G1 Tag League

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The World Tag League[1] is a professional wrestling round-robin tag team tournament held by New Japan Pro Wrestling as a spin-off of the popular singles tournament, the G1 Climax. It was created in 1991 as the Super Grade Tag League, as a continuation of a regular tag team tournament held since 1980, gaining the name G1 Tag League in 1999. In 2012, New Japan's new owners, the Bushiroad company, renamed the tournament to its current form.[1] The winners of the tournament, assuming they do not already hold the belts, obtain #1 contendership to the IWGP Tag Team Championship.

The World Tag League is held under a points system, with 2 points for a win, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. The current format, introduced in 2006, is essentially identical to that of the G1 Climax, with the top two scoring teams from two blocks of five or six advancing to the semifinals, and the winners of those matches battling in the final.

G1 Tag League winners[edit]

Tournament Year Winners Total won
As a team
Reference
MSG Tag League 1980 Antonio Inoki and Bob Backlund 1 [2]
MSG Tag League 1981 André the Giant and René Goulet 1 [3]
MSG Tag League 1982 Antonio Inoki (2) and Hulk Hogan 1 [4]
MSG Tag League 1983 Antonio Inoki (3) and Hulk Hogan (2) 2 [5]
MSG Tag League 1984 Antonio Inoki (4) and Tatsumi Fujinami 1 [6]
IWGP Tag Title League 1985 Tatsumi Fujinami (2) and Kengo Kimura 1 [7]
Japan Cup Tag League 1986 Antonio Inoki (5) and Yoshiaki Fujiwara 1 [8]
Japan Cup Tag League 1987 Tatsumi Fujinami (3) and Kengo Kimura (2) 2 [9]
Super Grade Tag League 1991 Tatsumi Fujinami (4) and Big Van Vader 1 [10][11]
Super Grade Tag League 1992 Riki Choshu and Shinya Hashimoto 1 [10][12]
Super Grade Tag League 1993 Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh 1 [10][13]
Super Grade Tag League 1994 Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh 2 [10][14]
Super Grade Tag League 1995 Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 1 [10][15]
Super Grade Tag League 1996 Shinya Hashimoto (2) and Scott Norton 1 [10][16]
Super Grade Tag League 1997 Masahiro Chono (2) and Keiji Mutoh (3) 1 [10][17]
Super Grade Tag League 1998 Satoshi Kojima and Keiji Mutoh (4) 1 [10][18]
G1 Tag League 1999 Keiji Mutoh (5) and Scott Norton (2) 1 [10][19]
G1 Tag League 2000 Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Nagata 1 [20]
G1 Tag League 2001 Satoshi Kojima (2) and Hiroyoshi Tenzan (2) 1 [21]
G1 Tag League 2003 Osamu Nishimura and Hiroyoshi Tenzan (3) 1 [22]
G1 Tag League 2006 Masahiro Chono (3) and Shinsuke Nakamura 1 [23]
G1 Tag League 2007 Giant Bernard and Travis Tomko 1 [24]
G1 Tag League 2008 Satoshi Kojima (3) and Hiroyoshi Tenzan (4) 2 [25]
G1 Tag League 2009 Karl Anderson and Giant Bernard (2) 1 [26]
G1 Tag League 2010 Yuji Nagata (2) and Wataru Inoue 1 [27]
G1 Tag League 2011 Lance Archer and Minoru Suzuki 1 [28]
World Tag League 2012 Hirooki Goto and Karl Anderson (2) 1 [29]
World Tag League 2013 Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson (3) 1 [30]

1991[edit]

The 1991 Super Grade Tag League featured 7 teams in a single block, and was held from October 5 to October 17. Due to a tie for second place, the two second-place teams faced each other in a semifinal to decide the finalists.[10][11]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Riki Choshu and Masa Saito 10
Tatsumi Fujinami and Big Van Vader 8
Crusher Bam Bam Bigelow and Masahiro Chono 8
Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh 6
Shinya Hashimoto and Scott Norton 6
The Great Kokina and The Wild Samoan 2
Kim Duk and Tiger Jeet Singh 2
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Choshu and Saito
  2  Fujinami and Vader     2  Fujinami and Vader
  3  Bigelow and Chono  

1992[edit]

The 1992 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 7 teams, was held from October 8 to October 21.[10][12]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Riki Choshu and Shinya Hashimoto 9
Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki 9
Crusher Bam Bam Bigelow and Keiji Mutoh 8
Masahiro Chono and Tony Halme 8
Scott Norton and Super Strong Machine 6
Tatsumi Fujinami and Manabu Nakanishi 2
Jim Neidhart and Tom Zenk 0
Finals
     
1 Choshu and Hashimoto Pin
2 Hase and Sasaki 15:45

1993[edit]

The 1993 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 10 teams, was held from October 8 to November 4.[10][13]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Hercules Hernandez and Scott Norton 14
Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh 14
Masahiro Chono and Shinya Hashimoto 13
Tatsumi Fujinami and Osamu Kido 13
Hawk Warrior and Power Warrior 10
Shiro Koshinaka and Michiyoshi Ohara 8
Takayuki Iizuka and Akira Nogami 6
The Barbarian and Masa Saito 4
Jushin Liger and Wild Pegasus 4
Brad Armstrong and Sean Royal 0
Finals
     
1 Hernandez and Norton Pin
2 Hase and Mutoh 13:46

1994[edit]

The 1994 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 10 teams, was held from October 19 to October 30.[10][14]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Masahiro Chono and Super Strong Machine 14
Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh 14
Hawk Warrior and Power Warrior 14
Tatsumi Fujinami and Yoshiaki Fujiwara 10
Osamu Kido and Scott Norton 10
Shinya Hashimoto and Manabu Nakanishi 8
Takayuki Iizuka and Akira Nogami 6
Riki Choshu and Yoshiaki Yatsu 6
Mike Enos and Steven Regal 6
Nailz and Ron Simmons 4
Finals
     
1 Chono and Machine Pin
2 Hase and Mutoh 26:01

1995[edit]

The 1995 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 7 teams, was held from October 15 to October 30. Due to a tie for second place, the two second-place teams faced each other in a semifinal to decide the finalists. Masa Saito also replaced Riki Choshu in his team with Kensuke Sasaki after one match.[10][15]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Osamu Kido and Kazuo Yamazaki 8
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 7
Shinya Hashimoto and Junji Hirata 7
Tatsutoshi Goto and Shiro Koshinaka 6
Keiji Mutoh and Osamu Nishimura 6
Takashi Iizuka and Akira Nogami 4
Masa Saito/Riki Choshu and Kensuke Sasaki 4
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Kido and Yamazaki Sub
  2  Chono and Tenzan Pin     2  Chono and Tenzan 12:50
  3  Hashimoto and Hirata 14:45  

1996[edit]

