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All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling
Hall Of Fame

November 29th, 1998
Yokohama Arena
Yokohama, Kanagawa


[wrestlers]

Sadako Ikari
the first Japanese female pro-wrestler
Yukiko Tomoe
the first Japanese world champion
 
Chiyo Obata
IWWA world champion
Aiko Kyo
the first Japanese WWWA world champion
 
Miyoko Hoshino
WWWA world champion
Jumbo Miyamoto
5-time WWWA world champion
 
Mach Fumiake
the youngest WWWA world champion ever
Mariko Akagi (2nd)
WWWA world champion
 
Maki Ueda
one half of the Beauty Pair
WWWA world singles/tag team champion
Jackie Satoh
one half of the Beauty Pair
WWWA world singles/tag team champion
 
Jaguar Yokota
WWWA/UWA world champion
Devil Masami
WWWA world champion
 
Chigusa Nagayo
one half of the Crush Gals
WWWA world singles/tag team champion
Lioness Asuka
one half of the Crush Gals
WWWA world singles/tag team champion
 
Yukari Ohmori
WWWA world singles/tag team champion
Dump Matsumoto
WWWA world tag team champion
 
Bull Nakano
WWWA/CMLL/WWF world champion
Akira Hokuto
WWWA world tag team/WCW heavyweight champion
 
Aja Kong
WWWA world singles/tag team champion
Plum Mariko
the first Japanese wrestler who died in a match
 
Yumi Ikeshita
WWWA world tag team champion
(inducted on a later date)
"Monster Ripper" Ronda Singh
WWWA/IWA/WWF world champion
(inducted on a later date)


[others]

Shinji Ueda
commissioner, A.J.WPW
Atsuo Shiono
television announcer since 1960s
commissioner, A.J.WPW
 
Miyuki Yanagi
wrestler/referee/coach/staff
Touichi Mannen
the first president, A.J.WPW