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All Asia Tag Team Title
(as of 2014/08/16)

JWA ( 1955 - 1973/04/14 )
All Japan ( 1976/03 - )

[ 日本語 ]

Tiger Joginder & King Kong Czaya 1955/11/16 Tokyo
Defeat Rikidozan & Harold Sakata in 5-team tournament final; title vacant.
Dan Miller & Frank Valois 1960/06/02 Osaka
Defeat Rikidozan & Michiaki Yoshimura.
Rikidozan & Toyonobori 1960/06/07 Nagoya
Luther Lindsay & Ricky Waldo 1962/02/03 Tokyo
Rikidozan & Toyonobori [2] 1962/02/15 Tokyo
Mike Sharpe & Buddy Austin 1962/06/04 Osaka
Rikidozan & Toyonobori [3] 1962/07/01 Toyonaka
Vacate in 63/01 when Toyonobori injured.
Rikidozan & Toyonobori [4] 1963/05/06 Sapporo
Defeat Killer Kowalski & Fred Atkins; vacant on 63/12/15 when Rikidozan dies from stab wounds suffered on 63/12/08 in Tokyo.
Toyonobori & Michiaki Yoshimura 1964/02/20 Nagoya
Defeat Prince Curtis Iaukea & Don Manoukian.
Gene Kiniski & Caribs Hurricane (Ciclon Negro) 1964/05/14 Yokohama
Toyonobori & Giant Baba 1964/05/29 Sapporo
The Destroyer & Billy Red Lyons 1965/06/03 Sapporo
Toyonobori & Giant Baba [2] 1965/07/15 Shizuoka
Vacant on 66/01/05 when Toyonobori takes a leave of absence; Toyonobori is officially expelled from JWA on 66/03/21.
Killer Karl Kox & Joe Carrolo 1966/05/26 Sendai
Defeat Michiaki Yoshimura & Giant Baba.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Hiro Matsuda 1966/05/28 Sapporo
Killer Karl Kox & Eddie Graham 1966/06/27 Nagoya
Michiaki Yoshimura & Giant Baba 1966/07/01 Hiroshima
Baba vacates the title 0n 66/11/05 after winning NWA International Tag Team Title.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Kintaro Ohki (KIM Il) 1966/12/03 Tokyo
Defeat Eddie Morea & Tarzan Zorro; vacant in 67/04 when Ohki injured in auto accident.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Antonio Inoki 1967/05/26 Sapporo
Defeat Waldo Von Erich & Ike Eakins; Inoki vacates the title on 67/10/31 after winning NWA International Tag Team title with Giant Baba.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Kintaro Ohki [2] 1968/01/06 Osaka
Defeat Bill Miller & Rick Hunter.
Skull Murphy & Klondike Bill 1968/07/08 Tokyo
Michiaki Yoshimura & Kintaro Ohki [3] 1968/07/30 Sapporo
Yoshimura vacates the title on 69/01/21 when Yoshimura leaves for the U.S.
Kintaro Ohki & Antonio Inoki [2] 1969/02/03 Sapporo
Defeat Buster Royd & Tom Jones; Ohki vacates the title on 69/07/03 to concentrate on defending Asian Heavyweight Title.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Antonio Inoki [3] 1969/08/09 Nagoya
Defeat Crusher Lisowski & Al Michalik; help-up on 69/10/09 after a match against Buddy Austin & Mr. Atomic in Yamagata.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Antonio Inoki [4] 1969/10/30 Gifu
Defeat Buddy Austin & Mr. Atomic in rematch; vacant when Inoki expelled from JWA in 71/12.
Michiaki Yoshimura & Seiji Sakaguchi 1971/12/12 Tokyo
Defeat Dory Funk Jr. & Dick Murdoch; vacant after Yoshimura announces retirement on 73/01/30.
Great Kojika & Gantetsu Matsuoka 1973/03/03 Osaka
Defeat Kurt Von Steiger & Killer Karl Krupp; vacant when JWA closes on 73/04/20.
Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma 1976/03/26 Seoul, KOR
Defeat Korean representative team HONG Mu-ung & OH Dae-gyun when the title is reactiviated by All Japan after New Japan announces the creation of its own version of the title.
Jerry Oates & Ted Oates 1976/10/02 Tokyo
Akihisa Takachiho & Samson Kutsuwada 1976/10/21 Fukushima
Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma [2] 1977/06/16 Tokyo
New Japan version is retired on 81/05/21.
Mighty Inoue & Animal Hamaguchi 1977/11/06 Tokyo
Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma [3] 1978/02/22 Gifu
Vacant when Kojika & Okuma do not defend title for 6 months.
Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma [4] 1979/05/31 Noshiro
Defeat Kiwis: Butch Miller & Sweet William.
Kevin Von Erich & David Von Erich 1981/05/23 Tokyo
Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato 1981/06/11 Tokyo
Vacate in 83/01 when Sato injured.
Ashura Hara & Mighty Inoue 1983/02/23 Takaishi
Defeat Great Kojika & Motoshi Okuma; Inoue vacates in 84/02 to concentrate on jr. heavyweight title.
Ashura Hara & Takashi Ishikawa 1984/02/16 Nagasaki
Defeat Jerry Morrow & Thomas Ivey; Hara is stripped of the title on 84/10/22.
Takashi Ishikawa & Akio Sato [2] 1985/04/15 Nagasaki
Defeat Animal Hamaguchi & Masanobu Kurisu.
Isamu Teranishi & Animal Hamaguchi 1985/07/18 Tokyo
Isamu Teranishi & Norio Honaga 1985/07
Hamaguchi is injured during the match where he and Teranishi win the title; Honaga replaces Hamaguchi.
Takashi Ishikawa & Mighty Inoue 1985/10/31 Tsuruoka
