Tag League the Best

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The Tag League the Best (タッグリーグ・ザ・ベスト, Taggu Rīgu Za Besuto) was an annual professional wrestling tag team tournament, founded by All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW), which held it from 1985 to 2004 (with no tournament taking place in 1990). After the folding of AJW in 2005, the tournament was adopted by its one-time rival and later associate promotion, JWP Joshi Puroresu, which held it annually from 2011 to 2016.

The tournament is usually held under round-robin rules with only the 2004 and 2016 tournaments having been held in a single-elimination format. The tournament's points system has varied throughout the years. From 1985 to 1992, a win was worth one point, a draw half a point and a loss zero points. From 1993 onwards a win has been worth two points, a draw one point and a loss zero points. When JWP took over promoting the tournament in 2011, it was moved to the beginning of the year from its usual position at the end of the year. JWP was also the first to introduce two round-robin blocks in the tournament instead of the usual single block system used by AJW. In AJW, the winners usually received a shot at the WWWA World Tag Team Championship, were they not already the reigning champions, while in JWP the tournament was used to determine the number one contenders to the unified Daily Sports Women's and JWP Tag Team Championships.

Due to the tournament's unusual name, it has sometimes been referred to as "The Best Tag (Team) League" by English language reporters,[1][2][3][4][5] however, the tournament's Japanese promoters have always called it "Tag League the Best".[6][7]

Manami Toyota holds the record for most Tag League the Best wins with five, all with different partners.[2][3] No tag team has been able to win the tournament twice.

List of winners[edit]

1985[edit]

The first Tag League the Best was held in late 1985, with the finals taking place on October 10. The tournament featured eight teams in a single block, facing each other in a round-robin tournament. After the round-robin section was finished, the top team qualified straight to the final match, while teams placed second and third were put in a semifinal match to determine the other finalist.[8][9]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Chigusa Nagayo and Lioness Asuka
(Crush Gals)
  6.0  
Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno
(Jumping Bomb Angels)
5.0
Bull Nakano and Dump Matsumoto
(Gokuaku Domei)
5.0
Jaguar Yokota and Yukari Omori 4.0
Devil Masami and Jumbo Hori 3.5
Monica Castillo and Monster Ripper 2.5
Mika Komatsu and Yumi Ogura 2.0
Kanako Nagatomo and Kazue Nagahori 0.0
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1 Nagayo and Asuka
  2 Yamazaki and Tateno     3 Nakano and Matsumoto [8]
  3 Nakano and Matsumoto [8]  

1986[edit]

The second Tag League the Best was held at the end of 1986, with the finals taking place on October 10, 1986. This year, the two top teams following the round-robin portion advanced directly to the finals of the tournament, with no semifinal matches taking place.[10][11]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Chigusa Nagayo and Yumiko Hotta   6.5  
Hisako Uno and Yukari Omori 6.5
Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno
(Jumping Bomb Angels)
6.0
Bull Nakano and Condor Saito
(Gokuaku Domei)
6.0
Devil Masami and Kyoko Asa 5.5
Kazue Nagahori and Yumi Ogura
(Red Typhoons)
5.0
Dump Matsumoto and Yasuko Ishigura 4.0
Kanako Nagatomo and Mika Komatsu
(Operon Domei)
3.5
Judy Martin and Velvet McIntyre 2.0
Lioness Asuka and Mika Suzuki 0.0
Final
     
1 Nagayo and Hotta
2 Uno and Omori [10]

1987[edit]

The third Tag League the Best culminated in a final match on October 11, 1987.[4] For the second year in a row, there were no semifinal matches; the two top teams following the round-robin portion took part in a final match.[12][13]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Chigusa Nagayo and Lioness Asuka
(Crush Gals)
  7.0  
Bull Nakano and Condor Saito
(Gokuaku Domei)
7.0
Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno
(Jumping Bomb Angels)
6.0
Angel Manelli and Leilani Kai 6.0
Devil Masami and Yukari Omori 5.5
Kazue Nagahori and Yumi Ogura
(Red Typhoons)
4.0
Dump Matsumoto and Kage Kahoru 3.5
Mika Suzuki and Yumiko Hotta 2.5
Mika Komatsu and Yasuko Ishigura 2.0
Drill Nakamae and Kumiko Iwamoto 1.5
Final
     
1 Nagayo and Asuka
2 Nakano and Saito [12]

1988[edit]

The fourth Tag League the Best ran in late 1988 and culminated in a final match on October 10. The top team following the round-robin portion of the tournament moved directly to the finals, while teams number two and three faced off in a semifinal match.[14][15]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Mitsuko Nishiwaki and Yumiko Hotta
(Fire Jets)
  7.5  
Hisako Uno and Mika Suzuki 7.0
Bull Nakano and Dynamite Jack
(Gokumon To)
7.0
Mika Komatsu and Yumi Ogura
(Calgary Typhoons)
6.5
Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno
(Jumping Bomb Angels)
6.0
Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada 5.5
Dynamite King and Dynamite Queen 5.5
Kumiko Iwamoto and Sachiko Nakamura 4.0
Erika Shishido and Nobuko Kimura 2.5
Kaoru Maeda and Mika Takahashi
(Honey Wings)
2.0
Miori Kamiya and Raven Amada 1.5
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1 Nishiwaki and Hotta
  2 Uno and Suzuki     2 Uno and Suzuki [14]
  3 Nakano and Jack [14]  

