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WORLD WOMEN'S WRESTLING ASSOCIATION
WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE

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Jumbo Miyamoto & Aiko Kyo 1971/06/30
Awarded as the first champions; give up the belts on same day after being unsatisfied with a match against Patty O'Hara & Texas Red; some sources list Aiko Kyo & Kyoko Okada as the first WWWA world tag champions, who were in fact the last American Girls Wrestling Association champions until the title was retired in 71 when Okada retired.
Patty O'Hara & Texas Red 1971/07/01 Tokyo
Defeat Jumbo Miyamoto & Aiko Kyo in rematch.
Jumbo Miyamoto & Maxie Murata 1971/07/06 Fukuyama
Marie Vagnone & Jane Sherill 1971/09/30 Kawasaki
Jumbo Miyamoto & Aiko Kyo [2] 1971/10/05 Chiba
Marie Vagnone & Jane Sherill [2] 1971/10/06 Niigata
Jumbo Miyamoto & Miyoko Hoshino 1971/10/30 Okayama
Masked Lee & Sharon Lee 1972/03/15 Nagoya
Jumbo Miyamoto & Miyoko Hoshino [2] 1972/03/21 Nagasaki
Masked Lee & Flower Power 1972/04/25 Hiroshima
Jumbo Miyamoto & Miyoko Hoshino [3] 1972/04/26 Osaka
Masked Lee & Opearl Anston 1972/07/22 Irima
Jumbo Miyamoto & Aiko Kyo [3] 1972/07/26 Kasukabe
Masked Lee & Sylvia Hackeny 1972/09/18 Muroran
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi 1972/10/11 Kumamoto
Masked Lee & Panama Franco 1972/11/07 Toyota
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [2] 1972/11/17 Kawasaki
Masked Lee & Princess War Star 1973/01/24 Yokkaichi
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [3] 1973/02/02 Okayama
Masked Lee & Jackie West 1973/03/17 Wakayama
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [4] 1973/03/22 Hiroshima
Masked Lee & Sandy Parker 1973/06/11 Sasebo
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [5] 1973/06/25 Ofunato
Masked Lee & Sandy Parker [2] 1973/07/17 Yokohama
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [6] 1973/07/24 Nagoya
Masked Lee & Lita Marez 1973/09/07 Nagasaki
Miyoko Hoshino & Peggy Kuroda 1973/09/30 Himeji
Masked Lee & Juanita de Hoyos 1973/10/08 Miyakonojo
Mariko Akagi & Peggy Kuroda 1973/10/12 Kumamoto
Sarah Lee & Sylvia Hackney 1973/11/16 Fukushima
Mariko Akagi & Peggy Kuroda [2] 1973/12/04 Osaka
Jackie West & Sharon Lee 1974/01/07 Niigata
Mariko Akagi & Peggy Kuroda [3] 1974/01/17 Kagoshima
Jackie West & Sharon Lee [2] 1974/02/15 Hiroshima
Mariko Akagi & Junko Sasaki 1974/02/16 Onomichi
Jackie West & Paula Niet 1974/03/21 Higashi Osaka
Mariko Akagi & Junko Sasaki [2] 1974/03/22 Wakayama
Jackie West & Paula Niet [2] 1974/04/06 Toyama
Junko Sasaki & Peggy Kuroda 1974/04/24 Kumamoto
Sandy Parker & Jean Antoine 1974/05/16 Shizuoka
Junko Sasaki & Peggy Kuroda [2] 1974/05/21 Kohchi
Sandy Parker & Bettey Niccoli 1974/06/03 Gifu
Niccoli gives up title in 74/06.
Mariko Akagi & Junko Sasaki [3] 1974/06/05 Nagoya
Defeat Sandy Parker & Jean Antoine.