The 1996 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 8 teams, was held from October 13 to November 1. It altered the traditional points system, rewarding just 1 point for a victory, and 0 for a draw or loss.[10][17]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Keiji Mutoh and Rick Steiner 5
Shinya Hashimoto and Scott Norton 5
Takashi Iizuka and Kazuo Yamazaki 4
Riki Choshu and Kensuke Sasaki 4
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 3
Satoshi Kojima and Manabu Nakanishi 3
Tatsumi Fujinami and Shiro Koshinaka 2
Steven Regal and David Taylor 1
Results Chono
Tenzan
Choshu
Sasaki
Fujinami
Koshinaka
Hashimoto
Norton
Iizuka
Yamazaki
Kojima
Nakanishi
Mutoh
Steiner
Regal
Taylor
Chono
Tenzan
X Chono
Tenzan
(12:52)
Fujinami
Koshinaka
(11:56)
Hashimoto
Norton
(15:01)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(14:22)
Chono
Tenzan
(10:40)
Mutoh
Steiner
(8:20)
Chono
Tenzan
(Forf)
Choshu
Sasaki
Chono
Tenzan
(12:52)
X Choshu
Sasaki
(Forf)
Choshu
Sasaki
(9:40)
Draw
(30:00)
Choshu
Sasaki
(12:32)
Mutoh
Steiner
(11:24)
Choshu
Sasaki
(Forf)
Fujinami
Koshinaka
Fujinami
Koshinaka
(11:56)
Choshu
Sasaki
(Forf)
X Hashimoto
Norton
(13:06)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(Forf)
Kojima
Nakanishi
(Forf)
Fujinami
Koshinaka
(8:15)
Regal
Taylor
(10:29)
Hashimoto
Norton
Hashimoto
Norton
(15:01)
Choshu
Sasaki
(9:40)
Hashimoto
Norton
(13:06)
X Hashimoto
Norton
(13:04)
Hashimoto
Norton
(15:03)
Mutoh
Steiner
(13:56)
Hashimoto
Norton
(Forf)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(14:22)
Draw
(30:00)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(Forf)
Hashimoto
Norton
(13:04)
X Kojima
Nakanishi
(11:20)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(11:58)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(Forf)
Kojima
Nakanishi
Chono
Tenzan
(10:40)
Choshu
Sasaki
(12:32)
Kojima
Nakanishi
(Forf)
Hashimoto
Norton
(15:03)
Kojima
Nakanishi
(11:20)
X Mutoh
Steiner
(16:28)
Kojima
Nakanishi
(12:11)
Mutoh
Steiner
Mutoh
Steiner
(8:20)
Mutoh
Steiner
(11:24)
Fujinami
Koshinaka
(8:15)
Mutoh
Steiner
(13:56)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(11:58)
Mutoh
Steiner
(16:28)
X Mutoh
Steiner
(12:13)
Regal
Taylor
Chono
Tenzan
(Forf)
Choshu
Sasaki
(Forf)
Regal
Taylor
(10:29)
Hashimoto
Norton
(Forf)
Iizuka
Yamazaki
(Forf)
Kojima
Nakanishi
(12:11)
Mutoh
Steiner
(12:13)
X
Finals
     
1 Mutoh and Steiner Pin
2 Hashimoto and Norton 21:54

1997[edit]

The 1997 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 8 teams, was held from November 18 to December 8. It used the same points system as the previous year, awarding 1 point for a win and 0 for a loss or draw. Due to a tie for second place, the two second-place teams faced each other in a semifinal to decide the finalists.[10][17]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Masahiro Chono and Keiji Mutoh 6
Shinya Hashimoto and Manabu Nakanishi 5
Kensuke Sasaki and Kazuo Yamazaki 5
Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura 4
nWo Sting and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 3
Satoshi Kojima and Tadao Yasuda 2
Kenny Kaos and Rob Rage 2
Tatsutoshi Goto and Michiyoshi Ohara 1
Results Chono
Mutoh
Fujinami
Kimura
Goto
Ohara
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
Kaos
Rage
Kojima
Yasuda
Sting
Tenzan
Sasaki
Yamazaki
Chono
Mutoh
X Chono
Mutoh
(13:46)
Chono
Mutoh
(6:59)
Chono
Mutoh
(18:05)
Chono
Mutoh
(13:21)
Chono
Mutoh
(13:45)
Chono
Mutoh
(11:29)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(24:21)
Fujinami
Kimura
Chono
Mutoh
(13:46)
X Goto
Ohara
(8:54)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(12:27)
Fujinami
Kimura
(8:26)
Fujinami
Kimura
(12:35)
Fujinami
Kimura
(9:48)
Fujinami
Kimura
(14:10)
Goto
Ohara
Chono
Mutoh
(6:59)
Goto
Ohara
(8:54)
X Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(11:41)
Kaos
Rage
(9:23)
Kojima
Yasuda
(10:12)
Sting
Tenzan
(11:10)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(12:51)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
Chono
Mutoh
(18:05)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(12:27)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(11:41)
X Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(13:34)
Kojima
Yasuda
(14:51)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(13:45)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(18:53)
Kaos
Rage
Chono
Mutoh
(13:21)
Fujinami
Kimura
(8:26)
Kaos
Rage
(9:23)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(13:34)
X Kaos
Rage
(10:40)
Sting
Tenzan
(9:17)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(9:25)
Kojima
Yasuda
Chono
Mutoh
(13:45)
Fujinami
Kimura
(12:35)
Kojima
Yasuda
(10:12)
Kojima
Yasuda
(14:51)
Kaos
Rage
(10:40)
X Sting
Tenzan
(12:02)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(12:54)
Sting
Tenzan
Chono
Mutoh
(11:29)
Fujinami
Kimura
(9:48)
Sting
Tenzan
(11:10)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(13:45)
Sting
Tenzan
(9:17)
Sting
Tenzan
(12:02)
X Sasaki
Yamazaki
(11:34)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(24:21)
Fujinami
Kimura
(14:10)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(12:51)
Hashimoto
Nakanishi
(18:53)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(9:25)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(12:54)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(11:34)
X
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Chono and Mutoh Sub
  2  Hashimoto and Nakanishi Sub     2  Hashimoto and Nakanishi 23:33
  3  Sasaki and Yamazaki 15:24  

1998[edit]

The 1998 Super Grade Tag League, featuring 7 teams, was held from November 16 to December 6. It returned to the traditional points system, awarding 2 points for a victory, 1 for a draw and 0 for a loss. Due to a four-way tie for first place, the four teams were paired in the semifinals, with the two winners facing off in the final. .[10][18]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Satoshi Kojima and Keiji Mutoh 8
Tatsumi Fujinami and Shinya Hashimoto 8
Kensuke Sasaki and Kazuo Yamazaki 8
Shiro Koshinaka and Genichiro Tenryu 8
Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi 6
nWo Sting and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 4
David Finlay and Jerry Flynn 0
Results Finlay
Flynn
Fujinami
Hashimoto
Kojima
Mutoh
Koshinaka
Tenryu
Nagata
Nakanishi
Sting
Tenzan
Sasaki
Yamazaki
Finlay
Flynn
X Fujinami
Hashimoto
(11:49)
Kojima
Mutoh
(11:29)
Koshinaka
Tenryu
(10:09)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:57)
Sting
Tenzan
(9:59)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(8:34)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(11:49)
X Kojima
Mutoh
(12:21)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(14:46)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(16:05)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(12:06)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(16:07)
Kojima
Mutoh
Kojima
Mutoh
(11:29)
Kojima
Mutoh
(12:21)
X Koshinaka
Tenryu
(14:56)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(15:15)
Kojima
Mutoh
(19:35)
Kojima
Mutoh
(17:42)
Koshinaka
Tenryu
Koshinaka
Tenryu
(10:09)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(14:46)
Koshinaka
Tenryu
(14:56)
X Koshinaka
Tenryu
(15:10)
Koshinaka
Tenryu
(12:18)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(13:38)
Nagata
Nakanishi
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:57)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(16:05)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(15:15)
Koshinaka
Tenryu
(15:10)
X Sting
Tenzan
(13:24)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(19:14)
Sting
Tenzan
Sting
Tenzan
(9:59)
Fujinami
Hashimoto
(12:06)
Kojima
Mutoh
(19:35)
Koshinaka
Tenryu
(12:18)
Sting
Tenzan
(13:24)
X Sasaki
Yamazaki
(12:19)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(8:34)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(16:07)
Kojima
Mutoh
(17:42)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(13:38)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(19:14)
Sasaki
Yamazaki
(12:19)
X
Semifinals Finals
           
