AJW Junior Championship

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AJW Junior Championship
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Promotion All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling

The AJW Junior Championship was a secondary singles title in the Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling. The title started in 1980 and was retired in April 2005 when the promotion closed.

Title history[edit]

Wrestlers: Times: Date: Place: Notes:
Rimi Yokota 1 January 4, 1980 Tokyo Defeated Chino Sato to become the first champion.
Title vacated in August 1980.
Tomoko Kitamura 1 January 4, 1981 Tokyo Defeated Noriko Kawakami.
Title vacated in January 1982.
Chigusa Nagayo 1 May 15, 1982 Ōmiya, Saitama Defeated Itsuki Yamazaki.
Noriyo Tateno 1 August 10, 1982 Fukushima, Fukushima
Chigusa Nagayo 2 January 8, 1984 Tokyo
Title vacated on January 8, 1984.
Yumi Ogura 1 March 17, 1984 Kiryū, Gunma Defeated Keiko Nakano.
Keiko Nakano 1 September 13, 1984 Toda, Saitama
Title vacated in 1985.
Yumi Ogura 2 April 7, 1985 Tokyo Defeated Mika Komatsu in a tournament final.
Ogura vacated the title on December 12, 1985, in order to challenge for the AJW Championship.
Condor Saito 1 January 4, 1986 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Kazue Nagahori.
Hisako Uno 1 March 20, 1986 Osaka
Yasuko Ishiguro 1 May 29, 1986 Ōmiya, Saitama
Title vacated on January 4, 1987.
Kyoko Asoh 1 February 26, 1987 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Defeated Megumi Kudo.
Title vacated on October 11, 1987, when Asoh retired.
Mika Suzuki 1 December 26, 1987 Tokyo Defeated Kaoru Maeda in a tournament final.
Title vacated in 1988.
Toshiyo Yamada 1 July 19, 1988 Tokyo Defeated Miori Kamiya in a tournament final.
Title vacated in 1988 due to injury.
Reibun Amada 1 December 11, 1988 Tokyo Defeated Manami Toyota.
Title vacated in 1989.
Mima Shimoda 1 October 8, 1989 Tokyo Defeated Asayo Obata.
Title later vacated.
Yuki Lee 1 March 20, 1992 Tokyo Defeated Akemi Torisu in a tournament final.
Title vacated on March 22, 1992, due to injury.
Akemi Torisu 1 April 29, 1992 Toda, Saitama Won a tournament.
Rie Tamada 1 August 10, 1992 Okazaki, Aichi
Kumiko Maekawa 1 September 15, 1992
Saemi Numata 1 June 11, 1993
Mizuki Endo 1 September 29, 1993 Nagoya, Aichi
Chaparita Asari 1 November 28, 1993 Osaka
Candy Okutsu 1 December 6, 1993 Tokyo
Chaparita Asari 2 March 26, 1995 Yokohama, Kanagawa
Title vacated in May 1995.
Yoshiko Tamura 1 June 27, 1995 Sapporo, Hokkaidō Defeated Misae Watanabe.
Tomoko Miyaguchi 1 September 1, 1996 Tokyo
Title vacated in February 1997 due to injury.
Momoe Nakanishi 1 March 23, 1997 Sendai, Miyagi Defeated Nanae Takahashi.
Title vacated in December 1997.
Mika Nishio 1 September 15, 2002 Tokyo Defeated Kaori Yoneyama and Rena Takase in a three-way round-robin tournament final.
Rena Takase 1 December 22, 2002 Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Title retired in April 2005 when AJW closed.

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