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MICHINOKU PRO WRESTLING

INDEPENDENT WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT
TITLE HISTORY

May 14, 1999--May 15, 2002

Compiled by Richard Palma

1.Naoki Sano
05/14/99-Sapporo, JAPAN Defeated Minoru Tanaka for FMW Junior Heavyweight Title; recognized as the first Independent World champion when FMW withdraws the title recognition.

2.Minoru Tanaka
01/30/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN

3.Katsumi Usuda
05/11/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN

4.Naoyuki Taira
06/18/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN

5.Katsumi Usuda
11/26/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN

Title Vacant
01/12/04/2001
Vacates after Battlarts becomes inactive.

6.Ikuto Hidaka
02/17/2002-Kanagawa, JAPAN
Defeats Kazuya Yuasa in 8-man tournament final;

Title abandoned
05/15/2002

7.Kota Ibushi
08/26/2007-Tokyo
Defeated Madoka when the title was reactivated.

8.Madoka
08/09/2008-Chiba

9.Makoto Oishi
09/14/2008/Tokyo

10.GENTARO
09/23/2009-Chiba Marines Mask
04/02/2010-Tokyo

11.Tigers Mask
09/09/2010-Chiba

12.Orochi
09/26/2010-Osaka

13.Tigers Mask [2]
11/13/2010-Osaka

14.Daigoro Kashiwa
06/18/2011-Tokyo

15.HIROKI (Hi69)
11/06/2011-Tokyo

16.Ricky Fuji
01/26/2013-Chiba

17.Hayato Nanjo
04/14/2013-Tokyo

18.TAKA Michinoku
05/11/2013-Osaka

19.Atsushi Maruyama (Tigers Mask) [3]
09/07/2014-Chiba
Won the title as TEPPEI; eventually started wrestling under his real name.

20.Hi69 [2]
2015/02/22 Chiba

21.Isami Kodaka
04/12/2015-Tokyo

22.Shiori Asahi
11/01/2015-Tokyo

23.Ken Ohka
2017/03/18 Chiba

24.Daisuke Sasaki
09/24/2017-Tokyo
DDT Extreme champion, defeats Oya via submission in a 3-way match that also involves KO-D Openweight Champion Konosuke Takeshita.

25.Ken Ohka [2]
12/20/2017-Tokyo
Wins Independent World Title only.

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