [11]
Big Japan Maximum Tag League 2016 Daisuke Sekimoto (5) and Yuji Okabayashi (3) 3 [12]
Big Japan Maximum Tag League 2017 Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 1 [13]

Tournament historyEdit

1999Edit

The 1999 Maximum Tag League was the first edition of the tournament which featured four teams in one block. The tournament was held between October 27 and November 8, 1999.[1]

Final standings
Tomoaki Honma and Ryuji Yamakawa 6
Shadow WX and The Winger 4
KAMIKAZE and Shunme Matsuzaki 2
Mike Samples and Jun Kasai 0

2000Edit

The 2000 Maximum Tag League featured a new format as it had eight teams divided into two blocks with four teams in each block. The tournament was held between September 17 and October 30, 2000.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Abdullah the Butcher and Shadow WX 6 Tomoaki Honma and Ryuji Yamakawa 6
Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto 4 Zandig and Jun Kasai 4
Daikokubo Benkei and Shunme Matsuzaki 2 Wifebeater and Justice Pain 2
Kamikaze and Abdullah Kobayashi 0 Mad Man Pondo and Mitch Page 0
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Abdullah the Butcher and Shadow WX Pin
B2 Zandig and Jun Kasai 7:49
B2 Zandig and Jun Kasai Pin
B1 Tomoaki Honma and Ryuji Yamakawa 8:54
B1 Tomoaki Honma and Ryuji Yamakawa Pin
A2 Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto 16:55

2001Edit

The 2001 Maximum Tag League consisted of one block with five teams and was held between September 11 and September 23, 2001.

Final standings
Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto 6
Kamikaze and Hideki Hosaka 5
Abdullah Kobayashi and Daikokubo Benkei 5
Masato Tanaka and Shunme Matsuzaki 4
Fantastik and Ryuji Ito 0

2002Edit

The 2002 Maximum Tag League consisted of total ten teams and two blocks with five teams in each block. The tournament was held between October 8 and October 31, 2002.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto 8 ODD and Homicide 6
Shadow WX and Winger 6 Ryuji Ito and Daisaku Shimoda 5
Ryuji Yamakawa and Great Kojika 4 Abdullah Kobayashi and Daikokubo Benkei 5
Kintaro Kanemura and Gosaku 2 Mafia and Monster Mack
(Da Hit Squad)
4
Mad Man Pondo and 2 Tuff Tony 0 Bancho Matsuzaki and Jaki Numazawa 0
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto Pin
B2 Ryuji Ito and Daisaku Shimoda 14:41
A1 Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto Pin
B1 ODD and Homicide 13:57
A2 Shadow WX and Winger Pin
B1 ODD and Homicide 13:10

2003Edit

The 2003 Maximum Tag League consisted of one block with five teams and was held between October 8 and November 8, 2003.

Final standings
Daikokubo Benkei and Abdullah Kobayashi 6
Daisuke Sekimoto and 2 Tuff Tony 6
Men's Teioh and Mr. Big Japan 4
Shadow WX and Mad Man Pondo 2
Katsumasa Inoue and Hiroyuki Kondo 2
 
Semi-final
 
  
 
 
 
 
Men's Teioh and Mr. Big JapanPin
 
 
Daisuke Sekimoto and 2 Tuff Tony18:28
 
 
 
 
 
Final
 
 
 
 
 
Men's Teioh and Mr. Big JapanPin
 
 
Daikokubo Benkei and Abdullah Kobayashi17:02
 

2009Edit

The 2009 Maximum Tag League was the sixth edition of the tournament which marked the return of the tournament after a six-year hiatus. It was held between February 13 and May 28, 2009.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Mammoth Sasaki/Masato Tanaka and Daisuke Sekimoto 6 Masashi Takeda and Isami Kodaka 6
Ryuji Ito and Shuji Ishikawa 5 Yuko Miyamoto and Takashi Sasaki 6
Shadow WX and The Winger 4 Yoshihito Sasaki and Shinya Ishikawa 4
Abdullah Kobayashi and Masada 4 Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa 2
Atsushi Ohashi and Yuji Okabayashi 0 Katsumasa Inoue and Kankuro Hoshino 2
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Masato Tanaka and Daisuke Sekimoto Pin
B2 Yuko Miyamoto and Takashi Sasaki 22:24
B2 Yuko Miyamoto and Takashi Sasaki Pin
B1 Masashi Takeda and Isami Kodaka 5:35
A2 Ryuji Ito and Shuji Ishikawa Pin
B1 Masashi Takeda and Isami Kodaka 17:10
  • Masato Tanaka was a replacement for the injured Mammoth Sasaki.