1989[edit]

The fifth Tag League the Best was held in late 1989 and culminated in a final match on October 8. This tournament was the first two introduce two semifinal matches, with the top four teams qualifying following the round-robin portion.[16][17]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Madusa Miceli and Mitsuko Nishiwaki   6.0  
Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada 6.0
Raven Amada and Yumiko Hotta 6.0
Akira Hokuto and Etsuko Mita 6.0
Beastie and Bull Nakano 6.0
Bison Kimura and Grizzly Iwamoto
(The Outsiders)
5.5
Mima Shimoda and Suzuka Minami 4.5
Hiromi Hasegawa and Noriyo Tateno 4.0
Kaoru Maeda and Mika Takahashi
(Honey Wings)
0.5
Aja Shishido and Miori Kamiya 0.5
Semifinals Final
           
1 Miceli and Nishiwaki
3 Amada and Hotta [16]
1 Miceli and Nishiwaki
2 Toyota and Yamada [16]
2 Toyota and Yamada
4 Hokuto and Mita

1991[edit]

After no tournament was held in 1990, Tag League the Best returned in 1991 taking place between October 4 and December 8.[18][19]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kyoko Inoue and Toshiyo Yamada   5.5  
Aja Kong and Bison Kimura
(Jungle Jack)
4.5
Akira Hokuto and Bull Nakano 4.5
Bat Yoshinaga and Yumiko Hotta 3.5
Debbie Malenko and Suzuka Minami 3.0
Mariko Yoshida and Takako Inoue 3.0
Etsuko Mita and Manami Toyota
(Mint Showers)
3.0
Mima Shimoda and Miori Kamiya 1.0
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1 Inoue and Yamada
  2 Kong and Kimura     2 Kong and Kimura [18]
  3 Hokuto and Nakano [18]  

1992[edit]

The seventh Tag League the Best was held between October 17 and December 13, 1992. This was the final tournament to feature half points. The two top teams following the round-robin portion qualified directly to the semifinals.[20][21]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Aja Kong and Kyoko Inoue   6.5  
Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada 6.0
Debbie Malenko and Sakie Hasegawa 5.5
Suzuka Minami and Yumiko Hotta 5.0
Takako Inoue and Terri Power 4.0
Bat Yoshinaga and Tomoko Watanabe 3.0
Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
(Las Cachorras Orientales)
3.0
Miori Kamiya and Kaoru Ito 2.5
Erica Tsuchiya and Yukari Maedomari 1.0
Final
     
1 Kong and Inoue
2 Toyota and Yamada [20]

1993[edit]

The eighth Tag League the Best was held between October 10 and December 10, with a final match taking place between the two top teams.[22][23]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kyoko Inoue and Toshiyo Yamada   10  
Akira Hokuto and Manami Toyota 10
Eagle Sawai and Yasha Kurenai 8
Takako Inoue and Yumiko Hotta 8
Bull Nakano and Suzuka Minami 8
Aja Kong and Sakie Hasegawa 8
Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
(Las Cachorras Orientales)
4
Kaoru Ito and Tomoko Watanabe 0
Final
     
1 Inoue and Yamada
2 Hokuto and Toyota [22]

1994[edit]

The ninth Tag League the Best was held between October 8 and December 10, 1994. Due to a three-way tie following the round-robin portion of the tournament, the top three teams faced each other once more to determine the winner. Manami Toyota and Takako Inoue prevailed, defeating both Aja Kong and Reggie Bennett, and Kyoko Inoue and Sakie Hasegawa, while Kong and Bennett were able to win only one of the tiebreaker matches and Inoue and Hasegawa lost both.[24][25]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Manami Toyota and Takako Inoue   10  
Aja Kong and Reggie Bennett 10
Kyoko Inoue and Sakie Hasegawa 10
Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
(Las Cachorras Orientales)
9
Toshiyo Yamada and Yumiko Hotta 9
Kaoru Ito and Suzuka Minami 5
Rie Tamada and Tomoko Watanabe 2
Chaparita Asari and Mariko Yoshida 1

1995[edit]

The tenth Tag League the Best ran between October 10 and December 10, 1995, and was the first and thus far only tournament to feature a match for the third place in the tournament.[26][27]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kyoko Inoue and Tomoko Watanabe   10  
Kaoru Ito and Manami Toyota 10
Reggie Bennett and Yumiko Hotta 9
Aja Kong and Takako Inoue 9
Akira Hokuto and Mima Shimoda 8
Etsuko Mita and Toshiyo Yamada
(Dream Orca)
6
Mariko Yoshida and Sakie Hasegawa 4
Chaparita Asari and Yoshiko Tamura 0
Final
     
1 K. Inoue and Watanabe Pin
2 Ito and Toyota 22:01[26]
Third Place
     
3 Bennett and Hotta Pin
4 Kong and T. Inoue 16:54[26]

1996[edit]

