IWGP World Tag Team Championship
Champions Date Won Location Notes
Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura December 12, 1985 Sendai, Japan -a-
Osamu Kido and Akira Maeda August 5, 1986 Tokyo, Japan
Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura [2] September 23, 1986 Tokyo, Japan -b-
Shiro Koshinaka and Keiji Mutoh March 20, 1987 Tokyo, Japan -c-
Akira Maeda and Nobuhiko Takada March 26, 1987 Osaka, Japan
Yoshiaki Fujiwara and Kazuo Yamazaki September 1, 1987 Fukuoka, Japan
Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura [3] January 18, 1988 Takuyama, Japan
Riki Choshu and Masa Saito June 10, 1988 Hiroshima, Japan
Super Strong Machine and George Takano March 19, 1989 Yokohama, Japan
Riki Choshu and Takayuki Iizuka July 13, 1989 Tokyo, Japan
Shinya Hashimoto and Masa Saito September 20, 1989 Osaka, Japan
Masahiro Chono and Keiji Mutoh April 27, 1990 Tokyo, Japan
Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki November 2, 1990 Tokyo, Japan
Super Strong Machine and Hiro Saito December 29, 1990 Hamamatsu, Japan
Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki [2] March 6, 1991 Nagasaki, Japan
Rick and Scott Steiner March 21, 1991 Tokyo, Japan
Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh November 5, 1991 Tokyo, Japan -d-
Big Van Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow March 1, 1992 Yokohama, Japan
Rick and Scott Steiner [2] June 26, 1992 Tokyo, Japan
Tony Halme and Scott Norton November 22, 1992 Tokyo, Japan
The Hell Raisers (Power Warrior and Road Warrior Hawk) December 14, 1992 Tokyo, Japan
The Jurrassic Powers (Hercules Hernandez and Scott Norton) August 5, 1993 Tokyo, Japan
The Hell Raisers (Power Warrior and Road Warrior Hawk) [2] January 4, 1994 Tokyo, Japan
Hiroshi Hase and Keiji Mutoh [2] November 25, 1994 Iwate, Japan -e-
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan June 10, 1995 Osaka, Japan -f-
Shin'ya Hashimoto and Junji Hirata July 13, 1995 Sapporo, Japan -g-
Takashi Iizuka and Kazauo Yamazaki June 12, 1996 Osaka, Japan
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan [2] July 16, 1996 Sapporo, Japan
Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura [4] January 4, 1997 Tokyo, Japan
Riki Choshu and Kensuke Sasaki April 12, 1997 Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Kojima and Manabu Nakanishi May 3, 1997 Osaka, Japan
Kensuke Sasaki and Kazuo Yamazaki August 10, 1997 Nagoya, Japan
Masahiro Chono and Keiji Mutoh [2] October 19, 1997 Kobe, Japan -h-
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan [3] June 5, 1998 Tokyo, Japan -i-
Shiro Koshinaka and Gen'ichiro Tenryu July 15, 1998 Sapporo, Japan
Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan January 4, 1999 Tokyo, Japan
Shiro Koshinaka and Kensuke Sasaki March 22, 1999 Amagasaki, Japan
Tatsutoshi Goto and Michiyoshi Ohara June 27, 1999 Sizuoka, Japan
Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi August 28, 1999 Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Kojima and Hiroyoshi Tenzan [2] July 20, 2000 Sapporo, Japan
Tatsumi Fujinami and Osamu Nishimura September 22, 2001 Osaka, Japan
Tayio Kea and Keiji Mutoh October 28, 2001 Fukuoka, Japan -j-
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan [4] March 24, 2002 Amagaski, Japan -k-
Hiroshi Tanahashi and Yutaka Yoshie June 13, 2003 Tokyo, Japan
Osamu Nishimura and Hiroyoshi Tenzan Decemeber 14, 2003 Nagoya, Japan
Minoru Suzuki and Yoshihiro Takayama February 1, 2004 Sapporo, Japan
Shinsuke Nakamura and Hiroshi Tanahashi December 11, 2004 Osaka, Japan
Masahiro Chono and Hiroyoshi Tenzan [5] October 30, 2005 Kobe, Japan
Shiro Koshinaka and Togi Makabe July 2, 2006 Tokyo, Japan -l-
Manabu Nakanishi and Takao Omori July 17, 2006 Sapporo, Japan -m-
Giant Bernard and Travis Tomko March 11, 2007 Aichi, Japan
Togi Makabe and Toru Yano February 17, 2008 Tokyo, Japan

-a- Defeated Antonio Inoki and Seiji Sakaguchi in the finals of a tournament to become the first champions.

-b- Vacated on February 5, 1987 when Fujinami and Kimura split.

-c- Defeated Akira Maeda and Nobuhiko Takada for the vacant titles.

-d- Defeated Rich Steiner and Scott Norton for the titles; Norton replaced an injured Scott Steiner.

-e- Vacated the titles after Mutoh wins the IWGP World Heavyweight Title on May 3, 1995.

-f- Defeated Shin'ya Hashimoto and Junji Hirata for the vacant belts; vacated on July 7, 1995 after Chono missed a title defense due to his father's death.

-g- Defeated Mike Enos and Scott Norton for the vacant belts.

-h- Vacated on April 21, 1998 due to Mutoh's knne injury.

-i- Defeated Gen'ichiro Tenryu and Shiro Koshinaka in the finals of a tournament for the vacant belts.

-j- Kea and Mutoh are alse the All-Japan World Tag Team Champions; vacated in February 2, 2002 when Mutoh leaves NJPW.

-k- Defeated Yuji Nagata and Manabu Nakanishi in the finals of a tournament for the vacant titles.

-l- Defeated Giant Bernard and Travis Tomko in the finals of a tournament to become the provisional champions after Chono and Tenzan become inactive due to Chono's injury.

-m- Declared official champions after reigning as provisional champions since July 17, 2006.

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