2011Edit

The 2011 Big Japan Tag League was held between September 19 and November 22, 2011.

Final standings
Block A Block B
Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa 8 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei
(The Brahman Brothers)
8
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 7 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 8
Abdullah Kobayashi and Masashi Takeda 6 Ryuji Ito and Masada 6
Tommy End and Michael Dante 6 Yoshihito Sasaki and Shinobu 6
Shadow WX and Kankuro Hoshino 2 Devon Moore and Rory Mondo 2
Shinya Ishikawa and Ryuichi Kawakami 1 Takashi Sasaki and Masato Inaba 0
Semifinals Finals
      
B1 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei Pin
A2 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 13:27
A2 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi Pin
A1 Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa 17:48
A1 Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa Pin
B2 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 14:13

2012Edit

The 2012 Big Japan Tag League was held between September 25 and November 24, 2012.[14][15]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Osamu Nishimura and Shinya Ishikawa 10 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 8
Yuji Okabayashi and Shinobu 6 Ryuji Ito and Takumi Tsukamoto 6
Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Senga
(Speed of Sounds)
4 Takashi Sasaki and Jaki Numazawa 4
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yoshihito Sasaki 4 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei
(The Brahman Brothers)
4
Daichi and Kazuki Hashimoto 4 Shadow WX and Shuji Ishikawa 4
Jun Ogawauchi and Amigo Suzuki 2 Abdullah Kobayashi and Drake Younger 4
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Osamu Nishimura and Shinya Ishikawa Sub
A2 Yuji Okabayashi and Shinobu 15:29
A2 Yuji Okabayashi and Shinobu Pin
B1 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 20:38
B1 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka Pin
B2 Ryuji Ito and Takumi Tsukamoto 14:51

2013Edit

The 2013 Saikyo Tag League was held between September 25 and November 22, 2013.[16][17]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 10 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 8
Masashi Takeda and Takumi Tsukamoto 8 Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Senga
(Speed of Sounds)
6
Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa 6 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei
(The Brahman Brothers)
6
Kazuki Hashimoto and Yusaku Obata 4 Jake and Dave Christ
(The Irish Airborne)
4
Ryuichi Kawakami and Axeman 2 Shinya Ishikawa and Madoka 4
Kankuro Hoshino and Masato Inaba 0 Ryuji Ito and Yoshihito Sasaki 2
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi Pin
B2 Speed of Sounds 13:37
B2 Speed of Sounds Pin
B1 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 15:22
B1 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka Pin
A2 Masashi Takeda and Takumi Tsukamoto 18:29

2014Edit

The 2014 Big Japan Maximum Tag League featured twelve teams and two blocks with six tag teams in each block. The tournament featured a new format in which one block was named "Strong Style Block" which consisted of matches contested under strong style format and the other block was named "Deathmatch Block" in which matches were contested under deathmatch format. The tournament was held between September 20 and November 21, 2014.[18][19]

Final standings
Strong Style Block Deathmatch Block
Koji Kanemoto and Kazuki Hashimoto 8 Ryuji Ito and Abdullah Kobayashi 8
Daisuke Sekimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 8 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 8
Manabu Soya and Ryuichi Kawakami 6 Kankuro Hoshino and Masato Inaba 6
Shuji Ishikawa and Kohei Sato 6 Saburo Inematsu and Ryuichi Sekine 4
Shiori Asahi and Shinobu 2 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei
(The Brahman Brothers)
4
Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Senga
(Speed of Sounds)
0 Masashi Takeda and Jaki Numazawa 0
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Koji Kanemoto and Kazuki Hashimoto Pin
B2 Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto 16:10
B2 Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto Pin
B1 Ryuji Ito and Abdullah Kobayashi 18:44
B1 Ryuji Ito and Abdullah Kobayashi Pin
A2 Daisuke Sekimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 13:08

2015Edit

The 2015 Big Japan Maximum Tag League featured twelve teams and two blocks with six tag teams in each block. The tournament was held between September 21 and October 29, 2015.[20][21]

