WEW World Tag Team Championship

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The WEW World Tag Team Championship is a tag team professional wrestling championship formerly contested in the Japanese promotion Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling and World Entertainment Wrestling and currently contested in A-Team. The title is sometimes called the FMW/WEW World Tag Team Championship.[1]

Title history[edit]

No: Wrestler: Reigns: Date: Days held: Location: Event: Notes:
Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling
1 Team No Respect
(Koji Nakagawa and Gedo)
1 June 16, 1999 53 Chiba, Japan Making of a New Legend tour Nakagawa and Gedo defeated Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda for the FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship on June 13, 1999. The title was replaced by the new WEW World Tag Team Championship on June 16.
2 Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Hisakatsu Oya 1 August 8, 1999 115 Tokyo, Japan FMW
3 Mr. Gannosuke and H 1 December 1, 1999 86 Osaka, Japan Making of a New Legend VI tour
4 Kyoko Inoue and Kodo Fuyuki 1 February 25, 2000 36 Tokyo, Japan Cluster Battle tour Kyoko Inoue was the first female to hold the title.
5 Team No Respect
(Koji Nakagawa and Gedo)
2 April 1, 2000 57 Winning Road tour Yokosuka, Japan
Vacated May 28, 2000 Tokyo, Japan Neo FMW tour The title was vacated after Koji Nakagawa turned on his partners during a WEW 6-Man Tag Team Championship defense against Kodo Fuyuki, Kyoko Inoue and Chocoball Mukai.
6 Jado and Gedo (3) 1 July 14, 2000 14 Takamatsu, Japan King of Fight II tour Defeat H and Tetsuhiro Kuroda to win the vacant titles.
7 Masao Inoue and Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 July 28, 2000 25 Tokyo, Japan King of Fight II tour
8 Tamon Honda and Naomichi Marufuji 1 August 22, 2000 123 Tokyo, Japan One Night Navigation Title change occurs in Pro Wrestling Noah.
9 Shin Fuyuki-Gun
(Kodo Fuyuki (2) and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (2))
1 December 23, 2000 15 Tokyo, Japan Grand Voyage Title change occurs in Pro Wrestling Noah. Aired on tape delay on
10 Complete Players
(Masato Tanaka and Gedo (4))
1 January 7, 2001 45 Tokyo, Japan New Year Generation tour
Vacated February 21, 2001 The title was vacated due to Masato Tanaka and Gedo leaving FMW.
11 GOEMON (3) and Onryo 1 May 5, 2001 123 Kawasaki, Japan 12th Anniversary Show: Kawasaki Legend Defeated Nova and Super Crazy to win the vacant titles. GOEMON formely held the title as Koji Nakagawa.
12 Mr. Gannosuke (2) and Mammoth Sasaki 1 September 5, 2001 34 Sapporo, Japan Super Dynamism tour
13 Hayabusa (2) and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (3) 1 October 9, 2001 27 Tokyo, Japan Power Splash tour
Vacated November 5, 2001 Tokyo, Japan Scramble Survivor tour The title was vacated after Hayabusa suffered an injury against Mammoth Sasaki on October 22, 2001.
14 Mr. Gannosuke (3) and Mammoth Sasaki (2) 2 November 23, 2001 <1 Yokohama, Japan Scramble Survivor tour Defeated Biomonster DNA and Dr. Luther to win the vacant titles.
Vacated November 23, 2001 Yokohama, Japan Scramble Survivor tour Mr. Gannosuke and Mammoth Sasaki split up to vacate the titles.
15 Tetsuhiro Kuroda (4) and Mr. Gannosuke (4) 1 December 21, 2001 16 Tokyo, Japan FMW Kuroda and Gannosuke defeated Kintaro Kanemura and Mammoth Sasaki in a tournament to win the vacant titles.
Vacated January 6, 2002 Tokyo, Japan FMW The titles were vacated after Mr. Gannosuke suffered an injury.
16 Kodo Fuyuki (3) and The Sandman 1 February 4, 2002 11 Tokyo, Japan FMW Fuyuki and Sandman defeated Sabu and Tetsuhiro Kuroda to win the vacant titles.
Vacated February 15, 2002 The titles were retired after FMW closed.
World Entertainment Wrestling
17 Takashi Sasaki and GENTARO 1 August 23, 2002 200 Tokyo, Japan WEW Defeat Taka Michinoku and Hi69 to revive the titles in WEW.
