WEW Hardcore Tag Team Championship

The FMW/WEW Hardcore Tag Team Championship is a tag team hardcore wrestling championship contested in Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling from April 2000 until FMW closed in February 2002. The title was picked up by Big Japan Pro Wrestling that same month, and remained in that promotion until late 2005, when it moved to Kaientai Dojo.[1][2]

FMW/WEW Hardcore Tag Team Championship
Details
PromotionFrontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (2000-2002)
Big Japan Pro Wrestling (2002-2003)
Kaientai Dojo (2005-present)
Date establishedApril 25, 2000

Title historyEdit

Rank Team Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
1 Hideki Hosaka and Yoshinori Sasaki 1 April 25, 2000 57 Tokyo, Japan Night in Shibuya Backdraft Eve Defeated Kintaro Kanemura and Willie Takayama.[3]
2 The Samoans
(Eddie Fatu and Matty Samu)
1 June 21, 2000 37 Tokyo, Japan King of Fight 2000 tour [4]
3 Hideki Hosaka (2) and Yoshinori Sasaki (2) 2 July 28, 2000 55 Tokyo, Japan King of Fight 2000 II tour [5]
4 Gedo and Jado 1 September 21, 2000 19 Sapporo, Japan Flashover tour This was a three-way ladder match, also involving Kintaro Kanemura and Ryuji Yamakawa.[6]
5 Homeless Jimmy and Supreme 1 October 10, 2000 33 Fukuoka, Japan Power Splash tour [7]
5 Hideki Hosaka (3) and Mammoth Sasaki (3) 3 November 12, 2000 56 Yokohama, Japan Deep Throat Sasaki formerly held the title as Yoshinori Sasaki.[8]
6 GOEMON and Onryo 1 January 7, 2001 47 Tokyo, Japan New Year Generation tour [9]
7 Kintaro Kanemura and Ryuji Yamakawa 1 February 23, 2001 282 Tokyo, Japan Cluster Battle tour [10]
8 Daisuke Sekimoto and Men's Teioh 1 December 2, 2001 75 Yokohama, Japan Winning Road tour This was a title vs. title match with Sekimoto and Teioh's BJW Tag Team Championship also on the line.[11]
Vacated February 15, 2002 FMW officially closed on February 15, 2002 after holding its final event 11 days earlier. The title then moved to Big Japan Pro Wrestling.[1]
9 Jun Kasai and The W*INGer 1 March 21, 2002 72 Nagoya, Japan Live event [2]
Vacated June 1, 2002 The titles were vacated after Kasai left BJW.[1]
10 Daikokubo Benkei and Abdullah Kobayashi 1 March 23, 2003 7 Osaka, Japan Live event Defeated Mad Man Pondo and Shadow WX.[1]
11 Ryuji Ito and Daisaku Shimoda 1 March 30, 2003 30 Kanagawa, Japan Live event [2]
12 Hido and YOSHIYA 1 April 29, 2003 156 Tokyo, Japan WEW live event [12]
Vacated October 2, 2003 Takaoka, Japan Fuyuki Army live event The title was vacated after this title defense and revived by Kaientai Dojo in 2005.
13 Apple Miyuki and YOSHIYA (2) 1 December 23, 2005 103 Chiba, Japan Live event Defeated Shiori Asahi and Makoto Oishi.[1]
14 Mike Lee, Jr. and Mr. X 1 April 5, 2006 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event [2]
15 Shiori Asahi and Makoto Oishi 1 May 3, 2006 32 Chiba, Japan Live event [2]
16 Taka Michinoku and TOMO Michinoku 1 June 4, 2006 34 Tokyo, Japan Live event [2]
17 Apple Miyuki (2) and YOSHIYA (3) 2 July 8, 2006 155 Osaka, Japan Club-K Super Another in Osaka [13]
18 Shiori Asahi (2) and Makoto Oishi (2) 2 December 10, 2006 455 Tokyo, Japan Live event [2]
Vacated March 9, 2008 Asahi and Oishi were stripped of the title for not defending the title for nearly a year.
19 Apple Miyuki (3) and YOSHIYA (4) 3 April 13, 2008 154 Tokyo, Japan Club-K Super Evolution 7 Last eliminated Shiori Asahi and Makoto Oishi in a seven-team battle royal.[14]
20 Boso Boy Raito and Boso Boy Left 1 September 14, 2008 20 Tokyo, Japan Club-K Super Downtown [15]
21 Saburo Inematsu and PSYCHO 1 October 4, 2008 63 Chiba, Japan Club-K Super Outbreak Defeated Raito and Left and KAZMA and MIYAWAKI in a three-way match.[16]
22 Hardcore Kid Kojiro and YOSHIYA (5) 1 December 6, 2008 151 Chiba, Japan Club-K Overthrow [17]
23 The Brahman Brothers
(Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei)
1 May 6, 2009 315 Chiba, Japan Club-K Super Necessary... [18]
24 Yuji Hino and Saburo Inematsu (2) 1 March 17, 2010 368 Tokyo, Japan Club-K Shinkiba Also won the Strongest-K Tag Team Championship from Daigoro Kashiwa and Kengo Mashimo on April 2, 2010 at Super Evolution 8 in Tokyo.[19][20]
