|Giant Baba||February 27, 1973||Tokyo, Japan||-a-|
|Tor Kamata||June 1, 1978||Akita, Japan|
|Billy Robinson||June 12, 1978||Ichinomiya, Japan|
|Abdullah the Butcher||October 18, 1978||Utsunomiya, Japan|
|Giant Baba ||February 10, 1979||Chicago, Illinois|
|Harley Race||October 26, 1982||Obihiro, Japan|
|Giant Baba ||February 11, 1983||St. Louis, Missouri|
|Stan Hansen||September 8, 1983||Chiba, Japan|
|Giant Baba ||July 13, 1984||Tokyo, Japan|
|Stan Hansen ||July 30, 1985||Fukuoka, Japan|
|Riki Choshu||April 5, 1986||Yokohama, Japan||-b-|
|Stan Hansen ||April 24, 1987||Yokohama, Japan||-c-|
|Genchiro Tenryu||March 9, 1988||Yokohama, Japan||-d-|
|Stan Hansen ||July 27, 1988||Nagano, Japan||-e-|
|Jumbo Tsuruta||April 18, 1989||Tokyo, Japan||-f-|
-a- Creates title after he wins a series of ten matches against Bruno Sammartino (twice), Terry Funk, Abdullah the Butcher, The Destroyer, Wilbur Snyder (twice), Don Leo Johnathan, Pat O'Connor, and Bobo Brazil.
-b- Stripped of the belt in March 1987 when Choshu jumped to New Japan.
-c- Defeated Hiroshi Wajima to win the vacant belt.
-d- Defeated Ted DiBiase to win the vacated NWA United National Heavyweight Title on April 26, 1986.
-e- Wins both PWF and NWA United National title.
-f- Defeats Stan Hansen to unify all three titles to create the All-Japan Triple Crown Champion.