Open the Triangle Gate Championship

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Open the Triangle Gate Championship
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Promotion Dragon Gate
Date establishedNovember 7, 2004
Current champion(s)MASQUERADE
(Dragon Dia, Jason Lee and La Estrella)
Date wonMay 5, 2021

The Open the Triangle Gate Championship is a professional wrestling trios title in Japanese promotion Dragon Gate. It was created on November 7, 2004 when The Italian Connection faction of Milano Collection A.T., Anthony W. Mori and Yossino defeated Aagan Iisou's Shuji Kondo, Takuya Sugawara and "brother" Yasshi in a tournament final. [1] Each title belt's face has three emblems on it, shaped in a triangle, that represent Power, Technique and Mind. [2] Not including interim reigns, there have been a total of 50 recognized individual champions and 62 recognized trios, who have had a combined 72 official reigns. The current champions are Dragon Dia, Jason Lee and La Estrella who are in their first reign as a team. [3]

Title history

Key
No.Overall reign number
ReignReign number for the specific champion
DaysNumber of days held
DefensesNumber of successful defenses
Championship change is unrecognized by the promotion
<1Reign lasted less than a day
+Current reign is changing daily
No.ChampionChampionship changeReign statisticsNotesRef.
DateEventLocationReignDaysDefenses
1Italian Connection
(Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and Yossino)
November 7, 2004Rey de Parejas tour Sapporo, Japan 11082Defeated Aagan Iisou ("brother" Yasshi, Shuji Kondo and Takuya Sugawara) in a tournament final. [4]
Blood Generation
(Cima, Naruki Doi and Shingo Takagi)
February 23, 2005 Tokyo, Japan 1110Defeated Final M2K (Kenichiro Arai, Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka) to become interim champions due to Milano getting injured. This match was originally against Mochizuki, Yokosuka and K-ness, but K-ness was quickly replaced due to injury. [4]
2Do Fixer
(Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito)
March 6, 2005The Brave Gate Tour Sapporo, Japan 11191This was a two out of three falls match to decide the official champions, which Do Fixer won 2-1. [4]
3Blood Generation
(Cima, Don Fujii and Naruki Doi)
July 3, 2005Pro Wrestling Festival 2005 Kobe, Japan 161 [4]
4Do Fixer
(Dragon Kid (2), Genki Horiguchi (2) and Ryo Saito (2))
July 9, 2005Rainbow Gate tour. Morodomi, Japan 231 [4]
5Blood Generation
(Cima (2), Magnitude Kishiwada and Masato Yoshino (2))
July 12, 2005Rainbow Gate tour Tokyo, Japan 13193This was originally a two out of three falls match which Do Fixer won 2-1, winning both falls by disqualification; it was restarted as an elimination match, which Blood Generation won. [4]
Vacated May 27, 2006 Osaka, Japan Before this match, Yoshino and Kishiwada defected to Muscle Outlaw'z. Vacated due to Cima, Yoshino and Kishiwada losing a title defense to the Muscle Outlaw'z Naruki Doi, Gamma and Naoki Tanizaki by disqualification on the Aggressive Gate tour. [4]
6 BxB Hulk, Cima (3) and Jack Evans August 20, 2006The Gate of Adventure tour. Sapporo, Japan 1410Defeated Do Fixer (Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito) in a tournament final. [4]
7Do Fixer
(Dragon Kid (3), Genki Horiguchi (3) and Ryo Saito (3))
September 30, 2006Storm Gate tour. Osaka, Japan 3500 [4]
8Muscle Outlaw'z
Naruki Doi (2), Gamma and Masato Yoshino (3)
November 19, 2006Crown Gate tour Fukuoka, Japan 1370Defeated Final M2K (K-ness, Yamato Onodera and Susumu Yokosuka) to become interim champions when the titles were vacated by Do Fixer due to Dragon Kid suffering from appendicitis. The interim reign was declared to be official on December 23, 2006, when a scheduled decision match against Do Fixer falls through due to Dragon's sustained illness. [1] [4]