25 Kengo Mashimo and Ryuichi Sekine 1 March 20, 2011 42 Chiba, Japan Club-K Super It's Gonna Be...
26 Randy Takuya and Saburo Inematsu (3) 1 May 1, 2011 4 Chiba, Japan GWSP6
27 Kengo Mashimo and Ryuichi Sekine 2 May 5, 2011 175 Chiba, Japan GWSP6 FINAL CLUB-K SUPER necessary...
28 Kamui and Mammoth Sasaki (4) 1 October 27, 2011 74 Tokyo, Japan FREEDOMS
29 The Brahman Brothers
(Brahman Shu and Brahman Kei)
2 January 9, 2012 33 Tokyo, Japan FREEDOMS
30 Kamui (2) and Mammoth Sasaki (5) 2 February 11, 2012 138 Osaka, Japan FREEDOMS
Vacated June 28, 2012 Tokyo, Japan FREEDOMS Sasaki vacated the title due to a neck injury.
31 Kengo Mashimo (3) and YOSHIYA (6) 1 September 19, 2012 25 Tokyo, Japan Club-K Super in Shinjuku Face
Vacated October 14, 2012 The title was vacated due to YOSHIYA retiring from professional wrestling.
32 Bambi and Makoto 1 January 5, 2014 118 Chiba, Japan Shinshun Tatakai Hajime 2014 Bambi and Makoto defeated Kaji Tomato and Yuki Sato, Kengo Mashimo and Saburo Inematsu, and Daigoro Kashiwa and Ricky Fuji in a four-way match to win the vacant title.
33 Nasu Banderas and Ricky Fuji 1 May 3, 2014 344 Chiba, Japan GWSP4
34 Ryuichi Sekine (2) and Saburo Inematsu (4) 1 April 12, 2015 203 Tokyo, Japan Evolution 13 This was a five-way match, also involving Daigoro Kashiwa and Teppei, Kunio Toshima and Yuma, and Jun Kasai and Kenji Fukimoto.
35 Kotaro Nasu and Ryuichi Sekine (3) 1 November 1, 2015 168 Tokyo, Japan Club-K Super in Korakuen Hall Saburo Inematsu vacated his half of the title, leading to a seven-team Hardcore Rumble, where Nasu and Sekine defeated Saburo Inematsu and Alexander Otsuka, Ayumu Honda and Tiran Shi Sha, Yuma and Douki, Yoshiaki Yasato and Yoshihiro Douguchi, Ricky Fuji and Men's Teioh, Hi69 and Toru Sugiura to become the new champions.[21]
36 Magatsuki
(Kunio Toshima and Yuma)
1 April 17, 2016 1,394+ Tokyo, Japan Club-K Super Evolution

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Combined reignsEdit

As of February 10, 2019.

Indicates the current champion
Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Magatsuki †
(Kunio Toshima and Yuma)
1 1,394+

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g "WEW Hardcore Tag Team Championship" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  3. ^ "FMW Night in Shibuya Backdraft Eve" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  4. ^ "FMW King of Fight 2000: Day 1" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  5. ^ "FMW King of Fight 2000 II: Day 9" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  6. ^ "FMW Flashover 2000: Day 6" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  7. ^ "FMW Power Splash 2000: Day 4" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  8. ^ "FMW Deep Throat" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  9. ^ "FMW New Year Generation 2001: Day 1" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  10. ^ "FMW Cluster Battle 2001: Day 10" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  11. ^ "FMW Winning Road 2001: Day 2" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  12. ^ "WEW April 29, 2003" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  13. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Super Another in Osaka" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  14. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Super Evolution 7" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  15. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Super Downtown 2008" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  16. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Super Outbreak" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  17. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Overthrow" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  18. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Super Necessary..." (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  19. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Shinkiba" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  20. ^ "K-Dojo Club-K Super Evolution 8" (in German). Cagematch. Retrieved April 2, 2010.
  21. ^ http://www.k-dojo.co.jp/results/20151101kourakuen/