Wave Tag Team Championship

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Wave Tag Team Championship
Mio Shirai 2015.JPG
Mio Shirai holding one of the Wave Tag Team Championship belts in August 2015
Details
Promotion Pro Wrestling Wave
Date establishedAugust 28, 2011 [1]
Current champion(s)Sakura Hirota and Yuki Miyazaki
Date wonDecember 29, 2018 [2]

The Wave Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team championship owned by the Pro Wrestling Wave promotion. The title is nicknamed "Dual Shock Wave". [6] The championship was first announced on August 28, 2011, at Wave's fourth anniversary event, [1] and the first champions were crowned on October 30, when kanAyu (Ayumi Kurihara and Kana) defeated Uematsu☆Ran (Ran Yu-Yu and Toshie Uematsu) to win the Dual Shock Wave 2011 tournament and become the inaugural champions. [3] From 2009 to 2010, Wave had promoted matches for the TLW World Young Women's Tag Team Championship, but this was the first title officially created and owned by the promotion. [7] [8] Though primarily contested for by female wrestlers, one male team, Yankii Nichokenju (Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto), has also held the title. [9] [10]

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Tag team Team of multiple professional wrestlers

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Pro Wrestling Wave

Pro Wrestling Wave, is a women's professional wrestling, or Joshi Puroresu, promotion created in 2007 after the dissolution and closure of JDStar. The company was formed by Mikiko Futagami, or Gami, former JDStar wrestler Yumi Ohka, and former JDStar booker Tatsuya Takeshi, who assumed the role of President for the new company. The company has had a very slow growth and grassroots rise, and is one of the few women's promotions in Japan to do shows on weekdays.

Contents

Like most professional wrestling championships, the title is won as a result of a scripted match. There have been twenty-three reigns shared among twenty teams thirty different wrestlers. Sakura Hirota and Yuki Miyazaki are the current champions in their first reign as a team, while this is the second reign individually for Hirota and the thrid reign individually for Miyazaki.

Reigns

kanAyu (Ayumi Kurihara and Kana) were the first champions in the title's history. [3] Las Aventureras' (Ayako Hamada and Yuu Yamagata) third reign holds the record for the longest reign in the title's history at 282 days, while Yoko Hatanaka's (Gami and Tomoka Nakagawa) second reign holds the record for the shortest reign at 10 days. Shidarezakura's (Hikaru Shida and Yumi Ohka) only reign holds the record for the shortest reign, at 31 days. Las Aventureras holds the record for most reigns as a team, with three, while Ayako Hamada, Misaki Ohata, Tomoka Nakagawa and Yuu Yamagata share the record for most reigns individually, with three each. [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] Overall, there have been eighteen reigns shared among twenty-seven different wrestlers and eighteen teams. Boss To Mammy (Mio Momono and Yumi Ohka) are the current champions in their first reign as a team, while this is the third reign individually for Ohka.

Ayumi Kurihara Japanese professional wrestler

Ayumi Kurihara is a retired joshi puroresu wrestler.

Ayako Hamada Mexican professional wrestler

Ayako Valentina Hamada Villarreal is a Japanese-Mexican professional wrestler. During her 20-year career, Hamada wrestled for various promotions, including All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling, Gaea Japan and Pro Wrestling Wave in Japan, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide in Mexico and Shimmer Women Athletes and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) in the United States. She is the daughter of Gran Hamada, and the younger sister of Xóchitl Hamada.

Tomoka Nakagawa Japanese professional wrestler

Tomoka Nakagawa is a Japanese retired professional wrestler. After being trained by Taka Michinoku, she started her career in his Kaientai Dojo promotion in September 2004. After leaving Kaientai Dojo in 2007, Nakagawa briefly joined Ibuki, where she underwent further training under Mariko Yoshida, before becoming a freelancer and starting to work on the Japanese independent circuit for promotions such as Oz Academy and Pro Wrestling Wave. She also became a regular for American promotion Shimmer Women Athletes. Nakagawa was a decorated tag team wrestler, becoming a one-time FMW/WEW Hardcore Tag Team Champion, three-time Oz Academy Tag Team Champion, two-time Shimmer Tag Team Champions and a three-time Wave Tag Team Champion. As a singles wrestler, she held the Smash Diva Championship. After a ten-year career, Nakagawa announced her retirement from professional wrestling in June 2014. After a Japanese retirement match in December 2014, Nakagawa wrestled her final match in the United States on April 12, 2015.