Sandy Parker & Bettey Niccoli [2] 1974/06/14 Morioka
Jumbo Miyamoto & Junko Sasaki 1974/06/28 Chichibu
Sandy Parker & Bettey Niccoli [3] 1974/06/29 Isehara
Mariko Akagi & Junko Sasaki [4] 1974/07/09 Osaka
Sandy Parker & Bettey Niccoli [4] 1974/07/21 Takikawa
Mariko Akagi & Miyuki Yanagi 1974/07/28 Muroran
Sandy Parker & Jean Antoine [2] 1974/07/30 Mizusawa
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [7] 1974/08/05 Tokyo
Jackie West & Panama Franco 1974/08/24 Fukuoka
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [8] 1974/09/03 Hiroshima
Jackie West & Jane Sherill 1974/09/29 Gobou
Jumbo Miyamoto & Junko Sasaki [2] 1974/10/02 Takamatsu
Miss Z & Jane Sherill 1974/10/31 Tokuyama
Mariko Akagi & Junko Sasaki [5] 1974/11/20 Matsumoto
Miss Z & Sylvia Hackney 1975/01/09 Chiba
Hackney gives up belt in 75/02 to train for WWWA World singles title.
Jumbo Miyamoto & Mariko Akagi [9] 1975/03/01 Tokyo
Defeat Sylvia Hackney & Sharon Lee.
Rena Mañani & Lola Garcia 1975/04/03 Fukui
Mariko Akagi & Mach Fumiake 1975/04/15 Nagoya
Vacant on 75/07/31 when Fumiake is injured.
Mariko Akagi & Mach Fumiake [2] 1975/09/18 Kumamoto
Defeat Irma Gonzales & Cheryl Day.
Beauty Pair: Jackie Sato & Maki Ueda 1976/02/24 Tokyo
Jackie West & Yukari Lynch 1976/05/27 Kawasaki
Lynch vacates title to train for martial arts match in 76.
Beauty Pair [2] 1976/07/17 Tokyo
Defeat Jackie West & Cheryl Day; title held up on 77/03/18 after a match against Yumi Ikeshita & Shinobu Aso.
Yumi Ikeshita & Shinobu Aso 1977/04/11 Hiroshima
Defeat Beauty Pair in rematch.
Jackie Sato & Nancy Kumi 1977/07/29 Tokyo
Vacant on 77/11/01 when Sato wins WWWA World Singles Title.
Nancy Kumi & Victoria Fujimi 1978/02/06 Osaka
Defeat Mariko Akagi & Chino Sato.
Queen Angels: Lucy Kayama & Tomi Aoyama 1978/08/09 Tokyo
Black Pair: Mami Kumano & Yumi Ikeshita 1979/04/06 Tokyo
Nancy Kumi & Lucy Kayama 1980/02/05 Osaka
Rimi Yokota & Ayumi Hori 1980/12/17 Nagoya
Yokota gives up title on 81/01/04 to challenge for the WWWA world singles title.
Nancy Kumi & Ayumi Hori 1981/02/25 Yokohama
Defeat Mami Kumano & Devil Masami.
Yukari Ohmori & Mimi Hagiwara 1981/11/09 Obuyama
Devil Masami & Talantula 1982/08/10 Fukushima
Vacant in 83.
Dynamite Girls: Jumbo Hori & Yukari Ohmori 1983/06/17
Defeat Devil Masami & Talantula.
Crush Gals: Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagayo 1984/08/25 Tokyo
Dump Matsumoto & Crane Yu 1985/02/25 Tokyo
Vacant in 85/04 when Crane Yu retires.
Crush Gals [2] 1985/05/16 Ohmiya
Defeat Dump Matsumoto & Bull Nakano; vacant in 85/12 when Nagayo suffers ankle and knee injuries.
Jumping Bomb Angels: Itsuki Yamzaki & Noriyo Tateno 1986/01/05 Tokyo
Defeat Bull Nakano & Condor Saito.
Crush Gals [3] 1986/03/20 Osaka
Dump Matsumoto & Bull Nakano 1986/08/23 Kawasaki
Defeat Nagayo & Kazue Nagahori after Asuka is injured; vacant in 87.
Yumiko Hotta & Hisako Uno (Akira Hokuto) 1987/04/15 Tokyo
Defeat Leilani Kai & Judy Martin.