Final standings
Strong Style Block Deathmatch Block
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 8 Ryuji Ito and Ryuichi Sekine 8
Shuji Ishikawa and Kohei Sato 8 Kankuro Hoshino and Masato Inaba 6
Ryota Hama and Hideyoshi Kamitani 6 Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto 6
Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Senga
(Speed of Sounds)
4 Abdullah Kobayashi and Takayuki Ueki 6
Hideki Suzuki and Yoshihisa Uto 2 Jaki Numazawa and Takumi Tsukamoto 2
Daichi Hashimoto and Kazuki Hashimoto 2 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei
(The Brahman Brothers)
2
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi Pin
B2 Kankuro Hoshino and Masato Inaba 17:32
A1 Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi Pin
A2 Shuji Ishikawa and Kohei Sato 18:30
B1 Ryuji Ito and Ryuichi Sekine Pin
A2 Shuji Ishikawa and Kohei Sato 17:00

2016Edit

The 2016 Big Japan Maximum Tag League featured a unique format as it featured four blocks with each block consisting of four tag teams. Two blocks were Strong Style blocks and two were Deathmatch blocks in the tournament. The tournament was held between September 4 and October 31, 2016.[22][23]

Final standings
Strong Style Block A Strong Style Block B Deathmatch Block A Deathmatch Block B
Kohei Sato and Shuji Ishikawa 6 Akebono and Ryota Hama 6 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 4 Ryuji Ito and Toshiyuki Sakuda 4
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 4 Hideyoshi Kamitani and Daichi Hashimoto 4 Masashi Takeda and Takumi Tsukamoto 4 Abdullah Kobayashi and Jaki Numazawa 4
Tsutomu Oosugi and Hercules Senga
(Speed of Sounds)
2 Ryuichi Kawakami and Yasufumi Nakanoue 2 Kankuro Hoshino and Masato Inaba 2 Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei
(The Brahman Brothers)
2
Hideki Suzuki and Takuya Nomura 0 Yoshihisa Uto and Kazumi Kikuta 0 Takayuki Ueki and Masaya Takahashi 2 Saburo Inematsu and Ryuichi Sekine 2
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka Pin
Ryuji Ito and Toshiyuki Sakuda 12:40
Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka Pin
Takayuki Ueki and Masaya Takahashi 9:51
Abdullah Kobayashi and Jaki Numazawa Pin
Takayuki Ueki and Masaya Takahashi 13:44
Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka Pin
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 18:28
Kohei Sato and Shuji Ishikawa Pin
Hideyoshi Kamitani and Daichi Hashimoto 15:10
Kohei Sato and Shuji Ishikawa Pin
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 13:46
Akebono and Ryota Hama Pin
Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 12:14

2017Edit

The 2017 Big Japan Maximum Tag League featured twelve teams and two blocks with six tag teams in each block. The tournament was held between September 6 and October 15, 2017.[24][25]

Final standings
Strong Style Block Deathmatch Block
Daisuke Sekimoto and Kohei Sato 7 Abdullah Kobayashi and Ryuji Ito 8
Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 6 Masaya Takahashi and Takayuki Ueki 6
Shingo Takagi and Yuji Okabayashi 5 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 6
Ryuichi Kawakami and Yoshihisa Uto 4 Jaki Numazawa and Kenji Fukimoto 4
Ryota Hama and Yasufumi Nakanoue 4 Masashi Takeda and Takumi Tsukamoto 4
Hideki Suzuki and Shogun Okamoto 4 Minoru Fujita and Kankuro Hoshino 2
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Daisuke Sekimoto and Kohei Sato Pin
A2 Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 13:10
A2 Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani Pin
B1 Abdullah Kobayashi and Ryuji Ito 16:06
B1 Abdullah Kobayashi and Ryuji Ito Sub
B2 Masaya Takahashi and Takayuki Ueki 11:45

2018Edit

The 2018 Saikyo Tag League is the current ongoing tournament featuring total fourteen teams with seven teams in each block. The tournament will be held between August 12 and October 25, 2018.[26]