1 Kojima and Mutoh Pin
4 Koshinaka and Tenryu 13:21
1 Kojima and Mutoh Pin
3 Fujinami and Hashimoto 18:51
2 Sasaki and Yamazaki Sub
3 Fujinami and Hashimoto 17:45

1999[edit]

The 1999 G1 Tag League, featuring 9 teams, was held from September 10 to September 23.[10][19]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Keiji Mutoh and Scott Norton 14
Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi 10
Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 10
Junji Hirata and Shiro Koshinaka 8
Shinya Hashimoto and Meng 8
Masahiro Chono and Don Frye 6
Tatsutoshi Goto and Michiyoshi Ohara 6
Takashi Iizuka and Brian Johnston 6
Kazuyuki Fujita and Kensuke Sasaki 4
Results Chono
Frye
Fujita
Sasaki
Goto
Ohara
Hashimoto
Meng
Hirata
Koshinaka
Iizuka
Johnston
Kojima
Tenzan
Mutoh
Norton
Nagata
Nakanishi
Chono
Frye
X Chono
Frye
(10:53)
Goto
Ohara
(11:54)
Chono
Frye
(12:27)
Hirata
Koshinaka
(Forfeit)
Chono
Frye
(12:01)
Kojima
Tenzan
(Forfeit)
Mutoh
Norton
(Forfeit)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:58)
Fujita
Sasaki
Chono
Frye
(10:53)
X Fujita
Sasaki
(10:18)
Hashimoto
Meng
(8:45)
Hirata
Koshinaka
(12:20)
Fujita
Sasaki
(13:37)
Kojima
Tenzan
(13:14)
Mutoh
Norton
(11:00)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(14:29)
Goto
Ohara
Goto
Ohara
(11:54)
Fujita
Sasaki
(10:18)
X Goto
Ohara
(7:09)
Goto
Ohara
(12:06)
Iizuka
Johnston
(10:56)
Kojima
Tenzan
(12:26)
Mutoh
Norton
(8:16)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(10:36)
Hashimoto
Meng
Chono
Frye
(12:27)
Hashimoto
Meng
(8:45)
Goto
Ohara
(7:09)
X Hirata
Koshinaka
(9:26)
Hashimoto
Meng
(8:24)
Hashimoto
Meng
(13:03)
Mutoh
Norton
(17:38)
Hashimoto
Meng
(11:48)
Hirata
Koshinaka
Hirata
Koshinaka
(Forfeit)
Hirata
Koshinaka
(12:20)
Goto
Ohara
(12:06)
Hirata
Koshinaka
(9:26)
X Iizuka
Johnston
(9:50)
Kojima
Tenzan
(13:14)
Mutoh
Norton
(13:12)
Hirata
Koshinaka
(13:52)
Iizuka
Johnston
Chono
Frye
(12:01)
Fujita
Sasaki
(13:37)
Iizuka
Johnston
(10:56)
Hashimoto
Meng
(8:24)
Iizuka
Johnston
(9:50)
X Iizuka
Johnston
(14:31)
Mutoh
Norton
(12:35)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:57)
Kojima
Tenzan
Kojima
Tenzan
(Forfeit)
Kojima
Tenzan
(13:14)
Kojima
Tenzan
(12:26)
Hashimoto
Meng
(13:03)
Kojima
Tenzan
(13:14)
Iizuka
Johnston
(14:31)
X Kojima
Tenzan
(17:17)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:02)
Mutoh
Norton
Mutoh
Norton
(Forfeit)
Mutoh
Norton
(11:00)
Mutoh
Norton
(8:16)
Mutoh
Norton
(17:38)
Mutoh
Norton
(13:12)
Mutoh
Norton
(12:35)
Kojima
Tenzan
(17:17)
X Mutoh
Norton
(15:31)
Nagata
Nakanishi
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:58)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(14:29)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(10:36)
Hashimoto
Meng
(11:48)
Hirata
Koshinaka
(13:52)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:57)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:02)
Mutoh
Norton
(15:31)
X
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Mutoh and Norton Sub
  2  Nagata and Nakanishi Pin     2  Nagata and Nakanishi 21:32
  3  Kojima and Tenzan 13:42  

2000[edit]

The 2000 G1 Tag League, featuring 7 teams, was held from November 17 to November 30. It strayed slightly from the standard formula; as there was a four-way tie for first place, all four teams advanced to a small single elimination tournament to decide the 2000 G1 Tag champions.[20]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Nagata 8
Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 8
Manabu Nakanishi and Yutaka Yoshie 8
Masahiro Chono and Scott Norton 8
Jushin Liger and Super Strong Machine 4
Shiro Koshinaka and Kensuke Sasaki 4
T2000 Machine #1 and T2000 Machine #2 2
Results Chono
Norton
Iizuka
Nagata
Kojima
Tenzan
Koshinaka
Sasaki
Liger
Machine
Nakanishi
Yoshie
T2000 #1
T2000 #2
Chono
Norton
X Chono
Norton
(14:49)
Kojima
Tenzan
(20:48)
Chono
Norton
(13:41)
Chono
Norton
(16:36)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(14:56)
Chono
Norton
(10:06)
Iizuka
Nagata
Chono
Norton
(14:49)
X Kojima
Tenzan
(19:06)
Iizuka
Nagata
(22:24)
Iizuka
Nagata
(18:40)
Iizuka
Nagata
(18:28)
Iizuka
Nagata
(8:28)
Kojima
Tenzan
Kojima
Tenzan
(20:48)
Kojima
Tenzan
(19:06)
X Koshinaka
Sasaki
(15:23)
Kojima
Tenzan
(18:36)
Kojima
Tenzan
(15:52)
T2000 #1
T2000 #2
(12:28)
Koshinaka
Sasaki
Chono
Norton
(13:41)
Iizuka
Nagata
(22:24)
Koshinaka
Sasaki
(15:23)
X Liger
Machine
(12:58)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(12:29)
Koshinaka
Sasaki
(7:01)
Liger
Machine
Chono
Norton
(16:36)
Iizuka
Nagata
(18:40)
Kojima
Tenzan
(18:36)
Liger
Machine
(12:58)
X Nakanishi
Yoshie
(12:29)
Liger
Machine
(13:45)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(14:56)
Iizuka
Nagata
(18:28)
Kojima
Tenzan
(15:52)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(12:29)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(12:29)
X Nakanishi
Yoshie
(12:19)
T2000 #1
T2000 #2
Chono
Norton
(10:06)
Iizuka
Nagata
(8:28)
T2000 #1
T2000 #2
(12:28)
Koshinaka
Sasaki
(7:01)
Liger
Machine
(13:45)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(12:19)
X
Semifinals Finals
           
1 Kojima and Tenzan Pin
3 Nakanishi and Yoshie 15:58
1 Kojima and Tenzan Pin
2 Iizuka and Nagata 19:09
2 Iizuka and Nagata Sub
4 Chono and Norton 12:06

2001[edit]

