All Asia Tag Team Championship

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All Asia Tag Team Championship
Details
Current champion(s) Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Date won March 22, 2015
Date established November 16, 1955
Promotion Japan Wrestling Association (1955-1973)
All Japan Pro Wrestling (1976-present)
Other name(s)
Asia Tag Team Championship

The (All) Asia Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team title in Japanese promotion All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW). It was created on November 16, 1955 in the Japan Wrestling Association (JWA) when King Kong Czaya & Tiger Jokinder defeated JWA founder Rikidōzan & Harold Sakata in a tournament final.[1] It was abandoned in 1973 when the JWA closed, but was later revived in 1976 by AJPW.[2] It is currently one of two tag team titles in AJPW, along with the World Tag Team Championship. It is also the oldest active title in Japan.[1] There have been a total 97 official reigns.

Title history[edit]

#: Name(s): Reigns: Date: Location: Notes:
1 King Kong Czaya & Tiger Jokinder 1 November 16, 1955 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Rikidōzan & Harold Sakata in a two out of three falls tournament final.[3]
Vacated due to Czaya & Jokinder splitting up.[1]
2 Dan Miller & Frank Valois 1 June 2, 1960 Osaka, Japan Defeated Rikidōzan & Michiaki Yoshimura.[1]
3 Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 1 June 7, 1960 Nagoya, Japan [2]
4 Luther Lindsay & Ricky Waldo 1 February 3, 1962 Tokyo, Japan [2]
5 Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 2 February 15, 1962 Tokyo, Japan [2]
6 Buddy Austin & Mike Sharpe 1 June 4, 1962 Osaka, Japan [2]
7 Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 3 July 1, 1962 Toyonaka, Japan [2]
Vacated in January 1963 due to Toyonobori getting injured.[2]
8 Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 4 May 6, 1963 Sapporo, Japan Defeated Fred Atkins & Killer Kowalski.[2]
Vacated on December 15, 1963 due to Rikidōzan dying of stab wounds sustained on December 8, 1963.[2]
9 Toyonobori (5) & Michiaki Yoshimura 1 February 20, 1964 Nagoya, Japan Defeated Prince Curtis Iaukea & Don Manoukian.[2]
10 Caripus Hurricane & Gene Kiniski 1 May 14, 1964 Yokohama, Japan [1]
11 Giant Baba & Toyonobori (6) 1 May 29, 1964 Sapporo, Japan [1]
12 The Destroyer & Billy Red Lyons 1 June 3, 1965 Sapporo, Japan [1]
13 Giant Baba (2) & Toyonobori (7) 2 July 15, 1965 Shizuoka, Japan [2]
Vacated on January 5, 1966 due to Toyonobori taking a leave of absence.[2]
14 Joe Carrolo & Killer Karl Kox 1 May 26, 1966 Sendai, Japan Defeated Giant Baba & Michiaki Yoshimura.[1]
15 Hiro Matsuda & Michiaki Yoshimura (2) 1 May 28, 1966 Sapporo, Japan [1]
16 Eddie Graham & Killer Karl Kox (2) 1 June 27, 1966 Nagoya, Japan [1]
17 Giant Baba (3) & Michiaki Yoshimura (3) 1 July 1, 1966 Hiroshima, Japan [1]
Vacated on November 5, 1966 due to Baba winning the NWA International Tag Team Championship.[2]
18 Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura (4) 1 December 3, 1966 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Eddie Morea & Tarzan Zorro.[1]
Vacated in April 1967 due to Ohki getting injured in a car accident.[2]
19 Antonio Inoki & Michiaki Yoshimura (5) 1 May 26, 1967 Sapporo, Japan Defeated Ike Eakins & Waldo Von Erich.[2]
Vacated on October 31, 1967 due to Inoki winning the NWA International Tag Team title.[2]
20 Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura (6) 2 January 6, 1968 Osaka, Japan Defeated Bill Miller & Rick Hunter.[2]