Final standings
Strong Style Block Deathmatch Block
Ryota Hama and Yasufumi Nakanoue 10 Ryuji Ito and Ryuichi Sekine 10
Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 8 Abdullah Kobayashi and Yoshihisa Uto 8
Ryuichi Kawakami and Kazumi Kikuta 6 Masaya Takahashi and Kyu Mogami 6
Tasuhiko Yoshina and Kota Sekifuda 6 Masashi Takeda and Takumi Tsukamoto 6
Hideki Suzuki and Daisuke Sekimoto 6 Takayuki Ueki and Toshiyuki Sakuda 4
Takuya Nomura and Fuminori Abe 4 Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka 4
Kazuki Hashimoto and Yuya Aoki 2 Minoru Fujita and Kankuro Hoshino 4
Strong Style Block Suzuki
Sekimoto
Hashimoto
Kamitani
K. Hashimoto
Aoki
Kawakami
Kikuta
Hama
Nakanoue
Nomura
Abe
Yoshina
Sekifuda
Suzuki
Sekimoto
Suzuki
Sekimoto
(13:10)
Suzuki
Sekimoto
(11:53)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(12:12)
Hama
Nakanoue
(10:26)
Suzuki
Sekimoto
(09:49)
Yoshina
Sekifuda
(11:38)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
Suzuki
Sekimoto
(13:10)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(11:01)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(15:10)
Hama
Nakanoue
(13:16)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(15:47)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(13:05)
K. Hashimoto
Aoki
Suzuki
Sekimoto
(11:53)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(11:01)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(11:16)
Hama
Nakanouse
(12:33)
K. Hashimoto
Aoki
(11:37)
K. Hashimoto
Aoki
(10:01)
Kawakami
Kikuta
Kawakami
Kikuta
(12:12)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(15:10)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(11:16)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(11:16)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(10:11)
Yoshino
Sekifuda
(12:33)
Hama
Nakanoue
Hama
Nakanoue
(10:26)
Hama
Nakanoue
(13:16)
Hama
Nakanouse
(12:33)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(11:16)
Nomura
Abe
(10:58)
Hama
Nakanoue
(11:29)
Nomura
Abe
Suzuki
Sekimoto
(09:49)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(15:47)
K. Hashimoto
Aoki
(11:37)
Kawakami
Kikuta
(10:11)
Nomura
Abe
(10:58)
Yoshino
Sekifuda
(10:36)
Yoshina
Sekifuda
Yoshina
Sekifuda
(11:38)
Hashimoto
Kamitani
(13:05)
K. Hashimoto
Aoki
(10:01)
Yoshino
Sekifuda
(12:33)
Hama
Nakanoue
(11:29)
Yoshino
Sekifuda
(10:36)
Deathmatch Block Kobayashi
Uto
Takahashi
Mogami
Miyamoto
Kodaka
Ito
Sekine
Takeda
Tsukamoto
Fujita
Hoshino
Ueki
Sakuda
Kobayashi
Uto
Kobayashi
Uto
(13:30)
Kobayashi
Uto
(11:37)
Ito
Sekine
(12:14)
Takeda
Tsukamoto
(13:02)
Kobayashi
Uto
(17:42)
Kobayashi
Uto
(15:24)
Takahashi
Mogami
Kobayashi
Uto
(13:30)
Takahashi
Mogami
(09:27)
Ito
Sekine
(14:38)
Takahashi
Mogami
(13:38)
Fujita
Hoshino
(15:35)
Takahashi
Mogami
(12:47)
Miyamoto
Kodaka
Kobayashi
Uto
(11:37)
Takahashi
Mogami
(09:27)
Ito
Sekine
(forfeit)
Takeda
Tsukamoto
(forfeit)
Miyamoto
Kodaka
(15:27)
Miyamoto
Kodaka
(12:07)
Ito
Sekine
Ito
Sekine
(12:14)
Ito
Sekine
(14:38)
Ito
Sekine
(forfeit)
Ito
Sekine
(18:19)
Ito
Sekine
(12:36)
Ueki
Sakuda
(15:53)
Takeda
Tsukamoto
Takeda
Tsukamoto
(13:02)
Takahashi
Mogami
(13:38)
Takeda
Tsukamoto
(forfeit)
Ito
Sekine
(18:19)
Fujita
Hoshino
(12:33)
Takeda
Tsukamoto
(14:04)
Fujita
Hoshino
Kobayashi
Uto
(17:42)
Fujita
Hoshino
(15:35)
Miyamoto
Kodaka
(15:27)
Ito
Sekine
(12:36)
Fujita
Hoshino
(12:33
Ueki
Sakuda
(12:28)
Ueki
Sakuda
Kobayashi
Uto
(15:24)
Takahashi
Mogami
(12:47)
Miyamoto
Kodaka
(12:07)
Ueki
Sakuda
(15:53)
Takeda
Tsukamoto
(14:04)
Ueki
Sakuda
(12:28)
Semifinals Finals
      
A1 Ryota Hama and Yasufumi Nakanoue Pin
B2 Abdullah Kobayashi and Yoshihisa Uto 11:39
A1 Ryota Hama and Yasufumi Nakanoue Pin
A2 Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 14:08
B1 Ryuji Ito and Ryuichi Sekine Pin
A2 Daichi Hashimoto and Hideyoshi Kamitani 14:08

See alsoEdit

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