The 2001 G1 Tag League, featuring 8 teams, was held from November 30 to December 11.[21]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Mike Barton and Jim Steele 9
Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 8
Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi 8
Dan Devine and Kensuke Sasaki 8
Scott Norton and Super J 7
Jushin Liger and Osamu Nishimura 6
Masahiro Chono and Giant Silva 6
Kenzo Suzuki and Hiroshi Tanahashi 4
Results Barton
Steele
Chono
Silva
Devine
Sasaki
Kojima
Tenzan
Liger
Nishimura
Nagata
Nakanishi
Norton
Super J
Suzuki
Tanahashi
Barton
Steele
X Barton
Steele
(11:44)
Devine
Sasaki
(13:19)
Barton
Steele
(17:33)
Barton
Steele
(20:16)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(18:44)
Draw
(30:00)
Barton
Steele
(16:50)
Chono
Silva
Barton
Steele
(11:44)
X Chono
Silva
(11:34)
Chono
Silva
(12:54)
Liger
Nishimura
(12:16)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:00)
Norton
Super J
(10:35)
Chono
Silva
(12:49)
Devine
Sasaki
Devine
Sasaki
(13:19)
Chono
Silva
(11:34)
X Kojima
Tenzan
(14:28)
Devine
Sasaki
(2:36)
Devine
Sasaki
(14:59)
Norton
Super J
(10:31)
Devine
Sasaki
(15:33)
Kojima
Tenzan
Barton
Steele
(17:33)
Chono
Silva
(12:54)
Kojima
Tenzan
(14:28)
X Liger
Nishimura
(25:57)
Kojima
Tenzan
(18:11)
Kojima
Tenzan
(15:32)
Kojima
Tenzan
(13:04)
Liger
Nishimura
Barton
Steele
(20:16)
Liger
Nishimura
(12:16)
Devine
Sasaki
(2:36)
Liger
Nishimura
(25:57)
X Nagata
Nakanishi
(15:42)
Liger
Nishimura
(14:09)
Suzuki
Tanahashi
(19:10)
Nagata
Nakanishi
Nagata
Nakanishi
(18:44)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:00)
Devine
Sasaki
(14:59)
Kojima
Tenzan
(18:11)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(14:52)
X Norton
Super J
(12:41)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(15:48)
Norton
Super J
Draw
(30:00)
Norton
Super J
(10:35)
Norton
Super J
(10:31)
Kojima
Tenzan
(15:32)
Liger
Nishimura
(14:09)
Norton
Super J
(12:41)
X Suzuki
Tanahashi
(6:51)
Suzuki
Tanahashi
Barton
Steele
(16:50)
Chono
Silva
(12:49)
Devine
Sasaki
(15:33)
Kojima
Tenzan
(13:04)
Suzuki
Tanahashi
(19:10)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(15:48)
Suzuki
Tanahashi
(6:51)
X
  Semifinals Decision Semifinals Finals
                           
   
   N/A  
     N/A  
 
     
    1  Barton and Steele Pin
  2  Kojima and Tenzan 24:02
     
   
2  Kojima and Tenzan Pin
    3  Nagata and Nakanishi 17:25  
3  Nagata and Nakanishi Sub
  4  Devine and Sasaki 14:40  

2003[edit]

The 2003 G1 Tag League, featuring 8 teams, was held from October 15 to October 30. The match between Mike Barton and Jim Steele and Hiroshi Tanahashi and Yutaka Yoshie did not have the usual 30-minute time limit as it was also for Tanahashi and Yoshie's IWGP World Tag Team Championship, giving it a 60-minute time limit.[22]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Yoshihiro Takayama and TOA 10
Osamu Nishimura and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 9
Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi 9
Hiroshi Tanahashi and Yutaka Yoshie 7
Makai #1 and Tadao Yasuda 7
Mike Barton and Jim Steele 6
Blue Wolf and Shinsuke Nakamura 6
Masahiro Chono and Jushin Liger 2
Results Barton
Steele
Wolf
Nakamura
Chono
Liger
Makai #1
Yasuda
Nagata
Nakanishi
Nishimura
Tenzan
Takayama
TOA
Tanahashi
Yoshie
Barton
Steele
X Barton
Steele
(13:46)
Chono
Liger
(19:30)
Barton
Steele
(9:58)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:14)
Barton
Steele
(19:09)
Takayama
TOA
(13:11)
Tanahashi
Yoshie
(30:58)
Wolf
Nakamura
Barton
Steele
(13:46)
X Wolf
Nakamura
(Forfeit)
Makai #1
Yasuda
(Forfeit)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(11:47)
Wolf
Nakamura
(21:22)
Takayama
TOA
(Forfeit)
Wolf
Nakamura
(10:13)
Chono
Liger
Chono
Liger
(19:30)
Wolf
Nakamura
(Forfeit)
X Makai #1
Yasuda
(12:59)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(Forfeit)
Nishimura
Tenzan
(Forfeit)
Takayama
TOA
(Forfeit)
Tanahashi
Yoshie
(Forfeit)
Makai #1
Yasuda
Barton
Steele
(9:58)
Makai #1
Yasuda
(Forfeit)
Makai #1
Yasuda
(12:59)
X Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:38)
Draw
(8:39)
Makai #1
Yasuda
(4:32)
Tanahashi
Yoshie
(12:21)
Nagata
Nakanishi
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:14)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(11:47)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(Forfeit)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(12:38)
X Nishimura
Tenzan
(21:05)
Takayama
TOA
(15:16)
Draw
(30:00)
Nishimura
Tenzan
Barton
Steele
(19:09)
Wolf
Nakamura
(21:22)
Nishimura
Tenzan
(Forfeit)
Draw
(8:39)
Nishimura
Tenzan
(21:05)
X Nishimura
Tenzan
(16:36)
Nishimura
Tenzan
(18:22)
Takayama
TOA
Takayama
TOA
(13:11)
Takayama
TOA
(Forfeit)
Takayama
TOA
(Forfeit)
Makai #1
Yasuda
(4:32)
Takayama
TOA
(15:16)
Nishimura
Tenzan
(16:36)
X Takayama
TOA
(9:00)
Tanahashi
Yoshie
Tanahashi
Yoshie
(30:58)
Wolf
Nakamura
(10:13)
Tanahashi
Yoshie
(Forfeit)
Tanahashi
Yoshie
(12:21)
Draw
(30:00)
Nishimura
Tenzan
(18:22)
Takayama
TOA
(9:00)
X
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1  Takayama and TOA Pin
  2  Nishimura and Tenzan Sub     2  Nishimura and Tenzan 14:10
  3  Nagata and Nakanishi 20:05  

2006[edit]

The 2006 G1 Tag League featured two blocks of five and ran from October 15 to November 6.[23]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Nagata 6 Giant Bernard and Travis Tomko 6
Masahiro Chono and Shinsuke Nakamura 4 Koji Kanemoto and Hiroshi Tanahashi 4
Akebono and Riki Choshu 4 Jushin Liger and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 4
Gedo and Jado 4 Tomohiro Ishii and Toru Yano 3
Shiro Koshinaka and Togi Makabe 2 Manabu Nakanishi and Naofumi Yamamoto 3
Block A Akebono
Choshu
Chono
Nakamura
Gedo
Jado
Iizuka
Nagata
Koshinaka
Makabe
Block B Bernard
Tomko
Ishii
Yano
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
Liger
Tenzan
Nakanishi
Yamamoto
Akebono
Choshu
X Chono
Nakamura
(8:45)
Akebono
Choshu
(5:14)
Iizuka
Nagata
(7:08)
Akebono
Choshu
(8:20)
Bernard
Tomko
X Bernard
Tomko
(12:03)
Bernard
Tomko
(17:16)
Bernard
Tomko
(13:27)
Nakanishi
Yamamoto
(12:33)
Chono
Nakamura
Chono
Nakamura
(8:45)
X Chono
Nakamura
(10:17)
Iizuka
Nagata
(17:45)
Koshinaka
Makabe
(11:54)
Ishii
Yano
Bernard
Tomko
(12:03)
X Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(19:01)
Draw
(14:43)
Ishii
Yano
(14:54)
Gedo
Jado
Akebono
Choshu
(5:14)
Chono
Nakamura
(10:17)
X Gedo
Jado
(16:47)
Gedo
Jado
(10:24)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
Bernard
Tomko
(17:16)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(19:01)
X Draw
(30:00)
Draw
(30:00)
Iizuka
Nagata
Iizuka
Nagata
(7:08)
Iizuka
Nagata
(17:45)
Gedo
Jado
(16:47)
X Iizuka
Nagata
(17:12)
Liger
Tenzan
Bernard
Tomko
(13:27)
Draw
(14:43)
Draw
(30:00)
X Liger
Tenzan
(17:16)
Koshinaka
Makabe
Akebono
Choshu
(8:20)
Koshinaka
Makabe
(11:54)
Gedo
Jado
(10:24)
Iizuka
Nagata
(17:12)
X Nakanishi
Yamamoto
Nakanishi
Yamamoto
(12:33)
Ishii
Yano
(14:54)
Draw
(30:00)
Liger
Tenzan
(17:16)
X
  Block B Decision Semifinals Finals
                           