The eleventh Tag League the Best was held between October 13 and December 1, 1996. For the first time in five years, the tournament featured semifinal matches, with the top four teams qualifying for advancement following the round-robin portion.[28][29]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Chaparita Asari and Kyoko Inoue   15  
Mima Shimoda and Reggie Bennett 14
Kumiko Maekawa and Tomoko Watanabe 12
Manami Toyota and Rie Tamada 9
Aja Kong and Yoshiko Tamura 8
Yuka Shiina and Yumiko Hotta 8
Etsuko Mita and Misae Genki 6
Saya Endo and Toshiyo Yamada 6
Takako Inoue and Yumi Fukawa N/A
Kaoru Ito and Mariko Yoshida N/A
Semifinals Final
           
1 Asari and Inoue
4 Toyota and Tamada [30]
4 Toyota and Tamada
3 Maekawa and Watanabe [30]
2 Shimoda and Bennett
3 Maekawa and Watanabe

1997[edit]

The twelfth Tag League the Best took place in late 1997 and culminated in a final match on December 21. No semifinal matches took place.[30][31]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kaoru Ito and Yumiko Hotta   N/A  
Kumiko Maekawa and Takako Inoue N/A
Emi Motokawa and Manami Toyota N/A
Kayo Noumi and Momoe Nakanishi N/A
Miho Wakizawa and Miyuki Fujii N/A
Final
     
1 Ito and Hotta
2 Maekawa and Inoue [30]

1998[edit]

The thirteenth Tag League the Best took place between October 10 and November 22, 1998, again with no semifinal matches.[32][33]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Momoe Nakanishi and Nanae Takahashi
(Nana☆Momo☆)
  10  
Manami Toyota and Yumiko Hotta 9
ZAP I and ZAP T
(ZAP)
9
Kayo Noumi and Miho Wakizawa 6
Emi Motokawa and Sachie Noshibori 2
Mayumi Takahashi and Miyuki Fujii 0
Kumiko Maekawa and Mika Haikae 0

1999[edit]

The fourteenth Tag League the Best was held between October 10 and December 26, 1999. For the first time in eight years, the tournament featured a single semifinal match between teams ranked two and three following the round-robin portion, while the top team qualified directly to the finals.[34][35]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kumiko Maekawa and Tomoko Watanabe   5  
Manami Toyota and Miho Wakizawa 5
Momoe Nakanishi and Nanae Takahashi
(Nana☆Momo☆)
5
Kaoru Ito and Kayo Noumi 3
Miyuki Fujii and Yumiko Hotta 2
  Semifinal     Final
                 
    1 Maekawa and Watanabe Pin
  2 Toyota and Wakizawa Pin     2 Toyota and Wakizawa 1:41[35]
  3 Takahashi[Note 1] 4:47[35]  
  1. ^ Momoe Nakanishi had suffered an injury and was unable to take part in the semifinal match, leaving Takahashi to wrestle alone.

2000[edit]

The fifteenth Tag League the Best was held between October 15 and December 23, 2000.[5][6][36][37] The winners of the tournament, Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda, went on to defeat Momoe Nakanishi and Nanae Takahashi for the WWWA World Tag Team Championship on January 4, 2001.[38]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
(Las Cachorras Orientales)
  7  
Kayo Noumi and Manami Toyota 7
Momoe Nakanishi and Nanae Takahashi
(Nana☆Momo☆)
6
Carol Midori and Sayuri Okina 6
Kaoru Ito and Miho Wakizawa 4
Kumiko Maekawa and Tomoko Watanabe 0
Results Midori
Okina
Mita
Shimoda
Ito
Wakizawa
Noumi
Toyota
Maekawa
Watanabe
Nakanishi
Takahashi
Midori
Okina
X Mita
Shimoda
(17:21)[37]
Midori
Okina
(19:56)[37]
Midori
Okina
(20:22)[37]
Midori
Okina
(forfeit)
Nakanishi
Takahashi
(17:07)[37]
Mita
Shimoda
Mita
Shimoda
(17:21)[37]
X Mita
Shimoda
(19:26)[37]
Noumi
Toyota
(19:13)[37]
Mita
Shimoda
(8:26)[37]
Draw
(30:00)[37]
Ito
Wakizawa
Midori
Okina
(19:56)[37]
Mita
Shimoda
(19:26)[37]
X Noumi
Toyota
(19:42)[37]
Ito
Wakizawa
(forfeit)
Ito
Wakizawa
(20:49)[37]
Noumi
Toyota
Midori
Okina
(20:22)[37]
Noumi
Toyota
(19:13)[37]
Noumi
Toyota
(19:42)[37]
X Noumi
Toyota
(forfeit)
Draw
(30:00)[37]
Maekawa
Watanabe
Midori
Okina
(forfeit)
Mita
Shimoda
(8:26)[37]
Ito
Wakizawa
(forfeit)
Noumi
Toyota
(forfeit)
X Nakanishi
Takahashi
(forfeit)
Nakanishi
Takahashi
Nakanishi
Takahashi
(17:07)[37]
Draw
(30:00)[37]
Ito
Wakizawa
(20:49)[37]
Draw
(30:00)[37]
Nakanishi
Takahashi
(forfeit)
X
Final
     
