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The UWA World Trios Championship is a tag team professional wrestling championship created by the Mexican Universal Wrestling Association and defended there until the UWA closed in 1995.[1] After the UWA's closing, the title was inactive for many years before being recycled as trios belts for the Toryumon Japan promotion. The titles fell back into disrepair due to Último Dragón leaving Toryumon and taking the name with him, causing the then-Toryumon workers to create Dragon Gate, where they created new belts for the new company. After leaving Toryumon Japan, the titles ended up in the hands of its descendant promotion El Dorado and the Mexico based Toryumon Gym. Neither group promoted shows on a regular basis, which produced two unsuccessful attempts to relaunch the championship. In 2007, El Dorado revived the title again. In 2008 El Dorado Wrestling folded and the title moved to DDT Pro-Wrestling, where it was active until 2012, the final champions were Harashima, Toru Owashi and Yukihiro Abe. On August 30, 2015, it was announced that the title would be revived by the Wrestle-1 promotion on October 9.[2]

UWA World Trios Championship
Details
PromotionUniversal Wrestling Association (1984–1995)
Toryumon Japan (2001–2004)
El Dorado Wrestling (2004–2008)
DDT Pro-Wrestling (2009–2012)
Wrestle-1 (2015–present)
Date established1984
Current champion(s)Tokyo Gurentai (Fujita, Mazada and NOSAWA Rongai)
Date wonMarch 14, 2018

Contents

Title historyEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 1  Los Fantásticos
(Black Man, Kung Fu and Kato Kung Lee)
 March 18, 1984  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  1  [Note 1] Defeated Los Cadetos del Espacio (El Solar, Super Astro and Ultraman) to become the first champions.
Championship history is unrecorded from 1984 to 1984.
 2  Los Misioneros de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro, El Signo and El Texano)
 1984  Live event N/A  1  [Note 1]
Championship history is unrecorded from 1984 to 1985.
 3  Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
 1985  Live event N/A  1  [Note 1] Unclear if they defeated Los Misioneros de la Muerte to win the championship [3]
 4  Los Villanos
(Villano I, Villano IV and Villano V)
 July 21, 1985  Live event N/A  1  [Note 1] [3]
Championship history is unrecorded from July 21, 1985 to April 24, 1987.
 5  Los Misioneros de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro, El Signo and El Texano)
 April 24, 1987  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  2  [Note 1]
Championship history is unrecorded from April 24, 1987 to August 14, 1987.
 6  Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
 August 14, 1987  Live event Panama  2  290 Defeated El Baron, Celestial and El Tauru.
 7  Los Villanos
(Villano I, Villano IV and Villano V)
 May 30, 1988  Live event Puebla, Puebla, Mexico  2  [Note 1]
Championship history is unrecorded from May 30, 1988 to April 23, 1989.
 8  Khaoz, Rambo and Zandokan  April 23, 1989  Live event Mexico City  1  119 Defeated Los Brazos. [4]
 9  Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
 August 20, 1989  Live event N/A  3  210
 10  Khaoz, Rambo and Zandokan  March 18, 1990  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  2  88
 11  Los Villanos
(Villano I, Villano IV and Villano V)
 June 14, 1990  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  3  129
 12  Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
 October 21, 1990  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  4  72
 13  Los Villanos
(Villano I, Villano IV and Villano V)
 January 1, 1991  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  4  96
 14  The Hawaiian Beasts
(Fatu, Great Kokina and The Samoan Savage)
 April 7, 1991  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  1  54
 15  Los Villanos
(Villano I, Villano IV and Villano V)
 May 31, 1991  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  5  275
 16  Los Misioneros de la Muerte
(Black Power II, Negro Navarro (3) and El Signo (3))
 March 1, 1992  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  1  455
 17  El Engendro, Shu El Guerrero and Scorpio Jr.  May 30, 1993  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  1  209
 18  Los Misioneros de la Muerte
(Black Power II, Negro Navarro (4) and El Signo (4))
 December 25, 1993  Live event Nezahualcóyotl, México, Mexico  2  156
 19  El Engendro, Shu El Guerrero and Scorpio Jr.  May 30, 1994  Live event Puebla, Puebla, Mexico  2  7
 20  Los Misioneros de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro (5), Rocky Santana and El Signo (5))
 June 6, 1994  Live event Puebla, Puebla, Mexico  1  118
 21  Shu El Guerrero (3), Scorpio Jr. (3) and Villano V (5)  October 2, 1994  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  1  7
 22  Los Misioneros de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro (6), Rocky Santana and El Signo (6))
 October 9, 1994  Live event Naucalpan, State of Mexico  2  [Note 1]
Deactivated  November 1995 Championship abandoned when UWA closed