   
  A1  Iizuka and Nagata Sub  
    B2  Kanemoto and Tanahashi 16:49  
B2  Kanemoto and Tanahashi Pin
  B3  Liger and Tenzan 14:24  
    B2  Kanemoto and Tanahashi Pin
  A2  Chono and Nakamura 18:32
     
   
B1  Bernard and Tomko Sub
    A2  Chono and Nakamura 8:16  
 

2007[edit]

The 2007 G1 Tag League was held from October 18, 2007 to November 2, 2007 over ten shows, featuring eight teams in one block. Due to a four-way tie for first place, a four-team semifinal was set up, with the matchups being randomly drawn.[24]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Giant Bernard and Travis Tomko 8
Hirooki Goto and Milano Collection AT 8
Koji Kanemoto and Hiroshi Tanahashi 8
Togi Makabe and Toru Yano 8
Takashi Iizuka and Naofumi Yamamoto 6
Gedo and Jado 6
Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi 6
Akebono and Masahiro Chono 6
Results Akebono
Chono
Bernard
Tomko
Gedo
Jado
Goto
Milano
Iizuka
Yamamoto
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
Makabe
Yano
Nagata
Nakanishi
Akebono
Chono
X Bernard
Tomko
(8:56)
Gedo
Jado
(5:48)
Akebono
Chono
(11:38)
Akebono
Chono
(12:42)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(13:49)
Makabe
Yano
(10:59)
Akebono
Chono
(17:08)
Bernard
Tomko
Bernard
Tomko
(8:56)
X Bernard
Tomko
(11:19)
Bernard
Tomko
(14:46)
Iizuka
Yamamoto
(8:53)
Bernard
Tomko
(19:01)
Makabe
Yano
(9:57)1
Nagata
Nakanishi
(13:53)
Gedo
Jado
Gedo
Jado
(5:48)
Bernard
Tomko
(11:19)
X Goto
Milano
(14:22)
Gedo
Jado
(12:54)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(10:31)
Makabe
Yano
(13:02)
Gedo
Jado
(15:23)
Goto
Milano
Akebono
Chono
(11:38)
Bernard
Tomko
(14:46)
Goto
Milano
(14:22)
X Iizuka
Yamamoto
(13:42)
Goto
Milano
(20:10)
Goto
Milano
(13:22)
Goto
Milano
(10:16)
Iizuka
Yamamoto
Akebono
Chono
(12:42)
Iizuka
Yamamoto
(8:53)
Gedo
Jado
(12:54)
Iizuka
Yamamoto
(13:42)
X Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(20:40)
Iizuka
Yamamoto
(10:13)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(18:19)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(13:49)
Bernard
Tomko
(19:01)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(10:31)
Goto
Milano
(20:10)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(20:40)
X Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(14:25)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:15)
Makabe
Yano
Makabe
Yano
(10:59)
Makabe
Yano
(9:57)1
Makabe
Yano
(13:02)
Goto
Milano
(13:22)
Iizuka
Yamamoto
(10:13)
Kanemoto
Tanahashi
(14:25)
X Makabe
Yano
(13:40)
Nagata
Nakanishi
Akebono
Chono
(17:08)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(13:53)
Gedo
Jado
(15:23)
Goto
Milano
(10:16)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:15)
Nagata
Nakanishi
(19:15)
Makabe
Yano
(13:40)
X
Semifinals Finals
           
1 Bernard and Tomko Pin
4 Makabe and Yano 6:44
1 Bernard and Tomko Pin
3 Kanemoto and Tanahashi 18:02
2 Goto and Milano Pin
3 Kanemoto and Tanahashi 14:20

1This was a handicap match, not involving Tomko due to scheduling conflicts.

2008[edit]

The 2008 G1 Tag League, featuring 12 teams in two blocks, will be held from October 18 to November 5.[25]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Hirooki Goto and Shinsuke Nakamura   7   Togi Makabe and Toru Yano   8  
Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan 6 Gedo and Jado 6
Giant Bernard and Rick Fuller 5 Manabu Nakanishi and Yutaka Yoshie 5
Wataru Inoue and Koji Kanemoto 4 Tetsuya Naito and Yujiro 4
Taichi Ishikari and Milano Collection AT 2 Negro Casas and Rocky Romero 2
Takashi Iizuka and Tomohiro Ishii 2 Mitsuhide Hirasawa and Yuji Nagata 1
Block A Bernard
Fuller
Goto
Nakamura
Iizuka
Ishii
Inoue
Kanemoto
Ishikari
Milano
Kojima
Tenzan
Bernard
Fuller
X Draw
(10:38)
Bernard
Fuller
(11:13)
Bernard
Fuller
(14:15)
Bernard
Fuller
(11:20)
Kojima
Tenzan
(14:29)
Goto
Nakamura
Draw
(10:38)
X Goto
Nakamura
(10:16)
Goto
Nakamura
(20:48)
Goto
Nakamura
(16:40)
Kojima
Tenzan
(24:47)
Iizuka
Ishii
Bernard
Fuller
(11:13)
Goto
Nakamura
(10:16)
X Inoue
Kanemoto
(11:52)
Ishikari
Milano
(3:53)
Iizuka
Ishii
(11:15)
Inoue
Kanemoto
Bernard
Fuller
(14:15)
Goto
Nakamura
(20:48)
Inoue
Kanemoto
(11:52)
X Inoue
Kanemoto
(13:21)
Kojima
Tenzan
(17:52)
Ishikari
Milano
Bernard
Fuller
(11:20)
Goto
Nakamura
(16:40)
Ishikari
Milano
(3:53)
Inoue
Kanemoto
(13:21)
X Kojima
Tenzan
(15:28)
Kojima
Tenzan
Kojima
Tenzan
(14:29)
Kojima
Tenzan
(24:47)
Iizuka
Ishii
(11:15)
Kojima
Tenzan
(17:52)
Kojima
Tenzan
(15:28)
X
Block B Gedo
Jado
Hirasawa
Nagata
Makabe
Yano
Naito
Yujiro
Nakanishi
Yoshie
Casas
Romero
Gedo
Jado
X Gedo
Jado
(12:51)
Makabe
Yano
(16:29)
Gedo
Jado
(15:34)
Gedo
Jado
(16:25)
Casas
Romero
(11:53)
Hirasawa
Nagata
Gedo
Jado
(12:51)
X Makabe
Yano
(12:01)
Naito
Yujiro
(12:18)
Draw
(30:00)
Casas
Romero
(9:34)
Makabe
Yano
Makabe
Yano
(16:29)
Makabe
Yano
(12:01)
X Makabe
Yano
(13:36)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(18:30)
Makabe
Yano
(13:00)
Naito
Yujiro
Gedo
Jado
(15:34)
Naito
Yujiro
(12:18)
Makabe
Yano
(13:36)
X Nakanishi
Yoshie
(15:57)
Naito
Yujiro
(13:24)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
Gedo
Jado
(16:25)
Draw
(30:00)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(18:30)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(15:57)
X Nakanishi
Yoshie
(9:57)
Casas
Romero
Casas
Romero
(11:53)
Casas
Romero
(9:34)
Makabe
Yano
(13:00)
Naito
Yujiro
(13:24)
Nakanishi
Yoshie
(9:57)
X
  Block A Decision Semifinals Final
                           
