All Pacific Championship

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All Pacific Championship
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Promotion All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling

The All Pacific Women's Championship was the secondary singles women's professional wrestling title in the promotion All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling, or AJW. The belt was started as the Hawaiian Pacific Championship in 1977, and was renamed the All Pacific Championship in 1978.

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Jane O'Brien 1 August 31, 1977 Defeated Maki Ueda to become the first Hawaiian Pacific Champion.
Yumi Ikeshita 1 September 1, 1977 Honolulu, Hawaii Recognized as first All Pacific Champion. Vacated in 1978 due to injury.
Chabela Romero 1 May 20, 1978 Omiya, Saitama Defeated Maki Ueda.
Maki Ueda 1 August 9, 1978 Tokyo Vacated on February 27, 1979 to pursue the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship
Tomi Aoyama 1 September 27, 1979 Osaka Defeated Leilani Kai. Vacated in 1979 due to injury.
Yumi Ikeshita 2 February 21, 1980 Nagoya, Aichi Defeated Lucy Kayama
Mimi Hagiwara 1 February 25, 1981 Yokohama, Kanagawa Vacated on August 29, 1981 to pursue the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship
Jumbo Hori 1 January 12, 1982 Chiba, Chiba Defeated Wild Kazuki. Vacated on June 15, 1982 to pursue the WWWA World Tag Team Championship
Judy Martin 1 October 5, 1982 Osaka Defeated Yukari Omori
Mimi Hagiwara 2 November 4, 1982 Himeji, Hyōgo Vacated on November 26, 1983 due to retirement
Devil Masami 1 April 1, 1984 Tokyo Defeated Judy Martin. Vacated on December 12, 1985 after winning the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship
Chigusa Nagayo 1 April 5, 1986 Tokyo Defeated Dump Matsumoto
Leilani Kai 1 August 21, 1986 Tokyo
Chigusa Nagayo 2 April 27, 1987 Osaka Vacated on May 6, 1989 due to retirement
Bull Nakano 1 June 18, 1989 Tokyo Defeated Mitsuko Nishiwaki
Noriyo Tateno 1 November 13, 1989 Ashikaga, Tochigi
Aja Kong 1 April 30, 1990 Chiba, Chiba
Suzuka Minami 1 June 17, 1990 Tokyo Vacant when Minami refuses the belt due to winning by DQ.
Manami Toyota 1 October 7, 1990 Tokyo Defeated Bison Kimura in tournament final.
Suzuka Minami 2 March 17, 1991 Tokyo
Akira Hokuto 1 April 29, 1991 Tokyo
Suzuka Minami 3 October 4, 1991 Tokyo
Bison Kimura 1 October 26, 1991 Toyama, Toyama
Kyoko Inoue 1 June 5, 1992 Asahikawa, Hokkaidō
Akira Hokuto 2 November 26, 1992 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Vacated in August 1993 due to injury.
Toshiyo Yamada 1 November 28, 1992 Osaka Defeated Manami Toyota.
Kyoko Inoue 2 March 27, 1994 Yokohama, Kanagawa
Manami Toyota 2 August 24, 1994 Tokyo
Toshiyo Yamada 2 March 26, 1995 Yokohama, Kanagawa Defeated Takako Inoue and Reggie Bennett in triangular tournament.
Yumiko Hotta 1 September 24, 1995 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Vacated in Spring, 1996 to pursue the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship.
Reggie Bennett 1 June 22, 1996 Sapporo, Hokkaidō Defeated Kaoru Ito in a tournament final.
Takako Inoue 1 November 21, 1996 Kobe, Hyogo Already possessed the IWA World Women's Championship.
Kyoko Inoue 3 January 20, 1997 Tokyo Already possessed the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship. Unifies WWWA, IWA, and All Pacific Championships. Vacated on May 11, 1997 due to dissatisfaction with 60-minute draw against Kaoru Ito.
Takako Inoue 2 June 18, 1997 Sapporo, Hokkaidō Defeated Toshiyo Yamada. Injured in July 1997. The belt is temporarily held by Tomoko Watanabe as of August 22, 1997. Takako Inoue regains the belt on January 2, 1998.
ZAP T 1 April 21, 1998 Osaka
Kumiko Maekawa 1 May 5, 1998 Tokyo
Yasha Kurenai 1 November 29, 1998 Yokohama, Kanagawa
Kumiko Maekawa 2 February 26, 1999 Tokyo
Azumi Hyūga 1 February 11, 2000 Tokyo
Tomoko Watanabe 2 July 15, 2000 Tokyo
Kumiko Maekawa 3 September 16, 2001 Tokyo Vacated on October 24, 2001, after defense against Momoe Nakanishi.
Momoe Nakanishi 1 February 24, 2002 Yokohama, Kanagawa Vacated on September 8, 2002 to pursue the WWWA World Heavyweight Championship.
noki-A 1 October 20, 2002 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Defeated Kayo Noumi in a tournament final.
Kayo Noumi 1 December 22, 2002 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Vacated on April 18, 2004 due to retirement.
Mika Nishio 1 July 18, 2004 Tokyo Defeated Hikaru in a tournament final.
Hikaru 1 November 7, 2004 Tokyo
Lioness Asuka 1 February 20, 2005 Tokyo Vacated immediately after winning the belt, due to Hikaru's injury.
All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling closes in April 2005.

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