All Asia Heavyweight Championship was a title contested for in All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW). Prior to being used in AJPW, the title was defended in the Japan Wrestling Association (JWA). On July 29, 1976,  New Japan Pro Wrestling recognized Tiger Jeet Singh as the champion after he defeated Seiji Sakaguchi, but Singh abandoned his version of the title on May 21, 1981. 
Title history [ edit ]
The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
November 22, 1955
House show Defeated
King Kong Czaya in tournament final to become the first champion.
December 15, 1963 N/A
Title vacated when Rikidōzan died.
Ohki, Kintaro Kintaro Ohki 1
November 9, 1968
Seoul, South Korea
House show Defeated Buddy Austin to win the vacant title.
Bill Dromo 1
January 15, 1971
Ohki, Kintaro Kintaro Ohki 2
February 2, 1971
House show The title became inactive on April 14, 1973, when the JWA closed, and was reactivated on March 26, 1976 after New Japan Pro Wrestling announces creation of its own version of the title.
September 24, 1976 N/A
Title held up after match against
Waldo Von Erich in Omiya, Japan.
Ohki, Kintaro Kintaro Ohki 3
October 21, 1976
House show Defeated Waldo Von Erich in a rematch to win the held up title.
Giant Baba 1
October 29, 1977
House show Already held the
PWF Heavyweight Championship, so both titles may have been defended simultaneously, or not at all.
April 13, 1981 N/A
Championship vacated for undocumented reasons.
Ohki, Kintaro Kintaro Ohki 4
- Title abandoned
February 4, 1995 N/A
Ohki, who had not wrestled in nearly a decade, officially retired and the title was abandoned.
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^ While not being defended for nearly a decade the championship was not officially retired until Ohki officially retired, which puts this title reign at between 3,687 and 3,948 days.
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