   
  A1  Kojima and Tenzan Pin  
    B2  Nakanishi and Yoshie 19:45  
 
     
    A1  Kojima and Tenzan Submission
  B1  Makabe and Yano 23:56
     
   
B1  Makabe and Yano Pin
    A2  Goto and Nakamura 11:49  
A2  Goto and Nakamura Pin
  A3  Bernard and Fuller 11:22  

2009[edit]

The 2009 G1 Tag League featured two blocks of five and ran from October 17 through November 1.[26]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Shinsuke Nakamura and Toru Yano   6   Karl Anderson and Giant Bernard   8  
Manabu Nakanishi and Takao Omori 6 Prince Devitt and Ryusuke Taguchi 4
Wataru Inoue and Yuji Nagata 4 Togi Makabe and Tomoaki Honma 4
Tomohiro Ishii and Masato Tanaka 4 Masahiro Chono and Akira 2
Hirooki Goto and Kazuchika Okada 0 Gedo and Jado 2
Block A Goto
Okada
Inoue
Nagata
Ishii
Tanaka
Nakamura
Yano
Nakanishi
Omori
Block B Akira
Chono
Anderson
Bernard
Devitt
Taguchi
Gedo
Jado
Honma
Makabe
Goto
Okada
X Inoue
Nagata
(17:06)
Ishii
Tanaka
(12:00)
Nakamura
Yano
(15:39)
Nakanishi
Omori
(12:13)
Akira
Chono
X Anderson
Bernard
(8:45)
Devitt
Taguchi
(12:59)
Akira
Chono
(13:10)
Honma
Makabe
(14:16)
Inoue
Nagata
Inoue
Nagata
(17:06)
X Ishii
Tanaka
(14:23)
Inoue
Nagata
(16:27)
Nakanishi
Omori
(17:07)
Anderson
Bernard
Anderson
Bernard
(8:45)
X Anderson
Bernard
(11:20)
Anderson
Bernard
(11:51)
Anderson
Bernard
(11:32)
Ishii
Tanaka
Ishii
Tanaka
(12:00)
Ishii
Tanaka
(14:23)
X Nakamura
Yano
(14:26)
Nakanishi
Omori
(14:23)
Devitt
Taguchi
Devitt
Taguchi
(12:59)
Anderson
Bernard
(11:20)
X Gedo
Jado
(13:23)
Devitt
Taguchi
(10:29)
Nakamura
Yano
Nakamura
Yano
(15:39)
Inoue
Nagata
(16:27)
Nakamura
Yano
(14:26)
X Nakamura
Yano
(16:55)
Gedo
Jado
Akira
Chono
(13:10)
Anderson
Bernard
(11:51)
Gedo
Jado
(13:23)
X Honma
Makabe
(13:02)
Nakanishi
Omori
Nakanishi
Omori
(12:13)
Nakanishi
Omori
(17:07)
Nakanishi
Omori
(14:23)
Nakamura
Yano
(16:55)
X Honma
Makabe
Honma
Makabe
(14:16)
Anderson
Bernard
(11:32)
Devitt
Taguchi
(10:29)
Honma
Makabe
(13:02)
X
Semifinals Finals
           
A1 Nakamura and Yano Pin
B2 Devitt and Taguchi 9:39
B2 Devitt and Taguchi Pin
B1 Anderson and Bernard 16:01
B1 Anderson and Bernard Pin
A2 Nakanishi and Omori 11:31

2010[edit]

The 2010 G1 Tag League featured two blocks of six and ran from October 22 through November 7.[31][32]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Yuji Nagata and Wataru Inoue   8   Tetsuya Naito and Yujiro Takahashi   6  
Manabu Nakanishi and Strong Man 8 Giant Bernard and Karl Anderson 6
Masato Tanaka and Tomohiro Ishii 6 Hiroshi Tanahashi and Tajiri 6
Hirooki Goto and Tama Tonga 4 Daniel Puder and Shinsuke Nakamura 4
Togi Makabe and Tomoaki Honma 4 Terrible and El Texano, Jr. 4
King Fale and Super Strong Machine 0 Takashi Iizuka and Toru Yano 4
Block A Goto
Tonga
Fale
Machine
Nakanishi
Strong Man
Tanaka
Ishii
Makabe
Honma
Nagata
Inoue
Goto
Tonga
X Goto
Tonga
(10:56)[33]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(10:38)[34]
Tanaka
Ishii
(13:50)[35]
Goto
Tonga
(14:09)[36]
Nagata
Inoue
(14:24)[37]
Fale
Machine
Goto
Tonga
(10:56)[33]
X Nakanishi
Strong Man
(11:48)[38]
Tanaka
Ishii
(11:00)[39]
Makabe
Honma
(8:24)[40]
Nagata
Inoue
(13:18)[35]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(10:38)[34]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(11:48)[38]
X Nakanishi
Strong Man
(14:32)[37]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(10:33)[41]
Nagata
Inoue
(10:39)[36]
Tanaka
Ishii
Tanaka
Ishii
(13:50)[35]
Tanaka
Ishii
(11:00)[39]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(14:32)[37]
X Tanaka
Ishii
(13:43)[42]
Nagata
Inoue
(14:09)[41]
Makabe
Honma
Goto
Tonga
(14:09)[36]
Makabe
Honma
(8:24)[40]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(10:33)[41]
Tanaka
Ishii
(13:43)[42]
X Makabe
Honma
(16:13)[34]
Nagata
Inoue
Nagata
Inoue
(14:24)[37]
Nagata
Inoue
(13:18)[35]
Nagata
Inoue
(10:39)[36]
Nagata
Inoue
(14:09)[41]
Makabe
Honma
(16:13)[34]
X
Block B Puder
Nakamura
Bernard
Anderson
Tanahashi
Tajiri
Iizuka
Yano
Terrible
Texano, Jr.
Naito
Takahashi
Puder
Nakamura
X Bernard
Anderson
(10:46)[36]
Tanahashi
Tajiri
(14:34)[34]
Puder
Nakamura
(8:37)[42]
Puder
Nakamura
(10:19)[38]
Naito
Takahashi
(11:56)[37]
Bernard
Anderson
Bernard
Anderson
(10:46)[36]
X Bernard
Anderson
(13:41)[37]
Iizuka
Yano
(14:06)[39]
Bernard
Anderson
(10:47)[41]
Naito
Takahashi
(15:23)[40]
Tanahashi
Tajiri
Tanahashi
Tajiri
(14:34)[34]
Bernard
Anderson
(13:41)[37]
X Tanahashi
Tajiri
(14:15)[35]
Tanahashi
Tajiri
(12:37)[42]
Naito
Takahashi
(17:47)[41]
Iizuka
Yano
Puder
Nakamura
(8:37)[42]
Iizuka
Yano
(14:06)[39]
Tanahashi
Tajiri
(14:15)[35]
X Terrible
Texano, Jr.
(8:47)[34]
Iizuka
Yano
(14:46)[33]
Terrible
Texano, Jr.
Puder
Nakamura
(10:19)[38]
Bernard
Anderson
(10:47)[41]
Tanahashi
Tajiri
(12:37)[42]
Terrible
Texano, Jr.
(8:47)[34]
X Terrible
Texano, Jr.
(12:07)[35]
Naito
Takahashi
Naito
Takahashi
(11:56)[37]
Naito
Takahashi
(15:23)[40]
Naito
Takahashi
(17:47)[41]
Iizuka
Yano
(14:46)[33]
Terrible
Texano, Jr.
(12:07)[35]
X
Semifinals Finals
           