9Pos.Hearts
(BxB Hulk (2), Anthony W. Mori (2) and Super Shisa)
December 26, 2006Live Gate. Kobe, Japan 1260 [4]
10Muscle Outlaw'z
(Naruki Doi (3), Gamma (2) and Masato Yoshino (4))
January 21, 2007Primal Gate tour. Kobe, Japan 2633 [4]
11Typhoon
Cima (4), Ryo Saito (4) and Susumu Yokosuka
March 25, 2007Memorial Gate. Tsu, Japan 1151 [4]
12Muscle Outlaw'z
(Naruki Doi (4), Gamma (3) and Magnitude Kishiwada (2))
April 9, 2007Live Gate. Kobe, Japan 160 [4]
13Typhoon
(Cima (5), Ryo Saito (5) and Susumu Yokosuka (2))
April 15, 2007Glorious Gate tour. Yokkaichi, Japan 2250 [4]
14 New Hazard
BxB Hulk (3), Cyber Kong and Shingo Takagi
May 10, 2007Aggressive Gate tour. Tokyo, Japan 1641 [4]
Vacated July 13, 2007Vacated due to Hulk suffering a jaw injury. [1]
15Muscle Outlaw'z
(Magnitude Kishiwada (3), Masato Yoshino (5) and Naruki Doi (5))
July 22, 2007WrestleJam tour Kobe, Japan 1490Defeated New Hazard (Cyber Kong, Jack Evans and Shingo Takagi) to win the vacant titles. [5]
16Mushozoku
(Don Fujii (2), K-ness and Masaaki Mochizuki)
September 9, 2007Storm Gate tour. Fukuoka, Japan 11683 [6]
17 New Hazard
(BxB Hulk (4), Cyber Kong (2) and Shingo Takagi (2))
February 24, 2008Truth Gate tour. Fukui, Japan 2801 [4]
Vacated May 14, 2008 Tokyo, Japan Vacated after a title defense against Gamma, Genki Horiguchi and Yamato on the Aggressive Gate tour ended in a no contest when Takagi and Kong betrayed Hulk to form Real Hazard. An immediate decision match was made. [4]
18Real Hazard
(Gamma (4), Shingo Takagi (3) and Yamato)
May 14, 2008Aggressive Gate tour Tokyo, Japan 1451Defeated BxB Hulk, Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino to win the vacant titles. [4]
19Tozawajuku
(Kenichiro Arai, Taku Iwasa and Shinobu)
June 28, 2008Gate of Maximum tour. Nagoya, Japan 1140 [4]
20Real Hazard
(Gamma (5), Yasushi Kanda and Yamato (2))
July 12, 2008Rainbow Gate tour. Akashi, Japan 1782 [4]
21Zetsurins
(Don Fujii (3), Magnitude Kishiwada (4) and Masaaki Mochizuki (2))
September 28, 2008Memorial Gate. Fukui, Japan 11403 [4]
22KAMIKAZE
(Dragon Kid (4), Shingo Takagi (4) and Taku Iwasa (2))
February 15, 2009Truth Gate tour. Fukuoka, Japan 1592 [4]
23Warriors-5
(Cima (6), Gamma (6) and Kagetora)
April 15, 2009Gate of Passion tour. Tokyo, Japan 1531 [4]
24World-1
(BxB Hulk (5), Masato Yoshino (6) and Pac)
June 7, 2009Gate of Maximum tour. Nagoya, Japan 11292 [4]
25Zetsurins
(Akebono, Don Fujii (4) and Masaaki Mochizuki (3))
October 14, 2009Gate of Victory tour. Tokyo, Japan 12033 [4]
26Deep Drunkers
(Kzy, Takuya Sugawara and Yasushi Kanda (2))
May 5, 2010Dead or Alive 2010. Nagoya, Japan 180 [4]
27Warriors
Cima (7), Gamma (7) and Genki Horiguchi (4)
May 13, 2010Aggressive Gate tour. Tokyo, Japan 1381 [4]
28World-1
(Naoki Tanizaki, Naruki Doi (6) and Pac (2))
June 20, 2010Gate of Maximum tour. Fukuoka, Japan 140 [4]
29Warriors
(Cima (8), Gamma (8) and Genki Horiguchi (5))
June 24, 2010Gate of Maximum tour. Osaka, Japan 21233 [4]
30 Naoki Tanizaki (2), Takuya Sugawara (2) and Yasushi Kanda (3)October 25, 2010Gate of Victory tour. Miyazaki, Japan 1621 [4] [7]
31Blood Warriors
(Cima (9), Dragon Kid (5) and Ricochet)
December 26, 2010Final Gate 2010. Fukuoka, Japan 11405 [4] [8]
Vacated May 15, 2011 Sapporo, Japan Vacated due to Blood Warriors ejecting Dragon Kid from the group. [4]
32Junction Three
(Gamma (9), Masato Yoshino (7) and Yamato (3))
June 18, 2011Champion Gate tour Fukuoka, Japan 1762Defeated Blood Warriors (Cima, Naruki Doi and BxB Hulk) to win the vacant title. [4]
33Blood Warriors
(Kzy (2), Naoki Tanizaki (3) and Naruki Doi (7))
September 2, 2011Storm Gate tour. Kobe, Japan 11393 [4]
