The 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.
||November 22, 1955
||Defeated King Kong Czaya in tournament final to become the first champion.
|Title vacated on December 15, 1963 when Rikidōzan dies due to stab wounds he suffered a week earlier, on December 8, in Tokyo.
||November 9, 1968
||Seoul, South Korea
||Defeated Buddy Austin to win the vacant title.
||January 15, 1971
||February 2, 1971
||The title became inactive in 1973, when the JWA closed, and was reactivated in 1976.
|Title held up after on September 24, 1976, after a match against Waldo Von Erich in Omiya, Japan.
||October 21, 1976
||Defeated Waldo Von Erich in a rematch to win the held up title.
||October 29, 1977
||Already held the PWF Heavyweight Championship, so both titles may have been defended simultaneously, or not at all.
|Title vacated on April 13, 1981.
|Ohki, who had not wrestled in nearly a decade, officially retired on February 4, 1995, and the title was abandoned.