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National Wrestling Alliance - Los Angeles
United National Heavyweight Championship
(Late 1970 - April 18, 1989)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Dale Lewis Tournament Sep. 15, 1970        -- St. Louis, MO, USA 38 days     
Pantera Negra Dale Lewis Oct. 23, 1970        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 28 days     
John Tolos Pantera Negra Nov. 20, 1970        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 14 days     
Ray Mendoza John Tolos Dec. 04, 1970        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 87 days     
John Tolos (2) Ray Mendoza Mar. 01, 1971        -- -- 25 days     
Tolos is returned the title after review of the match between Tolos & Mendoza ruled that a fast count was used by the referee.
Antonio Inoki John Tolos Mar. 26, 1971        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 262 days     
** Title Vacated ** Antonio Inoki Dec. 13, 1971        -- -- 33 days     
The title is vacated after Inoki is expelled from the Japan Wrestling Association.
King Krow Tournament Jan. 15, 1972        -- Vancouver, BC, Canada 27 days     
Krow defeated Sailor Thomas in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Seiji Sakaguchi King Krow Feb. 11, 1972        -- Los Angeles, CA, USA 208 days     
National Wrestling Alliance/
Japan Wrestling Association
United National Heavyweight Championship
(1972 - April 14, 1973)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
The Sheik Seiji Sakaguchi Sep. 06, 1972        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 1 day     
Control of the title was transfered to Japan Wrestling Association.
Seiji Sakaguchi (2) The Sheik Sep. 07, 1972        -- Osaka, Kansai, Japan 176 days     
Johnny Valentine Seiji Sakaguchi Mar. 02, 1973        -- Yokohama, Kantō, Japan 6 days     
Akihisa Takachiho Johnny Valentine Mar. 08, 1973        -- Sano, Tochigi, Japan 37 days     
J.W.A. closes on April 14, 1973.
National Wrestling Alliance/
All Japan Pro Wrestling
United National Heavyweight Championship
(August 28, 1976 - April 18, 1989)

Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
Jumbo Tsuruta Tournament Aug. 28, 1976        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 189 days     
Tsuruta defeated Jack Brisco in a match to determine a new champion. The match was built on a Japan vs. America theme with Tsuruta defeating the last champion, Akihisa Takachiho to be the Japanese representative.
Billy Robinson Jumbo Tsuruta Mar. 05, 1977        -- Akita, Japan 18 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (2) Billy Robinson Mar. 23, 1977        -- Miami, FL, USA 2 yrs, 337 days     
Dick Murdoch Jumbo Tsuruta Feb. 23, 1980        -- Kagoshima, Japan 11 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (3) Dick Murdoch Mar. 05, 1980        -- Kuroiso, Japan 222 days     
Abdullah The Butcher Jumbo Tsuruta Oct. 13, 1980        -- Nagoya, Chūbu, Japan 101 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (4) Abdullah The Butcher Jan. 22, 1981        -- Nirasaki, Japan 1 yr, 191 days     
Harley Race Jumbo Tsuruta Aug. 01, 1982        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 84 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (5) Harley Race Oct. 24, 1982        -- Kitami, Japan 236 days     
** Title Vacated ** Jumbo Tsuruta Jun. 17, 1983        -- Dallas, TX, USA 119 days     
Tsuruta vacates the title while on tour in Dallas, TX, to focus on his pursuit of the International Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Bruiser Brody.
Ted Dibiase Tournament Oct. 14, 1983        -- -- 106 days     
DiBiase defeated Jerry Lawler via forfeit in a 12-man tournament held in the U.S.A. for the vacant title.
Michael Hayes Ted Dibiase Jan. 28, 1984        -- Athens, GA, USA 6 days     
David Von Erich Michael Hayes Feb. 03, 1984        -- Dallas, TX, USA 7 days     
** Title Vacated ** David Von Erich Feb. 10, 1984        -- -- 13 days     
The title is vacated due to the death of David Von Erich.
Genichiro Tenryu Ricky Steamboat Feb. 23, 1984        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 1 yr, 348 days     
** Title Vacated ** Genichiro Tenryu Feb. 05, 1986        -- -- 80 days     
Tenryu vacates the title after a tag team match for the International Tag Team Championship, which he also held. A stipulation in the match stated if Tenryu got pinned, he would also lose the United National Heavyweight title.
Genichiro Tenryu (2) Ted Dibiase Apr. 26, 1986        -- Omiya, Japan 2 yrs, 93 days     
Stan Hansen Genichiro Tenryu Jul. 27, 1988        -- Nagano, Japan 265 days     
Jumbo Tsuruta (6) Stan Hansen Apr. 18, 1989        -- Tokyo, Kantō, Japan 0 days     
Tsuruta, the reigning N.W.A. International Heavyweight Championship, 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.