Vacated January 19, 2012 Tokyo, Japan Vacated due to Kzy, Doi and Tomahawk T.T., replacing an injured Tanizaki, being disqualified in a title match against K-ness, Kenichiro Arai and Taku Iwasa. [4]
34Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (6), Jimmy Kanda (4) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (6))
March 3, 2012Champion Gate tour. Osaka, Japan 1641 [4]
35World-1 International
(Masato Yoshino (8), Naruki Doi (8) and Pac (3))
May 6, 2012Dead or Alive 2012. Nagoya, Japan 1775 [4]
Vacated July 22, 2012 Kobe, Japan Title vacated when Pac leaves Dragon Gate for WWE. [4]
36 Mad Blankey
(Akira Tozawa, BxB Hulk (6) and Naoki Tanisaki)
August 19, 2012N/A Fukuoka, Japan 1632Defeated Cima, Gamma and Magnitude Kishiwada in the finals of the 2012 Summer Adventure Tag League to win the vacant title. Naoki Tanisaki not to be confused with Naoki Tanizaki. [4]
37Kaettekita Veteran-gun
(Gamma (10), HUB and Magnitude Kishiwada (5))
October 21, 2012 The Gate of Destiny 2012 Osaka, Japan 1271 [4] [9]
38World-1 International
(Masato Yoshino (9), Naruki Doi (9) and Shachihoko Boy)
November 17, 2012Crown Gate 2012 Osaka, Japan 160Won the title in a three-way match, which also included the Jimmyz (Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Mr. Kyu Kyu Toyonaka Dolphin and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito. [4]
39Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (7), Mr. Kyu Kyu Toyonaka Dolphin/Naoki Tanizaki (4) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (7))
November 23, 2012Crown Gate 2012 tour. Saga, Japan 11004Dolphin won the right to change his name back to Naoki Tanizaki during the reign on January 27, 2013.
40World-1 International
(Naruki Doi (10), Rich Swann and Shachihoko Boy (2))
March 3, 2013Champion Gate 2013 tour. Osaka, Japan 1941
41M2K
(Masaaki Mochizuki (4), Jimmy Susumu (3) and K-Ness (2))
June 5, 2013Gate of Maximum tour. Tokyo, Japan 1110
42Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (8), Jimmy Kanda (5) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (8))
June 16, 2013Champion Gate tour. Fukuoka, Japan 2641
43Oretachi Veteran-gun
(Dragon Kid (6), K-Ness (3) and Masaaki Mochizuki (5))
August 19, 2013Gate of Generation tour. Miyazaki, Japan 1190
Vacated September 7, 2013 Osaka, Japan Title vacated after Dragon Kid suffered a knee injury.
44 Mad Blankey
(BxB Hulk (7), Cyber Kong (3) and Yamato (4))
October 6, 2013Gate of Victory tour Fukuoka, Japan 1601Defeated Monster Express (Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and Shingo Takagi) to win the vacant title.
45Millennials
(Eita, Flamita and T-Hawk (2))
December 5, 2013Miracle Gate. Tokyo, Japan 1170
46Jimmyz
(Jimmy Susumu (4), Mr. Kyu Kyu/Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka/Dolphin (5) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (9))
December 22, 2013The Final Gate 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1553Won the title in a three-way elimination match, which also included Oretachi Veteran-gun (Cima, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki).
Vacated February 15, 2014 Nagoya, Japan Title vacated after Saito was sidelined with a back injury.
47Jimmyz
(Jimmy Kanda (6), Jimmy Susumu (5) and Mr. Kyu Kyu/Naoki Tanizaki/Toyonaka Dolphin (6))
February 20, 2014Truth Gate Kobe, Japan 1241Won the title by defeating Mad Blankey (Cyber Kong, Kzy and Naruki Doi) in a decision match.
48Millennials
(Eita (2), T-Hawk (3) and U-T)
March 16, 2014Memorial Gate in Wakayama. Wakayama, Japan 1901
49 Mad Blankey
(Cyber Kong (4), Kzy (3) and Naruki Doi (11))
June 14, 2014Champion Gate in Hakata Fukuoka, Japan 11173Won the title in a three-way elimination match, also involving Oretachi Veteran-gun (Don Fujii, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki).