21 Klondike Bill & Skull Murphy 1 July 8, 1968 Tokyo, Japan [2]
22 Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura (7) 3 July 30, 1968 Sapporo, Japan [1]
Vacated on January 21, 1969 due to Yoshimura making an excursion to the United States.[2]
23 Antonio Inoki (2) & Kintaro Ohki (4) 1 February 3, 1969 Sapporo, Japan Defeated Tom Jones & Buster Royd.[2]
Vacated on July 3, 1969 so Ohki could focus on defending the All Asia Heavyweight Championship.[2]
24 Antonio Inoki (3) & Michiaki Yoshimura (8) 2 August 9, 1969 Nagoya, Japan Defeated Crusher Lisowski & Al Mahilik.[1]
Vacated on October 10, 1969 in Yamagata, Japan after a controversial match against Mr. Atomic & Buddy Austin.[2]
25 Antonio Inoki (4) & Michiaki Yoshimura (9) 3 October 30, 1969 Gifu, Japan Defeated Mr. Atomic & Buddy Austin in a rematch.[2]
Vacated in December 1971 due to Inoki leaving the JWA.[2]
26 Seiji Sakaguchi & Michiaki Yoshimura (10) 1 December 12, 1971 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Dory Funk, Jr. & Dick Murdoch.[1]
Vacated on January 30, 1973 due to Yoshimura retiring.[2]
27 The Great Kojika & Gentetsu Matsuoka 1 March 3, 1973 Osaka, Japan Defeated Killer Karl Krupp & Kurt Von Steiger.[2]
Title was abandoned on April 20, 1973 due to the JWA closing.[2]
28 The Great Kojika (2) & Motoshi Okuma 1 March 26, 1976 Seoul, South Korea Defeated two Korean representatives to revive the title in AJPW.[2]
29 Jerry Oates & Ted Oates 1 October 2, 1976 Tokyo, Japan [1]
30 Samson Kutsuwada & Akihisa Takachiho 1 October 21, 1976 Fukushima, Japan [1]
31 The Great Kojika (3) & Motoshi Okuma 2 June 16, 1977 Tokyo, Japan [1]
32 Animal Hamaguchi & Mighty Inoue 1 November 6, 1977 Tokyo, Japan [1]
33 The Great Kojika (4) & Motoshi Okuma 3 February 22, 1978 Gifu, Japan [1]
Vacated due to inactivity.[1]
34 The Great Kojika (5) & Motoshi Okuma 4 May 31, 1979 Noshiro, Japan Defeated Butch Miller & Sweet Williams.[2]
35 David Von Erich & Kevin Von Erich 1 May 23, 1981 Tokyo, Japan [1]
36 Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato 1 June 11, 1981 Tokyo, Japan [1]
Vacated in January 1983 due to Sato getting injured.[2]
37 Ashura Hara & Mighty Inoue (2) 1 February 23, 1983 Takaishi, Japan Defeated The Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma.[1]
Vacated on February 1984 so Inoue could focus on the NWA International Junior Heavyweight Championship.[2]
38 Ashura Hara (2) & Takashi Ishikawa (2) 1 February 16, 1984 Nagasaki, Japan Defeated Thomas Ivey & Jerry Morrow.[2]
Vacated on October 22, 1984[2]
39 Takashi Ishikawa (3) & Akio Sato (2) 2 April 15, 1985 Nagasaki, Japan Defeated Animal Hamaguchi & Masanobu Kurisu.[1]
40 Animal Hamaguchi (2) & Isamu Teranishi 1 July 18, 1985 Tokyo, Japan [1]
41 Norio Honaga & Isamu Teranishi 1 1985 Honaga replaced Hamaguchi due to injury.[1]
42 Mighty Inoue (3) & Takashi Ishikawa (4) 1 October 31, 1985 Tsuruoka, Japan [1]
43 Ashura Hara (3) & Super Strong Machine 1 October 30, 1986 Aomori, Japan [1]
Vacated in 1987 due to Machine leaving AJPW.[2]
44 Mighty Inoue (4) & Takashi Ishikawa (5) 2 July 30, 1987 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Masanobu Kurisu & Isamu Teranishi in a tournament final.[2]
45 Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada
(Footloose)
1 March 9, 1988 Yokohama, Japan [1]
46 Shinichi Nakano & Shunji Takano 1 September 9, 1988 Chiba, Japan [1]
47 Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada
(Footloose)
2 September 15, 1988 Tokyo, Japan [1]
48 Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat 1 June 5, 1989 Tokyo, Japan [1]
