Strongest-K Tag Team Championship

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Strongest-K Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion Kaientai Dojo
Date established February 27, 2005
Current champion(s) Kaji Tomato and Taishi Takizawa
Date won April 23, 2017

The Strongest-K Tag Team Championship is the top tag team title in Kaientai Dojo. It has existed since 2005.[1]

Title history[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Place: Notes:
Kazma and Kengo Mashimo 1 February 27, 2005 Chiba, Japan Defeated Taka Michinoku and Ryota Chikuzen in a tournament final to become the first champions. They also defeated Michinoku and Chikuzen on March 6, 2005, to win the UWA/UWF Intercontinental Tag Team Title.[1]
Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi 1 February 6, 2006 Tokyo, Japan [1]
Handsome Joe and Yasu Urano 1 April 5, 2006 Tokyo, Japan [1]
Saburo Inematsu and Yuji Hino 1 January 7, 2007 Tokyo, Japan [1]
Miyawaki and Yoshiya 1 May 6, 2007 Chiba, Japan [1]
Vacant July 28, 2007 (N/A) Yoshiya takes a sabbatical to cure nagging injuries. Yoshiya tries to give his half of the title to Yuji Hino, but the championship is declared vacant.[1]
Kazma (2) and Ryota Chikuzen 1 September 4, 2007 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Miyawaki and Naoki Tanisaki to win the vacant title.[1]
Kengo Mashimo (2) and Madoka 1 October 7, 2007 Fukuoka, Japan [1]
Handsome Joe and Taka Michinoku 1 November 5, 2007 Tokyo, Japan
Kazma (3) and Miyawaki (2) 1 June 20, 2008 Osaka, Japan
Handsome Joe and Taka Michinoku 2 August 9, 2008 Chiba, Japan
Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi 2 December 14, 2008 Fukuoka, Japan
Daigoro Kashiwa and Kengo Mashimo (3) 1 December 23 2009 Chiba, Japan
Saburo Inematsu and Yuji Hino 2 April 2, 2010 Tokyo, Japan
Kaji Tomato and Taishi Takizawa 1 May 5, 2010 Chiba, Japan
Hiroki and Kengo Mashimo (4) 1 August 15, 2010 Chiba, Japan
Ryuichi Sekine and Saburo Inematsu (3) 1 October 9, 2011 Sapporo, Japan
Hiro Tonai and Yuki Sato 1 December 16, 2011 Tokyo, Japan
Kengo Mashimo (5) and Taka Michinoku (3) 1 January 3, 2012 Tokyo, Japan
Saburo Inematsu and Yuji Hino 3 May 6, 2012 Chiba, Japan
Hiro Tonai (2) and Shiori Asahi (3) 1 June 17, 2012 Osaka, Japan
Kengo Mashimo (6) and Ryuichi Sekine (2) 1 October 14, 2012 Tokyo, Japan
Vacant April 21, 2013 (N/A) Title declared vacant, when Mashimo and Sekine break up.
Daigoro Kashiwa (2) and Ricky Fuji 1 June 16, 2012 Chiba, Japan Defeated Hiroki and Yuji Hino to win the vacant title.
Kazma Sakamoto (4) and Kengo Mashimo (7) 1 September 16, 2013 Chiba, Japan
Kaji Tomato (2) and Taka Michinoku (4) 1 November 10, 2013 Osaka, Japan
Hiroshi Fukuda and Shiori Asahi (4) 1 November 16, 2013 Chiba, Japan
Kaji Tomato (3) and Taka Michinoku (5) 2 January 26, 2014 Chiba, Japan
Hiroki/Hi69 (2) and Yuji Hino (4) 1 March 2, 2014 Chiba, Japan Hiroki switched to the ring name Hi69 on September 5, 2014.
Kaji Tomato (4) and Shiori Asahi (5) 1 November 3, 2014 Tokyo, Japan
Men's Teioh and Taka Michinoku (6) 1 July 12, 2015 Chiba, Japan
Kengo Mashimo (8) and Yuki Sato (2) 1 September 6, 2015 Chiba, Japan
Kotaro Yoshino and Taishi Takizawa (2) 1 April 17, 2016 Tokyo, Japan
Ayato Yoshida and Kyu Mogami 1 November 6, 2016 Tokyo, Japan
Tank Nagai and Yuki Sato (3) 1 February 26, 2017 Chiba, Japan
Kaji Tomato (5) and Taishi Takizawa (3) 2 April 23, 2017 Tokyo, Japan

List of reigns by length[edit]

As of May 19, 2017.

Wrestler Days Held Date Won Date Lost
Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi 374 December 14, 2008 December 23 2009
Kazma and Kengo Mashimo 344 February 27, 2005 February 6, 2006
Handsome Joe and Yasu Urano 277 April 5, 2006 January 7, 2007
Hiroki and Kengo Mashimo 420 August 15, 2010 October 9, 2011
Kaji Tomato and Shiori Asahi 251 November 3, 2014 July 12, 2015
Hiroki/Hi69 and Yuji Hino 246 March 2, 2014 November 3, 2014
Handsome Joe and Taka Michinoku 228 November 5, 2007 June 20, 2008
Kengo Mashimo and Yuki Sato 224 September 6, 2015 April 17, 2016
Kotaro Yoshino and Taishi Takizawa 203 April 17, 2016 November 6, 2016
Kengo Mashimo and Ryuichi Sekine 189 October 14, 2012 April 21, 2013
Handsome Joe and Taka Michinoku 128 August 9, 2008 December 14, 2008
Kengo Mashimo and Taka Michinoku 124 January 3, 2012 May 6, 2012
Saburo Inematsu and Yuji Hino 119 January 7, 2007 May 6, 2007
Hiro Tonai and Shiori Asahi 119 June 17, 2012 October 14, 2012
Ayato Yoshida and Kyu Mogami 112 November 6, 2016 February 26, 2017
Kaji Tomato and Taishi Takizawa 102 May 5, 2010 August 15, 2010
Daigoro Kashiwa and Kengo Mashimo 99 December 23, 2009 April 2, 2010
Daigoro Kashiwa and Ricky Fuji 92 June 16, 2013 September 16, 2013
Miyawaki and Yoshiya 83 May 6, 2007 July 28, 2007
Hiroshi Fukuda and Shiori Asahi 71 November 16, 2013 January 26, 2014
Ryuichi Sekine and Saburo Inematsu 68 October 9, 2011 December 16, 2011
Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi 58 February 6, 2006 April 5, 2006
Men's Teioh and Taka Michinoku 56 July 12, 2015 September 6, 2015
Tank Nagai and Yuki Sato 56 February 26, 2017 April 23, 2017
Kazma Sakamoto and Kengo Mashimo 55 September 16, 2013 November 10, 2013
Kazma and Miyawaki 50 June 20, 2008 August 9, 2008
Saburo Inematsu and Yuji Hino 42 May 6, 2012 June 17, 2012
Kaji Tomato and Taka Michinoku 35 January 26, 2014 March 2, 2014
Kazma and Ryota Chikuzen 33 September 4, 2007 October 7, 2007
Saburo Inematsu and Yuji Hino 33 April 2, 2010 May 5, 2010
Kengo Mashimo and Madoka 29 October 7, 2007 November 5, 2007
Hiro Tonai and Yuki Sato 18 December 16, 2011 January 3, 2012
Kaji Tomato and Taka Michinoku 6 November 10, 2013 November 16, 2013
Kaji Tomato and Taishi Takizawa 26+ April 23, 2017 Current champions

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Kaientai Dojo Strongest-K Tag Team Title". Wrestling Titles. Retrieved 2008-02-03.