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All Japan Pro Wrestling
Unified Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship
(April 18, 1989 - Present)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Jumbo Tsuruta Stan Hansen Apr. 18, 1989        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 48 days     
Tsuruta, the reigning N.W.A. International Heavyweight Champion, defeated Stan Hensen, current holder of the P.W.F. Heavyweight Championship and the N.W.A. United National Heavyweight Championship, to unify the titles into the A.J.P.W. Unified Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship.
Genichiro Tenryu Jumbo Tsuruta Jun. 05, 1989        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 128 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (2) Genichiro Tenryu Oct. 11, 1989        -- Yokohama, Kantō, Japan 237 days     
Terry Gordy Jumbo Tsuruta Jun. 05, 1990        -- Chiba, Japan 3 days     
Stan Hansen Terry Gordy Jun. 08, 1990        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 39 days     
Terry Gordy (2) Stan Hansen Jul. 17, 1990        -- Ishikawa, Japan 10 days     
** Title Vacated ** Terry Gordy Jul. 27, 1990        -- Matsudo, Japan 0 days     
Gordy vacates the title after being hospitalized.
Stan Hansen (2) Mitsuharu Misawa Jul. 27, 1990        -- Matsudo, Japan 176 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (3) Stan Hansen Jan. 19, 1991        -- Matsumoto, Japan 1 yr, 9 days     
Stan Hansen (3) Jumbo Tsuruta Jan. 28, 1992        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 207 days     
Mitsuharu Misawa Stan Hansen Aug. 22, 1992        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 1 yr, 340 days     
Steve Williams Mitsuharu Misawa Jul. 28, 1994        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 86 days     
Toshiaki Kawada Steve Williams Oct. 22, 1994        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 133 days     
Stan Hansen (4) Toshiaki Kawada Mar. 04, 1995        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 83 days     
Mitsuharu Misawa (2) Stan Hansen May 26, 1995        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 364 days     
Akira Taue Mitsuharu Misawa May 24, 1996        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 61 days     
Kenta Kobashi Akira Taue Jul. 24, 1996        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 180 days     
Mitsuharu Misawa (3) Kenta Kobashi Jan. 20, 1997        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 1 yr, 101 days     
Toshiaki Kawada (2) Mitsuharu Misawa May 01, 1998        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 42 days     
Kenta Kobashi (2) Toshiaki Kawada Jun. 12, 1998        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 141 days     
Mitsuharu Misawa (4) Kenta Kobashi Oct. 31, 1998        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 83 days     
Toshiaki Kawada Mitsuharu Misawa Jan. 22, 1999        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 7 days     
** Title Vacated ** Toshiaki Kawada Jan. 29, 1999        -- -- 36 days     
Kawada vacates the title due to an injury he suffered in the match for the title.
Vader Akira Taue Mar. 06, 1999        Excite Series Tour Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 57 days     
Mitsuharu Misawa (5) Vader May 02, 1999        Baba Retirement Show Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 181 days     
Vader (2) Mitsuharu Misawa Oct. 30, 1999        October Giant Series Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 120 days     
Kenta Kobashi (3) Vader Feb. 27, 2000        Excite Series Tour Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 110 days     
** Title Vacated ** Kenta Kobashi Jun. 16, 2000        -- -- 134 days     
Kobashi vacates the title after leaving A.J.P.W. to form Pro-Wrestling NOAH.
Genichiro Tenryu (2) Tournament Oct. 28, 2000        October Giant Series Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 223 days     
Tenryu defeated Toshiaki Kawada in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Keiji Mutoh Genichiro Tenryu Jun. 08, 2001        Super Power Series Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 261 days     
Toshiaki Kawada (4) Keiji Mutoh Feb. 24, 2002        Excite Series Tour Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 32 days     
** Title Vacated ** Toshiaki Kawada Mar. 28, 2002        -- -- 16 days     
Kawada vacated the title due to injury.
Genichiro Tenryu (3) Keiji Mutoh Apr. 13, 2002        Grand Champion Carnival Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 197 days     
The Great Mutah (2) Genichiro Tenryu Oct. 27, 2002        Royal Road 30 Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 119 days     
Shinya Hashimoto The Great Mutah Feb. 23, 2003        Excite Series Tour Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 171 days     
** Title Vacated ** Shin'ya Hashimoto Aug. 13, 2003        -- -- 24 days     
Hashimoto vacates the title due to injury.
Toshiaki Kawada (5) Tournament Sep. 06, 2003        Summer Action Series II Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 1 yr, 164 days     
Kawada defeated Shinjiro Otani in the finals of a tournament for the title.
Satoshi Kojima Toshiaki Kawada Feb. 16, 2005        Realise Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 1 yr, 137 days     
Taiyo Kea Satoshi Kojima Jul. 03, 2006        Cross Over Tour Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 62 days     
Minoru Suzuki Taiyo Kea Sep. 03, 2006        Summer Impact Tour Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 357 days     
Kensuke Sasaki Minoru Suzuki Aug. 26, 2007        Love In Ryogoku Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 9 yrs, 246 days