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.

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# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
# Champion Reign Date Days held Location Notes
1 Jane O'Brien 1 August 31, 1977 1 N/A Defeated Maki Ueda to become the first Hawaiian Pacific Champion.
2 Yumi Ikeshita 1 September 1, 1977 122 – 261 Honolulu, HI Recognized as first All Pacific Champion.
Vacated 1978 N/A Vacated due to injury.
3 Chabela Romero 1 May 20, 1978 81 Omiya, Japan Defeated Maki Ueda for the vacated title.
4 Maki Ueda 1 August 9, 1978 202 Tokyo, Japan
Vacated February 27, 1979 N/A Vacated to pursue the WWWA World Single Championship
5 Tomi Aoyama 1 September 27, 1979 0 – 95 Osaka, Japan Defeated Leilani Kai for the vacated title.
Vacated 1979 N/A Vacated due to injury.
6 Yumi Ikeshita 2 February 21, 1980 370 Nagoya, Japan Defeated Lucy Kayama for the vacated title.
7 Mimi Hagiwara 1 February 25, 1981 185 Yokohama, Japan
Vacated August 29, 1981 N/A Vacated to pursue the WWWA World Single Championship.
8 Jumbo Hori 1 January 12, 1982 154 Chiba, Japan Defeated Wild Kazuki for the vacated title.
Vacated June 15, 1982 N/A Vacated to pursue the WWWA World Tag Team Championship.
9 Judy Martin 1 October 5, 1982 30 Osaka, Japan Defeated Yukari Omori for the vacated title.
10 Mimi Hagiwara 2 November 4, 1982 387 Himeji, Japan
Vacated November 26, 1983 N/A Vacated due to retirement
11 Devil Masami 1 April 1, 1984 620 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Judy Martin for the vacated title.
Vacated December 12, 1985 N/A Vacated after winning the WWWA World Single Championship.
12 Chigusa Nagayo 1 April 5, 1986 138 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Dump Matsumoto for the vacated title.
13 Leilani Kai 1 August 21, 1986 249 Tokyo, Japan
14 Chigusa Nagayo 2 April 27, 1987 740 Osaka, Japan
Vacated May 6, 1989 N/A Vacated due to retirement
15 Bull Nakano 1 June 18, 1989 148 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Mitsuko Nishiwaki for the vacated title.
16 Noriyo Tateno 1 November 13, 1989 168 Ashikaga, Japan
17 Aja Kong 1 April 30, 1990 48 Chiba, Japan
18 Suzuka Minami 1 June 17, 1990 0 Tokyo, Japan
Vacated June 17, 1990 N/A Vacant when Minami refuses the belt due to winning by DQ.
19 Manami Toyota 1 October 7, 1990 161 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Bison Kimura in tournament final for the vacated title.
20 Suzuka Minami 2 March 17, 1991 43 Tokyo, Japan
21 Akira Hokuto 1 April 29, 1991 158 Tokyo, Japan
22 Suzuka Minami 3 October 4, 1991 22 Tokyo, Japan
23 Bison Kimura 1 October 26, 1991 223 Toyama, Japan
24 Kyoko Inoue 1 June 5, 1992 174 Asahikawa, Japan
25 Akira Hokuto 2 November 26, 1992 248 – 278 Kawasaki, Japan
Vacated August 1993 N/A Vacated due to injury.
26 Toshiyo Yamada 1 November 28, 1993 119 Osaka, Japan Defeated Manami Toyota for the vacated title.
27 Kyoko Inoue 2 March 27, 1994 150 Yokohama, Japan
28 Manami Toyota 2 August 24, 1994 214 Tokyo, Japan
29 Toshiyo Yamada 2 March 26, 1995 182 Yokohama, Japan Defeated Takako Inoue and Reggie Bennett in triangular tournament for the vacated title.
30 Yumiko Hotta 1 September 24, 1995 99 – 272 Kawasaki, Japan
Vacated 1996 N/A Vacated in Spring, 1996 to pursue the WWWA World Single Championship.
31 Reggie Bennett 1 June 22, 1996 152 Sapporo, Japan Defeated Kaoru Ito in a tournament final for the vacated title.
32 Takako Inoue 1 November 21, 1996 60 Kobe, Japan Already possessed the IWA World Women's Championship.
33 Kyoko Inoue 3 January 20, 1997 111 Tokyo, Japan Already possessed the WWWA World Single Championship. Unifies WWWA, IWA, and All Pacific Championships.
Vacated May 11, 1997 N/A Vacated due to dissatisfaction with 60-minute draw against Kaoru Ito.
34 Takako Inoue 2 June 18, 1997 65 Sapporo, Japan Defeated Toshiyo Yamada for the vacated title.
35 Tomoko Watanabe 1 August 22, 1997 133 N/A
36 Takako Inoue 3 January 2, 1998 109 Sapporo, Japan
37 ZAP T 1 April 21, 1998 14 Osaka, Japan
38 Kumiko Maekawa 1 May 5, 1998 208 Tokyo, Japan
39 Yasha Kurenai 1 November 29, 1998 89 Yokohama, Japan
40 Kumiko Maekawa 2 February 26, 1999 350 Tokyo, Japan
41 Azumi Hyūga 1 February 11, 2000 155 Tokyo, Japan
42 Tomoko Watanabe 2 July 15, 2000 428 Tokyo, Japan
43 Kumiko Maekawa 3 September 16, 2001 38 Tokyo, Japan
Vacated October 24, 2001 N/A Vacated after defense against Momoe Nakanishi.
44 Momoe Nakanishi 1 February 24, 2002 196 Yokohama, Japan
Vacated September 8, 2002 N/A Vacated to pursue the WWWA World Single Championship.
45 noki-A 1 October 20, 2002 63 Kawasaki, Japan Defeated Kayo Noumi in a tournament final for the vacated title.
46 Kayo Noumi 1 December 22, 2002 483 Kawasaki, Japan
Vacated April 18, 2004 N/A Vacated due to retirement.
47 Mika Nishio 1 July 18, 2004 112 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Hikaru in a tournament final for the vacated title.
48 Hikaru 1 November 7, 2004 105 Tokyo, Japan
49 Lioness Asuka 1 February 20, 2005 0 Tokyo, Japan
Vacated February 20, 2005 N/A Vacated immediately after winning the belt, due to Hikaru's injury.
Retired April 2005 N/A Title retired, when All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling closes.

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