49 Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada
(Footloose)
3 October 20, 1989 Nagoya, Japan [1]
50 Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 2 March 2, 1990 Nagoya, Japan [1]
51 Kenta Kobashi & Tiger Mask II 1 April 9, 1990 Okayama, Japan On May 14, 1990, Tiger Mask II removed his mask and became known by his real name, Mitsuharu Misawa.[2]
Vacated on May 17, 1990 so Misawa could focus on his singles career.[2]
52 Shinichi Nakano (2) & Akira Taue 1 June 5, 1990 Chiba, Japan Defeated Davey Boy Smith & Johnny Smith.[1]
Vacated in July 1990 due to Nakano leaving AJPW.[2]
53 Johnny Ace & Kenta Kobashi (2) 1 September 7, 1990 Fukui, Japan Defeated Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers.[1]
Vacated due to Ace getting injured.[2]
54 The Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith
(The British Bruisers)
1 April 6, 1991 Osaka, Japan Defeated Tsuyoshi Kikuchi & Kenta Kobashi.[1]
55 Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 3 April 20, 1991 Tokyo, Japan [1]
56 Johnny Ace (2) & Kenta Kobashi (3) 2 July 8, 1991 Osaka, Japan [1]
57 Billy Black & Joel Deaton 1 July 18, 1991 Tokyo, Japan [1]
58 Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 4 July 26, 1991 Matsudo, Japan [1]
59 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi & Kenta Kobashi (4) 1 May 25, 1992 Sendai, Japan [1]
60 The Eagle & The Patriot 1 June 2, 1993 Koyama, Japan [2]
61 Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 5 September 9, 1993 Saitama, Japan [1]
Vacated on December 5, 1994 so Furnas & Kroffat could focus on the World Tag Team Championship.[2]
62 Jun Akiyama & Takao Ōmori 1 January 29, 1995 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers in a tournament final.[1]
63 Wolf Hawkfield & Johnny Smith (2) 1 January 9, 1998 Kagoshima, Japan [1]
64 Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida 1 October 6, 1998 Niigata, Japan [1]
65 Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki 1 February 13, 1999 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at Fan Appreciation Day.[4]
66 Takao Ōmori (2) & Yoshihiro Takayama
(NO FEAR)
1 June 4, 1999 Sapporo, Japan Won the title on the Super Power Series tour. Also hold World Tag Team title.[5]
67 Mitsuharu Misawa (2) & Yoshinari Ogawa 1 August 25, 1999 Hiroshima, Japan This match on the Summer Action Series II tour was also for Omori & Takayama's World Tag Team title.[6]
Vacated on August 25, 1999 in Hiroshima, Japan so other wrestlers could hold the title.[2]
68 Tamon Honda (2) & Masao Inoue 1 October 25, 1999 Nagaoka, Japan Defeated Maunakea Mossman & Johnny Smith in a tournament final on the October Giant Series tour.[7]
Vacated on June 16, 2000 due to Honda, Inoue and several others leaving AJPW to form Pro Wrestling Noah[2][8]
69 Masahito Kakihara & Mitsuya Nagai 1 June 8, 2001 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shinya Makabe & Yuji Nagata on the Super Power Series tour.[9]
Vacated in August 2001 due to Kakihara suffering a knee injury.[2]
70 Arashi & Koki Kitahara 1 September 8, 2001 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shigeo Okumura & Nobutaka Araya on the Summer Action Series II tour.[10]
Vacated on January 14, 2002 in Yokohama, Japan after losing a non-title match to Yoji Anjo & Genichiro Tenryu.[1][2]
71 Arashi (2) & Nobutaka Araya 1 April 13, 2002 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Mitsuya Nagai & Shigeo Okumura at Grand Champion Carnival.[11]
Vacated on June 20, 2003 due to Arashi winning the World Tag Team title on June 8, 2003.[1][2]