Title history

Key
No.Overall reign number
ReignReign number for the specific champion
DaysNumber of days held
DefensesNumber of successful defenses
+Current reign is changing daily
No.ChampionChampionship changeReign statisticsNotesRef.
DateEventLocationReignDaysDefenses
1kanAyu
(Ayumi Kurihara and Kana)
October 30, 2011Like a Virgin Osaka, Japan 1983 [19] Kana and Kurihara defeated Ran YuYu and Toshie Uematsu in the finals of the Dual Shock Wave 2011 tournament to become the inaugural champions. [3]
2Uematsu☆Ran
(Ran YuYu and Toshie Uematsu)
February 5, 2012Osaka Rhapsody Vol. 14 Osaka, Japan 1851 [20] [19]
Vacated April 30, 2012Virgin Shock: Catch the Wave 2012 Opener Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated when Toshie Uematsu retired from professional wrestling. [21]
3Yoko Hatanaka
(GAMI and Tomoka Nakagawa)
June 17, 2012Sunday Wave Vol. 10 Tokyo, Japan 11632 [22] [23] On April 30, 2012, GAMI and Nakagawa defeated Hanako Nakamori and Misaki Ohata to become the interim Wave Tag Team Champions. On June 17, they defeated Ayumi Kurihara and Kana to become the official Wave Tag Team Champions. [11] [21]
4Makkurokorosuke
(Misaki Ohata and Tsukasa Fujimoto)
November 27, 2012The Virgin Mary: Reina de Reinas 2012 Tokyo, Japan 11453 [24] [12]
5Triple Tails
(Kana (2) and Mio Shirai)
April 21, 2013Sapporo Wave Na-Ma-Re Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan 1851 [25] [24]
6Shidarezakura
(Hikaru Shida and Yumi Ohka)
July 15, 2013Catch the Wave 2013 Finals Tokyo, Japan 1310 [13] [25]
7Yoko Hatanaka
(GAMI and Tomoka Nakagawa)
August 15, 2013Summer Fiesta Tokyo, Japan 2100 [26] [13]
8Classic Gals
(Cherry and Shuu Shibutani)
August 25, 2013Sunday Wave Vol. 16 Tokyo, Japan 1660 [14] [26]
9Las Aventureras
(Ayako Hamada and Yuu Yamagata)
October 30, 2013Virginity Tokyo, Japan 12704 [9] [14]
10Yankii Nichokenju
(Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto)
July 27, 2014Catch the Wave 2014 Finale Tokyo, Japan 1280 [27] Males [9]
11Sakuragohan
(Mika Iida and Sakura Hirota)
August 24, 2014Happy Anniversary Wave: Seven Tokyo, Japan 1522 [17] This was a three-way match, also involving Las Aventureras (Ayako Hamada and Yuu Yamagata). [27]
12Revolucion Amandla
(Kyoko Kimura and Tomoka Nakagawa (3))
October 15, 2014Weekday Wave vol–80 Tokyo, Japan 1140 [15] This was the finals of the 2014 Dual Shock Wave Tournament. [17]
13Las Aventureras
(Ayako Hamada and Yuu Yamagata)
October 29, 2014Virgin Cord Tokyo, Japan 21373 [16] [15]
14Plus Minus 2015
(Mio Shirai (2) and Misaki Ohata (2))
March 15, 2015Virgin Killer Tokyo, Japan 11892 [28] [16]
Vacated September 20, 2015M.I.O Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated when Mio Shirai retired from professional wrestling. [29]
15Las Aventureras
(Ayako Hamada and Yuu Yamagata)
October 30, 2015RT 10–Happy Halloween Wave Tokyo, Japan 32823 [30] Hamada and Yamagata defeated Haru☆kura (Kayoko Haruyama and Tsubasa Kuragaki) in the finals of the 2015 Dual Shock Wave tournament to win the vacant championship. [18]
16Avid Rival
(Misaki Ohata (3) and Ryo Mizunami)
August 7, 2016Sunday Wave Vol. 30: Ma.Ku.A.Ke Tokyo, Japan 11742 [31] [30]
17Over Sun
(Yuki Miyazaki and Yumi Ohka (2))
January 28, 2017Saturday Night Fever January Tokyo, Japan 11554 [32] [31]
18Gokigen BBA
(Cherry (2) and Kaori Yoneyama)
July 2, 2017Be Exciting! Tokyo, Japan 1410 [33] [32]
19Big Rice Field
(Hiroe Nagahama and Kaho Kobayashi)
August 12, 201710th Anniversary ~Never Ending Story~ Tokyo, Japan 1361 [34] [33]
20New-Tra
(Rin Kadokura and Takumi Iroha)
September 17, 2017New Chapter Tokyo, Japan 11321This was the finals of the 2017 Dual Shock Wave Tournament. [34]
Vacated January 27, 2018 Tokyo, Japan The championship was vacated when Takumi Iroha suffered an injury. [35]
21 Nagisa Nozaki and Yuki Miyazaki (2)February 12, 2018Valentine WAVE Tokyo, Japan 11884Miyazaki and Nozaki defeated Hiroe Nagahama and Moeka Haruhi to win the vacant championship. [36]
22Boss To Mammy
(Mio Momono and Yumi Ohka (3))
August 19, 2018Anivarsario Tokyo, Japan 11324 [37] [38]
23Sakura Hirota(2) and Yuki Miyazaki (3)December 29, 2018Phase 1 Final ~Kick Out~ - Misaki Ohata Retirement ~Beautifully Bloom~ Tokyo, Japan 1297+3 [2]