A1 Nagata and Inoue Pin
B2 Bernard and Anderson 9:54[27]
A1 Nagata and Inoue Pin
B1 Naito and Takahashi 17:49[27]
B1 Naito and Takahashi Pin
A2 Nakanishi and Strong Man 11:54[27]

2011[edit]

The 2011 G1 Tag League featured two blocks of six and ran from October 22 through November 6.[43][44]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Giant Bernard and Karl Anderson   8   Shinsuke Nakamura and Toru Yano   10  
Lance Archer and Minoru Suzuki 8 Hirooki Goto and Hiroshi Tanahashi 6
Masato Tanaka and Yujiro Takahashi 6 Satoshi Kojima and Togi Makabe 6
Tetsuya Naito and Tomoaki Honma 4 Don Fujii and Tomohiro Ishii 4
Strong Man and Tama Tonga 2 Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Wataru Inoue 4
King Fale and Yuji Nagata 2 Hideo Saito and Takashi Iizuka 0
Block A Bernard
Anderson
Fale
Nagata
Archer
Suzuki
Tanaka
Takahashi
Strong Man
Tonga
Naito
Honma
Bernard
Anderson
X Bernard
Anderson
(11:20)[45]
Bernard
Anderson
(11:50)[46]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(11:35)[47]
Bernard
Anderson
(12:01)[48]
Bernard
Anderson
(13:41)[49]
Fale
Nagata
Bernard
Anderson
(11:20)[45]
X Archer
Suzuki
(11:56)[47]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(11:49)[46]
Strong Man
Tonga
(10:30)[50]
Fale
Nagata
(12:09)[51]
Archer
Suzuki
Bernard
Anderson
(11:50)[46]
Archer
Suzuki
(11:56)[47]
X Archer
Suzuki
(12:24)[50]
Archer
Suzuki
(14:54)[45]
Archer
Suzuki
(12:49)[48]
Tanaka
Takahashi
Tanaka
Takahashi
(11:35)[47]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(11:49)[46]
Archer
Suzuki
(12:24)[50]
X Tanaka
Takahashi
(9:35)[51]
Naito
Honma
(10:45)[45]
Strong Man
Tonga
Bernard
Anderson
(12:01)[48]
Strong Man
Tonga
(10:30)[50]
Archer
Suzuki
(14:54)[45]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(9:35)[51]
X Naito
Honma
(11:56)[46]
Naito
Honma
Bernard
Anderson
(13:41)[49]
Fale
Nagata
(12:09)[51]
Archer
Suzuki
(12:49)[48]
Naito
Honma
(10:45)[45]
Naito
Honma
(11:56)[46]
X
Block B Fujii
Ishii
Saito
Iizuka
Goto
Tanahashi
Tenzan
Inoue
Kojima
Makabe
Nakamura
Yano
Fujii
Ishii
X Fujii
Ishii
(10:17)[46]
Goto
Tanahashi
(18:07)[47]
Fujii
Ishii
(12:22)[51]
Kojima
Makabe
(12:39)[48]
Nakamura
Yano
(13:21)[49]
Saito
Iizuka
Fujii
Ishii
(10:17)[46]
X Goto
Tanahashi
(14:16)[51]
Tenzan
Inoue
(12:37)[49]
Kojima
Makabe
(11:13)[50]
Nakamura
Yano
(10:02)[48]
Goto
Tanahashi
Goto
Tanahashi
(18:07)[47]
Goto
Tanahashi
(14:16)[51]
X Tenzan
Inoue
(15:37)[50]
Goto
Tanahashi
(17:49)[45]
Nakamura
Yano
(16:56)[46]
Tenzan
Inoue
Fujii
Ishii
(12:22)[51]
Tenzan
Inoue
(12:37)[49]
Tenzan
Inoue
(15:37)[50]
X Kojima
Makabe
(14:20)[46]
Nakamura
Yano
(15:37)[45]
Kojima
Makabe
Kojima
Makabe
(12:39)[48]
Kojima
Makabe
(11:13)[50]
Goto
Tanahashi
(17:49)[45]
Kojima
Makabe
(14:20)[46]
X Nakamura
Yano
(13:04)[47]
Nakamura
Yano
Nakamura
Yano
(13:21)[49]
Nakamura
Yano
(10:02)[48]
Nakamura
Yano
(16:56)[46]
Nakamura
Yano
(15:37)[45]
Nakamura
Yano
(13:04)[47]
X
Semifinals Finals
           
A1 Bernard and Anderson Pin
B2 Goto and Tanahashi 12:10[28]
A1 Bernard and Anderson Pin
A2 Archer and Suzuki 17:42[28]
B1 Nakamura and Yano Pin
A2 Archer and Suzuki 12:08[28]

2012[edit]

The 2012 edition of the newly rebranded World Tag League took place from November 20 through December 2.[52][53]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Togi Makabe and Wataru Inoue   8   Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima   8  
Hirooki Goto and Karl Anderson 8 Davey Boy Smith, Jr. and Lance Archer 8
Masaaki Mochizuki and Yuji Nagata 8 Masato Tanaka and Yujiro Takahashi 6
Shinsuke Nakamura and Tomohiro Ishii 6 Takashi Iizuka and Toru Yano 6
Kazuchika Okada and Yoshi-Hashi 6 MVP and Shelton Benjamin 6
Kengo Mashimo and Minoru Suzuki 6 Manabu Nakanishi and Strong Man 4
Captain New Japan and Hiroshi Tanahashi 0 Diamante Azul and Rush 4
Block A Captain
Tanahashi
Goto
Anderson
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
Mashimo
Suzuki
Mochizuki
Nagata
Nakamura
Ishii
Makabe
Inoue
Captain
Tanahashi
X Goto
Anderson
(11:54)[54]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(14:09)[55]
Mashimo
Suzuki
(15:01)[56]
Mochizuki
Nagata
(13:14)[57]
Nakamura
Ishii
(14:36)[58]
Makabe
Inoue
(11:40)[59]
Goto
Anderson
Goto
Anderson
(11:54)[54]
X Goto
Anderson
(14:41)[60]
Mashimo
Suzuki
(11:09)[59]
Goto
Anderson
(13:02)[58]
Goto
Anderson
(15:14)[61]
Makabe
Inoue
(10:11)[56]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(14:09)[55]
Goto
Anderson
(14:41)[60]
X Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(13:40)[61]
Mochizuki
Nagata
(12:17)[54]
Nakamura
Ishii
(14:12)[56]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(12:43)[57]
Mashimo
Suzuki
Mashimo
Suzuki
(15:01)[56]
Mashimo
Suzuki
(11:09)[59]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(13:40)[61]
X Mochizuki
Nagata
(11:14)[60]
Nakamura
Ishii
(13:54)[54]
Mashimo
Suzuki
(10:27)[55]
Mochizuki
Nagata
Mochizuki
Nagata
(13:14)[57]
Goto
Anderson
(13:02)[58]
Mochizuki
Nagata
(12:17)[54]
Mochizuki
Nagata
(11:14)[60]
X Mochizuki
Nagata
(11:29)[55]
Makabe
Inoue
(10:32)[61]
Nakamura
Ishii
Nakamura
Ishii
(14:36)[58]
Goto
Anderson
(15:14)[61]
Nakamura
Ishii
(14:12)[56]
Nakamura
Ishii
(13:54)[54]
Mochizuki
Nagata
(11:29)[55]
X Makabe
Inoue
(13:17)[60]
Makabe
Inoue
Makabe
Inoue
(11:40)[59]
Makabe
Inoue
(10:11)[56]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(12:43)[57]
Mashimo
Suzuki
(10:27)[55]
Makabe
Inoue
(10:32)[61]
Makabe
Inoue
(13:17)[60]
X
Block B Smith
Archer
Azul
Rush
Tenzan
Kojima
Nakanishi
Strong Man
Tanaka
Takahashi
MVP
Benjamin
Iizuka
Yano
Smith
Archer
X Smith
Archer
(5:33)[61]
Tenzan
Kojima
(13:29)[55]
Smith
Archer
(10:02)[54]
Smith
Archer
(10:13)[60]
MVP
Benjamin
(12:45)[56]
Smith
Archer
(8:47)[58]
Azul
Rush
Smith
Archer
(5:33)[61]
X Azul
Rush
(10:49)[56]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(6:22)[57]
Azul
Rush
(7:46)[54]
MVP
Benjamin
(3:16)[58]
Iizuka
Yano
(8:44)[59]
Tenzan
Kojima
Tenzan
Kojima
(13:29)[55]
Azul
Rush
(10:49)[56]
X Tenzan
Kojima
(12:34)[60]
Tenzan
Kojima
(15:14)[57]
Tenzan
Kojima
(14:02)[54]
Iizuka
Yano
(13:50)[61]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
Smith
Archer
(10:02)[54]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(6:22)[57]
Tenzan
Kojima
(12:34)[60]
X Tanaka
Takahashi
(9:35)[59]
MVP
Benjamin
(12:22)[61]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(8:46)[55]
Tanaka
Takahashi
Smith
Archer
(10:13)[60]
Azul
Rush
(7:46)[54]
Tenzan
Kojima
(15:14)[57]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(9:35)[59]
X Tanaka
Takahashi
(10:08)[55]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(10:29)[56]
MVP
Benjamin
MVP
Benjamin
(12:45)[56]
MVP
Benjamin
(3:16)[58]
Tenzan
Kojima
(14:02)[54]
MVP
Benjamin
(12:22)[61]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(10:08)[55]
X Iizuka
Yano
(5:29)[60]
Iizuka
Yano
Smith
Archer
(8:47)[58]
Iizuka
Yano
(8:44)[59]
Iizuka
Yano
(13:50)[61]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(8:46)[55]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(10:29)[56]
Iizuka
Yano
(5:29)[60]
X
Semifinals Finals
           
