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Michinoku Pro Wrestling
British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Championship
(April 1995 - December 7, 2003)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Doc Dean -- Apr. ??, 1995        -- -- 119 days     
Steve J Doc Dean Aug. 12, 1995        -- London, England 44 days     
The Great Sasuke Steve J Sep. 25, 1995        -- Akita, Japan 223 days     
Danny Collins The Great Sasuke May 05, 1996        -- Sendai, Tōhoku, Japan 1 day     
Dick Togo Danny Collins May 06, 1996        -- Nakayama, Yamagata, Japan 42 days     
Jushin Liger Dick Togo Jun. 17, 1996        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 46 days     
Ultimo Dragon Tournament Aug. 02, 1996        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 3 days     
Dragon defeated Jushin Liger in the first round of the J-Crown tournament for the title.
The Great Sasuke (2) Tournament Aug. 05, 1996        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 67 days     
Sasuke defeated Ultimo Dragon in the finals of the 8-man, 8-title J-Crown tournament. Sasuke, the reigning N.J.P.W. I.W.G.P. Junior Heavyweight Champion, had already won the W.W.A. World Junior Light-Heavyweight, the N.W.A. World Junior Heavyweight and the W.W.F. World Light-Heavyweight in the first 2 rounds of the tournament. Sasuke also won the N.W.A. World Welterweight, the U.W.A. World Junior Light-Heavyweight and the W.A.R. International Junior Heavyweight by defeated Dragon.
Ultimo Dragon (2) The Great Sasuke Oct. 11, 1996        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 85 days     
Jushin Liger (2) Ultimo Dragon Jan. 04, 1997        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 183 days     
El Samurai Jushin Liger Jul. 06, 1997        -- Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 35 days     
Shinjirō Ōhtani El Samurai Aug. 10, 1997        -- Nagoya, Chūbu, Japan 87 days     
** Title Vacated ** Shinjirō Ōhtani Nov. 05, 1997        -- -- 101 days     
After losing the N.W.A. International Junior Heavyweight title on June 6, 1997 and being stripped of the W.W.F. World Light-Heavyweight title, Ōhtani vacates 5 of the remaining 6 titles of the J-Crown Championship, keeping the I.W.G.P. Junior Heavyweight.
The Dirtbike Kid Mikey Whipwreck Feb. 14, 1998        -- London, England 1 yr, 29 days     
** Title Vacated ** The Dirtbike Kid ???. ??, ????        -- -- 27 days     
Tiger Mask IV Jason Cross Apr. 11, 1999        -- London, England 218 days     
** Title Vacated ** Tiger Mask IV ???. ??, 1999        -- -- 29 days     
Tiger Mask vacates the title in 1999 due to injury, date unknown.
Curry Man Minoru Fujita Dec. 14, 1999        -- Niigata, Japan 87 days     
Tiger Mask IV Curry Man Mar. 10, 2000        -- Aomori, Japan 1 yr, 0 days     
Masaaki Mochizuki Tiger Mask IV Mar. 10, 2001        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 113 days     
Magnum TOKYO Masaaki Mochizuki Jul. 01, 2001        -- Hyogo, Japan 257 days     
SUWA Magnum TOKYO Mar. 15, 2002        -- Yokohama, Kantō, Japan 1 yr, 96 days     
Shuji Kondo 3-Way Match Jun. 19, 2003        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 144 days     
Jun Ogawauchi Shuji Kondo Nov. 10, 2003        -- Hyogo, Japan 27 days     
The title is held-up after a no-contest match against Second Doi due to the interference of Brother Yasshi on December 7, 2003 in Kanazawa, Japan. The title has been inactive since.