From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan and Gary Will
with additional information from Brian Westcott and Hisaharu Tanabe
1.Tiger Jokinder and King Kong Czaya
Defeat Rikidozan and Harold Sakata in 5-team tournament final; title vacant.
2.Dan Miller and Frank Valois
Defeat Rikidozan and Michiaki Yoshimura.
3.Rikidozan and Toyonobori
4.Luther Lindsay and Ricky Waldo
5.Rikidozan and Toyonobori 
6.Mike Sharpe and Buddy Austin
7.Rikidozan and Toyonobori 
Title vacated when Toyonobori injured.
8.Rikidozan and Toyonobori 
Defeat Killer Kowalski and Fred Atkins
Rikidozan dies from stab wounds suffered on 12/08/63 in Tokyo.
9.Toyonobori and Michiaki Yoshimura
Defeat Prince Curtis Iaukea and Don Manoukian.
10.Gene Kiniski and Caripus Hurricane (Ciclon Negro)
11.Toyonobori and Giant Baba
12.The Destroyer and Billy Red Lyons
13.Toyonobori and Giant Baba 
Toyonobori takes a leave of absence
Toyonobori is officially expelled from JWA on 03/21/66
14.Killer Karl Kox and Joe Carrolo
Defeat Michiaki Yoshimura and Giant Baba.
15.Michiaki Yoshimura and Hiro Matsuda
16.Killer Karl Kox and Eddie Graham
17.Michiaki Yoshimura and Giant Baba
Baba vacates the title 0n 66/11/05 after winning NWA International Heavyweight Title.
18.Michiaki Yoshimura and Kintaro Ohki (KIM Il)
Defeat Eddie Morea and Tarzan Zorro; vacant in 04/67 when Ohki injured in auto accident.
19.Michiaki Yoshimura and Antonio Inoki
Defeat Waldo Von Erich and Ike Eakins
Inoki vacates the title on 10/31/67 after winning NWA International Tag Team title with Giant Baba.
20.Michiaki Yoshimura and Kintaro Ohki 
Defeat Bill Miller and Rick Hunter.
21.Skull Murphy and Klondike Bill
23.Michiaki Yoshimura and Kintaro Ohki 
Yoshimura vacates the title on 12/07/68 or 01/21/69 when Yoshimura leaves for the U.S
24.Kintaro Ohki and Antonio Inoki 
Defeat Buster Royd and Tom Jones
Ohki vacates the title to concentrate on defending Asian Heavyweight Title.
25.Michiaki Yoshimura and Antonio Inoki 
Defeat Crusher Lisowski and Al Mahilik; help-up on 10/10/69 after a match against Buddy Austin and Mr. Atomic in Yamagata.
26.Michiaki Yoshimura and Antonio Inoki 
Defeat Buddy Austin and Mr. Atomic in rematch
Inoki expelled from JWA
27.Michiaki Yoshimura and Seiji Sakaguchi
Yoshimura announces retirement.
28.Great Kojika and Gentetsu Matsuoka
Defeat Kurt Von Steiger and Killer Karl Krupp; vacant when JWA closes on 73/04/20.
29.Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma
03/26/76-Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
Defeat Korean representatives
30.Jerry Oates and Ted Oates
31.Akihisa Takachiho and Samson Kutsuwada
32.Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma 
33.Mighty Inoue and Animal Hamaguchi
34.Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma 
Kojima and Okuma do not defend title for 3 months.
35.Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma 
Defeat Kiwis: Butch Miller and Sweet William (Luke Williams)
36.Kevin Von Erich and David Von Erich
1st fall 16:21(VonErich), 2nd fall 3:23(Okuma), 3rd fall 2:22(VonErich)
37.Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato
38.Ashura Hara and Mighty Inoue
Defeat Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma
Inoue vacates in 02/84 to concentrate on junior heavyweight title.
39.Ashura Hara and Takashi Ishikawa
Defeat Jerry Morrow and Thomas Ivey
Hara vacates title in 10/84.
40.Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato 
Defeat Animal Hamaguchi and Masanobu Kurisu
41.Isamu Teranishi and Animal Hamaguchi
42.Isamu Teranishi and Norio Honaga
Hamaguchi injured and replaced by Honaga.
43.Takashi Ishikawa and Mighty Inoue
44.Ashura Hara and Super Strong Machine
Machine jumps to New Japan.
45.Takashi Ishikawa and Mighty Inoue 
Defeat Isamu Teranishi and Masanobu Kurisu
46.Footloose (Toshiaki Kawada and Hiromichi "Samson" Fuyuki)
03/09/88 Yokohama, JAPAN
47.Shunji Takano and Shinichi Nakano
49.Can-Am Express: Dan Kroffat and Doug Furnas
10/20/89 Nagoya, JAPAN
50.Can-Am Express 
51.Kenta Kobashi and Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa)
Tiger Mask vacates the title on 05/15/90 for singles matches.