Ashura Hara & Super Strong Machine 1986/10/30 Aomori
Vacant when Machine jumps to New Japan in 87/03.
Takashi Ishikawa & Mighty Inoue [2] 1987/07/30 Tokyo
Defeat Isamu Teranishi & Masanobu Kurisu in 3-team round-robin tournament final.
Footloose: Toshiaki Kawada & Samson Fuyuki 1988/03/09 Yokohama
Shunji Takano & Shin'ichi Nakano 1988/09/09 Chiba
Footloose [2] 1988/09/15 Tokyo
Can-Am Express: Dan Kroffat & Doug Furnas 1989/06/05 Tokyo
Footloose [3] 1989/10/20 Nagoya
Can-Am Express [2] 1990/03/02 Nagoya
Kenta Kobashi & Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) 1990/04/09 Okayama
Tiger Mask takes his mask on 90/05/14 and vacates the title on 90/05/17 to concentrate on singles matches.
Shin'ichi Nakano & Akira Taue 1990/06/05 Chiba
Defeat Davey Boy Smith & Johnny Smith; vacant in 90/07 when Nakano jumps to SWS.
Kenta Kobashi & Johnny Ace 1990/09/07 Fukui
Defeat Fantastics: Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton; vacant in 91 when Ace is injured.
British Bulldogs: Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith 1991/04/06 Osaka
Defeat Kenta Kobashi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi.
Can-Am Express [3] 1991/04/20 Tokyo
Kenta Kobashi & Johnny Ace [2] 1991/07/08 Osaka
Joel Deaton & Billy Black 1991/07/18 Tokyo
Can-Am Express [4] 1991/07/26 Matsudo
Kenta Kobashi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 1992/05/25 Sendai
The Patriot & The Eagle 1993/06/02 Oyama, Tochigi
Can-Am Express [5] 1993/09/09 Ohmiya
Vacate on 94/12/05 to concentrate on winning World Tag Team Title.
Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori 1995/01/29 Tokyo
Defeat Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers in 5-team round-robin tournament final.
Johnny Smith & Wolf Hawkfield 1998/01/09 Kagoshima
Tamon Honda & Jun Izumida 1998/10/06 Niigata
Hayabusa & Jinsei Shinzaki 1999/02/13 Tokyo
Takao Omori & Yoshihiro Takayama 1999/06/04 Sapporo
Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa 1999/08/25 Hiroshima
Misawa vacates the title after the match in order to give the chance to other wrestlers.
Tamon Honda & Masao Inoue 1999/10/25 Nagaoka
Defeat Johnny Smith & Maunakea Mossman in 5-team round-robin tournament final; vacant in 00/06 when Honda & Inoue leave the promotion.
Masahito Kakihara & Mitsuya Nagai 2001/06/08 Tokyo
Defeat Yuji Nagata & Shin'ya Makabe; Kakihara vacates in 01/08 due to knee injury.
Arashi & Kouki Kitahara 2001/09/08 Tokyo
Defeat Nobutaka Araya & Shigeo Okumura; vacate on 02/01/14.
Arashi & Nobutaka Araya 2002/04/13 Tokyo
Defeat Mitsuya Nagai & Shigeo Okumura; Arashi vacates the title on 03/06/20 to concentrate on the World Tag Team Title.
Kohei Sato & Hirotaka Yokoi 2003/07/19 Tokyo
Defeat Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto in a 5-team tournament final.
Kintaro Kanemura & Tetsuhiro Kuroda 2003/10/10 Tokyo
Vacant on 03/12/14 due to Kanemura's illness.
Tetsuhiro Kuroda & Mr. Gannosuke 2003/12/25 Tokyo
Defeat Tengukeiser & Jun Kasai.
Great Kosuke (Satoshi Kojima) & Shiryu (Kaz Hayashi) 2004/01/02 Tokyo
Gen'ichiro Tenryu & Masanobu Fuchi 2004/05/22 Tokyo
Mitsuya Nagai & Masayuki Naruse 2004/11/03 Tokyo
Bull Buchanan & Rico (Constantino) 2005/02/02 Tokyo
Vacant on 05/05/27 after Rico retires.
Shuji Kondo & "brother" YASSHI 2005/06/19 Tokyo
Defeat Tomoaki Honma & Katsuhiko Nakajima in a 8-team tournament final.
Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima 2005/07/26 Tokyo
Vacate on 06/10/29 due to Sasaki's injury which he has suffurered earlier in the year.
Minoru Suzuki & NOSAWA Rongai 2009/01/03 Tokyo
Defeat Osamu Nishimura & Masanobu Fuchi in a 8-team tournament final.
Akebono & Ryota Hama 2009/09/23 Tokyo
TARU & Big Daddy Voodoo (Viscera/Mabel) 2010/04/29 Tokyo
Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada 2010/08/29 Tokyo
Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi 2011/03/21 Tokyo
Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada [2] 2011/06/19 Tokyo
Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi [2] 2011/10/23 Tokyo
Akebono & Ryota Hama [2] 2012/07/01 Tokyo
Vacate on 12/09/04 due to Akebono's illness.
Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto 2012/10/21 Nagoya
Defeat Tomoaki Honma & Kazushi Miyamoto in 4-team tournament final.
Hiroshi Yamato & Hikaru Sato 2013/01/26 Tokyo
Minoru Tanaka & Koji Kanemoto [2] 2013/02/10 Fukuoka
Kotaro Suzuki & Atsushi Aoki 2013/04/25 Nagoya
Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 2014/01/26 Kobe
Keisuke Ishii & Shigehiro Irie 2014/04/29 Tokyo
Kento Miyahara & Kotaro Suzuki 2014/08/16 Tokyo



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