18 Kintaro Kanemura and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (5) 1 March 11, 2003 51 Tokyo, Japan WEW
Retired May 1, 2003 The title was retired after WEW closed.
Apache Army
19 Tetsuhiro Kuroda (6) and Onryo (2) 1 March 12, 2005 [Note 1] Chiba, Japan Kintaro Kanemura Festival Defeat Takashi Sasaki and Gentaro to revive the titles in Apache Army. Titles are later vacated.
20 Takashi Sasaki (2) and BADBOY Hido 1 August 6, 2006 49 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro Defeated Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Jun Kasai in a tournament final for the vacant titles.
21 Jun Kasai and Tomoaki Honma 1 September 24, 2006 149 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro 3rd Anniversary Show
Vacated February 20, 2007 The titles were vacated when the team split up.
22 Jun Kasai (2) and Jaki Numazawa 1 June 24, 2007 91 Tokyo, Japan Form of Challenge Defeated Gentaro and The W*INGer for the vacant titles.
23 Gentaro (2) and The W*INGer 1 September 23, 2007 207 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
24 Nosawa and Mazada 1 April 17, 2008 388 Tokyo, Japan Tetsuhiro Kuroda Festival
Vacated May 10, 2009 Mie, Japan XWF The titles were vacated after May 10, 2009.
25 Kohei Sato and KAMIKAZE 1 September 6, 2009 711 Osaka, Japan Wrestler's Sato and KAMIKAZE defeated Magnitude Kishiwada and Koichiro Kimura for the vacant title. The title change took place in Pro Wrestling Zero1.
26 Kintaro Kanemura (2) and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (7) 2 August 18, 2011 41 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
27 Hiroki and Yusaku Obata 1 September 28, 2011 179 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
28 Manjimaru and Takeshi Minamino 1 March 25, 2012 32 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
29 Daisaku Shimoda and Kazushi Miyamoto 1 April 26, 2012 35 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
30 Kengo Nishimura and Tomohiko Hashimoto 1 May 31, 2012 113 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
31 Kotaro Nasu and Masato Shibata 1 September 21, 2012 22 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
32 Shoichi Ichimiya and Tomohiko Hashimoto (2) 1 October 13, 2012 274 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
33 Daisaku Shimoda and Rikiya Fudo 1 July 14, 2013 119 Osaka, Japan Apache Pro
34 Tadasuke and Tomohiko Hashimoto (3) 1 November 10, 2013 301 Osaka, Japan Apache Pro
35 Ryoji Sai and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (8) 1 September 7, 2014 266 Osaka, Japan Apache Pro
36 Kazushi Miyamoto and Tomohiko Hashimoto (4) 1 May 31, 2015 245 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
37 Mikami and Rion Mizuki 1 January 31, 2016 105 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro This was a four-way Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match, also involving Chikara and Kintaro Kanemura, and Hi69 and Passion Hasegawa.
38 Hi69 (2) and HASEGAWA 1 May 15, 2016 105 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro Hi69 formerly held the title as Hiroki.
39 Kintaro Kanemura (3) and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (9) 3 August 28, 2016 35 Tokyo, Japan Apache Pro
40 Tomohiko Hashimoto (5) and Keisuke Okuda 1 October 2, 2016 84 Tokyo, Japan Kintaro Kanemura Retirement Tour - Day 1
41 Tatsuhito Takaiwa and Tetsuhiro Kuroda (10) 1 December 25, 2016 112 Tokyo, Japan Final Gong Apache promotion closed after the event and moved to A-Team.
A-Team
42 Masashi Takeda and Tomohiko Hashimoto (6) 1 April 16, 2017 117 Tokyo, Japan Take Off
43 Daisaku Shimoda (2) and Blue Shark 1 August 11, 2017 57 Tokyo, Japan A-Team
44 Daisuke Ikeda and HASEGAWA (2) 1 October 7, 2017 194+ Yokohama, Japan A-Team
  1. ^ The exact date when Onryo and Tetsuhiro Kuroda vacated the title is unknown.

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