72 Kohei Sato & Hirotaka Yokoi 1 July 19, 2003 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto in a tournament final on the Summer Action Series tour.[12]
73 Kintaro Kanemura & Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 October 10, 2003 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE's Evolution tour.[13]
Vacated on December 14, 2003 due to Kanemura suffering from an illness.[2]
74 Mr. Gannosuke & Tetsuhiro Kuroda (2) 1 December 25, 2003 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Jun Kasai & Tengu Kaiser on ZERO-ONE's Rebel Z tour.[14]
75 The Great Kosuke & Shiryu 1 January 2, 2004 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the New Year Giant Series tour.[15]
76 Masanobu Fuchi & Genichiro Tenryu 1 May 22, 2004 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the Rise Up tour.[16]
77 Mitsuya Nagai (2) & Masayuki Naruse 1 November 3, 2004 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at New Japan Pro Wrestling's Chrono Stream ~ Masahiro Chono 20th Anniversary.[17]
78 Buchanan & Rico 1 February 2, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the Excite Series tour.[18]
Vacated on May 27, 2005 due to Rico retiring.[1]
79 Shuji Kondo & "brother" Yasshi 1 June 19, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Tomoaki Honma & Katsuhiko Nakajima in a tournament final on the Crossover tour.[19]
80 Katsuhiko Nakajima & Kensuke Sasaki 1 July 26, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the Summer Action Series tour.[20]
Vacated on October 29, 2006 due to Sasaki getting injured.[2]
81 Minoru Suzuki & Nosawa Rongai 1 January 3, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the New Year Shining Series tour. Defeated Osamu Nishimura & Masanobu Fuchi in tournament finals.
82 Akebono & Ryota Hama
(S.M.O.P.)
1 September 23, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the Flashing tour.
83 TARU & Big Daddy Voodoo
(Voodoo Murders)
1 April 29, 2010 Tokyo, Japan Won the title on the 2010 GROWIN’UP tour.
84 Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada 1 August 29, 2010 Tokyo, Japan
85 Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi 1 March 21, 2011 Tokyo, Japan
86 Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada 2 June 19, 2011 Tokyo, Japan
87 Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi 2 October 23, 2011 Tokyo, Japan
88 Akebono & Ryota Hama
(S.M.O.P.)
2 July 1, 2012 Tokyo, Japan
Vacated on September 4, 2012, due to Akebono being sidelined with pneumonia.[1]
89 Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka 1 October 21, 2012 Aichi, Japan Defeated Kazushi Miyamoto and Tomoaki Honma in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
90 Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato 1 January 26, 2013 Tokyo, Japan
91 Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka 2 February 10, 2013 Fukuoka, Japan
92 Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki 1 April 25, 2013 Nagoya, Japan
93 Jun Akiyama (2) and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 January 26, 2014 Kobe, Japan
94 Keisuke Ishii and Shigehiro Irie 1 April 29, 2014 Tokyo, Japan This match took place at a Dramatic Dream Team event.
95 Kotaro Suzuki (2) and Kento Miyahara 1 August 16, 2014 Tokyo, Japan
96 Mitsuya Nagai (3) and Takeshi Minamino 1 January 3, 2015 Tokyo, Japan
97 Último Dragón and Yoshinobu Kanemaru (2) 1 March 22, 2015 Fukuoka, Japan
A number inside parentheses in the "Name(s)" column indicates the wrestler had multiple tag team parters and the number is how many reigns they individually had as one-half of the All Asia Tag Team Champions.