1 Mita and Shimoda Pin
2 Noumi and Toyota 13:33[36]

2001[edit]

The sixteenth Tag League the Best was held between September 23 and December 2, 2001.[39][40]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Manami Toyota and Yumiko Hotta   6  
Kaoru Ito and Momoe Nakanishi 6
Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
(Las Cachorras Orientales)
5
Kumiko Maekawa and Misae Genki 5
Kayo Noumi and Miho Wakizawa
(Kiss no Sekai)
4
Nanae Takahashi and Tomoko Watanabe 4
Results Mita
Shimoda
Ito
Nakanishi
Noumi
Wakizawa
Maekawa
Genki
Toyota
Hotta
Takahashi
Watanabe
Mita
Shimoda
X Ito
Nakanishi
(18:01)[40]
Mita
Shimoda
(18:32)[40]
Draw
(30:00)[40]
Toyota
Hotta
(7:40)[40]
Mita
Shimoda
(23:45)[40]
Ito
Nakanishi
Ito
Nakanishi
(18:01)[40]
X Ito
Nakanishi
(19:05)[40]
Maekawa
Genki
(20:03)[40]
Toyota
Hotta
(18:39)[40]
Ito
Nakanishi
(20:06)[40]
Noumi
Wakizawa
Mita
Shimoda
(18:32)[40]
Ito
Nakanishi
(19:05)[40]
X Noumi
Wakizawa
(23:05)[40]
Noumi
Wakizawa
(14:59)[40]
Takahashi
Watanabe
(20:44)[40]
Maekawa
Genki
Draw
(30:00)[40]
Maekawa
Genki
(20:03)[40]
Noumi
Wakizawa
(23:05)[40]
X Maekawa
Genki
(20:32)[40]
Takahashi
Watanabe
(22:33)[40]
Toyota
Hotta
Toyota
Hotta
(7:40)[40][40]
Toyota
Hotta
(18:39)[40]
Noumi
Wakizawa
(14:59)[40]
Maekawa
Genki
(20:32)[40]
X Toyota
Hotta
(19:33)[40][40]
Takahashi
Watanabe
Mita
Shimoda
(23:45)[40]
Ito
Nakanishi
(20:06)[40]
Takahashi
Watanabe
(20:44)[40]
Takahashi
Watanabe
(22:33)[40]
Toyota
Hotta
(19:33)[40][40]
X
Final
     
1 Toyota and Hotta Pin
2 Ito and Nakanishi 17:03[39]

2002[edit]

The seventeenth Tag League the Best was held between October 15 and December 23, 2002, and saw the return of the two semifinal match format.[41][42] While the tournament was ongoing, Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda defeated Momoe Nakanishi and Nanae Takahashi in a non-tournament match to win the WWWA World Tag Team Championship, however, their failure to win the tournament resulted in them relinquishing the title.[38]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Kayo Noumi and Momoe Nakanishi
(Kiss no Sekai)
  8  
Takako Inoue and Tomoko Watanabe 8
Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
(Las Cachorras Orientales)
8
Fang Suzuki and Nanae Takahashi 8
Mariko Yoshida and Yumiko Hotta 8
Kumiko Maekawa and Misae Genki 7
Megumi Yabushita and Sumie Sakai 7
Mika Nishio and Miyuki Fujii 2
Results Mita
Shimoda
Suzuki
Takahashi
Noumi
Nakanishi
Maekawa
Genki
Yoshida
Hotta
Yabushita
Sakai
Nishio
Fujii
Inoue
Watanabe
Mita
Shimoda
X Mita
Shimoda
(23:27)[42]
Noumi
Nakanishi
(25:15)[42]
Mita
Shimoda
Yoshida
Hotta
(17:52)[42]
Mita
Shimoda
Mita
Shimoda
Inoue
Watanabe
(9:26)[42]
Suzuki
Takahashi
Mita
Shimoda
(23:27)[42]
X Suzuki
Takahashi
(21:01)[42]
Suzuki
Takahashi
(23:39)[42]
Yoshida
Hotta
(18:06)[42]
Yabushita
Sakai
(17:54)[42]
Suzuki
Takahashi
(19:40)[42]
Suzuki
Takahashi
(20:40)[42]
Noumi
Nakanishi
Noumi
Nakanishi
(25:15)[42]
Suzuki
Takahashi
(21:01)[42]
X Draw
(30:00)[42]
Noumi
Nakanishi
(8:30)[42]
Yabushita
Sakai
Noumi
Nakanishi
Draw
(30:00)[42]
Maekawa
Genki
Mita
Shimoda
Suzuki
Takahashi
(23:39)[42]
Draw
(30:00)[42]
X Yoshida
Hotta
(24:00)[42]
Maekawa
Genki
(20:44)[42]
Maekawa
Genki
Maekawa
Genki
(17:00)[42]
Yoshida
Hotta
Yoshida
Hotta
(17:52)[42]
Yoshida
Hotta
(18:06)[42]
Noumi
Nakanishi
(8:30)[42]
Yoshida
Hotta
(24:00)[42]
X Yoshida
Hotta
(17:03)[42]
Nishio
Fujii
Inoue
Watanabe
(5:33)[42]
Yabushita
Sakai
Mita
Shimoda
Yabushita
Sakai
(17:54)[42]
Yabushita
Sakai
Maekawa
Genki
(20:44)[42]
Yoshida
Hotta
(17:03)[42]
X Yabushita
Sakai
(12:51)[42]
Draw
(30:00)[42]
Nishio
Fujii
Mita
Shimoda
Suzuki
Takahashi
(19:40)[42]
Noumi
Nakanishi
Maekawa
Genki
Nishio
Fujii
Yabushita
Sakai
(12:51)[42]
X Inoue
Watanabe
(12:33)[42]
Inoue
Watanabe
Inoue
Watanabe
(9:26)[42]
Suzuki
Takahashi
(20:40)[42]
Draw
(30:00)[42]
Maekawa
Genki
(17:00)[42]
Inoue
Watanabe
(5:33)[42]
Draw
(30:00)[42]
Inoue
Watanabe
(12:33)[42]
X
Semifinals Final
           
