Compiled by Jeff Capo, Brian Westcott, and Hisaharu Tanabe
1.Samoa Joe and Keiji Sakota
Defeated Yuuki Ishikawa and Katsumi Usuda to become the first champions.
Samoa Joe held the following titles in Conjuction with the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
2.Steve Corino and Mike Rapada
Awarded by NWA President, Howard Brody
Steve Corino held the following titles in conjunction with the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Title:
3.Shinjiro Ohtani and Ishikawa
Defeated Corino and Rapada in their first title defense
Ishikawa left the NWA Zero-One promotion
4.Shinjiro Ohtani and Masato Tanaka
01/06/2002-Tokyo, Japan (Korakuen Hall)
Defeated UPW's Tom Howard and Samoa Joe when Tanaka hit Samoa Joe with the Roaring Elbow.
5.Nathan Jones and John Heidenreich
10/20/2002-Tokyo, Japan (Korakuen Hall)
6.Shin'ya Hashimoto and Naoya Ogawa
10/26/2002-Osaka, JAPAN (Rinkai Sports Center)
John Heidenreich and Nathan Jones reportedly signed with WWE.
7.Matt Ghaffari and Tom Howard
12/15/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
Zero One Truth Creation PPV
Tom Howard held the following titles in Conjuction with the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
8.Shin'ya Hashimoto and Naoya Ogawa 
04/29/2003-Aichi, JAPAN (Nagoya International Conference Hall)
Shin'ya Hashimoto held the following titles in Conjuction with the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
Ogawa threw Ghaffari over the top rope during the match
Stripped by NWA president Richard Arpin because of that.
9.Steve Corino and C.W. Anderson
05/02/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Kourakuen Hall
Defeated Hirotaka Yokoi and Kohei Sato for the vacant title when the referee "Mr. Fred" (Frederic Rubenstein) gave a fast count.
Steve Corino held the following titles in Conjuction with the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
10.Shinjiro Otani and Masato Tanaka 
08/31/2003-Gifu, Japan (Gifu Industry Hall)
11.Takao Omori and Shiro Koshinaka
12.Shin'ya Hashimoto and Yoshiaki Fujiwara
06/17/2004-Sendai, Japan (Miyagi Prefecture Sports Center)
13.Shinjiro Otani and Takao Omori
08/31/2004-Morioka, Japan (Iwate Prefectural Gym)
14.Masato Tanaka and Wataru Sakata
10/03/2004-Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
The match was a disqualification in 13'25, and they did a re-start which ended in 4'23.
NWA Intercontinental Tag, NWA International Light Tag, and NWA U.N. Heavyweight titles are all declared vacant by ZERO1-Max "General Manager" Oscar David for lack of title defenses.
15.Kohei Sato and Ryoji Sai
Defeated Shinjiro Ohtani and Masato Tanaka.
16.Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita
10/10/2005-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
17.The P-Force Men (Steve Corino and Y2P-160kg (Yutaka Yoshie)
02/25/2006-Osaka (Osaka Prefectural Gym II)
18.Kohei Sato & Ryouji Sai
06/20/2006-Kanagawa (Kanagawa Odawara Arena)
19.Takao Omori and Manabu Nakanishi
06/24/2006-Tokyo (Differ Ariake)
20.Yoshihiro Takayama and Kohei Sato
03/08/2007-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
21.Minoru Fujita and Takuya Sugawara
22.Mr. Wrestling 3 (Steve Corino) and Charles Evans
Mr. Wrestling 3 & Charles Evans have been stripped of the title due to Evans' "rebellious actions" against World Premier Federation, which recently acquired ZERO1 from First On Stage
23.Ryoji Sai and Osamu Namiguchi
03/15/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Mr. Wrestling III (Steve Corino) to win vacant title.
24.Kohei Sato and KAMIKAZE
07/16/2009-Utsunomiya, Tochigi (Tochigi Culture Center)
25.Ikuto Hidaka and Munenori Sawa
10/24/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
26.Shinjiro Ohtani and Akebono
27.Kohei Sato andd KAMIKAZE 29.Shito Ueda and Yusaku Obata Title Vacant
30.Akebono and Daisuke Sekimoto Copyright 2013 - Jump City Productions
Defeat Masato Tanaka and Daisuke Sekimoto in the final of the 8-team "Furinkazan" tag team league.
Due to Obata's injury.
29.Shito Ueda and Yusaku Obata
30.Akebono and Daisuke Sekimoto
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