Strongest-K Championship

The Strongest-K Championship is the top singles title in Kaientai Dojo. It has existed since 2004. The holder of the title is referred to as the "Champion of Strongest-K".

Strongest-K Championship
Details
PromotionKaientai Dojo
Date establishedJuly 3, 2004
Current champion(s)Taishi Takizawa
Date wonOctober 15, 2017

Title historyEdit

ReignsEdit

As of February 22, 2020.

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Wrestler Reign Date Days held Location Notes Ref.
1 Hi69 1 July 3, 2004 70 Aqua City, Odaiba Hi69 defeated Kengo Mashimo in the finals of a 16-man tournament to become the first champion.
2 Kaz Hayashi 1 September 11, 2004 121 Tokyo, Japan
3 Taka Michinoku 1 January 10, 2005 361 Tokyo, Japan This match was also contested for the World Junior Heavyweight Championship.
4 Joe 1 January 6, 2006 276 Tokyo, Japan
5 Kengo Mashimo 1 October 9, 2006 552 Tokyo, Japan
6 Yuji Hino 1 April 13, 2008 118 Tokyo, Japan
7 Kengo Mashimo 2 August 9, 2008 246 Chiba, Japan
8 Taka Michinoku 2 April 12, 2009 188 Chiba, Japan
9 Kazma 1 October 18, 2009 301 Chiba, Japan
10 Yuji Hino 2 August 15, 2010 307 Chiba, Japan
11 Kengo Mashimo 3 June 18, 2011 431 Tokyo, Japan
12 Daisuke Sekimoto 1 August 22, 2012 83 Tokyo, Japan
13 Yuji Hino 3 November 13, 2012 152 Tokyo, Japan
14 Taishi Takizawa 1 April 14, 2013 79 Tokyo, Japan
/ Vacated N/A July 2, 2013 Chiba, Japan The title was vacated after Takizawa was arrested for voyeurism.
15 Kengo Mashimo 4 September 1, 2013 224 Chiba, Japan Defeated Ryuichi Sekine in the finals of a tournament to win the vacant title.
16 Saburo Inematsu 1 April 13, 2014 70 Tokyo, Japan
17 Miyawaki 1 June 22, 2014 63 Osaka, Japan Won by referee stoppage after Inematsu dislocated his left shoulder. Initially, refused the title, but was officially recognized as the champion on June 25.
18 Kengo Mashimo 5 August 24, 2014 231 Chiba, Japan
19 Yuji Hino 4 April 12, 2015 147 Tokyo, Japan
20 Tank Nagai 1 September 6, 2015 329 Chiba, Japan
21 Kaji Tomato 1 July 31, 2016 20 Chiba, Japan
22 Kengo Mashimo 6 August 20, 2016 281 Chiba, Japan
23 Isami Kodaka 1 May 28, 2017 113 Tokyo, Japan
24 Tank Nagai 2 September 18, 2017 27 Tokyo, Japan
25 Taishi Takizawa 2 October 15, 2017 455 Tokyo, Japan
26 Shu Asakawa 1 January 13, 2019 405
27 Ayato Yoshida 1 April 13, 2019 315+ Tokyo, Japan [1]

List of combined reignsEdit

February 22, 2020.

Rank Wrestler # of reigns Combined days
1 Kengo Mashimo 6 1,965
2 Yuji Hino 4 724
3 Taka Michinoku 2 549
4 Taishi Takizawa 2 534
5 Tank Nagai 2 356
6 Kazma 1 301
7 Joe 1 276
8 Kaz Hayashi 1 121
9 Isami Kodaka 1 113
10 Daisuke Sekimoto 1 83
11 Hi69 1 70
12 Saburo Inematsu 1 70
13 Miyawaki 1 63
14 Kaji Tomato 1 20
15 Shu Asakawa 1 405+

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "KAIENTAI DOJO 17周年記念大会 GRAND SLAM in 後楽園ホール | KAIENTAI DOJO". www.k-dojo.co.jp. Retrieved 2019-04-14.