1 Noumi and Nakanishi Pin
3 Mita and Shimoda 4:31[41]
1 Noumi and Nakanishi Pin
2 Inoue and Watanabe 4:19[41]
2 Inoue and Watanabe Pin
4 Suzuki and Takahashi

2003[edit]

The eighteenth Tag League the Best was held between November 2 and December 23, 2003, again with two semifinal matches between the top four teams.[43][44] The winners of the tournament, Ayako Hamada and Nanae Takahashi, went on to defeat Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue for the WWWA World Tag Team Championship on January 3, 2004.[38]

Final standings
Wrestlers Score
Ayako Hamada and Nanae Takahashi   6  
Amazing Kong and Eagle Sakai 6
Kumiko Maekawa and Saki Maemura 6
Kayo Noumi and Takako Inoue 6
Hikaru and Kyoko Inoue 4
Fang Suzuki and Sasori 2
Results Kong
Sakai
Hamada
Takahashi
Suzuki
Sasori
Hikaru
K. Inoue
Noumi
T. Inoue
Maekawa
Maemura
Kong
Sakai
X Kong
Sakai
(11:18)[44]
Kong
Sakai
(18:19)[44]
Kong
Sakai
(15:03)[44]
Noumi
T.Inoue
(11:57)[44]
Maekawa
Maemura
(17:59)[44]
Hamada
Takahashi
Kong
Sakai
(11:18)[44]
X Hamada
Takahashi
(24:01)[44]
Hamada
Takahashi
(16:52)[44]
Noumi
T.Inoue
(20:43)[44]
Hamada
Takahashi
(23:37)[44]
Suzuki
Sasori
Kong
Sakai
(18:19)[44]
Hamada
Takahashi
(24:01)[44]
X Hikaru
K. Inoue
(11:44)[44]
Noumi
T.Inoue
(18:31)[44]
Suzuki
Sasori
(18:17)[44]
Hikaru
K. Inoue
Kong
Sakai
(15:03)[44]
Hamada
Takahashi
(16:52)[44]
Hikaru
K. Inoue
(11:44)[44]
X Hikaru
K. Inoue
(20:01)[44]
Maekawa
Maemura
(20:52)[44]
Noumi
T. Inoue
Noumi
T.Inoue
(11:57)[44]
Noumi
T.Inoue
(20:43)[44]
Noumi
T.Inoue
(18:31)[44]
Hikaru
K. Inoue
(20:01)[44]
X Maekawa
Maemura
(18:50)[44]
Maekawa
Maemura
Maekawa
Maemura
(17:59)[44]
Hamada
Takahashi
(23:37)[44]
Suzuki
Sasori
(18:17)[44]
Maekawa
Maemura
(20:52)[44]
Maekawa
Maemura
(18:50)[44]
X
Semifinals Final
           
1 Hamada and Takahashi Pin
4 Noumi and Inoue 3:42[43]
1 Hamada and Takahashi Pin
2 Kong and Sakai 8:31[43]
2 Kong and Sakai Pin
3 Maekawa and Maemura 4:46[43]

2004[edit]

The 2004 version of the Tag League the Best, the final one held by AJW, was also the first tournament contested in a single-elimination format between December 4 and 26.[45][46]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Kumiko Maekawa
Saki Maemura
Pin
Maruka Matsuo
Misae Genki
19:30[46]
Kumiko Maekawa
Saki Maemura
Pin
Ran Yu-Yu
Toshie Uematsu
10:03[46]
Ran Yu-Yu
Toshie Uematsu
(Uematsu☆Ran)
Pin
Hikaru
Nanae Takahashi
18:05[46]
Kumiko Maekawa
Saki Maemura
Pin
Kana
Yumiko Hotta
21:14[46]
The Bloody
Fang Suzuki
DQ
Dump Matsumoto
Sasori
10:41[46]
The Bloody
Fang Suzuki
Pin
Kana
Yumiko Hotta
14:32[46]
Emi Tojo
Tomoko Watanabe
Pin
Kana
Yumiko Hotta
14:31[46]