Combined reigns

Tomoka Nakagawa, record three-time Wave Tag Team Champion Tomoka Nakagawa.jpg
Tomoka Nakagawa, record three-time Wave Tag Team Champion

As of October22, 2019

Indicates the current champions

By team

RankTeamNo. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1Las Aventureras
(Ayako Hamada and Yuu Yamagata)
310689
2Sakura Hirota and Yuki Miyazaki †13297+
3Plus Minus 2015
(Mio Shirai and Misaki Ohata)
12189
4 Nagisa Nozaki and Yuki Miyazaki14188
5Avid Rival
(Misaki Ohata and Ryo Mizunami)
12174
6Yoko Hatanaka
(GAMI and Tomoka Nakagawa)
22173
7Over Sun
(Yuki Miyazaki and Yumi Ohka)
14155
8Makkurokorosuke
(Misaki Ohata and Tsukasa Fujimoto)
13145
9Boss To Mammy
(Mio Momono and Yumi Ohka)
14132
New-Tra
(Rin Kadokura and Takumi Iroha)
11132
11kanAyu
(Ayumi Kurihara and Kana)
1398
12Triple Tails
(Kana and Mio Shirai)
1185
Uematsu☆Ran
(Ran YuYu and Toshie Uematsu)
1185
14Classic Gals
(Cherry and Shuu Shibutani)
1066
15Sakuragohan
(Mika Iida and Sakura Hirota)
1252
16Gokigen BBA
(Cherry and Kaori Yoneyama)
1041
17Big Rice Field
(Hiroe Nagahama and Kaho Kobayashi)
1136
18Shidarezakura
(Hikaru Shida and Yumi Ohka)
1031
19Yankii Nichokenju
(Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto)
1028
20Revolucion Amandla
(Kyoko Kimura and Tomoka Nakagawa)
1014

By wrestler

RankWrestlerNo. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Ayako Hamada 310689
Yuu Yamagata310689
3Yuki Miyazaki311640+
4 Misaki Ohata 37508
5Sakura Hirota25349+
6Yuki Miyazaki28343
7 Yumi Ohka 38318
8 Mio Shirai 23274
9 Nagisa Nozaki 14188
10 Tomoka Nakagawa 32187
11 Kana 24183
12Ryo Mizunami12174
13GAMI22173
14 Tsukasa Fujimoto 13145
15Mio Momono14132
Rin Kadokura11132
Takumi Iroha 11132
18Cherry20107
19 Ayumi Kurihara 1398
20 Ran YuYu 1185
Toshie Uematsu 1185
22 Shuu Shibutani 1066
23Mika Iida1252
24 Kaori Yoneyama 1041
25Hiroe Nagahama1136
Kaho Kobayashi 1136
27 Hikaru Shida 1031
28 Isami Kodaka 1028
Yuko Miyamoto 1028
30 Kyoko Kimura 1014

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