|King Kong Czaya and Tiger Jokinder||November 16, 1955||Tokyo, Japan||-a-|
|Dan Miller and Frank Valois||June 2, 1960||Osaka, Japan||-b-|
|Rikizodan and Toyonobori||June 7, 1960||Nagoya, Japan|
|Luther Lindsay and Ricky Waldo||February 3, 1962||Tokyo, Japan|
|Rikizodan and Toyonobori ||February 15, 1962||Tokyo, Japan|
|Buddy Austin and Mike Sharpe||June 4, 1962||Osaka, Japan|
|Rikidozan and Toyonobori ||July 1, 1962||Toyonaka, Japan||-c-|
|Rikidozan and Toyonobori ||May 6, 1963||Toyonaka, Japan||-d-|
|Toyonobori and Michiaki Yoshimura||February 20, 1964||Nagoya, Japan||-e-|
|Carious Hurricane and Gene Kiniski||May 14, 1964||Yokohama, Japan|
|Giant Baba and Toyonobori||May 29, 1964||Sapporo, Japan|
|The Destroyer and Billy Red Lyons||June 3, 1964||Sapporo, Japan|
|Giant Baba and Toyonobori ||July 15, 1965||Shizuoka, Japan||-f-|
|Joe Carrolo and Killer Karl Kox||May 26, 1966||Sendai, Japan|
|Hiro Matsuda and Michiaki Yoshimura||May 28, 1966||Sapporo, Japan|
|Eddie Graham and Killer Karl Kox||June 27, 1996||Nagoya, Japan|
|Giant Baba and Michiaki Yoshimura||July 1, 1966||Hiroshima, Japan||-g-|
|Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura||December 3, 1966||Tokyo, Japan||-h-|
|Antonio Inoki and Michiaki Yoshimura||May 26, 1967||Sapporo, Japan||-i-|
|Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura ||January 6, 1968||Osaka, Japan||-j-|
|Klondike Bill and Skull Murphy||July 8, 1968||Tokyo, Japan|
|Kintaro Ohki and Michiaki Yoshimura ||July 30, 1968||Sapporo, Japan||-k-|
|Antonio Inoki and Kintaro Ohki||February 3, 1969||Sapporo, Japan||-l-|
|Anontio Inoki and Michiaki Yoshimura ||August 9, 1969||Nagoya, Japan||-m-|
|Anontio Inoki and Michiaki Yoshimura ||October 30, 1969||Gifu, Japan||-n-|
|Seiji Sakaguchi and Michiaki Yoshimura||December 12, 1971||Tokyo, Japan||-o-|
|The Great Kojika and Gentetsu Masuoka||March 3, 1973||Osaka, Japan||-p-|
|The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma||March 26, 1976||Seoul, South Korea||-q-|
|Jerry and Ted Oates||October 2, 1976||Tokyo, Japan|
|Samson Kutsuwada and Akihsa Takachiho||October 21, 1976||Gifu, Japan|
|The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma ||June 16, 1977||Tokyo, Japan||-r-|
|Anima Hamaguchi and Mighty Inoue||November 6, 1977||Tokyo, Japan|
|The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma ||February 2, 1978||Gifu, Japan||-s-|
|The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma ||May 31, 1979||Noshiro, Japan||-t-|
|David and Kevin Von Erich||May 23, 1981||Tokyo, Japan|
|Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato||June 11, 1981||Tokyo, Japan||-u-|
|Ashura Hara and Mighty Inoue||February 23, 1983||Takaishi, Japan||-v-|
|Ashura Hara and Takashi Ishikawa||February 23, 1983||Takaishi, Japan||-w-|
|Takashi Ishikawa and Akio Sato ||April 15, 1985||Nagasaki, Japan||-x-|
|Animal Hamaguchi and Isamu Teranishi||July 18, 1985||Tokyo, Japan|
|Norio Honaga and Isamu Teranishi||1985||-y-|
|Mighty Inoue and Takashi Ishikawa||October 31, 1985||Tokyo, Japan|
|Ashura Hara and Super Strong Machine||October 30, 1986||Aomori, Japan||-z-|
|Mighty Inoue and Takashi Ishikawa ||July 30, 1987||Tokyo, Japan||-aa-|