50Oretachi Veteran-gun
(Cima (10), Don Fujii (5) and Gamma (11))
October 9, 2014The Gate of Victory. Tokyo, Japan 1100
51Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (9), Jimmy Susumu (6) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (10))
October 19, 2014The Gate of Victory.Yokkaichi, Japan1701
52Dia.Hearts
(Big R Shimizu, Dragon Kid (7) and Masaaki Mochizuki (6))
December 28, 2014The Final Gate 2014Fukuoka, Japan1913
53Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (10), Jimmy Kagetora (2) and Jimmy Susumu (7))
March 29, 2015Glorious Gate 2015 Saga, Japan 1772
Vacated June 14, 2015 Fukuoka, Japan Title vacated after Kagetora was sidelined with an injury.
54Oretachi Veteran-gun
(Cima (11), Don Fujii (6) and Gamma (12))
June 14, 2015Champion Gate in Hakata 2015 Fukuoka, Japan 21402Defeated Jimmyz (Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Susumu and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito) to win the vacant title.
Vacated November 1, 2015 Osaka, Japan Cima, Don Fujii, and Gamma voluntarily vacated the titles.
55Monster Express
Akira Tozawa (2), Masato Yoshino (10) and T-Hawk (4)
December 6, 2015Fantastic Gate 2015 Hokkaido, Japan 12735Defeated Naruki Doi, Shingo Takagi and Yamato in a decision match for the vacant title.
56Jimmyz
Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!! (11), Jimmy Kanda (7) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (11)
September 4, 2016Summer Adventure Tag League Okinawa, Japan 31071
Vacated December 20, 2016 Tokyo, Japan Title vacated after Horiguchi suffered a rib injury.
57Jimmyz
Jimmy Kanda (8), Jimmy Susumu (8) and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito (12)
December 25, 2016The Final Gate 2016 Fukuoka, Japan 1690Defeated the teams of Masato Yoshino, Kotoka and Ben-K, and also Cyber Kong, Mondai Ryu and El Lindaman in decision match to win the vacant titles. [10]
58VerserK
(Cyber Kong (5), Shingo Takagi (5) and T-Hawk (5))
March 4, 2017Champion Gate 2017 Osaka, Japan 1150 [11]
Vacated March 19, 2017 Nagoya, Japan Titles vacated after Cyber Kong suffered a shoulder injury
59MaxiMuM
(Ben-K, Big R Shimizu (2) and Naruki Doi (12))
March 20, 2017Memorial Gate 2017 Wakayama, Japan 11031
60VerserK
(El Lindaman, Shingo Takagi (6) and Takashi Yoshida (6))
July 1, 2017Rainbow Gate 2017 Osaka, Japan 11251
61Tribe Vanguard
(BxB Hulk (8), Kzy (4) and Yamato (5))
November 3, 2017 The Gate Of Destiny 2017 Osaka, Japan 1500This was a three-way match, also involving MaxiMuM (Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino and Kotoka). [12]
62MaxiMuM
(Masato Yoshino (11), Naruki Doi (13) and Jason Lee)
December 23, 2017The Final Gate 2017 Fukuoka, Japan 11342 [13]
63Natural Vibes
(Kzy (5), Genki Horiguchi (12) and Susumu Yokosuka (9))
May 6, 2018Dead or Alive 2018 Aichi, Japan 12316 [14]
64 R.E.D
(Kazma Sakamoto, Takashi Yoshida (7) and Yasushi Kanda (9))
December 23, 2018The Final Gate 2018 Fukuoka, Japan 12103 [15]
65Strong Machine Gundan
(Strong Machine J, Strong Machine F (7) and Strong Machine G (13))
July 21, 2019Kobe Pro-Wrestling Festival 2019 Kobe, Japan 11473Strong Machine F formerly held the title under the name Don Fuji. Strong Machine G formerly held the title under the name Gamma. [16]
66 R.E.D.
(Diamante, H.Y.O. and Takashi Yoshida (8))
December 15, 2019Dragon Gate Final Gate 2019 Fukuoka, Japan 1550This was a three-way match also involving Genki Horiguchi, Kzy and Susumu Yokosuka. [17]
67Team Toryumon
(Dragon Kid (8), Kenichiro Arai (2) and Ryo Saito (2))
February 8, 2020 House show Tokyo, Japan 1210
68Team Dragon Gate
(Ben-K (2), Dragon Dia and Strong Machine J (2))
February 29, 2020Dragon Gate Champion Gate In Osaka 2020 - Day 1 Osaka, Japan 12051 [18]
69 R.E.D.
(Diamante (2), Kazma Sakamoto (2) and Takashi Yoshida (9))
September 21, 2020Dangerous Gate 2020 Tokyo, Japan 1431 [19]
Vacated November 3, 2020 The Gate Of Destiny 2020 Osaka, Japan Vacated due to Diamante suffering an injury. The exact length of this reign is uncertain.