List of individual team reigns[edit]

Name(s): Days Held: Date Won: Date Lost:
Jun Akiyama & Takao Ōmori 1,076 January 29, 1995 January 9, 1998
Antonio Inoki & Michiaki Yoshimura 762 October 30, 1969 December 1, 1971
The Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma 723 May 31, 1979 May 23, 1981
Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 606 June 7, 1960 February 3, 1962
Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato 569 June 11, 1981 January 1, 1983
Katsuhiko Nakajima & Kensuke Sasaki 460 July 26, 2005 October 29, 2006
Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 451 September 9, 1993 December 5, 1994
Arashi & Nobutaka Araya 433 April 13, 2002 June 20, 2003
Seiji Sakaguchi & Michiaki Yoshimura 415 December 12, 1971 January 30, 1973
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi & Kenta Kobashi 373 May 25, 1992 June 2, 1993
Giant Baba & Toyonobori 370 May 29, 1964 June 3, 1965
Mighty Inoue & Takashi Ishikawa 364 October 31, 1985 October 30, 1986
Ashura Hara & Mighty Inoue 343 February 23, 1983 February 1, 1984
Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 304 July 26, 1991 May 25, 1992
Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki 276 April 25, 2013 January 26, 2014
Wolf Hawkfield & Johnny Smith 270 January 9, 1998 October 6, 1998
Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada 263 September 15, 1988 June 5, 1989
Minoru Suzuki & Nosawa Rongai 263 January 3, 2009 September 23, 2009
Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi 252 October 23, 2011 July 1, 2012
Ashura Hara & Takashi Ishikawa 249 February 16, 1984 October 22, 1984
Samson Kutsuwada & Akihisa Takachiho 238 October 21, 1976 June 16, 1977
Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 224 May 5, 1963 December 15, 1963
Mighty Inoue & Takashi Ishikawa 223 July 30, 1987 March 9, 1988
Akebono & Ryota Hama 218 September 23, 2009 April 29, 2010
Johnny Ace & Kenta Kobashi 211 September 7, 1990 April 6, 1991
Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada 204 August 29, 2010 March 21, 2011
The Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma 190 March 26, 1976 October 2, 1976
Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 184 July 1, 1962 January 1, 1963
Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura 184 January 6, 1968 July 8, 1968
Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada 184 March 9, 1988 September 9, 1988
Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura 175 July 30, 1968 January 21, 1969
Giant Baba & Toyonobori 174 July 15, 1965 January 5, 1966
Masanobu Fuchi & Genichiro Tenryu 165 May 22, 2004 November 3, 2004
Antonio Inoki & Michiaki Yoshimura 158 May 26, 1967 October 31, 1967
Antonio Inoki & Kintaro Ohki 150 February 3, 1969 July 3, 1969
The Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma 143 June 16, 1977 November 6, 1977
The Great Kosuke & Shiryu 141 January 2, 2004 May 22, 2004
Kento Miyahara and Kotaro Suzuki 140 August 16, 2014 January 3, 2015
Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 137 June 5, 1989 October 20, 1989
Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada 133 October 20, 1989 March 2, 1990
Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida 130 October 6, 1998 February 13, 1999
Arashi & Koki Kitahara 128 September 8, 2001 April 13, 2002
Giant Baba & Michiaki Yoshimura 127 July 1, 1966 November 5, 1966
Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada 126 June 19, 2011 October 23, 2011
Taru & Big Daddy Voodoo 122 April 29, 2010 August 29, 2010
Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura 119 December 3, 1966 April 1, 1967
Buchanan & Rico 114 February 2, 2005 May 27, 2005
Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki 111 February 13, 1999 June 4, 1999
Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 109 February 15, 1962 June 4, 1962
Keisuke Ishii and Shigehiro Irie 109 April 29, 2014 August 16, 2014