Toryumon promotedEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 23  Crazy Max
(Cima, Suwa and Big Fuji)
 May 18, 2001  Live event Mexico City  1  51 Defeated Apolo Dantés, Valentin Mayo and Negro Navarro after the title was revived by Toryumon Japan.
 24  Darkness Dragon, Yasushi Kanda and Susumu Mochizuki  July 8, 2001  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  11
 25  Crazy Max
(Cima, Suwa and Big Fuji)
 July 19, 2001  Live event Kagoshima, Japan  2  26
 26  Dragon Kid, Magnum Tokyo and Ryo Saito  August 14, 2001  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  75 Defeated Crazy MAX and Darkness Dragon, Yasushi Kanda and Masaaki Mochizuki in a three-way match.
 27  Darkness Dragon (2), Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Mochizuki (2)  October 28, 2001  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  72
 28  Crazy MAX
(Cima (3), Big Fuji (3) and TARU)
 January 8, 2002  Live event Tokyo, Japan  3  243
 29  Milano Collection A.T., YOSSINO and "brother" Yasshi  September 8, 2002  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  80
 30  Crazy Max
(Cima (4), Suwa (3) and Big Fuji (4))
 November 27, 2002  Live event Tokyo, Japan  4  170
 31  Genki Horiguchi, Ryo Saito (2) and Susumu Yokosuka (3)  May 16, 2003  Live event Kobe, Japan  1  44
 32  Kenichiro Arai, Dragon Kid (2) and Masaaki Mochizuki (3)  June 29, 2003  Live event Kobe, Japan  1  62
 33  Milano Collection A.T. (2), Condotti Shuji and Yossino (2)  August 30, 2003  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  [Note 2] Defeated Kenichiro Arai, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki, Crazy MAX and Genki Horiguchi, Magnum TOKYO and Toru Yokosuka in a four-way match.
Vacated  September 2003 Championship vacated when the team split up
 34  Toru Owashi, Condotti Shuji (2) and "brother" Yasshi (2)  September 20, 2003  Live event Kyoto, Japan  1  232 Defeated Milano Collection A.T., Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO.
 35  Kenichiro Arai (2), Dragon Kid (3) and Second Doi  May 9, 2004  Live event Shimonoseki, Japan  1  28
Vacated  June 6, 2004 Championship vacated after a match against Milano Collection A.T., Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO ended in a no contest
Deactivated  2004 Último Dragón left Toryumon and took the promotion's name with him; successor promotion Dragon Gate establishes the Open the Triangle Gate Championship as a successor.

El Dorado promotedEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 36  Gedo, Jado and Katsushi Takemura  September 9, 2004  Toryumon X Final Tokyo, Japan  1  [Note 3] Defeated Taiji Ishimori, Shu and Kei Sato
Vacated N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons
 37  Mango Fukuda, Pineapple Hanai and Takeshi Minamino  May 14, 2005  Toryumon Mexico 8th Anniversary Mexico City  1  385 Defeated Solar I, Ultraman and Ultraman Jr.[5]
 38  Maguro Ooma, Shu Sato and Kei Sato  June 3, 2006  Michinoku Pro Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  [Note 3]
Vacated N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons.
 39  Hell Demons
(Takuya Sugawara, Brahman Shu (2) and Brahman Kei (2))
 August 9, 2007  Perfect Treasure Tokyo, Japan  1  142 Defeated KAGETORA, Hercules Oosenga and Toru Owashi. [6]
Vacated  December 29, 2007 Championship vacated after the team split up at I Was Born to Love Treasure. [7]
 40  Nobutaka Araya, Toru Owashi (2) and Takuya Sugawara (2)  February 27, 2008  Game of Treasure Tokyo, Japan  1  209 Defeated HELL DEMONS (Brahman Kei, Brahman Shu and Go). [8]
 41  The Italian Four Horsemen
(Francesco Togo, Piza Michinoku and Antonio Honda)
 December 29, 2008  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  335 Defeated Men's Teioh, Danshoku Dino and Yuhi Sato in a tournament final.

DDT Pro-Wrestling promotedEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 42  Belt Hunter×Hunter
(Danshoku Dino, Hikaru Sato and Masa Takanashi)
 November 29, 2009  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  56 Defeated Antonio Honda, Francesco Togo and Piza Michinoku; DDT assumes control of the championship.
 43  Tokyo Gurentai
(Fujita, Mazada and NOSAWA Rongai)
 January 24, 2010  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  105
 44  Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Takoyakida  May 9, 2010  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  28
 45  Ebessan (III), Kanjyuro Matsuyama and Kuishinbo Kamen  June 6, 2010  Live event Osaka, Japan  1  6
 46  Tokyo Gurentai
(Fujita, Mazada and NOSAWA Rongai)
 June 12, 2010  Live event Osaka, Japan  2  1
 47  Hikaru Sato (2), Keisuke Ishii and Yoshihiko  June 13, 2010  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  42
 48  Great Kojika, Mr. #6 and Riho  July 25, 2010  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  101
 49  Shit Heart♥Foundation
(Hikaru Sato (3), Michael Nakazawa and Tomomitsu Matsunaga)
 November 3, 2010  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  53
 50  Disaster-Box
(Harashima, Toru Owashi (3) and Yukihiro Abe)
 December 26, 2010  Live event Tokyo, Japan  1  [Note 3]
Vacated N/A

