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AJPW - ALL JAPAN PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING

ALL JAPAN/WORLD WRESTLING ASSOCIATION
WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE HISTORY

June 30, 1971--Present

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

1.Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo
06/30/71
Awarded as the first champions
give up the belts on same day after being unsatisfied with a match against Patty O'Hara and Texas Red
some sources list Aiko Kyo and Kyoko Okada as the first WWWA world tag champions, who were in fact the last American Girls Wrestling Association champions until the title was abandoned in '71 when Okada retired.

2.Patty O'Hara and Texas Red
07/01/71-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo in rematch.

3.Jumbo Miyamoto and Maxie Murata
07/06/71-Fukuyama

4.Marie Vagnone and Jane Sherill
09/30/71-Kawasaki

5.Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo [2]
10/05/71-Chiba

6.Marie Vagnone and Jane Sherill [2]
10/06/71 Niigata

7.Jumbo Miyamoto and Miyoko Hoshino
10/30/71 Okayama

8.Masked Lee and Sharon Lee
03/15/72-Nagoya

9.Jumbo Miyamoto and Miyoko Hoshino [2]
03/21/72 Nagasaki

10.Masked Lee and Flower Power
04/25/72-Hiroshima

11.Jumbo Miyamoto and Miyoko Hoshino [3]
04/26/72-Osaka

12.Masked Lee and Opearl Anston
07/22/72 Irima

13.Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo [3]
07/26/72 Kasukabe

14.Masked Lee and Sylvia Hackney
09/18/72 Muroran

15.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi
10/11/72 Kumamoto

16.Masked Lee and Panama Franco
11/07/72 Toyota

17.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [2]
11/17/72-Kawasaki

18.Masked Lee and Princess War Star
01/24/73 Yokkaichi

19.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [3]
02/02/73 Okayama

20.Masked Lee and Jackie West
03/17/73 Wakayama

21.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [4]
03/22/73-Hiroshima

22.Masked Lee and Sandy Parker
06/11/73 Sasebo

23.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [5]
06/25/73 Ofunato

24.Masked Lee and Sandy Parker [2]
07/17/73 Yokohama

25.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [6]
07/24/73-Nagoya

26.Masked Lee and Lita Marez
09/07/73 Nagasaki

27.Miyoko Hoshino and Peggy Kuroda
09/30/73 Himeji

28.Masked Lee and Juanita de Hoyos
10/08/73 Miyakonojo

29.Mariko Akagi and Peggy Kuroda
10/12/73 Kumamoto

30.Sarah Lee and Sylvia Hackney
11/16/73-Fukushima

31.Mariko Akagi and Peggy Kuroda [2]
12/04/73-Osaka

32.Jackie West and Sharon Lee
01/07/74-Niigata

33.Mariko Akagi and Peggy Kuroda [3]
01/17/74-Kagoshima

34.Jackie West and Sharon Lee [2]
02/15/74-Hiroshima

35.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki
02/16/74-Onomichi

36.Jackie West and Paula Niet
03/21/74-Higashi Osaka

37.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [2]
03/22/74 Wakayama

38.Jackie West and Paula Niet [2]
04/06/74-Toyama

39.Junko Sasaki and Peggy Kuroda
04/24/74-Kumamoto


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40.Sandy Parker and Jean Antoine
05/16/74-Shizuoka

41.Junko Sasaki and Peggy Kuroda [2]
05/21/74-Kochi

42.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli
06/03/74-Gifu

TITLE VACANT
06/74
Niccoli gives up title.

43.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [3]
06/05/74-Nagoya
Defeat Sandy Parker and Jean Antoine

44.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli [2]
06/14/74-Morioka

45.Jumbo Miyamoto and Junko Sasaki
06/28/74-Chichibu

46.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli [3]
06/29/74-Isehara

47.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [4]
07/09/74-Osaka

48.Sandy Parker and Betty Niccoli [4]
07/21/74-Takikawa

49.Mariko Akagi and Miyuki Yanagi
07/28/74-Muroran

50.Sandy Parker and Jean Antoine [2]
07/30/74-Mizusawa

51.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [7]
08/05/74-Tokyo, JAPAN

52.Jackie West and Panama Franco
08/24/74 Fukuoka

53.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [8]
09/03/74-Hiroshima

54.Jackie West and Jane Sherill
09/29/74-Gobou

55.Jumbo Miyamoto and Junko Sasaki [2]
10/02/74-Takamatsu

56.Miss Z and Jane Sherill
10/31/74-Tokuyama

57.Mariko Akagi and Junko Sasaki [5]
1
1/20/74-Matsumoto

58.Miss Z and Sylvia Hackney
01/09/75-Chiba

TITLE VACANT
02/75
Hackney gives up belt to train for WWWA World Singles Title.

