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Champion history

Wrestlers: Reigns: Date: Location: Notes:
Jumbo Tsuruta 1 April 18, 1989 Tokyo, Japan Tsuruta, the NWA International Heavyweight Champion, defeated the PWF Heavyweight and NWA United National Champion Stan Hansen to unify the titles.
Genichiro Tenryu 1 June 5, 1989 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Jumbo Tsuruta 2 October 11, 1989 Yokohama, Japan N/A
Terry Gordy 1 June 5, 1990 Chiba, Japan N/A
Stan Hansen 1 June 8, 1990 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Terry Gordy 2 July 17, 1990 Ishikawa, Japan N/A
Vacated on July 27, 1990 when Gordy is hospitalized with a serious illness.
Stan Hansen 2 July 27, 1990 Matsudo, Japan Defeated Mitsuharu Misawa in a decision match.
Jumbo Tsuruta 3 January 19, 1991 Matsumoto, Japan N/A
Stan Hansen 3 January 28, 1992 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Mitsuharu Misawa 1 August 22, 1992 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Steve Williams 1 July 28, 1994 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Toshiaki Kawada 1 October 22, 1994 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Stan Hansen 4 March 4, 1995 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Mitsuharu Misawa 2 May 26, 1995 Sapporo, Japan N/A
Akira Taue 1 May 24, 1996 Sapporo, Japan N/A
Kenta Kobashi 1 July 24, 1996 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Mitsuharu Misawa 3 January 20, 1997 Osaka, Japan N/A
Toshiaki Kawada 2 May 1, 1998 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Kenta Kobashi 2 June 12, 1998 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Mitsuharu Misawa 4 October 31, 1998 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Toshiaki Kawada 3 January 22, 1999 Osaka, Japan N/A
Vacated on January 29, 1999 due to Kawada fracturing his right arm during the title match on January 22.
Vader 1 March 6, 1999 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Akira Taue in a decision match.
Mitsuharu Misawa 5 May 2, 1999 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Vader 2 October 30, 1999 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Kenta Kobashi 3 February 27, 2000 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Vacated in June 2000 when Kobashi leaves the company for Pro Wrestling NOAH.
Genichiro Tenryu 2 October 28, 2000 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Toshiaki Kawada in a tournament final.
Keiji Mutoh 1 June 8, 2001 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Toshiaki Kawada 4 February 24, 2002 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Vacated on March 28, 2002 due to Kawada injuring his knee.
Genichiro Tenryu 3 April 13, 2002 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Keiji Mutoh in a decision match.
The Great Muta 2 October 27, 2002 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Shinya Hashimoto 1 February 23, 2003 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Vacated on August 16, 2003 due to Hashimoto injuring his knee.
Toshiaki Kawada 5 September 6, 2003 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shinjiro Ohtani in a tournament final.
Satoshi Kojima 1 February 16, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Also holds IWGP Heavyweight Championship, becoming the only man to hold both titles at once.
Taiyō Kea 1 July 3, 2006 Tokyo, Japan N/A
Minoru Suzuki 1 September 3, 2006 Sapporo, Japan N/A
Kensuke Sasaki 1 August 26, 2007 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 3.
Suwama 1 April 29, 2008 Nagoya, Japan Won the title on the Growin' Up tour.
The Great Muta 3 September 28, 2008 Yokohama, Japan Won the title on the Flashing tour.
Yoshihiro Takayama 1 March 14, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 7.
Satoshi Kojima 2 September 26, 2009 Yokohama, Japan Won the title on the Flashing tour.
Ryota Hama 1 March 21, 2010 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 9.
Minoru Suzuki 2 May 2, 2010 Aichi, Japan Won the title on the Growin' Up tour.
Suwama 2 August 29, 2010 Tokyo, Japan Won the title at Pro Wrestling Love in Ryogoku Vol. 10.

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