FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship

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FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship
Details
Promotion Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling
Date established December 9, 1991
Date retired June 16, 1999
Other name(s)
WWA World Martial Arts Tag Team Championship

The FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship was a tag team hardcore wrestling championship contested in Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling.

Title history[edit]

Names[edit]

Name Years
WWA World Martial Arts Tag Team Championship December 9, 1991–September 19, 1992
FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship January 18, 1994–June 13, 1999

Reigns[edit]

No: Wrestlers: Reigns: Date: Days held: Location: Event: Notes:
1 Atsushi Onita and Tarzan Goto 1 December 9, 1991 150 Tokyo, Japan FMW Onita and Goto defeated Grigory Verichev and Koba Krutanize in the finals of a World's Strongest Tag Team Tournament to become the first WWA World Martial Arts Tag Team Champions.[1]
2 Sabu and Horace Boulder 1 May 7, 1992 17 Tokyo, Japan FMW [1]
3 Tarzan Goto
(2) and Grigory Verichev
1 May 25, 1992 117 Tokyo, Japan FMW [1]
Abandoned September 19, 1992 Yokohama, Kanagawa 3rd Anniversary Show The title was abandoned after the 3rd Anniversary Show.
4 Big Titan and The Gladiator 1 January 18, 1994 93 Saitama, Japan FMW The title was re-installed as FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship. Titan and Gladiator defeated Atsushi Onita and Katsutoshi Niiyama in a tournament final to win the vacant title.[2]
5 Mr. Pogo and Hisakatsu Oya 1 April 21, 1994 101 Aomori, Japan FMW [2]
6 Atsushi Onita (2) and Mitsuhiro Matsunaga 1 July 31, 1994 [Note 1] Yokohama, Japan FMW [2]
Vacated October 1994 FMW The title was vacated when Onita and Matsunaga split up.[2]
7 W*ING Alliance
(Mr. Pogo (2) and The Gladiator (2))
1 October 28, 1994 119 Tokyo, Japan FMW Pogo and Gladiator defeated Atsushi Onita and Mr. Gannosuke for vacant title.[2]
8 Atsushi Onita (3) and Mr. Gannosuke 1 February 24, 1995 11 Tokyo, Japan FMW [2]
9 W*ING Alliance
(Mr. Pogo (3) and Yukihiro Kanemura)
1 March 7, 1995 59 Iwate, Japan FMW [2]
10 Lethal Weapon
(Ricky Fuji and Hisakatsu Oya (2))
1 May 5, 1995 123 Kawasaki, Japan 6th Anniversary Show [2]
11 Daisuke Ikeda and Yoshiaki Fujiwara 1 September 5, 1995 107 Sapporo, Japan Grand Slam Tour [2]
12 Lethal Weapon
(Hisakatsu Oya (3) and Horace Boulder)
1 December 21, 1995 15 Yokohama, Japan Year End Spectacular [2]
13 The Faces of Dead
(Super Leather and Jason the Terrible)
1 January 5, 1996 85 Tokyo, Japan FMW [2]
14 The Headhunters
(A and B)
1 March 30, 1996 391 Tokyo, Japan FMW [2]
15 W*ING Alliance
(W*ING Kanemura (2) and Hido)
1 April 25, 1997 118 Osaka, Japan Fighting Creation Tour [2]
16 Funk Masters of Wrestling
(Mr. Gannosuke (2) and Hisakatsu Oya (4))
1 August 21, 1997 59 Yokosuka, Japan Super Dynamism Tour [2]
17 ZEN
(Atsushi Onita (3) and Yukihiro Kanemura (3))
1 October 19, 1997 [Note 2] Sendai, Japan Power Splash Tour [2]
Vacated November 1997 Onita and Kanemura were stripped off the title due to Onita's inactivity.[2]
18 ZEN/Team No Respect
(Mr. Gannosuke (3) and Yukihiro Kanemura (4))
1 November 28, 1997 121 Tokyo, Japan Scramble Survivor Tour Defeated Hayabusa & Masato Tanaka for the vacant title.[2]
19 Team No Respect
(Kodo Fuyuki and Hido (2))
1 March 29, 1998 19 Niigata, Japan Winning Road Tour [2]
20 Hayabusa and Masato Tanaka 1 April 17, 1998 40 Sapporo, Japan Fuyuki Army [2]
21 Team No Respect
(Kodo Fuyuki (2) and Yukihiro Kanemura (5))
1 May 27, 1998 152 Fukuoka, Japan Neo FMW [2]
21 Hayabusa (2) and Daisuke Ikeda 1 October 26, 1998 [Note 3] Chiba, Japan Fuyuki Army [2]
Vacated January 1999 Title vacated due to Ikeda's health problems.[2]
22 Masato Tanaka (2) and Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 May 3, 1999 41 Nagoya, Japan Strongest Tag League Tour Defeated Hayabusa and Kodo Fuyuki in an eight-team round-robin tournament final for vacant title.[2]
23 Team No Respect
(Koji Nakagawa and Gedo)
1 June 13, 1999 3 Okayama, Japan Making of a New Legend Tour [2]
Retired June 16, 1999 Chiba, Japan Making of a New Legend Tour The title was replaced with the WEW World Tag Team Championship.[2]
  1. ^ The exact date when Atsushi Onita and Mitsuhiro Matsunaga vacated the title is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 62 and 89 days.
  2. ^ The exact date when Atsushi Onita and Yukihiro Kanemura vacated the title is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 13 and 40 days.
  3. ^ The exact date when Hayabusa and Daisuke Ikeda vacated the title is uncertain, which means that their reign lasted between 67 and 97 days.

Combined reigns[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). "Japan: WWA Martial Arts Tag Team Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). "Japan: FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.