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FMW INDEPENDENT WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT/
WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT/
INDEPENDENT WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

October 28, 1993--Present

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncun & Gary Will
with additional information from Matt Benaka and Brian Westcott

1.The Great Sasuke {Masanori Marakawa}
10/28/93-Tokyo, JAPAN
The Great Sasuke defeated Battle Ranger Z to become the first champion.
20:43

Title Vacant
1994
The Great Sasuke vacated the title during 1994 to concentrate on a death match against Atsushi Onita.

2.Ricky Fuji
12/20/94
Nagoya, JAPAN
Ricky Fuji defeated The Great Sasuke to win the vacant title.

3.Hideki Hosaka
02/06/95
Okazaki, Aichi

4.Kouji Nakagawa
03/30/95
Yokohama, JAPAN

Title Vacant
1995

5.Kouji Nakagawa (2)
11/20/95-Fukuoka, JAPAN
Nakagawa defeated Fuji to win the vacant title.

6.TAKA Michinoku
05/05/96-Kawasaki, JAPAN

7.El Satanico
06/29/97
MEXICO

8.TAKA Michinoku (2)
08/25/97-Puebla, MEXICO

Title Vacant
12/18/1997

Renamed the FMW Junior Heavyweight Title

9.Minoru Tanaka
05/05/99-Yokohama
Defeated Ricky Fuji to become the new Champion
12:00

10.Yuuhi Sano
05/14/99-Sapporo

When Hiromichi Fuyuki became the FMW commissioner on May 31, 1999 he withdrew FMW recognition of the title
Sano was recognized as the first Independent World Junior Heavyweight Champion.

11.Minoru Tanaka [2]
01/30/2000-Tokyo

12.Katsumi Usuda
05/11/2000-Tokyo

FMW promotion closed
02/2002

13.Naoyuki Taira
06/18/2000-Tokyo

14.Katsumi Usuda [2]
11/26/2000-Tokyo

TITLE VACANT
01/12/2001

15.Ikuto Hidaka
02/17/2002-Kanagawa

TITLE VACANT
05/15/2002

16.Kota Ibushi
08/26/2007-Tokyo (Tokyo Differ Ariake)
Defeated Madoka to win vacant title.
15:40

17.Madoka
08/09/2008-Chiba (Chiba Port Arena Subarena)
16:05

18.Makoto Oishi
09/14/2008-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
16:50

19.GENTARO
09/23/2009-Chiba (Chiba Blue Field)
18:28

20.Marines Mask II
04/02/2010-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
16:30

21.Tigers Mask
09/09/2010-Tokyo (Shin-Kiba 1st Ring)
21:15

22.Orochi
09/26/2010-Osaka (Minami Move On Arena)
22:33

23.Tigers Mask [2]
11/13/2010-Osaka (Minami Move On Arena)
25:25

24.Daigoro Kashiwa
06/18/2011-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
18:24

25.HIROKI
11/06/2011-Tokyo

26.Ricky Fuji
01/26/2013-Chiba

27.TAKA Michinoku
?/?

28.TEPPEI
09/07/2014-Chiba
Won the title from TAKA Michinoku.

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