2011[edit]

Following the folding of AJW in 2005, Tag League the Best was dead for six years, before being picked up by JWP, which held its first tournament, overall the twentieth, between January 16 and March 6, 2011.[47][48] The tournament featured eight teams split between two blocks, dubbed "Blue Zone" and "Red Zone". Due to a three-way tie at the top of the Blue Zone, February 20 saw two matches taking place between the three teams to determine who would get to face the winner of the Red Zone in the finals.[49] During the opening day of the tournament, Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki put their Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Championship on the line in their match against Hailey Hatred and Kaori Yoneyama.[47] Haruyama and Kuragaki entered the tournament as not only the Daily Sports Women's Tag Team Champions, but also as the JWP Tag Team Champions, and as they were able to win the tournament it did not result in any direct title matches.[48]

Final standings
Blue Zone Red Zone
Leon and Misaki Ohata
(Shishi no Ana)
  4   Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki
(Harukura)
  6  
Kazuki and Sachie Abe
(The☆Wanted!?)
4 Hailey Hatred and Kaori Yoneyama
(Queens Revolution)
4
Aoi Yagami and Command Bolshoi
(Rainbow Dragon)
4 Hanako Nakamori and Tomoko Morii
(Dog Lock Be)
2
masu-me and Tsukasa Fujimoto
(Cutie Pair)
0 Sakura Hirota and Senri Kuroki
(Hiroki)
0
Blue Zone Yagami
Bolshoi
Kazuki
Abe
Leon
Ohata
masu-me
Fujimoto
Yagami
Bolshoi
X Kazuki
Abe
(15:29)[50]
Yagami
Bolshoi
(7:35)[49]
Yagami
Bolshoi
(8:24)[47]
Kazuki
Abe
Kazuki
Abe
(15:29)[50]
X Leon
Ohata
(16:44)[51]
Kazuki
Abe
(10:21)[49]
Leon
Ohata
Yagami
Bolshoi
(7:35)[49]
Leon
Ohata
(16:44)[51]
X Leon
Ohata
(9:52)[50]
masu-me
Fujimoto
Yagami
Bolshoi
(8:24)[47]
Kazuki
Abe
(10:21)[49]
Leon
Ohata
(9:52)[50]
X
Red Zone Hatred
Yoneyama
Nakamori
Morii
Haruyama
Kuragaki
Hirota
Kuroki
Hatred
Yoneyama
X Hatred
Yoneyama
(12:46)[49]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(20:43)[47]
Hatred
Yoneyama
(13:44)[51]
Nakamori
Morii
Hatred
Yoneyama
(12:46)[49]
X Haruyama
Kuragaki
(12:53)[51]
Nakamori
Morii
(16:33)[47]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(20:43)[47]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(12:53)[51]
X Haruyama
Kuragaki
(17:01)[50]
Hirota
Kuroki
Hatred
Yoneyama
(13:44)[51]
Nakamori
Morii
(16:33)[47]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(17:01)[50]
X
  Finalist Decision Match #1 Finalist Decision Match #2 Final
                           
  BZ1 Leon and Ohata Pin  
BZ3 Yagami and Bolshoi 4:15[49]  
  BZ1 Leon and Ohata Pin  
    BZ2 Kazuki and Abe 7:26[49]  
   
    BZ1 Leon and Ohata Pin
  RZ1 Haruyama and Kuragaki 21:59[48]
   
 
     

2012[edit]

The twenty-first Tag League the Best was held between January 9 and April 8, 2012,[52][53] and was contested for the Daily Sports Women's and JWP Tag Team Championships,[53] which were taken off Hailey Hatred and Kaori Yoneyama on January 9 as punishment for Yoneyama going back on her claim to retire at the end of 2011.[54] Moon Mizuki was injured mid-tournament; as a result, she and her partner Manami Katsu were forced to forfeit their last two matches.[55]