Animal Hamaguchi & Mighty Inoue 108 November 6, 1977 February 22, 1978
The Eagle & The Patriot 99 June 2, 1993 September 9, 1993
Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka 97 October 21, 2012 January 26, 2013
Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato 94 April 15, 1985 July 18, 1985
Jun Akiyama and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 93 January 26, 2014 April 29, 2014
Mitsuya Nagai & Masayuki Naruse 91 November 3, 2004 February 2, 2005
Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi 90 March 21, 2011 June 19, 2011
Toyonobori & Michiaki Yoshimura 84 February 20, 1964 May 14, 1964
Kohei Sato & Hirotaka Yokoi 83 July 19, 2003 October 10, 2003
Takao Ōmori & Yoshihiro Takayama 82 June 4, 1999 August 25, 1999
Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 79 April 20, 1991 July 8, 1991
Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino 78 January 3, 2015 March 22, 2015
Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka 74 February 10, 2013 April 25, 2013
Akebono and Ryota Hama 65 July 1, 2012 September 4, 2012
Kintaro Kanemura & Tetsuhiro Kuroda 65 October 10, 2003 December 14, 2003
Antonio Inoki & Michiaki Yoshimura 62 August 9, 1969 October 10, 1969
Masahito Kakihara & Mitsuya Nagai 54 June 8, 2001 August 1, 2001
The Great Kojika & Gentetsu Matsuoka 48 March 3, 1973 April 20, 1973
The Destroyer & Billy Red Lyons 42 June 3, 1965 July 15, 1965
Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 38 March 2, 1990 April 9, 1990
Kenta Kobashi & Tiger Mask 38 April 9, 1990 May 17, 1990
Shuji Kondo & "brother" Yasshi 37 June 19, 2005 July 26, 2005
Hiro Matsuda & Michiaki Yoshimura 30 May 28, 1966 June 27, 1966
Buddy Austin & Mike Sharpe 27 June 4, 1962 July 1, 1962
Shinichi Nakano & Akira Taue 26 June 5, 1990 July 1, 1990
Klondike Bill & Skull Murphy 22 July 8, 1968 July 30, 1968
Jerry Oates & Ted Oates 19 October 2, 1976 October 21, 1976
David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich 19 May 23, 1981 June 11, 1981
Caripus Hurricane & Gene Kiniski 15 May 14, 1964 May 29, 1964
Hikaru Sato and Hiroshi Yamato 15 January 26, 2013 February 10, 2013
Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith 14 April 6, 1991 April 20, 1991
Luther Lindsay & Ricky Waldo 12 February 3, 1962 February 15, 1962
Johnny Ace & Kenta Kobashi 10 July 8, 1991 July 18, 1991
Billy Black & Joel Deaton 8 July 18, 1991 July 26, 1991
Mr. Gannosuke & Tetsuhiro Kuroda 8 December 25, 2003 January 2, 2004
Shinichi Nakano & Shunji Takano 6 September 9, 1988 September 15, 1988
Dan Miller & Frank Valois 5 June 2, 1960 June 7, 1960
Eddie Graham & Killer Karl Kox 4 June 27, 1966 July 1, 1966
Joe Carrolo & Killer Karl Kox 2 May 26, 1966 May 28, 1966
Último Dragón & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 133+ March 22, 2015 Current champions
Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa <1 August 25, 1999
Information current as of August 2, 2015.

List of combined reigns[edit]

By team[edit]

Rank Team No. of reigns Combined days
1 Rikidōzan & Toyonobori 4 1,123
2 Jun Akiyama & Takao Ōmori 1 1,076
3 The Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma 3 1,056
4 Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat 5 1,009
5 Antonio Inoki & Michiaki Yoshimura 3 982
6 Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato 2 663
7 Mighty Inoue & Takashi Ishikawa 2 587
8 Samson Fuyuki & Toshiaki Kawada 3 580
9 Giant Baba & Toyonobori 2 544
10 Kintaro Ohki & Michiaki Yoshimura 3 478
11 Katsuhiko Nakajima & Kensuke Sasaki 1 460
12 Arashi & Nobutaka Araya 1 433
13 Seiji Sakaguchi & Michiaki Yoshimura 1 415
14 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi & Kenta Kobashi 1 373
15 Ashura Hara & Mighty Inoue 1 343
16 Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi 2 342
17 Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada 2 330
18 Akebono & Ryota Hama 2 283
19 Atsushi Aoki & Kotaro Suzuki 1 276
