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FMW - FRONTIER MARTIAL ARTS WRESTLING

FMW - WORLD ENTERTAINMENT WRESTLING
HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

1999--Present

Compiled by Brian Westcott and Earl Oliver

1.Kohdoh Fuyuki
?/99

2.Masato Tanaka
11/23/99-Yokohama

3.Tetsuhiro Kuroda
01/05/2000-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
22:43

4.Kodo Fuyuki
09/24/99-Tokyo
Awarded

5.Masato Tanaka
11/23/99-Yokohama

6.Tetsuhiro Kuroda
01/05/2000-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall) 22:43 (time of match)

7.Kodo Fuyuki [2]
05/05/2000-Tokyo

8.Tetsuhiro Kuroda [3]
04/01/2001-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
19:02

9.Hayabusa
05/22/2001-Sapporo (Tsukisame Green Dome)

10.Kintaro Kanemura
08/11/2001-Tokyo (Komazawa Olympic Stadium)
18:35

11.Hayabusa [2]
09/05/2001-Sapporo

12.Kintaro Kanemura [2]
09/05/2001-Tokyo
Belt returned by FMW "President" Yoshida who claims Hayabusa used an illegal move (hitting groin) during the match on September 5.

13.Hiromichi "Kodo" Fuyuki [3]
01/06/2002-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
18:11

Title Vacant
02/2002
FMW promotion closed

14.Kintaro Kanemura [3]
08/23/2002-Tokyo (Differ Ariake)
Defeated Tetsuhiro Kuroda to win vacant title.
12:08

[Records unclear]

15. Tomohiro Ishii
07/12/2008-Tokyo, Japan
Defeated Mammoth Sasaki

16.Kintaro Kanemura [3] br>02/26/2011-Tokyo

17.Arashi
05/27/2011-Tokyo

18.Tetsuhiro Kuroda
04/26/2012-Tokyo

Title Vacant
07/25/2012
Tetsuhiro Kuroda vacates the title to enter the "Takeover the Independent" round-robin tournament.

19.Tetsuhiro Kuroda
09/21/2012-Tokyo
Defeated Takeshi Minamino in the final of 16-man "Take Over the Independent".

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