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AJPW - ALL JAPAN PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING

ALL JAPAN/PACIFIC WRESTLING FEDERATION
WORLD JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

July 31, 1986--August 22, 1997

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Brian Westcott and Andrew Zadarnowski

1.Hiro Saito
07/31/86-Tokyo
Defeats Brad Armstrong in tournament final.

2.Kuniaki Kobayashi
11/23/86-Tokyo

3.Masanobu Fuchi
01/03/87-Tokyo

4.Joe Malenko
01/20/89-Fukuoka
15:22

5.Mighty Inoue
01/25/89-Osaka
14:58

6.Masanobu Fuchi [2]
03/03/89-Tokyo

7.Shinichi Nakano
04/16/89-Tokyo

8.Mitsuo Momota
04/20/89-Osaka

9.Joe Malenko [2]
07/01/89-Omiya
14:10

10.Masanobu Fuchi [3]
10/20/89-Nagoya
19:15

11.Dan Kroffat (Phil LaFond)
05/21/93-Sapporo

12.Masanobu Fuchi [4]
08/23/93-Shizuoka

13.Dan Kroffat [2]
07/12/94-Kagoshima

14.Yoshinari Ogawa
09/10/95-Tokyo

15.Masanobu Fuchi [5]
06/30/96-Tokyo

16.Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
07/24/96-Tokyo

17.Yoshinari Ogawa [2]
01/15/97-Tokyo

18.Maunakea Mossman
08/22/97-Tokyo

19,Yoshinari Ogawa [3]
07/19/98
Niigata, defeats Satoru Asako in tournament final

Title Vacant
06/2000
Ogawa left the promotion

20.Kendo Kashin
04/13/2002-Tokyo, japan (Nihon Budokan)
Defeated Masa Fuchi to win vacant title.
16:54

Title Vacant
02/12/2004-Tokyo, Japan
Kendo Kashin has been stripped of the World Junior Heavyweight Title due to no-show for the card on previous day. At the press conference, All Japan official said that they haven't been able to contact Kashin.

21.Kaz Hayashi
02/22/2004-Tokyo, Japan (Nihon Budokan)
Defeated BLUE-K (TAKA Michinoku with a new Super K blue light special gimmick) to win vacant title.
14:31

22.TAKA Michinoku
01/10/2005-Tokyo
K-Dojo card

23.Shuji Kondo
10/22/2005-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
20:54

24.Katsuhiko Nakajima
02/17/2007-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
24:25

Title Held Up
10/18/2007-Tokyo (Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2)
Title held up after a match between Katsuhiko Nakajima and Silver King ended in a no contest

25.Silver King
03/01/2008-Tokyo
Defeated Katsuhiko Nakajima

26.Ryuji Hijikata
04/29/2008-Nagoya

27.Naomichi Marufuji
09/28/2008-Yokohama, JAPAN (Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium)
25:30

28.Kaz Hayashi [2]
02/06/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
32:25

29.Minoru
01/02/2011-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
22:08

Title Vacant
06/03/2011
Minoru was suspended indefinitely for being in the same dressing room when Nobukazu Hirai was physically assaulted by TARU and hospitalized in Kobe on 05/29/2011.

30.KAI
06/19/2011-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
Defeated Shuji Kondo to win vacant title.
25:41

31.Kenny Omega
10/23/2011-Tokyo

32.KAI [2]
05/27/2012-Tokyo

33.Hiroshi Yamato
08/12/2012-Tokyo

34.Shuji Kondo
01/02/2013-Tokyo

35.Yoshinobu Kanemaru
02/23/2013-Tokyo

36.Ultimo Dragon
12/15/2013-Tokyo

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