Compiled by Brian Westcott
1.Dick Togo and Ikuto Hidaka
12/26/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeat Tatsuhito Takaiwa & Naohiro Hoshikawa in a 4-team tournament final to become the first champions.
NWA Zero-One card
2.Leonardo Spanky and Low Ki
3.Tatsuhito Takaiwa and Tomohiro Ishii
06/04/2004-Hachinohe, JAPAN (Hachinohe Citizen Gym)
4.Spanky and Kaz Hayashi
09/19/2004-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
All NWA titles are declared vacant by General Manager Oscar David due to "lack of defenses" and not "wealth of titles."
5.Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita
03/27/2005-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Leonardo Spanky and Alex Shelley to win vacant title.
6.Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin
08/25/2006-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
7.Takuya Sugawara and Minoru Fujita
Reigning Intercontinental champions, defeat Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin win a double title match.
8.Ikuto Hidaka and Munenori Sawa
9.Ikuto Hidaka and Takafumi Ito
10.Jimmy Susumu (Susumu Yokosuka) and Jimmy Kagetora (KAGETORA)
Defeat Ikuto Hidaka and Takafumi Ito and Takuya Sugawara and Mineo Fujita in a 3-way match for the vacant title.
11.Takuya Sugawara and Mineo Fujita
12.Frank David & Shawn Guinness
Vacated because David couldn't come to Japan.
13.Tigers Mask and Billy Ken Kid
Defeated Ikuto Hidaka and Fujita "Jr." Hayato and Jason Lee and Mineo Fujita in 3-way match
Tigers Mask wrestled as Atsushi Maruyama after 04/22/2014
14.Takuya Sugawara and "brother" YASSHI
15.Shuji Kondo and Seiki Yoshioka
16.Takuya Sugawara and "brother" YASSHI
17.Ikuto Hidaka and Fujita "Jr." Hayato
18.Ryuichi Sekine and Ryota Nakatsu
19.Isami Kodaka and Takumi Tsukamoto 
20.Koji Kanemoto and Minoru Tanaka
21.Shinjiro Ohtani and Tatsuhito Takaiwa 
22.Ikuto Hidaka and Takuya Sugawara
23.SUGI and Masamune
24.Ikuto Hidaka and Fuminori Abe
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