AAAW Single Championship

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AAAW Single Championship
Details
Promotion Gaea Japan
Date established November 2, 1996
Other name(s)
AAAW Heavyweight Championship

The AAAW (All Asia Athlete Women's) Single Championship or AAAW Championship was a women's professional wrestling championship belt contested in the Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion Gaea Japan The belt was abandoned in 2005, after Gaea was closed down.

History[edit]

# Wrestler Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes
1 Chigusa Nagayo 1 November 2, 1996 322 Singapore GAEA We Are GAEA Japan! Defeated Devil Masami to become the first AAAW Champion.
2 Devil Masami 1 September 20, 1997 337 Kawasaki, Japan Live Event
3 Chigusa Nagayo 2 August 23, 1998 268 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
4 Aja Kong 1 May 18, 1999 606 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
5 Mayumi Ozaki 1 January 14, 2001 287 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
6 Aja Kong 2 October 28, 2001 45 Nagoya, Japan Live Event
7 Meiko Satomura 1 December 12, 2001 172 Kawasaki, Japan Live Event
8 Chikayo Nagashima 1 June 2, 2002 140 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
9 Manami Toyota 1 October 20, 2002 406 Yokohama, Japan Live Event
10 Dynamite Kansai 1 November 30, 2003 42 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
11 Ayako Hamada 1 January 11, 2004 110 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
12 Meiko Satomura 2 April 30, 2004 338 Tokyo, Japan Live Event
13 Aja Kong 3 April 3, 2005 7 Yokohama, Japan Live Event
- Deactivated - April 10, 2005 - - - Title retired at final Gaea show.

List of combined reigns[edit]

Rank Wrestler # of
Reigns
Combined
Days
1 Aja Kong 3 658
2 Chigusa Nagayo 2 590
3 Meiko Satomura 2 510
4 Manami Toyota 1 406
5 Devil Masami 1 337
6 Mayumi Ozaki 1 287
7 Chikayo Nagashima 1 140
8 Ayako Hamada 1 110
9 Dynamite Kansai 1 42

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Devil Masami Profile". Retrieved 2007-07-13. 
  2. ^ "Chikayo Nagashima Profile". Retrieved 2007-07-13. 

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