59.Jumbo Miyamoto and Mariko Akagi [9]
03/01/75-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Sylvia Hackney and Sharon Lee

60.Rena Manami and Lola Garcia
04/03/75-Fukui

61.Mariko Akagi and Mach Fumiake
04/15/75-Nagoya

TITLE VACANT
07/31/75
Fumiake injured

62.Mariko Akagi and Mach Fumiake [2]
09/18/75=Kumamoto
Defeat Irma Gonzales and Cheryl Day

63.Beauty Pair (Jackie Sato and Maki Ueda)
02/24/76-Tokyo, JAPAN

64.Jackie West and Yukari Lynch
05/27/76-Kawasaki

TITLE VACANT
1976
Lynch vacates title to train for martial arts match.

65.Beauty Pair [2]
07/17/76-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Jackie West and Cheryl Day
Title held up after a match against Yumi Ikeshita and Shinobu Aso.

66.Yumi Ikeshita and Shinobu Aso
04/11/77-Hiroshima
Defeat Beauty Pair in rematch.

67.Jackie Sato and Nancy Kumi
07/29/77-Tokyo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
11/01/77

68.Nancy Kumi and Victoria Fujimi
02/06/78-Osaka
Defeat Mariko Akagi and Chino Sato

69.Queen Angels (Lucy Kayama and Tomi Aoyama)
08/09/78-Tokyo, JAPAN

70.Black Pair (Mami Kumano and Yumi Ikeshita)
04/06/79-Tokyo, JAPAN

71.Nancy Kumi and Lucy Kayama
02/05/80-Osaka

72.Rimi (Jaguar) Yokota and Ayumi (Jumbo) Hori
12/17/80-Nagoya

TITLE VACANT
01/04/81
Yokota gives up title to challenge for the WWWA World Singles Title.

73.Nancy Kumi and Ayumi Hori
02/25/81-Yokohama
Defeat Mami Kumano and Devil Masami

74.Yukari Omori and Mimi Hagiwara
11/09/81-Obuyama

75.Devil Masami and Talantula
08/10/82-Fukushima
Title held up on 01/26/83 after a match against Jumbo Hori and Yukari Omori.

76.Dynamite Girls (Jumbo Hori and Yukari Omori)
07/09/83-Ashikaga, JAPAN

77.Crush Gals (Lioness Asuka and Chigusa Nagayo)
08/25/84-Tokyo, JAPAN

78.Dump Matsumoto and Crane Yu
02/25/85-Tokyo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
04/85
Crane Yu retires.

79.Crush Gals [2]
05/16/85-Omiya, JAPAN
Defeat Dump Matsumoto and Bull Nakano

TITLE VACANT
12/85
Nagayo suffers ankle and knee injuries.

80.Jumping Bomb Angels (Itsuki Yamazaki and Noriyo Tateno)
01/05/86-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Bull Nakano and Condor Saito

81.Crush Gals [3]
03/20/86-Osaka, JAPAN

82.Dump Matsumoto and Bull Nakano
08/23/86-Kawasaki, JAPAN
Defeat Nagayo and Kazue Nagahori after Asuka is injured.

TITLE VACANT
01/09/87
Title declared vacant after a match against Jumping Bomb Angels in Tokyo.

83.Yumiko Hotta and Hisako Uno (Akira Hokuto)
04/15/87-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Leilani Kai and Judy Martin

84.Red Typhoons (Kazue Nagahori and Yumi Ogura)
04/27/87-Tokyo, JAPAN

85.Bull Nakano and Condor Saito
10/20/87-Tokyo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
01/05/88
Title declared vacant after a match against Fire Jets (Yumiko Hotta and Kitsuko Nishiwaki).

