|Defeats Hong Kong representative King Kong in tournament final; vacant when Rikidozan dies on 63/12/15 from stab wounds suffered on 12/08 in Tokyo.|
|Kintaro Ohki (KIM Il)||1968/11/09||Seoul, KOR|
|Defeats Buddy Austin.|
|Kintaro Ohki ||1971/02/02||Hiroshima|
|Inactive when JWA closes in 73; reactiviated in 76 after New Japan announces the creation of its own version of the title; held up after a match against Waldo Von Erich on 76/09/24 in Ohmiya, Saitama|
|Kintaro Ohki ||1976/10/21||Fukushima|
|Defeats Waldo Von Erich in rematch.|
|Vacates on 81/04/13; may have never defended the title; New Japan version is retired on 81/05/21.|
|Kintaro Ohki ||1981||KOR|
|Ohki has not wrestled since mid-80s and officially retires on 04/02/95; title is retired.|
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