Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship
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Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship
Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship
Details
PromotionDDT Pro-Wrestling
Current champion(s)Akari Suda
Date wonJuly 10, 2018

The Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship is a professional wrestling championship owned by the DDT Pro-Wrestling promotion. A comedic championship, it was created as a parody of WWE's Hardcore Championship, and follows the same 24/7 rules, meaning it is constantly being defended anywhere against anyone, even outside of matches, during unrelated matches, or outside a ring, as anyone can become champion by pinning or submitting the champion as long as a referee is there to confirm the win.[1][2] As such, not only is the championship winnable regardless of gender or number of individuals (in case of a common pinfall or submission), it is also available to "unconventional" champions, with past champions including children, animals, and inanimate objects. It has occasionally been won by other means, such as an auction for the belt, rock-paper-scissors, and even a title change that occurred in a dream.[1]

The title is typically defended during a 10-minutes battle royal, with the current holder not being allowed to leave the match until the end of the time limit; as per 24/7 rules, the championship can change hands during, and not only as the result, of the match. Unlike its name suggests, and unlike similarly titled championships, it is not specific to Iron Man matches.[1] The record for most reigns is held by Shinobu, who won it 216 times, including by trading the title back-and-forth with 215-times champion Yuko Miyamoto a total of 303 times on the same night. The 1,000th Ironman Heavymetalweight Champion was crowned on April 29, 2014, when the title belt itself became the champion by pinning Sanshiro Takagi.