A1 Makabe and Inoue Pin
B2 Smith and Archer 12:10[29]
B2 Smith and Archer Pin
A2 Goto and Anderson 15:36[29]
B1 Tenzan and Kojima Pin
A2 Goto and Anderson 14:41[29]

2013[edit]

The 2013 edition of the World Tag League took place from November 23 through December 8.[62][63]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Davey Boy Smith, Jr. and Lance Archer   10   Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson   8  
Togi Makabe and Tomoaki Honma 8 Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima 8
Bad Luck Fale and Prince Devitt 6 Jax Dane and Rob Conway 6
Masato Tanaka and Yujiro Takahashi 6 Minoru Suzuki and Shelton X Benjamin 6
Shinsuke Nakamura and Tomohiro Ishii 6 La Sombra and Tetsuya Naito 6
Manabu Nakanishi and Strong Man 4 Kazuchika Okada and Yoshi-Hashi 4
Captain New Japan and Hiroshi Tanahashi 2 Takashi Iizuka and Toru Yano 4
Block A Fale
Devitt
Captain
Tanahashi
Smith
Archer
Nakanishi
Strong Man
Tanaka
Takahashi
Nakamura
Ishii
Makabe
Honma
Fale
Devitt
X Captain
Tanahashi
(10:10)[64]
Smith
Archer
(9:12)[65]
Fale
Devitt
(7:38)[66]
Fale
Devitt
(8:58)[67]
Nakamura
Ishii
(10:47)[68]
Fale
Devitt
(10:11)[69]
Captain
Tanahashi
Captain
Tanahashi
(10:10)[64]
X Smith
Archer
(10:29)[70]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(9:05)[71]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(11:18)[72]
Nakamura
Ishii
(13:12)[69]
Makabe
Honma
(10:16)[73]
Smith
Archer
Smith
Archer
(9:12)[65]
Smith
Archer
(10:29)[70]
X Smith
Archer
(9:08)[74]
Smith
Archer
(10:17)[75]
Nakamura
Ishii
(13:02)[71]
Smith
Archer
(11:09)[66]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
Fale
Devitt
(7:38)[66]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(9:05)[71]
Smith
Archer
(9:08)[74]
X Tanaka
Takahashi
(9:13)[73]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(8:32)[65]
Makabe
Honma
(8:35)[75]
Tanaka
Takahashi
Fale
Devitt
(8:58)[67]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(11:18)[72]
Smith
Archer
(10:17)[75]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(9:13)[73]
X Tanaka
Takahashi
(14:10)[70]
Makabe
Honma
(10:52)[68]
Nakamura
Ishii
Nakamura
Ishii
(10:47)[68]
Nakamura
Ishii
(13:12)[69]
Nakamura
Ishii
(13:02)[71]
Nakanishi
Strong Man
(8:32)[65]
Tanaka
Takahashi
(14:10)[70]
X Makabe
Honma
(13:05)[64]
Makabe
Honma
Fale
Devitt
(10:11)[69]
Makabe
Honma
(10:16)[73]
Smith
Archer
(11:09)[66]
Makabe
Honma
(8:35)[75]
Makabe
Honma
(10:52)[68]
Makabe
Honma
(13:05)[64]
X
Block B Gallows
Anderson
Tenzan
Kojima
Dane
Conway
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
Suzuki
Benjamin
Sombra
Naito
Iizuka
Yano
Gallows
Anderson
X Gallows
Anderson
(9:45)[68]
Gallows
Anderson
(9:25)[64]
Gallows
Anderson
(11:09)[67]
Suzuki
Benjamin
(9:51)[70]
Sombra
Naito
(11:22)[72]
Gallows
Anderson
(9:56)[71]
Tenzan
Kojima
Gallows
Anderson
(9:45)[68]
X Tenzan
Kojima
(10:36)[69]
Tenzan
Kojima
(13:29)[75]
Tenzan
Kojima
(12:39)[71]
Tenzan
Kojima
(12:49)[67]
Iizuka
Yano
(8:57)[72]
Dane
Conway
Gallows
Anderson
(9:25)[64]
Tenzan
Kojima
(10:36)[69]
X Dane
Conway
(11:05)[74]
Suzuki
Benjamin
(9:06)[65]
Dane
Conway
(8:23)[75]
Dane
Conway
(8:02)[73]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
Gallows
Anderson
(11:09)[67]
Tenzan
Kojima
(13:29)[75]
Dane
Conway
(11:05)[74]
X Suzuki
Benjamin
(11:37)[66]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(14:04)[69]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(11:39)[70]
Suzuki
Benjamin
Suzuki
Benjamin
(9:51)[70]
Tenzan
Kojima
(12:39)[71]
Suzuki
Benjamin
(9:06)[65]
Suzuki
Benjamin
(11:37)[66]
X Sombra
Naito
(7:02)[68]
Iizuka
Yano
(7:33)[64]
Sombra
Naito
Sombra
Naito
(11:22)[72]
Tenzan
Kojima
(12:49)[67]
Dane
Conway
(8:23)[75]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(14:04)[69]
Sombra
Naito
(7:02)[68]
X Sombra
Naito
(9:08)[74]
Iizuka
Yano
Gallows
Anderson
(9:56)[71]
Iizuka
Yano
(8:57)[72]
Dane
Conway
(8:02)[73]
Okada
Yoshi-Hashi
(11:39)[70]
Iizuka
Yano
(7:33)[64]
Sombra
Naito
(9:08)[74]
X
Semifinals Finals
           
A1 Smith and Archer Pin
B2 Tenzan and Kojima 12:54[30]
B2 Tenzan and Kojima Pin
B1 Gallows and Anderson 18:57[30]
B1 Gallows and Anderson Pin
A2 Makabe and Honma 8:38[30]

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