Final standings
Blue Zone Red Zone
Hanako Nakamori and Misaki Ohata
(Labradorite)
  6   Ran Yu-Yu and Toshie Uematsu
(Uematsu☆Ran)
  8  
Kazuki and Morii
(The☆Wanted!?)
5 Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki
(Harukura)
6
Leon and Ray
(Mascara Voladoras)
5 Command Bolshoi and Rabbit Miu
(Pikorabi)
4
Cherry and Sachie Abe
(Shishun Kiizu)
4 Dash Chisako and Sendai Sachiko
(Jumonji Sisters)
2
Mochi Miyagi and Nana Kawasa
(Mocchi 7)
0 Manami Katsu and Moon Mizuki
(Tsuki no Ue no Poyo)
0
Blue Zone Cherry
Abe
Nakamori
Ohata
Kazuki
Morii
Leon
Ray
Miyagi
Kawasa
Cherry
Abe
X Cherry
Abe
(9:07)[52]
Kazuki
Morii
(12:43)[56]
Leon
Ray
(18:52)[57]
Cherry
Abe
(11:20)[58]
Nakamori
Ohata
Cherry
Abe
(9:07)[52]
X Nakamori
Ohata
(11:24)[59]
Nakamori
Ohata
(18:40)[58]
Nakamori
Ohata
(11:32)[60]
Kazuki
Morii
Kazuki
Morii
(12:43)[56]
Nakamori
Ohata
(11:24)[59]
X Draw
(20:00)[61]
Kazuki
Morii
(11:00)[52]
Leon
Ray
Leon
Ray
(18:52)[57]
Nakamori
Ohata
(18:40)[58]
Draw
(20:00)[61]
X Leon
Ray
(11:40)[59]
Miyagi
Kawasa
Cherry
Abe
(11:20)[58]
Nakamori
Ohata
(11:32)[60]
Kazuki
Morii
(11:00)[52]
Leon
Ray
(11:40)[59]
X
Red Zone Bolshoi
Miu
Chisako
Sachiko
Haruyama
Kuragaki
Katsu
Mizuki
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
Bolshoi
Miu
X Chisako
Sachiko
(13:05)[56]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(9:12)[58]
Bolshoi
Miu
(9:32)[61]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(15:32)[59]
Chisako
Sachiko
Chisako
Sachiko
(13:05)[56]
X Haruyama
Kuragaki
(15:21)[52]
Chisako
Sachiko
(10:48)[60]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(16:24)[61]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(9:12)[58]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(15:21)[52]
X Haruyama
Kuragaki
(forfeit)[55]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(18:44)[60]
Katsu
Mizuki
Bolshoi
Miu
(9:32)[61]
Chisako
Sachiko
(10:48)[60]
Haruyama
Kuragaki
(forfeit)[55]
X Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(forfeit)[55]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(15:32)[59]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(16:24)[61]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(18:44)[60]
Yu-Yu
Uematsu
(forfeit)[55]
X
Final
     
BZ1 Nakamori and Ohata Pin
RZ1 Yu-Yu and Uematsu 20:19[53]

2013[edit]

The twenty-second Tag League the Best took place between February 17 and April 7, 2013, and was used to determine the number one contenders to the Daily Sports Women's and JWP Tag Team Championships, held by Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki.[7]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Hanako Nakamori and Morii
(Heart Move)
  4   Dash Chisako and Sendai Sachiko
(Jumonji Sisters)
  3  
Arisa Nakajima and Command Bolshoi
(Aripiko)
2 Manami Katsu and Rabbit Miu
(Manarabi)
2
Leon and Neko Nitta
(Nekoka Tag)
0 Kazuki and Sachie Abe
(The☆Wanted!?)
1
Block A Nakajima
Bolshoi
Nakamori
Morii
Leon
Nitta
Block B Chisako
Sachiko
Kazuki
Abe
Katsu
Miu
Nakajima
Bolshoi
X Nakamori
Morii
(13:21)[62]
Nakajima
Bolshoi
(13:59)[63]
Chisako
Sachiko
X Draw
(12:29)[64]
Chisako
Sachiko
(13:17)[65]
Nakamori
Morii
Nakamori
Morii
(13:21)[62]
X Nakamori
Morii
(12:36)[64]
Kazuki
Abe
Draw
(12:29)[64]
X Katsu
Miu
(12:19)[62]
Leon
Nitta
Nakajima
Bolshoi
(13:59)[63]
Nakamori
Morii
(12:36)[64]
X Katsu
Miu
Chisako
Sachiko
(13:17)[65]
Katsu
Miu
(12:19)[62]
X
Final
     
A1 Nakamori and Morii Pin
B1 Chisako and Sachiko 14:10[66]

2014[edit]

The twenty-third Tag League the Best took place between January 5 and March 16, 2014.[67] Kayoko Haruyama and Manami Katsu originally won block B, but were forced to pull out of the final match after Katsu injured her left ankle while training, giving the spot in the finals to Leon and Ray, who had finished second in the block.[68] The winners of the tournament were scheduled to challenge Dash Chisako and Sendai Sachiko for the Daily Sports Women's and JWP Tag Team Championships on April 20,[69] but the match was canceled due to Sachiko suffering a knee injury.[70]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Rabbit Miu and Tsukushi
(Haruusagi)
  4   Kayoko Haruyama and Manami Katsu
(Spring☆Victory)
  5  
Arisa Nakajima and Kana 3 Leon and Ray
(Mascara Voladoras)
4
Command Bolshoi and Kyoko Kimura 3 Hanako Nakamori and Takako Inoue 3
Kazuki and Rydeen Hagane
(The☆Wanted!?)
2 Sachie Abe and Yako Fujigasaki 0
Block A Nakajima
Kana
Bolshoi
Kimura
Kazuki
Hagane
Miu
Tsukushi
Block B Nakamori
Inoue
Haruyama
Katsu
Leon
Ray
Abe
Fujigasaki
Nakajima
Kana
X Draw
(20:00)[71]
Nakajima
Kana
(13:57)[72]
Miu
Tsukushi
(14:38)[73]
Nakamori
Inoue
X Draw
(20:00)[74]
Leon
Ray
(15:02)[75]
Nakamori
Inoue
(12:52)[72]
Bolshoi
Kimura
Draw
(20:00)[71]
X Kazuki
Hagane
(14:21)[76]
Bolshoi
Kimura
(11:18)[75]
Haruyama
Katsu
Draw
(20:00)[74]
X Haruyama
Katsu
(17:18)[71]
Haruyama
Katsu
(16:26)[73]
Kazuki
Hagane
Nakajima
Kana
(13:57)[72]
Kazuki
Hagane
(14:21)[76]
X Miu
Tsukushi
(12:56)[74]
Leon
Ray
Leon
Ray
(15:02)[75]
Haruyama
Katsu
(17:18)[71]
X Leon
Ray
(12:24)[74]
Miu
Tsukushi
Miu
Tsukushi
(14:38)[73]
Bolshoi
Kimura
(11:18)[75]
Miu
Tsukushi
(12:56)[74]
X Abe
Fujigasaki
Nakamori
Inoue
(12:52)[72]
Haruyama
Katsu
(16:26)[73]
Leon
Ray
(12:24)[74]
X
Final
     
