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AJPW - ALL JAPAN PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING

ALL JAPAN
TRIPLE CROWN HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

April 4, 1989--Present

Compiled by Hisaharu Tanabe

1.Jumbo Tsuruta
04/18/89-Tokyo
Reigning NWA International champion, defeated PWF and NWA United National champion Stan Hansen to unify three titles.

2.Gen'ichiro Tenryu
06/05/89-Tokyo

3.Jumbo Tsuruta [2]
10/11/89-Yokohama

4.Terry Gordy
06/05/90-Chiba

5.Stan Hansen
06/08/90-Tokyo

6.Terry Gordy [2]
07/17/90-Ishikawa

Title Vacant
07/27/90
Gordy hospitalized

7.Stan Hansen [2]
07/27/90-Matsudo
Defeated Mitsuharu Misawa.

8.Jumbo Tsuruta [3]
01/19/91-Matsumoto

9.Stan Hansen [3]
01/28/92-Tokyo

10.Mitsuharu Misawa
08/22/92-Tokyo

11.Steve Williams
07/28/94-Tokyo

12.Toshiaki Kawada
10/22/94-Tokyo

13.Stan Hansen [4]
03/04/95-Tokyo

14.Mitsuharu Misawa [2]
05/26/95-Sapporo

15.Akira Taue
05/24/96-Sapporo

16.Kenta Kobashi
07/24/96-Tokyo

17.Mitsuharu Misawa [3]
01/20/97-Osaka

18.Toshiaki Kawada [2]
05/01/98-Tokyo

19.Kenta Kobashi [2]
06/12/98-Tokyo

20.Mitsuharu Misawa [4]
10/31/98-Tokyo

21.Toshiaki Kawada [3]
01/22/99-Osaka

Title Vacant
01/29/99
Broke his right arm in the title match on 01/22/99

22.Vader
03/06/99-Tokyo
Defeated Akira Taue.

23.Mitsuharu Misawa [5]
05/02/99-Tokyo

24.Vader [2]
10/30/99-Tokyo

25.Kenta Kobashi [3]
02/27/2000-Tokyo

Title Vacant
06/2000
Kobashi leaves the promotion.

26.Gen'ichiro Tenryu [2]
10/28/2000-Tokyo
Defeated Toshiaki Kawada in 8-man tournament final.

27.Keiji Mutoh
06/08/2001-Tokyo

28.Toshiaki Kawada [4]
02/24/2002-Tokyo Vacates on 02/03/28 due to a knee injury.

29.Gen'ichiro Tenryu [3]
04/13/2002-Tokyo Defeats Toshiaki Kawada.

30.Great Muta (Keiji Mutoh) [2]
10/27/2002-Tokyo

31.Shin'ya Hashimoto
02/23/2003-Tokyo

Title Vacant
08/16/2003
Vacates due to knee injury.

32.Toshiaki Kawada [5]
09/06/2003-Tokyo
Defeated Shinjiro Otani in a tournament final.

33.Satoshi Kojima
02/16/2005-Tokyo
Also won IWGP Heavyweight Title, defeating Hiroyoshi Tenzan on 02/20/2005 in Tokyo but lost it back to Tenzan on 05/14/2005 in Tokyo.

34.Taiyo Kea
07/03/2006Tokyo

35.Minoru Suzuki
09/03/2006-Sapporo

36.Kensuke Sasaki
08/26/2007-Tokyo

37.Suwama
04/29/2008-Nagoya

38.Great Muta [3]
09/28/2008-Yokohama

39.Yoshihiro Takayama
03/14/2009-Tokyo

40.Kojima
09/26/2009-Yokohama

41.Ryota Hama
03/21/2010-Tokyo

42.Minoru Suzuki [2]
05/02/2010-Nagoya

43.Suwama [2]
08/29/2010-Tokyo

44.Jun Akiyama
10/23/2011-Tokyo

45.Masakatsu Funaki
08/26/2012-Tokyo

46.Suwama [2]
03/17/2013-Tokyo

47.Akebono
10/27/2013-Tokyo

Title Vacant
05/30/2014
Akebono vacates the title due to illness.

48.Takao Ohmori
06/15/2014-Tokyo
Defeated Jun Akiyama for the vacant title.

49.Suwama [4]
06/29/2014-Sapporo (Sapporo Teisen Hall)


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