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The PWF World Tag Team Championship is a championship that was contended in All Japan Pro Wrestling. It was merged as part of the AJPW Unified World Tag Team Championship.

Title history

#: Name(s): Reigns: Date: Location: Notes:
1 Bruiser Brody & Stan Hansen 1 April 25, 1984 Yokohama, Japan Defeated Giant Baba & Dory Funk, Jr. in a tournament final.
2 Ted DiBiase & Stan Hansen (2) 1 August, 1985 n/a DiBiase was selected as Hansen's replacement partner after Brody left for New Japan Pro Wrestling on March 21, 1985.
3 Tiger Mask II & Jumbo Tsuruta 1 July 3, 1987 Tokyo, Japan
4 Ted DiBiase (2) & Stan Hansen (3) 2 July 11, 1987 Yonago, Japan
Vacated in July, 1987 when DiBiase leaves for the World Wrestling Federation.
5 Stan Hansen (4) & Austin Idol 1 August, 1987 n/a Hansen & Idol were awarded the titles.
6 Ashura Hara & Genichiro Tenryu 1 September 3, 1987 Nagoya, Japan
7 Jumbo Tsuruta (2) & Yoshiaki Yatsu 1 June 4, 1988 Sapporo, Japan Tsuruta & Yatsu won the NWA International Tag Team Championship on June 10, defeating The Road Warriors.
The NWA International Tag Team Championship and PWF World Tag Team Championship were unified and made into the World Tag Team Championship.
A number inside parentheses in the "Name(s)" column indicates the wrestler had multiple tag team parters and the number is how many reigns they individually had as one-half of the PWF World Tag Team Champions.

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