86.Bull Nakano and Grizzly Iwamoto
02/25/88-Kawasaki, JAPAN
Defeat Fire Jets

87.Fire Jets (Yumiko Hotta and Mitsuko Nishiwaki)
07/19/88-Tokyo, JAPAN

88.Calgary Typhoons (Mika Komatsu and Yumi Ogura)
08/25/88-Kawasaki

89.Crush Gals [4]
03/04/89-Tokyo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
05/06/89
Nagayo retires.

90.Marine Wolves (Suzuka Minami and Akira Hokuto)
06/18/89-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Grizzly Iwamoto and Bison Kimura

91.Fire Jets [2]
07/18/89-Tokyo, JAPAN

92.Aja Kong and Grizzly Iwamoto
12/09/89-Tokyo, JAPAN

93.Marine Wolves [2]
02/07/90-Osaka, JAPAN

94.Jungle Jack (Aja Kong and Bison Kimura)
12/09/90-Tokyo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
01/11/91
Vacate after losing non-title hair match to Bull Nakano and Kyoko Inoue in Kawasaki.

95.Jungle Jack [2]
04/04/91-Sendai
Defeat Yumiko Hotta and Akira Hokuto

96.Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada
03/20/92-Tokyo, JAPAN

97.Dynamite Kansai and Mayumi Ozaki
04/11/93-Osaka, JAPAN

98.Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada [2]
12/06/93-Tokyo, JAPAN

99.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue
10/09/94-Kawasaki, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
01/03/95
The 99th champions vacate the title, wanting to win the tournament to be the 100th champions.

100.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue [2]
03/21/95-Osaka, JAPAN
Win 8-team elimination tournament to be the 100th champions, defeating Manami Toyota and Blizzard Yuki (Sakie Hasegawa) in tournament final.

101.Akira Hokuto and Mima Shimoda
09/24/95-Kawasaki, JAPAN

102.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue [3]
01/22/96-Tokyo, JAPAN

103.Manami Toyota and Mima Shimoda
06/22/96 Sapporo, JAPAN

104.Tomoko Watanabe and Kumiko Maekawa
01/20/97-Tokyo, JAPAN

105.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita
06/18/97-Sapporo, JAPAN

TITLE VACANT
01/09/98

106.Masked Zaps: Zap I (Kaoru Ito) and Zap T (Tomoko Watanabe)
04/12/98-Tokyo, JAPAN
Defeat Takako Inoue and Kumiko Maekawa

107.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita [2]
07/10/99-Tokyo, JAPAN

108.Kumiko Maekawa and Tomoko Watanabe
12/08/99-Tokyo, JAPAN(Yoyogi National Gym)
18:07
Two out of three falls match

109.TITLES VACANT
05/20/2000

110.Momoe Nakanishi and Nae Takahashi
07/16/2000-Tokyo, JAPAN
Nakanishi and Takahashi defeated Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita in 6-team tournament final.

111.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita [3]
01/04/2001-Tokyo, JAPAN

112.Rumi Kazama and Takako Inoue
01/04/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN (Korakuen Hall)

113.Tomoko Watanabe and Nanae Takahashi
07/27/2001-Tokyo, JAPAN(Yoyogi National Stadium Gym II)

114.Nanae Takahashi and Momoe Nakanishi [2]
07/06/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN (Ota Ward Gym)
2 out of 3 falls match
22:10

115.Mima Shimoda and Etsuko Mita [4]
11/29/2002-Tokyo, JAPAN(Martial Arts Building)
23:26 (time of match during Third Fall)

TITLE VACANT
12/2002
Shimoda and Mita gave the titles back.

116.Mima Shimoda and Takako Inoue
01/03/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Momoe Nakanishi and Kayo Noumi in a 2/3 Falls match to win vacant title.
07:52

117.Nanae Takahashi and Etsuko Mita
04/20/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Korakuen Hall)

118.Kumiko Maekawa and Tomoko Watanabe [3]
06/01/2003-Sapporo, JAPAN (Sapporo Teisen Hall)
7:11 (time of Third Fall)

119.Kyoko Inoue and Takako Inoue [4]
09/15/2003-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

120.Ayako Hamada and Nanae Takahashi
01/03/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
16:21

Title held up
06/06/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Hamada and Takashi split after a match against Kumiko Maekawa and Yumiko Hotta

122.Aja Kong and Amazing Kong
10/06/2004-Tokyo, JAPAN (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeat Nanae Takahashi and Hikaru to win vacant title.
25:05

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