Compiled by Brian Westcott
1.Takashi Ishikawa and Kengo Kimura
Defeat Takashi Okano and Shoji Nakamaki in tournament final to become the first champions.
Ishikawa and Kimura vacate the titles, breaking up their team.
2.Ryuji Yamakawa and Yoshihiro Tajiri
Defeat Kishin Kawabata and Takashi Ishikawa to win vacant title.
3.Gedo and Jado
4.Ryuji Yamakawa and Yoshihiro Tajiri 
5.Shadow WX and Shadow Winger
6.Shoji Nakamaki and Ryuji Yamakawa
Nakamaki and Yamakawa forfeit the belts when Nakamaki leaves Big Japan Pro Wrestling.
7.Shadow WX and Tomoaki Honma
Win vacant title.
8.Mike Samples and Ryuji Yamakawa
07/31/99-Fukuoka (Hakata Star Lanes)
9.Shunme Matsuzaki and Kamikaze
10.The BJ Jacks (Ryuji Yamakawa and Tomoaki Honma)
01/07/2000-Osaka (Osaka Prefectural Gym)
11.Zandig and Nick Gage
06/02/2000-Nagaoka (Nagaoka City Welfare South Hall)
12.Wifebeater and Justice Pain
13.Shadow WX and Ryuji Yamakawa
15:40 Tokyo Korakuen Hall
14.Kamikaze and Abdullah Kobayashi
15.Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto
Title unified with FMW WEW Hardcore Tag Team Title
Men's Teioh and Daisuke Sekimoto defeated Kintaro Kanemura and Ryuji Yamakawa in a unification match.
16.Daikokubo Benkei and Abdullah Kobayashi
09/15/2002-Fukuoka, JAPAN (Hakata Star Lanes)
17.Ryuji Ito and BADBOY Hido
18.MEN's Teioh and Mr. Dai Nihon (Ryuji Yamakawa)
12/23/2003-Aichi, JAPAN (Port Messe)
19.Benkei Daikokuboh and Abdullah Kobayashi
20.Ryuji Itoh and Badboy Hido
21.MEN's Teioh and Mr. Big Japan (Ryuji Yamakawa)
22.Abdullah Kobayashi and Jaki Numasawa
23.GENTARO and Takashi Sasaki
Stripped for lack of title defenses.
24.Abdullah Kobayashi and Daisuke Sekimoto
Defeat Jun Kasai and Jaki Numasawa.
25.Mammoth Sasaki and Shadow WX
01/27/2006-Kawasaki (Kawasaki City Gymnasium)
26.Kengo Mashimo and Madoka
03/02/2008-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
27.Daisuke Sekimoto and Mammoth Sasaki
07/13/2008-Yokohama (Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium)
Mammoth Sasaki vacated the title after suffering injuries in an automobile accident
28.Isami Kodaka and Masashi Takeda
05/28/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Takashi Sasaki and Yuko Miyamoto in tournament final to win vacant title.
29.Daisuke Sekimoto and Yuji Okabayashi
07/27/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
30.Yoshito Sasaki and Shin'ya Ishikawa
12/13/2009-Fukuoka (Hakata Star Lane)
Ishikawa vacates the title due to leg injury.
31.Jun Kasai and Jaki Numasawa
Defeated Daisuke Sekimoto and Yoshito Sasaki in a 6-team tournament final for vacant title.
32.Daisuke Sakimoto and Yoshito Sasaki 
33.Jun Kasai and Jaki Numasawa 
34.Brahman Kei and Brahman Shu
01/30/2011-Nagoya, Aichi, JAPAN (Nagoya Club Diamond Hall)
35.Jun Kasai and Jaki Numasawa 
36.Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto
05/05/2011-Yokohama, Kanagawa (Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium)
37.Yoshito Sasaki and Shinobu
38.Yuji Okabayashi and Shinobu
39.Yuko Miyamoto and Isami Kodaka  40.Kohei Sato and Shuji Ishikawa 41.Yuji Okabayashi and Daisuke Sekimoto Tokyo Copyright 2015 - Jump City Productions
Defeat Kohei Sato and Shuji Ishikawa (c) in the final of the 2015 BJW Tag League.
40.Kohei Sato and Shuji Ishikawa
41.Yuji Okabayashi and Daisuke Sekimoto Tokyo
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