|Koji Nakagawa and Gedo||June 13, 1999||Okayama, Japan||-a-|
|Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Hisakatsu Oya||August 23, 1999||Tokyo, Japan|
|Mr. Gannosuke and H||December 1, 1999||Osaka, Japan|
|Kyoko Inoue and Kodo Fuyuki||February 25, 2000||Osaka, Japan||-b-|
|Koji Nakagawa and Gedo ||April 1, 2000||Yokosuna, Japan||-c-|
|Jado and Gedo||July 14, 2000||Takamatsu, Japan||-d-|
|Masao Inoue and Yoshinobu Kanemaru||July 28, 2000||Tokyo, Japan|
|Tamon Honda and Naomichi Marufuji||October 22, 2000||Tokyo, Japan|
|Kodo Fuyuki and Tetsuhiro Kuroda||December 23, 2000||Tokyo, Japan|
|Masato Tanaka and Gedo||January 7, 2001||Tokyo, Japan||-e-|
|Goemon and Onryo||May 5, 2000||Kawasaki, Japan||-f-|
|Mr. Gannosuke and Mammoth Sasaki||September 5, 2001||Sapporo, Japan||-g-|
|Tetsuhiro Kuroda and Mr. Gannosuke||December 21, 2001||Tokyo, Japan||-h-|
|Kodo Fuyuki and The Sandman||February 4, 2002||Tokyo, Japan||-i-|
-a- Defeated Tanaka and Kuroda for the FMW World Brass Knuckles Tag Team Titles. Titles are renamed the WEW Tag Team Titles in June of 1999.
-b- Inoue became the first female in Japanese wrestling history to win a men's championship in a Japanese promotion.
-c- Gedo vacated his half of the title after Nakagawa turned on him during a 6-Man Tag Title Match on May 28, 2000.
-d- Defeated H and Tetsuhiro Kuroda for the vacant belts.
-e- Titles vacated on February 21, 2001 after Tanaka and Gedo leave FMW.
-f- Defeated Super Crazy and Nova for the vacant titles.
-g- Titles vacated in December 2001.
-h- Defeated Kintaro Kanemura and Mammoth Sasaki to win the vacant titles. Then vacated the belts in January 2002.
-i- Defeated Kuroda and Sabu to win the vacant titles.