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AJPW - ALL JAPAN PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING

ALL JAPAN WOMENS' WORLD WRESTLING
WORLD SINGLES TITLE HISTORY

April, 1937--Present

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Brian Westcott

1.Mildred Burke
04/37
Wins World title from Clara Mortensen; forms WWWA in Los Angeles, CA in early '50s and recognizes herself as the first champion.

TITLE VACANT
08/70
Burke retires

2.Marie Vagnone
08/70-Los Angeles, CA
Wins tournament
presented the belt by Mildred Burke

3.Aiko Kyo
10/15/70-Tokyo, JAPAN

4.Jean Antoine
03/09/72-Odawara

5.Aiko Kyo [2]
03/15/72-Nagoya

6.Sandy Starr
04/26/72-Osaka

7.Aiko Kyo [3]
05/24/72-Fukuoka, JAPAN

8.Sarah Lee
07/01/72-Tokyo, JAPAN

9.Miyoko Hoshino
07/26/72-Kasugabe, JAPAN

10.Sandy Parker
05/15/73-Choshi, JAPAN

11.Miyoko Hoshino [2]
07/10/7-Kasama, JAPAN

12.Jumbo Miyamoto
09/11/73-Tokyo, JAPAN

13.Bambi Ball
03/02/74-Kawasaki, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
03/74
Ball injured

14.Jumbo Miyamoto [2]
03/06/74-Maehashi
Defeats Jane O'Brien

15.Jackie West
04/01/74 Kobe, JAPAN

16.Jumbo Miyamoto [3]
04/24/74-Kumamoto, JAPAN

17.Mach Fumiake
03/19/75-Tokyo, JAPAN

18.Jumbo Miyamoto [4]
04/02/75-Osaka, JAPAN

19.Mariko Akagi
03/15/76-Tokyo, JAPAN

20.Jumbo Miyamoto [5]
04/17/76-Toyokawa, JAPAN

21.Maki Ueda
06/08/76-Tottori, JAPAN

22.Mariko Akagi [2]
11/30/76-Tokyo, JAPAN

23.Maki Ueda [2]
07/29/77-Tokyo, JAPAN

24.Jackie Sato
11/01/77-Tokyo, JAPAN

25.Monster Ripper (Rhonda Singh)
07/31/79-Tokyo, JAPAN

26.Jackie Sato [2]
09/13/79-Tokyo, JAPAN

27.Monster Ripper [2]
03/15/80-Kawasaki

TITLE VACANT
08/08/80
Declared vacant after a match against Jackie Sato

28.Jackie Sato [3]
12/16/80-Tokyo
Defeats Nancy Kumi

29.Rimi Yokota/Jaguar Yokota
02/25/81-Yokohama, JAPAN

30.La Galactica
05/07/83-Kawasaki, JAPAN


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31.Jaguar Yokota [2]
06/01/83-Omiya

TITLE VACANT
12/85
Yokota retires

32.Devil Masami
12/12/85-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeats Dump Matsumoto

33.Yukari Omori
08/23/86-Kawasaki, JAPAN

34.Chigusa Nagayo
10/20/87-Tokyo

35.Lioness Asuka
08/25/88-Kawasaki, JAPAN
Wins when Nagayo is injured; Asuka refuses the title.

36.Lioness Asuka [2]
01/29/89-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeats Chigusa Nagayo; also recognized as the Unified Global Champion, defeating the American representative Madusa Miceli on 05/06/89 in Yokohama, JAPAN.

TITLE VACANT
07/19/89
Asuka retires

37.Bull Nakano
01/04/90-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeats Mitsuko Nishiwaki in tournament final

38.Aja Kong
11/26/92-Kawasaki

39.Manami Toyota
03/26/95-Yokohama

40.Aja Kong [2]
06/27/95-Sapporo, JAPAN

41.Dynamite Kansai
08/30/95-Osaka, JAPAN

42.Manami Toyota [2]
12/04/95-Tokyo

43.Kyoko Inoue
12/08/96-Tokyo, JAPAN
Unifies All Pacific and IWA Women's World titles, defeating Takako

44.Inoue on 01/20/97 in Tokyo.

TITLE VACANT
05/11/97-Nagoya
Inoue vacates the belts after being unsatisfied after a match against Kaoru Ito ends as a 60 min. time limit draw.

45.Kyoko Inoue [2]
06/17/97-Sapporo, JAPAN
Defeats Kaoru Ito

46.Yumiko Hotta
08/20/97-Tokyo, JAPAN

47.Shinobu Kandori
03/21/98-Tokyo, JAPAN

48.Yumiko Hotta [2]
03/10/99-Tokyo, JAPAN (Yoyogi National Stadium Gym II)
18:03

49.Kyoko Inoue [3]
07/11/99-Tokyo
20:50

50.Yumiko Hotta [3]
10/22/99-Fukuoka (Hakata Star Lanes)
16:07

51.Manami Toyota [3]
01/04/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
21:01

52.Kaoru Itoh
09/17/2000-Tokyo

53.Manami Toyota [4]
02/24/2002-Kanagawa, JAPAN (Yokohama Bunka Gym)
27:03
All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling Pay-Per-View

54.Kaoru Ito [2]
07/06/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN (Ota Ward Gym)
29:06

55.Momoe Nakanishi
10/20/2002-Kawasaki, JAPAN (Kawasaki City Gym)
22:56

56.Ayako Hamada
05/11/2003-Yokohama, JAPAN (Yokohama Arena)
21:47

57.Amazing Kong
01/04/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
23:43

58.Ayako Hamada [2]
05/02/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
18:43

59.Nanae Takahashi
12/12/2004-Kawasaki, JAPAN (Kawasaki City Gym)
33:30

TITLE VACANT
12/29/2004
Nanae Takahashi held a press conference to announce that she would have to vacate the title due to injury. She suffered a torn ligament in her knee on the 12/12/2004 show and damaged her knee further by continuing to work on it. She will have reconstructive knee surgery and is expected to be out of action for six months.

60.Kumiko Maekawa
01/03/2005-Tokyo, JAPAN (Korakuen Hall)
Defeats Ayako Hamada to win vacant title.
22:56

Title abandoned by the current champion Kumiko Maekawa
08/24/2005

61.Kumiko Maekawa
01/03/2006-Tokyo
Defeats Ayako Hamada for vacant title; All Japan Women's

Pro-Wrestling closes in 05/04.

62.Nanae Takahashi [2]
03/26/2006-Tokyo (Kourakuen Hall)
Maekawa put the title on her retirement match and lost the title to Takahashi, who immediately returned the belt to former AJWPW chairman Takashi Matsunaga
25:04

TitOle abandoned

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