Red Typhoons: Kazue Nagahori & Yumi Ogura 1987/04/27 Tokyo
Bull Nakano & Condor Saito 1987/10/20 Tokyo
Declared vacant on 88/01/05 after a match against Fire Jets(Yumiko Hotta & Mitsuko Nishiwaki).
Bull Nakano & Grizzly Iwamoto 1988/02/25 Kawasaki
Defeat Fire Jets(Yumiko Hotta & Mitsuko Nishiwaki).
Fire Jets: Yumiko Hotta & Mitsuko Nishiwaki 1988/07/19 Tokyo
Calgary Typhoons: Mika Komatsu & Yumi Ogura 1988/08/25 Kawasaki
Crush Gals [4] 1989/03/04 Tokyo
Vacant when Nagayo retires in 89/05/06.
Marine Wolves: Suzuka MInami & Akira Hokuto 1989/06/18 Tokyo
Defeat Grizzly Iwamoto & Bison Kimura.
Fire Jets [2] 1989/07/18 Tokyo
Aja Kong & Grizzly Iwamoto 1989/12/09 Tokyo
Marine Wolves [2] 1990/02/07 Osaka
Jungle Jack: Aja Kong & Bison Kimura 1990/12/09 Tokyo
Vacate after losing non-title hair match to Bull Nakano & Kyoko Inoue on 91/01/11 in Kawasaki.
Jungle Jack [2] 1991/04/04 Sendai
Defeat Yumiko Hotta & Akira Hokuto.
Manami Toyota & Toshiyo Yamada 1992/03/20 Tokyo
Dynamite Kansai & Mayumi Ozaki 1993/04/11 Osaka
Manami Toyota & Toshiyo Yamada [2] 1993/12/06 Tokyo
Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue 1994/10/09 Kawasaki
The 99th champions; vacate on 95/01/03, wanting to win the tournament to be the 100th champions.
Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue [2] 1995/03/21 Osaka
Win 8-team elimination tournament to be the 100th champions, defeating Manami Toyota & Blizzard Yuki(Sakie Hasegawa) in final.
Akira Hokuto & Mima Shimoda 1995/09/24 Kawasaki
Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue [3] 1996/01/22 Tokyo
Manami Toyota & Mima Shimoda 1996/06/22 Sapporo
Tomoko Watanabe & Kumiko Maekawa 1997/01/20 Tokyo
Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita 1997/06/18 Sapporo
Vacate on 98/01/09.
ZAP I (Kaoru Itoh) & ZAP T (Tomoko Watanabe) 1998/04/12 Tokyo
Defeat Takako Inoue & Kumiko Maekawa.
Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita [2] 1999/07/10 Tokyo
Tomoko Watanabe & Kumiko Maekawa [2] 1999/12/08 Tokyo
Vacate on 00/05/20.
Momoe Nakanishi & Nanae Takahashi 2000/07/16 Tokyo
Defeat Mima Shimoda &amp Etsuko Mita in 6-team tournament final.
Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita [3] 2001/01/04 Tokyo
Tomoko Watanabe & Nanae Takahashi 2001/07/27 Tokyo
Rumi Kazama & Takako Inoue 2002/01/04 Tokyo
Momoe Nakanishi & Nanae Takahashi [2] 2002/07/06 Tokyo
Mima Shimoda & Etsuko Mita [4] 2002/11/29 Tokyo
Vacate on 02/12/23 for not being able to win Tag League the Best '02.
Mima Shimoda & Takako Inoue 2003/01/03 Tokyo
Defeat Momoe Nakanishi & Kayo Noumi.
Nanae Takahashi & Etsuko Mita 2003/04/20 Tokyo
Tomoko Watanabe & Kumiko Maekawa [3] 2003/06/01 Sapporo
Kyoko Inoue & Takako Inoue [4] 2003/09/15 Tokyo
Ayako Hamada & Nanae Takahashi 2004/01/03 Tokyo
Title held up when Hamada and Takashi split after a match against Kumiko Maekawa & Yumiko Hotta on 04/06/06 at Kourakuen Hall in Tokyo.
Aja Kong & Amazing Kong 2004/10/06 Tokyo
Defeat Nanae Takahashi & Hikaru; All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling closes in 05/04.




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