70 R.E.D.
(Kazma Sakamoto (3), Kento Kobune/SB KENTo and Takashi Yoshida (10))
November 3, 2020 The Gate Of Destiny 2020 Osaka, Japan 1712Defeated Naruki Doi, Punch Tominaga and Ryotsu Shimizu to win the vacant titles. [20]
71Natural Vibes
(Kzy (6), Genki Horiguchi (13) and Susumu Yokosuka (10))
January 13, 2021 House show Tokyo, Japan 21121 [21]
72MASQUERADE
(Dragon Dia (2), Jason Lee (2) and La Estrella)
May 5, 2021Dead or Alive 2021 Aichi, Japan 187+1 [22]

Combined reigns

As of July31, 2021.

Indicates the current champion
RankTeamNo. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1Natural Vibes
(Kzy, Genki Horiguchi and Susumu Yokosuka)
27343
2Blood Generation
(Cima, Magnitude Kishiwada and Masato Yoshino)
13319
3Monster Express
(Akira Tozawa, Masato Yoshino and T-Hawk)
15273
4Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Kanda and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito)
33235
5 R.E.D
(Kazma Sakamoto, Takashi Yoshida and Yasushi Kanda)
13210
6Team Dragon Gate
(Ben-K, Dragon Dia and Strong Machine J)
11205
7Zetsurins
(Akebono, Don Fujii and Masaaki Mochizuki)
13203
8Do Fixer
(Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi and Ryo Saito)
32173
9Mushozoku
(Don Fujii, K-ness and Masaaki Mochizuki)
13168
10Warriors
(Cima, Gamma and Genki Horiguchi)
24161
11Oretachi Veteran-gun
(Cima , Don Fujii and Gamma)
22150
12Strong Machine Gundan
(Strong Machine J, Strong Machine F and Strong Machine G)
13147
13 New Hazard
(BxB Hulk, Cyber Kong and Shingo Takagi)
22144
14Blood Warriors
(Cima, Dragon Kid and Ricochet)
15140
Zetsurins
(Don Fujii, Magnitude Kishiwada and Masaaki Mochizuki)
13140
16Blood Warriors
(Kzy, Naoki Tanizaki and Naruki Doi)
13139
17MaxiMuM
(Masato Yoshino, Naruki Doi and Jason Lee)
12134
18World-1
(BxB Hulk, Masato Yoshino and Pac)
12129
19VerserK
(El Lindaman, Shingo Takagi and Takashi Yoshida)
11125
20 Mad Blankey
(Cyber Kong, Kzy and Naruki Doi)
13117
21Italian Connection
(Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and Yossino)
12108
22MaxiMuM
(Ben-K, Big R Shimizu and Naruki Doi)
11103
23Muscle Outlaw'z
(Naruki Doi, Gamma and Masato Yoshino)
23100
24Jimmyz
Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Mr. Kyu Kyu/Toyonaka Dolphin/Naoki Tanizaki and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito
14100
25World-1 International
Naruki Doi, Rich Swann and Shachihoko Boy
1194
26Dia.Hearts
(Big R Shimizu, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki)
1391
27Millennials
(Eita, T-Hawk and U-T)
1190
28MASQUERADE
(Dragon Dia, Jason Lee and La Estrella)
1187+
29 Real Hazard
(Gamma, Yasushi Kanda and Yamato)
1278
30World-1 International
(Masato Yoshino, Naruki Doi and Pac)
1577
Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Kagetora and Jimmy Susumu)
1277
32Junction Three
(Gamma, Masato Yoshino and Yamato)
1276
33 R.E.D.
(Kazma Sakamoto, Kento Kobune/SB KENTo and Takashi Yoshida)
1271
34Jimmyz
(Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!, Jimmy Susumu and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito)
1170
35Jimmyz
(Jimmy Kanda, Jimmy Susumu and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito)
1069
36 Mad Blankey
(Akira Tozawa, BxB Hulk and Naoki Tanisaki)
1263
37 Naoki Tanizaki, Takuya Sugawara and Yasushi Kanda 1162
38 Mad Blankey
(BxB Hulk, Cyber Kong and Yamato)
1160
39KAMIKAZE
(Dragon Kid, Shingo Takagi and Taku Iwasa)
1259
40Jimmyz
(Jimmy Susumu, Mr. Kyu Kyu/Naoki Tanizaki Toyonaka/Dolphin and Ryo "Jimmy" Saito)
1355
R.E.D.