Wrestle-1 promotedEdit

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
 51  Jackets
(Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue)
 October 9, 2015  Fan Appreciation Day Tokyo, Japan  1  25 Defeated new Wild order (Akira, Jun Kasai and Kumagoro), after the title was revived by Wrestle-1.
 52  Real Desperado
(Kazma Sakamoto, Koji Doi and Nosawa Rongai (3))
 November 3, 2015  Autumn Bout Nagoya, Japan  1  24
 53  Jackets
(Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue)
 November 27, 2015  Autumn Bout Tokyo, Japan  2  41
Vacated  January 7, 2016 Title vacated due to Yoshioka being sidelined following cecum surgery and being unable to attend a title defense set for January 10, 2016. [9]
 54  Kaz Hayashi, Minoru Tanaka and Tajiri  January 31, 2016  Sunrise Tokyo, Japan  1  180 Defeated Jackets (Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue) to win the vacant title.
 55  Andy Wu, Daiki Inaba and Seiki Yoshioka (3)  July 29, 2016  Symbol Tokyo, Japan  1  133
 56  Jun Kasai, Nosawa Rongai (4) and Shuji Kondo (3)  December 9, 2016  Shining Winter Tokyo, Japan  1  75
 57  New Era
(Daiki Inaba (2), Kohei Fujimura and Yusuke Kodama)
 February 22, 2017  W-Impact Tokyo, Japan  1  46
 58  Kaz Hayashi (2), Masayuki Kono and Shuji Kondo (4)  April 9, 2017  Cherry Blossom Sapporo, Japan  1  7
 59  New Era
(Andy Wu (2), Koji Doi (2) and Kumagoro)
 April 16, 2017  The Golden Battle in Kobe FOP Kobe, Japan  1  20
 60  Kaz Hayashi (3), Manabu Soya and Shuji Kondo (5)  May 6, 2017  Triumph Gifu, Japan  1  29
 61  Jay Freddie, Jiro Kuroshio (3) and Kumagoro (2)  June 4, 2017  Outbreak Kimitsu, Japan  1  14
 62  Ganseki Tanaka, Manabu Soya (2) and Nosawa Rongai (5)  June 18, 2017  Outbreak Shimizu, Japan  1  92
 63  New Era
(Jiro Kuroshio (4), Koji Doi (3) and Kumagoro (3))
 September 18, 2017  4th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan  1  33
 64  Enfants Terribles
(Seigo Tachibana, Shotaro Ashino and Yusuke Kodama (2))
 October 21, 2017  Updraft Tsuchiura, Japan  1  42
 65  New Era
(Koji Doi (4), Kumagoro (4) and Takanori Ito)
 December 2, 2017  Shining Winter Yokohama, Japan  1  102
 66  Tokyo Gurentai
(Fujita, Mazada and NOSAWA Rongai (6))
 March 14, 2018  Trans Magic Tokyo, Japan  3  359
Vacated March 8, 2019 Title vacated due to lack of defenses. [10]

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Due to sparse record keeping in Mexico at the time no documentation of the date the championship changed hands is found and is too uncertain to calculate.
  2. ^ The exact date the championship was vacated has not been confirmed, putting their title reign at between 1 day and 21 days.
  3. ^ a b c The exact date the championship was vacated has not been confirmed, the length of the reign is too uncertain to calculate.

ReferencesEdit

General source for title history before 2000
  • Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). "Mexico: UWA Trios Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. p. 399. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
Specific sources
  1. ^ "U.W.A. World Trios Title". Puroresu Dojo. Retrieved February 27, 2008.
  2. ^ "UWA世界6人タッグ、F-1タッグの2大王座復活および武藤敬司&神奈月組のF-1タッグ王座戦出場決定のお知らせ". Wrestle-1 (in Japanese). August 30, 2015. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  3. ^ a b Centinela, Teddy (July 21, 2015). "En un día como hoy… 1985: Canek retiene el título completo UWA ante Dos Caras… Los Villanos destronan a Los Brazos". SuperLuchas Magazine (in Spanish). Retrieved July 1, 2015.
  4. ^ Centinela, Teddy (April 23, 2015). "En un día como hoy… 1989: Rayo de Jalisco Jr. desenmascara a Súper Halcón". SuperLuchas Magazine (in Spanish). Retrieved July 1, 2015.
  5. ^ "Toryumon Mexico 8th Anniversary results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-02-27.
  6. ^ "El Dorado Perfect Treasure results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-02-27.
  7. ^ "El Dorado I Was Born to Love Treasure results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-02-27.
  8. ^ "El Dorado Game of Treasure results" (in German). Cagematch.de. Retrieved 2008-02-27.
  9. ^ "吉岡欠場によりJacketsがUWA世界6人タッグ返上!王座決定戦は1.31大阪に!―2016.1.7記者会見". Wrestle-1 (in Japanese). January 7, 2016. Retrieved January 7, 2016.
  10. ^ "UWA World Trios Championship". www.cagematch.net. March 8, 2019. Retrieved July 11, 2019.