AJW Championship

AJW Championship

The AJW Championship was a secondary belt contested in the Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW). The first champion, in 1980, was Rimi Yokota. During the title's history, no one held the belt more than two times. The belt was abandoned in 2005, after AJW was closed down.

Title history

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Rimi Yokota 1 December 15, 1980 Tokyo Defeated Nancy Kumi to become the first AJW Champion. Vacated on March 7, 1981
Devil Masami 1 May 9, 1981 Omiya, Saitama Defeated Tomoko Kitamura. Vacated on April 7, 1982
Lioness Asuka 1 July 19, 1982 Tokyo Defeated Masked Yu.
Kaoru Matsumoto 1 January 8, 1983 Kumaya
Lioness Asuka 2 June 1, 1983 Omiya, Saitama Vacated on January 18, 1984
Itsuki Yamazaki 1 February 28, 1984 Sagamihara, Kanagawa Defeated Noriyo Tateno. Vacated on February 25, 1985.
Bull Nakano 1 July 25, 1985 Yamato, Kanagawa Defeated Mika Komatsu.
Yumi Ogura 1 January 28, 1988 Nagoya, Aichi
Mika Komatsu 1 July 10, 1988 Edmonton, Alberta Vacated in February 1989, due to retirement.
Erika Shishido 1 March 19, 1989 Tokyo Defeated Manami Toyota.
Reibun Amada 1 August 24, 1989 Tokyo Vacated in October, 1989, due to retirement.
Manami Toyota 1 November 18, 1989 Matsuda, Kanagawa Defeated Mika Takahashi. Vacated on September 1, 1990.
Kyoko Inoue 1 October 2, 1990 Yamagata, Yamagata Defeated Takako Inoue.
Takako Inoue 1 April 29, 1991 Tokyo
Mariko Yoshida 1 April 29, 1992 Toda, Saitama
Sakie Hasegawa 1 July 15, 1992 Tokyo
Tomoko Watanabe 1 October 9, 1992 Chiba, Chiba
Kaoru Ito 1 November 26, 1992 Kawasaki, Kanagawa
Debbie Malenko 1 February 10, 1993 Kumamoto, Kumamoto Vacated in mid-1993, due to an injury.
Mima Shimoda 1 September 18, 1993 Omiya, Saitama Defeated Bat Yoshinaga. Vacated on April 9, 1994 to concentrate on tag team matches with Estuko Mita.
Kaoru Ito 2 May 4, 1994 Toda, Saitama Defeated Rie Tamada.
Tomoko Watanabe 2 June 30, 1995 Hakodate, Hokkaido Vacated in early 1996.
Kumiko Maekawa 1 May 4, 1996 Toda, Saitama Defeated Chaparita ASARI.
Rie Tamada 1 November 21, 1996 Kobe, Hyogo Vacated in December 1997.
Momoe Nakanishi 1 December 12, 1997 Chiba, Chiba Defeated Sachie Nishibori.
Emi Motokawa 1 January 24, 1998 Hamamatsu, Shizuoka
Momoe Nakanishi 2 April 12, 1998 Tokyo Vacated in 1999 due to the title defence limit,
Nanae Takahashi 1 March 1, 2000 Fukuoka, Fukuoka Defeated Miyuki Fujii.
Miho Wakizawa 1 September 17, 2000 Tokyo
Rumi Kazama 1 May 26, 2001 Tokyo Vacated immediately upon winning the belt.
Kayo Noumi 1 July 27, 2001 Tokyo Defeated Miho Wakizawa
Kayoko Haruyama 1 September 26, 2001 Tokyo
Kayo Noumi 2 January 4, 2002 Tokyo Vacated on September 22, 2002, in order to participated in the October 20, 2002 tournament for the All Pacific Championship.
Miyuki Fujii 1 October 8, 2002 Mie Defeated Mika Nishio.
Kaori Yoneyama 1 November 29, 2002 Tokyo
Mika Nishio 1 January 4, 2003 Tokyo Vacated in early 2003, when Nishio leaves AJW.
Sasori (Miyuki Fujii) 2 June 19, 2003 Kanazawa, Ishikawa Defeated Saki Maemura.
Hikaru 2 February 15, 2003 Tokyo
Saki Maemura 1 January 3, 2004 Tokyo Final champion.

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