|Dale Lewis||October 1970||St. Louis, Missouri||-a-|
|Pantera Negra||November 1970||Los Angeles, California|
|John Tolos||November 20, 1970||Los Angeles, California|
|Rey Mendoza||December 4, 1970||Los Angeles, California|
|John Tolos ||March 1971||-b-|
|Antonio Inoki||March 26, 1971||Los Angeles, California||-c-|
|King Krow||January 1972||Vancover, British Columbia||-d-|
|Seiji Sakaguchi||February 11, 1972||Los Angeles, California|
|The Shiek||September 6, 1972||Tokyo, Japan|
|Seiji Sakaguchi ||September 7, 1972||Osaka, Japan|
|Johnny Valentine||March 2, 1972||Yokohama, Japan|
|Akihisa Takachiho||March 8, 1973||Sano, Japan||-e-|
|Jumbo Tsuruta||August 28, 1976||Tokyo, Japan||-f-|
|Billy Robinson||March 5, 1977||Akita, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||March 23, 1977||Miami, Florida|
|Dick Murdoch||February 23, 1980||Kagoshima, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||March 5, 1980||Kuroiso, Japan|
|Abdullah the Butcher||October 13, 1980||Nagoya, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||January 22, 1981||Nirasaki, Japan|
|Harley Race||August 1, 1982||Tokyo, Japan|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||October 24, 1982||Kitami, Japan||-g-|
|Ted DiBiase||October 14, 1983||-h-|
|Michael Hayes||January 28, 1984||Athens, Georgia|
|David Von Erich||February 3, 1984||Dallas, Texas||-i-|
|Genchiro Tenryu||February 23, 1984||Tokyo, Japan||-j-|
|Genchiro Tenryu ||April 26, 1986||Omiya, Japan||-k-|
|Stan Hansen||July 27, 1988||Nagano, Japan||-l-|
|Jumbo Tsuruta ||April 18, 1989||Tokyo, Japan||-m-|
-a- Wins a tournament to become the first champion.
-b- NWA returns the belt to Tolos after they ruled that Mendoza won on a fast count. Mendoza had been defending the belt for two months.
-c- Title vacated after Inoki was expelled from the JWA on December 13, 1971.
-d- Defeats Sailor Art Thomas in a tournament final to win the belt.
-e- Title vacated after the JWA folds on April 14, 1973.
-f- Defeats Akihisa Takachiho and Jack Brisco to claim undisputed champion.
-g- Vacated on June 17, 1983 to concentrate on winning the NWA International Heavyweight Title.
-h- Defeats Jerry Lawler via forfeit in the finals of a 12-man tournament for the vacant belt.
-i- Vacated after Von Erich's death on February 10, 1984.
-j- Defeats Ricky Steamboat to win the vacant title. Vacated in February 1986.
-k- Defeats Ted DiBiase for the vacant title. Also defeats Stan Hansen for the PWF World Heavyweight Title on March 9, 1988.
-l- Wins both the NWA United National title and the PWF World Title.
-m- Defeats Stan Hansen to unify all three titles to form the All-Japan Triple Crown Championship.