A1 Miu and Tsukushi Pin
B2 Leon and Ray 18:25[77]

2015[edit]

The twenty-fourth Tag League the Best took place between January 18 and March 22, 2015.[78] Defending tournament winners Rabbit Miu and Tsukushi were forced to forfeit their opening match in the tournament on February 15,[79] due to Miu being sidelined with dizziness.[80] That same day, Hanako Nakamori suffered a knee injury,[81] forcing her and Arisa Nakajima to forfeit their two remaining matches in the tournament.[82]

Final standings
Block A Block B
Aoi Kizuki and Kayoko Haruyama
(Orange Happies)
  6   Command Bolshoi and Kyoko Kimura
(Wild Snufkin)
  6  
Leon and Ray
(Voladoras L×R)
4 Rabbit Miu and Tsukushi
(Haruusagi)
2
Arisa Nakajima and Hanako Nakamori
(Violence Princess)
2 Eri and Haruka Kato 2
Yako Fujigasaki and Yua Hayashi 0 Kazuki and Rydeen Hagane
(Wanted '14)
2
Block A Kizuki
Haruyama
Nakajima
Nakamori
Leon
Ray
Fujigasaki
Hayashi
Block B Bolshoi
Kimura
Eri
Kato
Kazuki
Hagane
Miu
Tsukushi
Kizuki
Haruyama
X Kizuki
Haruyama
(forfeit)
Kizuki
Haruyama
(18:23)[83]
Kizuki
Haruyama
(12:56)[84]
Bolshoi
Kimura
X Bolshoi
Kimura
(16:06)[84]
Bolshoi
Kimura
(18:03)[85]
Bolshoi
Kimura
(forfeit)[79]
Nakajima
Nakamori
Kizuki
Haruyama
(forfeit)
X Leon
Ray
(forfeit)
Nakajima
Nakamori
(15:50)[86]
Eri
Kato
Bolshoi
Kimura
(16:06)[84]
X Eri
Kato
(17:33)[87]
Miu
Tsukushi
(13:59)[88]
Leon
Ray
Kizuki
Haruyama
(18:23)[83]
Leon
Ray
(forfeit)
X Leon
Ray
(14:49)[79]
Kazuki
Hagane
Bolshoi
Kimura
(18:03)[85]
Eri
Kato
(17:33)[87]
X Kazuki
Hagane
(15:43)[83]
Fujigasaki
Hayashi
Kizuki
Haruyama
(12:56)[84]
Nakajima
Nakamori
(15:50)[86]
Leon
Ray
(14:49)[79]
X Miu
Tsukushi
Bolshoi
Kimura
(forfeit)[79]
Miu
Tsukushi
(13:59)[88]
Kazuki
Hagane
(15:43)[83]
X
Final
     
A1 Kizuki and Haruyama Pin
B1 Bolshoi and Kimura 25:27[89]

2016[edit]

The 2016 version of the Tag League the Best was the second contested in a single-elimination format. Taking place between January 31 and February 21, the tournament was used to determine the number one contenders to the Daily Sports Women's and JWP Tag Team Championships, held by Best Friends (Arisa Nakajima and Tsukasa Fujimoto).[90]

First round Semifinals Final
                 
Akane Fujita
Leon
Pin
Konami
Syuri
13:53[91]
Konami
Syuri
Pin
Kazuki
Rydeen Hagane
10:24[93]
Kazuki
Rydeen Hagane
(Wanted '14)
Pin
Meiko Tanaka
Sareee
14:26[91]
Kazuki
Rydeen Hagane
Pin
Hanako Nakamori
Makoto
16:40[93]
Command Bolshoi
Rabbit Miu
Pin
Kagetsu
Sawako Shimono
13:25[92]
Kagetsu
Sawako Shimono
Pin
Hanako Nakamori
Makoto
13:26[93]
Hanako Nakamori
Makoto
(Makafushigi)
Pin
Hikaru Shida
Yako Fujigasaki
13:28[92]

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