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NWA/UPW/ZERO-ONE ( 2002/06/29 - 2004/10/31 )
ZERO-ONE/UPW/World-1 ( 2004/10/31 - 2005/02/28 )
AWA/ZERO1-Max/UPW/World-1 ( 2005/02/28 - 2006/07/27 )
ZERO1-Max ( 2007/12/15 - 2009/01/01 )
ZERO1 ( 2009/01/01 - )
International Junior Heavyweight Title
(as of 2014/11/03)

[ 日本語 ]

Leonard Spanky2002/06/29Sapporo
Defeats Smelly to become the first champion.
Low Ki2002/09/16Tokyo
Wataru Sakata2003/08/31Gifu
Vacates on 04/04/12 to enter the Tenka-ichi Junior Heavyweight League.
Tatsuhito Takaiwa2004/05/16Tokyo
Defeats Tony Stradlin; ZERO-ONE leaves NWA on 04/10/31.
Super Crazy2004/12/18Chiba
Recognized also by AWA after 05/02/28.
Ikuto Hidaka2005/04/14Tokyo
Takuya Sugawara2006/02/26Tokyo
Tatsuhito Takaiwa [2]2006/07/27Osaka
Vacates on the same day.



Ikuto Hidaka [2]2007/12/15
Defeats Dick Togo for AWA World Title on 07/10/26 in Tokyo; renamed International Title on 07/12/15 after ZERO1-Max leaves AWA.
Masaaki Mochizuki2008/01/23Tokyo
Ikuto Hidaka [3] 2008/06/26 Tokyo
Sonjay Dutt 2009/03/15 Tokyo
Ikuto Hidaka [3] 2009/11/29 Tokyo
Defeats Prince Devitt in the Tenka-ichi Junior Heavyweight final; Devitt has defeated Dutt in the semi-final.
Takuya Sugawara [2] 2011/05/23 Tokyo
Also wins NWA World Title, defeating Tsuyoshi Kikuchi on 12/03/02 in Tokyo; from this point, both titles are defended simultaneously.
Jonathan Gresham 2013/05/04Tokyo
HUB 2013/09/16 Tokyo
Defeats Mineo Fujita in the final of 15-man "Tenka-ichi Junior Heavyweight Tournament" to win both titles; Gresham, who has agreed to award the titles to the tournament winner, loses in the 2nd round.
Jason Lee 2014/03/09 Tokyo
Mineo Fujita 2014/09/19 Tokyo
Takuya Sugawara [3] 2014/11/03 Kumamoto