June 10, 1988--Present
From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan and Gary Will
with additional information from Brian Westcott, Hisahiro Tanabe and Andrew Zadarnowski
1.Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu
2.Stan Hansen and Terry Gordy
3.Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu 
4.Revolution: Genichiro Tenryu and Ashura Hara
08/29/88-Tokyo (Budokan Hall)
5.Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu 
Tsuruta and Yatsu vacate titles after losing non-title match to Stan Hansen and Terry Gordy on 11/30/88 in Takasaki.
6.Stan Hansen and Terry Gordy 
Defeat Genichiro Tenryu and Toshiaki Kawada in tournament final
7.Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu 
02/02/89-Kansas City, MO
8.Stan Hansen and Genichiro Tenryu
9.Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu 
10.Stan Hansen and Genichiro Tenryu 
11.Stan Hansen and Genichiro Tenryu 
12/06/89-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
Defeat Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu in tournament final
12.Terry Gordy and Steve Williams
03/06/90-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
13.Jumbo Tsuruta and Great Kabuki
Kabuki jumps to SWS
14.Terry Gordy and Steve Williams 
12/07/90-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
Defeat Stan Hansen and Dan Spivey in tournament final
15.Stan Hansen and Dan Spivey
04/18/91-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
16.Terry Gordy and Steve Williams 
17.Mitsuharu Misawa and Toshiaki Kawada
Misawa and Kawada vacate title for tournament
18.Terry Gordy and Steve Williams 
Win tournament final
19.Jumbo Tsuruta and Akira Taue
03/04/92-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
Tsuruta hospitalized with liver problems
20.Mitsuharu Misawa and Toshiaki Kawada 
Win tournament final
21.Terry Gordy and Steve Williams <
22.Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue
23.Stan Hansen and Ted DiBiase
09/03/93-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
24.Mitsuharu Misawa and Kenta Kobashi
12/03/93-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
Defeat Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue in tournament final
25.Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue 
06/09/95-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
26.Stan Hansen and Gary Albright
27.Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue 
28.Mitsuharu Misawa and Jun Akiyama
29.Steve Williams and Johnny Ace
09/05/96-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
30.Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue 
31.Kenta Kobashi and Johnny Ace
32.Steve Williams and Gary Albright
07/25/97-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
33.Kenta Kobashi and Johnny Ace 
34.Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue 
35.Kenta Kobashi and Jun Akiyama
36.Johnny Ace and Bart Gunn
37.Takao Omori and Yoshihiro Takayama
07/23/99-Tokyo - Nippon Budokan (Tokyo Martial Arts Building)
38.Misawa and Yoshinari Ogawa
39.Kenta Kobashi and Jun Akiyama 
10/23/99-Nagoya (Aichi Prefectural Gym)
Kobashi pins Misawa
40.Vader and Steve Williams
02/20/2000-Kobe (Kobe World Hall)
Vader pinned Kobashi
Vader injured in April 2000 - vacates title
41.Toshiaki Kawada and Akira Taue 
06/09/2000-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
Defeat Takao Ohmori and Yoshihiro Takayama in 4-team tournament final to win vacant title.
Taue leaves the promotion.
42.Taiyo Kea (Maunakea Mossman) and Johnny Smith
01/04/2001-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeat Toshiaki Kawada and Masanobu Fuchi for vacant title.
43.Gen'ichiro Tenryu and Yoji Anjoh
07/14/2001-Tokyo (Nippon Budokan)
44.Taiyo Kea and Keiji Muto
10/22/2001-Niigata (Niigata City Gym)
45.Kronic (Brian Adams and Bryan Clark)
07/17/2002-Osaka (Prefectural Gym)
Bryan Adams got involved in pro boxing.
46.Satoshi Kojima and Taiyo Kea
12/06/2002-Tokyo (Nihon Budokan)
Defeat Shinjiro Otani and Masato Tanaka in tournament final to win vacant title.
All Japan Pro Wrestling Real World Tag Team League Tournament
Satoshi Kojima held the following titles in conjunction with the The AJPW World Tag Team Titles:
Satoshi Kojima vacated World Tag Team Title because of no title defense almost for half a year due to Kea's absence.
47.Keiji Muto and Arashi
06/08/2003-Kanagawa, JAPAN (Yokohama Bunka Gym)
Defeated Satoshi Kojima and Jimmy Yang in a tournament final to win vacant title.
48.Satoshi Kojima and Kaz Hayashi
01/18/2004-Osaka, JAPAN (Osaka Prefectural Gym)
49.Kendo Ka Shin and Yuji Nagata
06/12/2004-Nagoya, JAPAN (Nagoya Aiichi Prefectural Gym)
Titles vacated by All-Japan Director Masa Fuchi due to champions Kendo Ka Shin and Yuji Nagata not defending their titles in over 6 months.
50.Taiyo Kea and Jamal
Defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi and Yutaka Yoshie to win vacant title. 27:16 (time of match) Osaka Prefectural Gym
52.Toshiaki Kawada and Taiyo Kea
02/17/2007-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
Defeated Kohei Suwama and RO'Z to win vacant title.
53.Satoshi Kojima and TARU
08/26/2007-Tokyo (Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan)
54.Keiji Muto and Joe Doering
01/03/2008-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
55.Taiyo Kea and Minoru Suzuki
06/28/2008-Osaka (Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium)
56.Keiji Muto and Masakatsu Funaki
01/03/2010-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
56.Akebono and Taiyo Kea
07/04/2010-Osaka (Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium)
Defeated Ryota Hama and Suwamra to wibn vacant title.
57.Voodoo Murders (Joe Doering and KONO)
02/06/2011-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
KONO was suspended indefinitely for being in the same dressing room when Nobukazu Hirai was physically assaulted by TARU and hospitalized in Kobe on 11/05/29/2011.
58.The Great Muta and KENSO
06/19/2011-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
Defeat Akebono and Ryota Hama to win vacant title.
59.Takao Omori and Manabu Soya
60.Seiya Sanada and Joe Doring
61.Takao Omori and Manabu Soya 
62.Seiya Sanada and Joe Doring
Sanada and Doring vacate the title, suggesting that the winners of the "2012 Real World Tag League" should hold the title.
63.Takao Omori and Manabu Soya 
Defeated Suwama and Joe Doring in the "2012 Real World Tag League" final for the vacant title.
64.Go Shiozaki and Jun Akiyama
03/17/2013-Tokyo (Ryogoku Kokugikan)
65.Suwama and Joe Doring
66.Takao Ohmori and Jun Akiyama
Takao Ohmori and Jun Akiyama vacate the title for the annual Real World Tag Team League.
67.Jun Akiyama and Takao Ohmori 
Defeated Go Shiozaki and Kento Miyahara in the final of the 2014 Real World Tag Team League.
68.Akebono and Yutaka Yoshie
69.Go Shiozaki and Kento Miyahara
Go Shiozaki, who has held the title with Kento Miyahara, vacated the title when he announced his departure from the promotion.
70.Zeus and The Bodyguard
Defeated Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori for the vacant title.
71.Yuji Okabayashi and Daisuke Sekimoto
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