NWA International Tag Team Championship
Champions Date Won Location Notes
The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and Ray Heffernan) 1962 -a-
George and Sandy Scott
Karl and Kurt Von Stroheim July 1964 Texas
Bull and Fred Curry July 20, 1964 Ft. Worth, TX
Karl and Kurt Von Stroheim [2] 1966 Texas
Mike Padosis and Fritz Von Goehring September 1966 Texas
Giant Baba and Michiaki Yoshimura November 5, 1966 Tokyo, Japan
Tarzan Tyler and Bill Watts October 6, 1967 Fukushima, Japan
Giant Baba and Antonio Inoki October 31, 1967 Osaka, Japan -b-
Giant Baba and Antonio Inoki [2] February 3, 1968 Tokyo, Japan -c-
Danny Hodge and Wilbur Snyder January 9, 1969 Hiroshima, Japan
Giant Baba and Antonio Inoki [3] February 4, 1969 Sapporo, Japan
Dick the Bruiser and Crusher Lisowski August 11, 1969 Sapporo, Japan
Giant Baba and Antonio Inoki [4] August 13, 1969 Osaka, Japan
Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk December 7, 1971 Sapporo, Japan
Giant Baba and Seiji Sakaguchi May 19, 1972 Los Angeles, CA -d-
Kintaro Ohki and Seiji Sakaguchi December 2, 1972 Tokyo, Japan -e-
Killer Karl Krupp and Johhny Valentine February 22, 1973 Osaka, Japan
Kintaro Ohki and Umanosuke Ueda March 6, 1973 Nagoya, Japan
Killer Karl Krupp and Fritz Von Erich April 18, 1973 Yaizu, Japan
Killer Karl Krupp and Karl Von Steiger April 1973 -f-
Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk [2] May 26, 1973 Amarillo, TX
Killer Karl Kox and Cyclone Negro August 26, 1973 Lubbock, TX
Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk [3] October 1973 Texas
Giant Baba and Jumbo Tsuruta February 5, 1975 San Antonio, TX
Kim Duk and Kintaro Ohki October 28, 1976 Tokyo, Japan
Giant Baba and Jumbo Tsuruta [2] December 9, 1976 Tokyo, Japan
Kim Duk and Kintaro Ohki [2] November 7, 1977 Seoul, South Korea
Giant Baba and Jumbo Tsuruta [3] May 11, 1978 Osaka, Japan
Abdullah the Butcher and Ray Candy October 12, 1979 Asahikawa, Japan
Giant Baba and Jumbo Tsuruta [4] October 19, 1979 Kooriyama, Japan
Ron Bass and Stan Hansen April 12, 1983 Matsuyama, Japan
Giant Baba and Jumbo Tsuruta [5] April 17, 1983 Nagasaki, Japan
Tiger Jeet Singh and Umanosuke Ueda July 26, 1983 Fukuoka, Japan
Giant Baba and Jumbo Tsuruta [6] August 1, 1983 Tokyo, Japan -g-
Gen'ichiro Tenryu and Jumbo Tsuruta September 3, 1984 Hiroshima, Japan -h-
Riki Choshu and Yoshiaki Yatsu February 5, 1986 Sapporo, Japan
Gen'ichiro Tenryu and Jumbo Tsuruta [2] Febryary 5, 1987 Tokyo, Japan
The Road Warriors (Animal and Hawk) March 12, 1987 Sapporo, Japan
Jumbo Tsuruta and Yoshiaki Yatsu June 10, 1988 Tokyo, Japan -i-

-a- Become first champions.

-b- Titles held-up after Inoki no-shows a defense due to heavy snow against Crusher Lisowski and Bill Miller.

-c- Defeated Lisowski and Miller in a rematch for the held-up titles.

-d- Vacated on September 2, 1972 when Baba leaves the JWA.

-e- Defeated Bobo Brazil and Gene Kiniski for the vacant titles.

-f- Krupp chooses Von Steiger as his new partner after Von Erich gives up his half of the title.

-g- Vacated in May 1985 when Baba is injured.

-h- Defeated Bruiser Brody and Crusher Lisowski for the vacant titles.

-i- Tsuruta and Yatsu are the reigning PWF World Tag Team Champions when they beat the Road Warriors and unify the two titles to become the first All-Japan World Tag Team Champions.

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