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JWPP - JAPANESE WOMEN PRO-WRESTLING PROJECT

TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY

June 16, 1995--Present

Compiled by Brian Westcott

1.Mayumi Ozaki and Cutie Suzuki
08/09/92-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Dynamite Kansai and Sumiko Saito in tournament final to be the first champions.

2.Dynamite Kansai and Devil Masami
03/21/93-Tokyo, JAPAN

3.Mayumi Ozaki and Cutie Suzuki [2]
12/02/93-Kawasaki

4.Etsuko Mita and Mima Shimoda
03/27/94-Yokohama

5.Mayumi Ozaki and Hikari Fukuoka
01/08/95-Tokyo, JAPAN

6.Dynamite Kansai and Cutie Suzuki
03/18/95 Osaka

7.KAORU and Hikari Fukuoka
12/09/95-Yokohama

8.Dynamite Kansai and Cutie Suzuki [2]
07/07/96-Tokyo, JAPAN

9.Devil Masami and Hikari Fukuoka
11/26/96-Tokyo, JAPAN

10.Manami Toyota and Kaoru Ito
01/23/98-Kawasaki

11.Hikari Fukuoka and Tomoko Kuzumi
02/11/98-Tokyo, JAPAN

12.Devil Masami and Cutie Suzuki
06/14/98-Tokyo, JAPAN

13.Hikari Fukuoka and Tomoko Kuzumi [2]
07/31/98-Kawasaki

TITLE VACANT
11/98
Fukuoka suffers neck injury.

13.Commando Bolshoi and Rieko Amano
01/15/99-Osaka
Amano changed her name to Carlos Amano after February 24, 2000.

14.Zap I and Zap T
02/10/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN
Title held up after losing a match against Commando Bolshoi and Azumi Hyuga via DQ on June 18, 2000 in Tokyo, JAPAN.

15.Ran Yu Yu and Misae Genki
03/31/2001-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeated Commando Bolshoi and Azumi Hyuga in 8-team tournament final.

16.Azumi Hyuga and Kayoko Haruyama
08/31/2001-Tokyo, JAPAN

17.Commando Bolshoi and Gami
09/10/2001-Tokyo, JAPAN

18.Azumi Hyuga and Ran Yu Yu
07/20/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN (Kitazawa Town Hall)
21:23

TITLE VACANT
11/03/2002
Ran YuYu left the promotion and started with GAEA one day later.

19.Kayoko Haruyama and Kaori Yoneyama
01/25/20040-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Etsuko Mita and Misae Genki in 5-team tournament final for the vacant title.

20.Tsubasa Kuragaki and AKINO
12/12/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Kinema Klub)
8:16

21.Kaori Yoneyama and Tojuki Leon
05/15/2005-Tokyo

22.Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu-Yu
08/06/2006-Tokyo

23.Sachie Abe and KAZUKI
12/24/2006-Tokyo

Title Vacant
06/10/2007
Abe and KAZUKIenter the LSD45, a gauntlet tag team match.

24.Sachie Abe and KAZUKI [2]
06/10/2007-Tokyo
Won "LSD45", a tag team gauntlet match, last eliminating Toshie Uematsu and Yu-Yu Ran.

25.Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu-Yu [2]
07/08/2007-Tokyo

26.Tsubasa Kuragaki and Kayoko Haruyama
08/12/2007-Tokyo
Also become the first Daily Sports Women's Tag Team champions, defeating Yumiko Hotta and Manami Toyota in 4-team tournament final on 08/03/2008 in Tokyo; after this point, both titles are defended together.

27.Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu-Yu [3]
10/12/2008-Tokyo

28.Keito (Keiko Aono) and Yumiko Hotta
01/25/2009-Osaka

29.Commando Bolshoi and Megumi Yabushita
04/12/2009-Tokyo

30.Kaori Yoneyama and Emi Sakura
07/19/2009-Tokyo

31.Azumi Hyuga and Ran Yu-Yu [2]
12/13/2009 Kawasaki

32.Toshie Uematsu and KAZUKI
03/22/2010-Osaka

33.Sachie Abe and Aja Kong
09/19/2010-Tokyo

34.Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki
12/22/2010-Tokyo

35.Hailey Hatred and Kaori Yoneyama
11/13/2011-Tokyo
Reigning TLW World Champions, win a triple title match
Vacate all three titles on 01/05/2012

36.Toshie Uematsu and Ran Yu-Yu [4]
04/08/2012-Tokyo
Defeated Hanako Nakamori and Misaki Ohata in 10-team round-robin tournament final for JWP and the Daily Sports titles

Title Vacant
04/30/2012
Uematsu retires

37.Kaori Yoneyama and Emi Sakura [2]
05/04/2012-Tokyo
Defeated Commando Bolshoi and Rabit Miu.

38.Commando Bolshoi and Arisa Nakajima
08/19/2012-Tokyo

39.Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki [2]
01/06/2013-Tokyo

40.Hanako Nakamori and Maurie (Tomoko Morii)
08/18/2013-Tokyo

Title Vacant

41.Command Bolshoi and Kyoko Kimura
05/04/2014-Tokyo (Itabashi Green Hall)
Defeated Rabbit Miu and Tsukushi to win vacant title.
14:43

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