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The BJW World Tag Team Championship is the top tag team title defended in the Japanese professional wrestling promotion Big Japan Pro Wrestling. The Championship has been the leading Tag Team Championship in the promotion since 1997.

Title history

Wrestlers: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Takashi Ishikawa and Kengo Kimura 1 June 3, 1997 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shoji Nakamaki and Takashi Okano in the finals of a five-team scramble tournament to become the first champions.
Title vacated on June 11, 1997 when Ishikawa and Kimura split up.
Yoshihiro Tajiri and Ryuji Yamakawa 1 July 23, 1997 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Takashi Ishikawa and Kishin Kawabata.
Gedo and Jado 1 December 22, 1997 Isesaki, Japan
Yoshihiro Tajiri (2) and Ryuji Yamakawa (2) 2 January 2, 1998 Tokyo, Japan [1]
Shadow Winger and Shadow WX 1 March 4, 1998 Shimizu, Japan
Shouji Nakamaki and Ryuji Yamakawa (3) 1 August 9, 1998 Kawasaki, Japan
Title vacated on November 29, 1998 when Nakamaki left BJW.
Tomoaki Honma and Shadow WX (2) 1 December 5, 1998 Kanagawa, Japan Defeated Jason the Terrible and Shadow Winger.
Mike Samples and Ryuji Yamakawa (4) 1 July 31, 1999 Fukuoka, Japan
Kamikaze and Shunme Matsuzaki 1 September 7, 1999 Imabari, Japan
Tomoaki Honma (2) and Ryuji Yamakawa (5) 1 January 7, 2000 Osaka, Japan
Nick Gage and John Zandig 1 June 2, 2000 Nagaoka, Japan
Justice Pain and The Wifebeater 1 June 10, 2000 Sewell, New Jersey
Shadow WX (3) and Ryuji Yamakawa (6) 1 July 2, 2000 Tokyo, Japan
Kamikaze (2) and Abdullah Kobayashi 1 September 15, 2000 Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Sekimoto and Men's Teioh 1 January 28, 2001 Tokyo, Japan
Benkei Daikokuboh and Abdullah Kobayashi (2) 1 September 15, 2002 Fukuoka, Japan
Badboy Hido and Ryuji Itoh 1 December 19, 2003 Tokyo, Japan
Mr. Big Japan (R. Yamakawa, 7) and Men's Teioh (2) 1 December 23, 2003 Tokyo, Japan
Abdullah Kobayashi (3) and Jaki Numazawa 1 August 15, 2004 Kawasaki, Japan
GENTARO and Takashi Sasaki 1 November 28, 2004 Chiba, Japan
Title stripped on September 13, 2005 for lack of title defenses.
Abdullah Kobayashi (4) and Daisuke Sekimoto (2) 1 October 14, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa.
Mammoth Sasaki and Shadow WX (4) 1 January 27, 2006 Kawasaki, Japan
Daisuke Sekimoto (3) and Yoshihito Sasaki 1 December 3, 2006 Yokohama, Japan
Kengo Mashimo and Madoka 1 March 2, 2008 Tokyo, Japan [1]
Mammoth Sasaki (2) and Daisuke Sekimoto (4) 1 July 13, 2008 Yokohama, Japan
Title vacated on March 7, 2009 after Sasaki is injured in an automobile accident.
Isami Kodaka and Masashi Takeda 1 May 28, 2009 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Yuko Miyamoto and Takashi Sasaki in the finals of a Round-robin tournament final.
Yuji Okabayashi and Daisuke Sekimoto (5) 1 July 27, 2009 Tokyo, Japan
Yoshihito Sasaki and Shinya Ishikawa 1 December 13 2009 Hakata, Fukuoka, Japan
Title vacated on January 13, 2010 after Ishikawa suffers a leg injury.
Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa (2) 1 April 28, 2010 Tokyo, Japan Defeated Daisuke Sekimoto and Yoshihito Sasaki in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Daisuke Sekimoto (6) and Yoshihito Sasaki (2) 2 October 10, 2010 Sapporo, Japan
Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa (3) 2 November 22, 2010 Tokyo, Japan

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