|Footloose (Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada)||March 9, 1988||Yokohama, Japan|
|Shin'ichi Nakano and Shunji Takano||September 9, 1988||Chiba, Japan|
|Footloose (Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada) ||September 15, 1988||Tokyo, Japan|
|Cam-Am Express (Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat)||June 5, 1989||Tokyo, Japan|
|Footloose (Samson Fuyuki and Toshiaki Kawada) ||October 20, 1989||Nagoya, Japan|
|Cam-Am Express (Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat) ||March 6, 1990||Tokyo, Japan|
|Kenta Kobashi and Tiger Mask||April 9, 1990||Okayama, Japan||-bb-|
|Shin'ichi Nakano and Akira Taue||June 5, 1990||Chiba, Japan||-cc-|
|Johnny Ace and Kenta Kobashi||September 7, 1990||Fukui, Japan||-dd-|
|British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid and Johnny Smith)||April 6, 1991||Osaka, Japan||-ee-|
|Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat) ||April 20, 1991||Tokyo, Japan|
|Johnny Ace and Kenta Kobashi ||July 8, 1991||Tokyo, Japan|
|Billy Black and Joel Deaton||July 18, 1991||Tokyo, Japan|
|Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat) ||July 26, 1991||Matsudo, Japan|
|Tsuyoshi Kikuchi and Kenta Kobashi||May 25, 1992||Miyagi, Japan|
|The Eagle and The Patriot||June 2, 1993||Koyama, Japan|
|Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat) ||September 9, 1993||Omiya, Japan||-ff-|
|Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori||January 29, 1995||Tokyo, Japan||-gg-|
|Wolf Hawkfield and Johnny Smith||January 9, 1998||Kagoshima, Japan|
|Tamon Honda and Jun Izumida||October 6, 1998||Niigata, Japan|
|Hayabusa and Jinsei Shinzaki||February 13, 1999||Tokyo, Japan|
|Takao Omori and Yoshihiro Takayama||June 4, 1999||Sapporo, Japan|
|Mitsuharu Misawa and Yoshinari Ogawa||August 25, 1999||Hiroshima, Japan||-hh-|
|Tamon Honda and Masao Inoue||October 25, 1999||Nagaoka, Japan||-ii-|
|Masahito Kakihara and Mitsuya Nagai||June 8, 2001||Tokyo, Japan||-jj-|
|Arashi and Koko Kitahara||September 8, 2001||Tokyo, Japan||-kk-|
|Arashi and Nobutaka Araya||April 13, 2002||Tokyo, Japan||-ll-|
|Kohei Sato and Hirotaka Yokoi||July 19, 2003||Tokyo, Japan||-mm-|
|Kintaro Kanemura and Tetsuhiro Kuroda||October 10, 2003||Tokyo, Japan|
|Mr. Gannosuke and Tetsuhiro Kuroda||December 25, 2003||Tokyo, Japan||-nn-|
|Kaz Hayashi and Satoshi Kojima||January 2, 2004||Tokyo, Japan|
|Masanobu Fuchi and Geni'chiro Tenryu||May 22, 2004||Tokyo, Japan|
|Mitsuya Nagai and Masayuki Naruse||November 3, 2004||Tokyo, Japan|
|Bull Buchanan and Rico Constantino||February 2, 2005||Tokyo, Japan||-oo-|
|Shuji Kondo and Brother “YASSHI”||June 19, 2005||Tokyo, Japan||-pp-|
|Katsuhiko Nakajima and Kensuke Sasaki||July 26, 2005||Tokyo, Japan||-qq-|
|Minoru Suzuki and Nosawa Rongai||January 3, 2009||Tokyo, Japan||-rr|
-a- Defeated Rikizodan and Harold Sakata in the finals of a tournament to become the first champions.
-b- Defeated Rikizodan and Michiaki Yoshimura for the titles.
-c- Vacated after Toyonobori is injured in January 1963.
-d- Defeated Fred Atkins and Killer Kowalski for the titles. Vacated on December 15, 1963 after Rikizodan's murder.