52.Shinichi Nakano and Akira Taue
Defeat Davey Boy Smith and Johnny Smith
Nakano jumps to SWS.
53.Kenta Kobashi and Johnny Ace
Defeat Fantastics (Tommy Rogers and Bobby Fulton)
54.British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid and Johnny Smith)
Defeat Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
55.Can-Am Express 
56.Kenta Kobashi and Johnny Ace 
57.Joel Deaton and Billy Black
58.Can-Am Express 
59.Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
60.The Patriot (Del Wilkes) and The Eagle (Jackie Fulton)
62.Can-Am Express 
63.Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori
64.Johnny Smith and Wolf Hawkfield
65.Tamon Honda and Jun Izumida
66.Hayabusa and Jinsei Shinzaki
67.Takao Omori and Yoshihiro Takayama
Misawa and Yoshinari Ogawa won the World and Asian Tag Team titles, defeating Ohmori and Takayama on Aug. 25th in Hiroshima.
At this point, Misawa held ALL titles of All Japan except the World Junior Heavyweight Title. However, Misawa vacated the Asian Tag Team title after the match to give the chance to other wrestlers.
68.Tamon Honda and Masao Inoue
Defeated Johnny Smith and Maunakea Mossman in the deciding match of a round-robin tournament.
Honda and Inoue leave the promotion
69.Masahito Kakihara and Mitsuya Nagai
Defeated Yuuji Nagata and Shin'ya Makabe to win the vacant title.
Kakihara vacates in August 2001 due to a knee injury.
70.Arashi and Koki Kitahara
Defeated Nobutaka Araya and Shigeo Okumura for vacant title.
71.Nobutaka Araya and Arashi
04/13/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN (Nihon Budokan)
Defeat Mitsuya Nagai and Shigeo Okumura to win vacant titles.
Arashi and Nobutaka Araya vacate the titles due to Arashi winning the All Japan World Tag Team Title with Keiji Muto on 06/08/2003 in Yokohama, JAPAN.
72.Kohei Sato and Hirotaka Yokoi
07/19/2003 Tokyo, JAPAN (Nihon Budokan)
Defeated Tomoaki Honma and Kazushi Miyamoto in a tournament final to win vacant title.
73.Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Kintaro Kanemura
10/10/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
74.Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mr. Gannosuke
12/25/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeat Tengukeiser and Jun Kasai for the vacant title.
75.Great Kosuke (Satoshi Kojima) and Shiryu (Kaz Hayashi)
01/02/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
76.Genichiro Tenryu and Masa Fuchi
05/22/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
77.Mitsuya Nagai and Masayuki Naruse
11/03/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
78.Bull Buchanan and Rico (Constantino)
02/02/2005-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
80.Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima
07/26/2005-Tokyo (Yoyogi National Stadium Gym II)
Kensuke Sasaki and Katsuhiko Nakajima vacate the title due to Sasaki's eye injury which he suffered earlier this year.
81.Minoru Suzuki and NOSAWA Ronagi
Defeated Osamu Nishimura and Masanobu Fuchi to win the vacant titles in a tournament final
82.Akebono and Ryota Hama
09/23/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
83.TARU and Big Daddy Voodoo (Nelson Frazier)
84.Manabu Soya and Seiya Sanada
08/29/2010-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
85.Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi
86.Manabu Soya and Seiya Sanada 
06/19/2011-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
87.Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi 
88.Akebono and Ryota Hama 
Due to Akebono's illness.
89.Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka
10/21/2012-Nagoya, Aichi, JAPAN (Nagoya International Conference Hall)
90.Hiroshi Yamato and Hikaru Sato
91.Minoru Tanaka and Koji Kanemoto 
92.Kotaro Suzuki and Atsushi Aoki
93.Jun Akiyama and Yoshinobu Kanemaru
01/26/201-Kobe, Hyogo, JAPAN (Kobe Sambo Hall)
93.Keisuke Ishii and Shigehiro Irie
04/29/2014-Tokyo (Korakuen Hall)
94.Kento Miyahara and Kotaro Suzuki
08/16/2014-Tokyo (Korakuen Hall)
95.Mitsuya Nagai and Takeshi Minamino
96.Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Ultimo Dragon
Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Ultimo Dragon vacated the title on for not winning the Junior Heavyweight Tag Team League.
97.Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto
Defeated Kotaro Suzuki and Yohei Nakajima for the vacant title.
98.Hikaru Sato and Atsushi Aoki
99.Masanobu Fuchi and Atsushi Onita
100.Hikaru Sato and Atsushi Aoki 
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