|Rikizodan||August 27, 1958||Los Angeles, California||-b-|
|Giant Baba||November 24, 1965||Osaka, Japan||-c-|
|Bobo Brazil||June 25, 1968||Nagoya, Japan|
|Giant Baba ||June 27, 1968||Tokyo, Japan|
|The Shiek||1969||Los Angeles, California|
|Giant Baba ||1969||Los Angeles, California|
|Gene Kiniski||December 3, 1970||Osaka, Japan|
|Giant Baba ||December 19, 1970||Los Angeles, California||-d-|
|Bobo Brazil ||December 1, 1972||Yokohama, Japan||-e-|
|Kintaro Ohki||December 4, 1972||Hiroshima, Japan||-f-|
|Dory Funk Jr.||April 30, 1981||Matsudo, Japan||-g-|
|Dory Funk Jr. ||1981||Florida|
|Bruiser Brody||October 9, 1981||Tokyo, Japan|
|Dory Funk Jr. ||November 1, 1981||Tokyo, Japan|
|Bruiser Brody ||April 21, 1982||Osaka, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta||August 30, 1983||Tokyo, Japan|
|Stan Hansen||July 31, 1986||Tokyo, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||October 21, 1986||Tokyo, Japan|
|Bruiser Brody ||March 27, 1988||Tokyo, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||April 19, 1988||Tokyo, Japan||-i-|
-a- Awarded title by the NWA.
-b- Vacated on December 15, 1963 following the death of Rikizodan.
-c- Defeated Dick the Bruiser for the title.
-d- Vacated on September 2, 1972 when Baba leaves the Japan Wrestling Association (promotion holding the belt at the time) to found AJPW.
-e- Defeated Kintaro Ohki for the belt.
-f- Ordered to vacate the title by the NWA, title was vacated on April 13, 1981.
-g- Wins tournament for the belt after receiving a bye through the finals when Bruiser Brody is injured and unable to compete.
-h- Title change is not recognized in Japan.
-i- Unified the NWA International Heavyweight title with the PWF World and NWA United National titles by defeating Stan Hansen. All three belts are then recognized as the All-Japan Triple Crown Heavyweight Title.