-e- Defeated Prince Curtis Iaukea and Don Maoukain for the vacant titles.
-f- Toyonobori was expelled from the Japan Wrestling Association.
-g- Vacated the titles in November 1966.
-h- Defeated Eddie Morea and Tarzan Zorro for the vacant titles. Vacated after Ohki is injured in an auto accident in April 1967.
-i- Defeated Ike Eakins and Fritz Von Erich for the vacant titles. Inoki vacates the belts in January 1968.
-j- Defeated Rick Hunter and Bill Miller for the vacant titles.
-k- Yoshimura vacated the belts in January 1969.
-l- Defeated Tom Jones and Buster Royd for the vacant belts. Ohki vacates the titles in July 1969.
-m- Defeated Crusher Lisowski and Al Mahlik for the vacant belts. Titles held-up after a no contest on October 10, 1969 against Mr. Atomic and Buddy Austin.
-n- Defeated Mr. Atomic and Austin in a rematch for the titles. Vacated in December 1971 after Inoki is expelled from the JWA.
-o- Vacated after Yoshimura retires and Sakaguchi jumps to New Japan.
-p- Defeated Karl Von Krupp and Kurt Von Steiger for the vacant titles. Vacated when the JWA folds on April 20, 1973.
-q- Defeated Korean representatives for the titles. Strong Kobayashi and Seiji Sakaguchi are recognized as champions by New Japan after defeating Gama and Tiger Jeet Singh on August 4, 1976.
-r- Tiger Jeet Singh and Umanosuke Ueda win New Japan's version of the titles from Kobayashi and Sakaguchi on July 15, 1976. Belts are abandoned on May 21, 1981.
-s- Vacated after not being defended for three months.
-t- Defeated The Kiwis (Butch Miller and Sweet William) for the vacant titles.
-u- Vacated after Akio Sato is injured in January 1983.
-v- Defeated The Great Kojika and Motoshi Okuma for the vacant belts. Inoue vacated the titles in February 1984 to focus on the World Junior Heavyweight title.
-w- Defeated Thomas Ivey and Jerry Morrow for the vacant titles. Hara vacates the titles in October 1984.
-x- Defeated Animal Hamaguchi and Masanobu Kurisu for the vacant titles.
-y- Honaga replaced an injured Hamaguchi.
-z- Vacated after Super Strong Machine jumped to New Japan in 1987.
-aa- Defeated Mananobu Kurisu and Isamu Teranishi for the vacant titles.
-bb- Tiger Mask vacated belts on May 15, 1990 to concentrate as a singles wrestler.
-cc- Defeated Davey Boy and Johnny Smith for the vacant titles. Vacated when Nakano jumps to Super World Sports on June 19, 1990.
-dd- Defeated The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) for the vacant titles.
-ee- Defeated Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikucho for the titles.
-ff- Vacated on December 4, 1994.
-gg- Win a tournament for the titles.
-hh- Misawa vacates the titles after the match in order to give other wrestlers a chance to hold the title.
-ii- Defeated Manunakea Mossman and Johnny Smith in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles. Vacated when Honda and Inoue leave the promotion in June 2000.
-jj- Defeated Shin'ya Makabe and Yuuji Nagata for the vacant titles.
-kk- Defeated Nobutaka Araya and Shiego Okumura for the vacant belts. Vacated in 2002.
-ll- Defeated Mitsuya Nagai and Shiego Okumura for the vacant belts. Vacated on June 20, 2003 when Arashi decides to concentrate on the World Tag Team Titles.
-mm- Defeated Tomoaki Honma and Kazushi Miyamoto in the finals of the All-Asian Tag Team Title League for the vacant titles.
-nn- Defeated Jun Kasai and Tengukeiser for the vacant titles. Later vacated due to an injury to Kanemura.
-oo- Vacated after Rico's retirement on May 27, 2005.
-pp- Defeated Tomoaki Honma and Katsuhiko Nakajima in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.
-qq- Vacated on October 29, 2006 due to injury to Suzuki.
-rr- Defeated Osamu Nishimura and Masanobu Fuchi in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.