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Pacific Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Title

Giant Baba 1973/02/27 Tokyo
Completes a series of ten matches with the record of 8 wins, no loss, and 2 ties against Bruno Sammartino (twice), Terry Funk, Abdullah the Butcher, the Destroyer, Wilbur Snyder (twice), Don Leo Jonathan, Pat O'Connor, and Bobo Brazil; awarded the World Heavyweight Title with the old NWA International Heavyweight title belt by the Momota (Rikidozan's) family; recognized as PWF World Heavyweight Title on 73/03/16; reduced to PWF Heavyweight Title after a double title match against NWA World Heavyweight champion Jack Brisco on 74/01/23.
Tor Kamata 1978/06/01 Akita
Billy Robinson 1978/06/12 Ichinomiya
Abdullah the Butcher 1978/10/18 Utsunomiya
Giant Baba [2] 1979/02/10 Chicago, IL, USA
Harley Race 1982/10/26 Obihiro
Giant Baba [3] 1983/02/11 St. Louis, MO, USA
Stan Hansen 1983/09/08 Chiba
Giant Baba [4] 1984/07/31 Tokyo
Stan Hansen [2] 1985/07/30 Fukuoka
Riki Choshu 1986/04/05 Yokohama
Stripped in 87/03 when Choshu jumps back to New Japan.
Stan Hansen [3] 1987/04/24 Yokohama
Defeats Hiroshi Wajima.
Gen'ichiro Tenryu 1988/03/09 Yokohama
Has defeated Ted DiBiase to win the vacant NWA United National title on 86/04/26 in Omiya.
Stan Hansen [4] 1988/07/27 Nagano
Wins both PWF and UN titles.
Jumbo Tsuruta 1989/04/18 Tokyo
Reigining International Heavyweight champion, defeats Hansen to unify PWF and UN titles to become the first unified Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion.

* See Triple Crown Heavyweight Title.