20 Wolf Hawkfield & Johnny Smith 1 270
21 Minoru Suzuki & Nosawa Rongai 1 263
22 Ashura Hara & Takashi Ishikawa 1 249
23 Samson Kutsuwada & Akihisa Takachiho 1 238
24 Johnny Ace & Kenta Kobashi 2 221
25 Koji Kanemoto & Minoru Tanaka 2 171
26 Masanobu Fuchi & Genichiro Tenryu 1 165
27 Antonio Inoki & Kintaro Ohki 1 150
28 The Great Kosuke & Shiryu 1 141
29 Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki 1 140
30 Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida 1 130
31 Arashi & Koki Kitahara 1 128
32 Giant Baba & Michiaki Yoshimura 1 127
33 Taru & Big Daddy Voodoo 1 122
34 Buchanan & Rico 1 114
35 Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki 1 111
36 Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie 1 109
37 Animal Hamaguchi & Mighty Inoue 1 108
38 The Eagle & The Patriot 1 99
39 Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 93
40 Mitsuya Nagai & Masayuki Naruse 1 91
41 Toyonobori & Michiaki Yoshimura 1 84
42 Kohei Sato & Hirotaka Yokoi 1 83
43 Takao Ōmori & Yoshihiro Takayama 1 82
44 Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino 1 78
45 Kintaro Kanemura & Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 65
46 Masahito Kakihara & Mitsuya Nagai 1 54
47 The Great Kojika & Gentetsu Matsuoka 1 48
48 The Destroyer & Billy Red Lyons 1 42
49 Kenta Kobashi & Tiger Mask 1 38
50 Shuji Kondo & "brother" Yasshi 1 37
51 Hiro Matsuda & Michiaki Yoshimura 1 30
52 Buddy Austin & Mike Sharpe 1 27
53 Shinichi Nakano & Akira Taue 1 26
54 Klondike Bill & Skull Murphy 1 22
55 Jerry Oates & Ted Oates 1 19
55 David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich 1 19
57 Caripus Hurricane & Gene Kiniski 1 15
57 Hikaru Sato & Hiroshi Yamato 1 15
59 Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith 1 14
60 Luther Lindsay & Ricky Waldo 1 12
61 Billy Black & Joel Deaton 1 8
61 Mr. Gannosuke & Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 8
63 Shinichi Nakano & Shunji Takano 1 6
64 Dan Miller & Frank Valois 1 5
65 Eddie Graham & Killer Karl Kox 1 4
66 Joe Carrolo & Killer Karl Kox 1 2
67 Último Dragón & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 144+
68 Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa 1 <1
Information current as of August 2, 2015.

By wrestler[edit]

Rank Team No. of reigns Combined days
1 Michiaki Yoshimura 10 2,116
2 Toyonobori 7 1,751
3 Takashi Ishikawa 5 1,499
4 Jun Akiyama 2 1,169
5 Takao Ōmori 2 1,158
6 Antonio Inoki 4 1,132
7 Rikidōzan 4 1,123
8 The Great Kojika 4 1,104
9 Motoshi Okuma 3 1,056
10 Mighty Inoue 4 1,038
11 Doug Furnas 5 1,009
11 Dan Kroffat 5 1,009
13 Giant Baba 3 671
14 Akio Sato 2 663
15 Kenta Kobashi 4 632
16 Kintaro Ohki 4 628
17 Ashura Hara 2 592
18 Samson Fuyuki 3 580
18 Toshiaki Kawada 3 580
20 Arashi 2 561
21 Katsuhiko Nakajima 1 460
21 Kensuke Sasaki 1 460
23 Nobutaka Araya 1 433
24 Kotaro Suzuki 2 416
25 Seiji Sakaguchi 1 415
26 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 1 373
27 Daisuke Sekimoto 2 342
27 Yuji Okabayashi 2 342
29 Manabu Soya 2 330
29 Seiya Sanada 2 330
31 Johnny Smith 2 284
32 Akebono 2 283
32 Ryota Hama 2 283
34 Atsushi Aoki 1 276
35 Wolf Hawkfield 1 270
36 Minoru Suzuki 1 263
36 Nosawa Rongai 1 263
38 Samson Kutsuwada 1 238
38 Akihisa Takachiho 1 238
40 Mitsuya Nagai 3 223
41 Johnny Ace 2 221
42 Koji Kanemoto 2 171
42 Minoru Tanaka 2 171
44 Masanobu Fuchi 1 165
44 Genichiro Tenryu 1 165
46 The Great Kosuke 1 141
46 Shiryu 1 141
48 Kento Miyahara 1 140
49 Tamon Honda 1 130
49 Jun Izumida 1 130
50 Koki Kitahara 1 128
51 Taru 1 122
51 Big Daddy Voodoo 1 122
53 Buchanan 1 114
53 Rico 1 114
55 Hayabusa 1 111
55 Jinsei Shinzaki 1 111
57 Keisuke Ishii 1 109
57 Shigehiro Irie 1 109
59 Animal Hamaguchi 1 108
60 Yoshinobu Kanemaru 2 226+
61 Takeshi Minamino 1 78
62 Último Dragón 1 144+
Information current as of August 2, 2015.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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