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JWP Tag Team Title
(as of 2014/05/04)

[ Japanese ]

Mayumi Ozaki & Cutie Suzuki 1992/08/09 Tokyo
Defeat Dynamite Kansai & Sumiko Saito in 4-team tournament final to be the first champions.
Dynamite Kansai & Devil Masami 1993/03/21 Tokyo
Mayumi Ozaki & Cutie Suzuki [2] 1993/12/02 Kawasaki
Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda 1994/03/27 Yokohama
Mayumi Ozaki & Hikari Fukuoka 1995/01/08 Tokyo
Dynamite Kansai & Cutie Suzuki 1995/03/18 Osaka
KAORU & Hikari Fukuoka 1995/12/09 Yokohama
Dynamite Kansai & Cutie Suzuki [2] 1996/07/07 Tokyo
Devil Masami & Hikari Fukuoka 1996/11/26 Tokyo
Manami Toyota & Kaoru Itoh 1998/01/23 Kawasaki
Hikari Fukuoka & Tomoko Kuzumi 1998/02/11 Tokyo
Devil Masami & Cutie Suzuki 1998/06/14 Tokyo
Hikari Fukuoka & Tomoko Kuzumi [2] 1998/07/31 Kawasaki
Commando Bolshoi & Rieko Amano 1999/01/15 Osaka
Amano renamed Carlos Amano after 99/02/24.
Zap I & Zap T 2000/02/10 Tokyo
Title held up after losing a match against Commando Bolshoi & Azumi Hyuga via DQ on 00/06/18 in Tokyo.
Ran Yu-Yu & Misae Genki 2001/03/31 Tokyo
Defeat Commando Bolshoi & Azumi Hyuga in 8-team tournament final.
Azumi Hyuga & Kayoko Haruyama 2001/08/31 Tokyo
Commando Bolshoi & Gami 2001/09/10 Tokyo
Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu 2002/07/20 Tokyo
Vacant on 02/11/03 when Ran leaves JWP.
Kayoko Haruyama & Kaori Yoneyama 2004/01/25 Tokyo
Defeat Etsuko Mita & Misae Genki in 5-team tournament final.
Tsubasa Kuragaki & AKINO 2004/12/12 Tokyo
Kaori Yoneyama & Tojuki Leon 2005/05/15 Tokyo
Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu 2006/08/06 Tokyo
Sachie Abe & KAZUKI 2006/12/24 Tokyo
Vacate on 07/06/10 to enter the LSD45, a gauntlet tag team match.
Sachie Abe & KAZUKI [2] 2007/06/10 Tokyo
Win "LSD45", a tag team gauntlet match, last eliminating Toshie Uematsu & Yu-Yu Ran.
Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu [2] 2007/07/08 Tokyo
Tsubasa Kuragaki & Kayoko Haruyama 2007/08/12 Tokyo
Also become the first Daily Sports Women's Tag Team champions, defeating Yumiko Hotta & Manami Toyota in 4-team tournament final on 08/08/03 in Tokyo; after this point, both titles are defended together.
Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu [3] 2008/10/12 Tokyo
Keito (Keiko Aono) & Yumiko Hotta 2009/01/25 Osaka
Commando Bolshoi & Megumi Yabushita 2009/04/12 Tokyo
Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura 2009/07/19 Tokyo
Azumi Hyuga & Ran Yu-Yu [2] 2009/12/13 Kawasaki
Toshie Uematsu & KAZUKI 2010/03/22 Osaka
Sachie Abe & Aja Kong 2010/09/19 Tokyo
Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki 2010/12/22 Tokyo
Hailey Hatred & Kaori Yoneyama 2011/11/13 Tokyo
Reigning TLW World Champions, win a triple title match; vacate all three titles on 12/01/05.
Toshie Uematsu & Ran Yu-Yu [4] 2012/04/08 Tokyo
Defeat Hanako Nakamori & Misaki Ohata in 10-team round-robin tournament final for JWP and the Daily Sports titles; vacant when Uematsu retires on 12/04/30.
Kaori Yoneyama & Emi Sakura [2] 2012/05/04 Tokyo
Defeat Commando Bolshoi & Rabit Miu.
Commando Bolshoi & Arisa Nakajima 2012/08/19 Tokyo
Kayoko Haruyama & Tsubasa Kuragaki [2] 2013/01/06 Tokyo
Hanako Nakamori & Maurie (Tomoko Morii) 2013/08/18 Tokyo
Maurie vacates on 13/10/27 due to arm injury.
DASH Chisako & Sachiko Sendai 2013/12/15 Tokyo
Defeat Leon & Ray in 4-team tournament final; vacate on 14/04/11 due to Sendai's knee injury.
Commando Bolshoi & Kyoko Kimura 2014/05/04 Tokyo
Defeat Rabbit Miu & Tsukushi.




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