(Diamante, H.Y.O. and Takashi Yoshida)
1055
42Warriors-5
(Cima, Gamma and Kagetora)
1153
43Tribe Vanguard
(BxB Hulk, Kzy and Yamato)
1050
44Muscle Outlaw'z
(Magnitude Kishiwada, Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi)
1049
45 Real Hazard
(Gamma, Shingo Takagi and Yamato)
1145
46 R.E.D.
(Diamante, Kazma Sakamoto and Takashi Yoshida)
1143
47 BxB Hulk, Cima and Jack Evans 1041
48Typhoon
(Cima, Ryo Saito and Susumu Yokosuka)
2240
49Kaettekita Veteran-gun
(Gamma, HUB and Magnitude Kishiwada)
1127
50Pos.Hearts
(BxB Hulk, Anthony W. Mori and Super Shisa)
1026
51Jimmyz
(Jimmy Kanda, Jimmy Susumu and Mr. Kyu Kyu/Naoki Tanizaki/Toyonaka Dolphin)
1124
52Team Toryumon
(Dragon Kid, Kenichiro Arai and Ryo Saito)
1021
53Oretachi Veteran-gun
(Dragon Kid, K-Ness and Masaaki Mochizuki)
1019
54Millennials
(Eita, Flamita and T-Hawk)
1017
55VerserK
(Cyber Kong, Shingo Takagi and T-Hawk )
1015
56Tozawajuku
(Kenichiro Arai, Taku Iwasa and Shinobu)
1014
57M2K
(Masaaki Mochizuki, Jimmy Susumu and K-Ness)
1011
58Deep Drunkers
(Kzy, Takuya Sugawara and Yasushi Kanda)
108
59Blood Generation
(Cima, Don Fujii and Naruki Doi)
116
Muscle Outlaw'z
(Naruki Doi, Gamma and Magnitude Kishiwada)
106
World-1 International
(Masato Yoshino, Naruki Doi and Shachihoko Boy)
106
62World-1
(Naoki Tanizaki, Naruki Doi and Pac)
104

By wrestler

Record tying thirteen-time champion, Genki Horiguchi. Ku Kou Yuan Qi 2016.jpg
Record tying thirteen-time champion, Genki Horiguchi.
RankWrestlerNo. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Yossino/Masato Yoshino 11221,283
2 Genki Horiguchi H.A.Gee.Mee!!/Genki Horiguchi 13181,158
3 Cima 1117910
4 Gamma/Strong Machine G 1319843
5 Cyber Kong/Takashi Yoshida 1013839
6 Naruki Doi 1319836
7 Don Fujii/Strong Machine F 718814
8 Ryo "Jimmy" Saito/Ryo Saito 1314762
9 Jimmy Susumu/Susumu Yokosuka 1012689
10 Jimmy Kanda/Yasushi Kanda 910686
11 Kzy 612657
12 Masaaki Mochizuki 612632
13 Magnitude Kishiwada 57541
14 BxB Hulk 87511
15 Dragon Kid 812502
16 T-Hawk 58459
17 Shingo Takagi 66387
18 Mr. Kyu Kyu/Naoki Tanizaki/Toyonaka Dolphin 612384
19Strong Machine J24362
20 Akira Tozawa 27336
21 Kazma Sakamoto 36324
22 Yamato 56309
23 Ben-K 22308
24Dragon Dia †22292+
25Jason Lee †23221+
26 Pac 37210
27 Akebono 13203
28 K-Ness 33198
29 Big R Shimizu 24194
30 Ricochet 15140
31 Anthony W. Mori 22134
32 Kagetora/Jimmy Kagetora 23130
33 El Lindaman 11125
34 Milano Collection AT 12108
35 Eita 21107
36Shachihoko Boy21100
37 Diamante 2198
38 Rich Swann 1194
39U-T1190
40La Estrella †1187+
41 Taku Iwasa 2273
42Kento Kobune/SB KENTo1271
43 Takuya Sugawara 2270
44H.Y.O.1055
45 Jack Evans 1041
46 Kenichiro Arai 2035
47 HUB 1127
48 Super Shisa 1026
49 Flamita 1017
50 Shinobu 1014

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