Title history

Key
Symbol Meaning
No. The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event in which the championship changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known
-- Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
[Note #] Indicates that the exact length of the title reign is unknown, with a note providing more details.
  Indicates that there was a period where the lineage is undocumented due to the lack of written documentation in that time period.
No. Champions Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref(s)
1 Poison Sawada Black 1 June 29, 2000 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Created the belt and recognized himself as the first champion, three minutes before losing it. [1]
2 Mitsunobu Kikuzawa 1 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
3 Thunder 1 July 6, 2000 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
4 Poison Sawada Black 2 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
5 "Showa" 1 July 12, 2000 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
6 Rojo del Sol 1 July 26, 2000 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
7 Naoshi Sano 1 August 3, 2000 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
8 Rojo del Sol 2 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
9 Poison Sawada Black 3 August 4, 2000 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
-- Vacant - August 10, 2000 - N/A N/A Vacated after Black was ordered by the DDT commissioner to enter the tag team league. [1]
10 Taiyo Rojo 1 August 24, 2000 21 Tokyo, Japan Live event Defeated Pirate Wizard Viking to win the vacant title.  
11 Poison Sawada Black 4 September 14, 2000 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was a three-way match also involving Mitsunobu Kikuzawa.  
12 Hebikage 1 September 21, 2000 35 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
13 Chotaro Kamoi 1 October 26, 2000 32 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
14 Masakazu Nagase 1 November 27, 2000 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
15 Chotaro Kamoi 2 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
16 Masakazu Nagase 2 November 30, 2000 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, with "Showa" as Nagase's partner, and Mitsunobu Kikuzawa as Kamoi's.  
17 Issei Fujisawa 1 December 14, 2000 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 15-minutes falls count anywhere battle royal.
18 Toshiyuki Moriya 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
19 Chotaro Kamoi 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
20 Jigoku Soldier 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
21 Masakazu Nagase 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
22 Naoshi Sano 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
23 Toshiyuki Moriya 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
24 Shigero Kato 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
25 Fushicho Karasu 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
26 Jigoku Soldier 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
27 Misae-chan 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 15-minutes falls count anywhere battle royal; first woman to win the award.  
28 Issei Fujisawa 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 15-minutes falls count anywhere battle royal.  
29 Chotaro Kamoi 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
30 Shigero Kato 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
31 Fushicho Karasu 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
32 Misae-chan 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
33 Fushicho Karasu 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
34 Naoshi Sano 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
35 Misae-chan 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
36 Masakazu Nagase 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
37 Chotaro Kamoi 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
38 Naoshi Sano 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
39 Fushicho Karasu 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
40 Chotaro Kamoi 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
41 Issei Fujisawa 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
42 Toshiyuki Moriya 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
43 Jigoku Soldier 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
44 Toshiyuki Moriya 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
45 Chotaro Kamoi 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
46 Shark Tsuchiya 1 103 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
47 Chotaro Kamoi 8 March 27, 2001 33 Tokyo, Japan    
48 Hebider 1 April 29, 2001 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
49 Chotaro Kamoi 9 19 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
50 MMM 5 May 18, 2001 37 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was a 6-fold thread match also involving Fushicho Karasu, Hero!, Konicaman #2, and "Showa". MMM won the title as Toshiyuki Moriya, a Triple H parody, before reverting to his previous ring name.  
51 Kazumasa Nihei 1 June 24, 2001 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
52 Chotaro Kamoi 10 June 29, 2001 97 Tokyo, Japan Live event Nihei willingly gave the title to Kamoi.  
53 Asian Cooger 1 October 4, 2001 69 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
54 Hebikage 2 December 12, 2001 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
55 Asian Cougar 2 50 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
56 Sanshiro Takagi 1 January 31, 2002 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
57 Chocoball Mukai 1 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
58 Sanshiro Takagi 2 February 4, 2002 66 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
59 Futoshi Miwa 1 April 11, 2002 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
60 Sanshiro Takagi 3 April 18, 2002 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Miwa during a 6-man tag team match between the team of Miwa, Takashi Sasaki, and Tanomusaku Toba, and the team of Super Uchuu Power, Kintaro Kanemura, and Chocoball Mukai.  
61 Kintaro Kanemura 1 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
62 Sanshiro Takagi 4 April 25, 2002 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, with Takashi Sasaki as Takagi's partner, and Super Uchuu Power as Kanemura's.  
63 Futoshi Miwa 2 May 3, 2002 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
64 Issei Fujisawa 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
65 Bio-Monster DNA 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
66 Miyuki Maeda 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
67 Jakaibo Hebider 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Thunder.  
68 Sanshiro Takagi 5 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
69 Kintaro Kanemura 2 May 31, 2002 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was also for Takagi's KO-D Openweight Championship.  
70 Chocoball Mukai 2 June 6, 2002 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
71 Shouichi Ichimiya 1 June 13, 2002 74 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won the title as Gintaro Ichimiya, a parody of Kintaro Kanemura, before reverting to his previous ring name.  
72 Masashi Kakuta 1 August 26, 2002 <1 Chiba, Japan Live event First non-wrestler to win the award, and first title change to take place outside of Tokyo.  
73 Shouichi Ichimiya 2 12 Chiba, Japan Live event    
74 Kazuki Ohkubo 1 September 7, 2002 63 Tokyo, Japan Live event This took place during a mixed martial arts event.  
75 Takashi Echigo 1 November 9, 2002 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event This took place during a mixed martial arts event.  
76 Shouichi Ichimiya 3 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
77 The Great Mampuku 1 November 14, 2002 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event Character from a children TV show.  
78 AD Yamamoto 1 November 17, 2002 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Character from a children TV show.  
79 Shouichi Ichimiya 4 34 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
80 Kazumasa Nihei 2 December 21, 2002 <1 Kanagawa, Japan Live event Took place during a 24-hour marathon match.  
81 Shouichi Ichimiya 5 14 Kanagawa, Japan Live event  
82 Mikami 1 January 4, 2003 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
83 Sanshiro Takagi 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a royal rumble. Previously won the title as Shouichi Ichimiya.  
84 Seito Kaicho 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event President of a student association. Took place during a royal rumble.  
85 Yoshihiro Sakai 1 27 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a royal rumble.  
86 Ladder 1 January 31, 2003 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event First inanimate object to win the title; the ladder fell on Sakai during a match against Kyohei Mikami, with the referee counting the fall.  
87 Shouichi Ichimiya 7 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
88 Yoshihiro Sakai 2 February 28, 2003 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
89 "Showa" 80's 1 March 6, 2003 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
90 Yoshihiro Sakai 3 38 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
91 O.K. Revolution 1 April 13, 2003 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
92 Futoshi Miwa 3 April 24, 2003 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
93 Erika Yamakawa 1 April 26, 2003 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A fashion model.  
94 Brian Walters 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
95 Futoshi Miwa 4 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
96 O.K. Revolution 2 May 4, 2003 42 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
97 Hero! 1 June 15, 2003 39 Kanagawa, Japan Live event    
98 Shouichi Ichimiya 8 July 24, 2003 10 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, with Futoshi Miwa as Ichimiya's partner, and Kudo as Hero!'s.  
99 Sanshiro Takagi 6 August 3, 2003 56 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
100 Ladder 2 September 28, 2003 17 Tokyo, Japan Live event The ladder is considered to be the same as the previous ladder to win the title, therefore making it a two-time champion.  
-- Vacant - October 15, 2003 - Tokyo, Japan Live event The ladder "forfeit" the title after being "encouraged" to by DDT president.  
101 Takashi Sasaki 1 October 15, 2003 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was a 6-fold thread match also involving Super Uchuu Power, Yoshihiro Sakai, O.K. Revolution, and Shuji Ishikawa.  
102 Danshoku Dino 1 October 26, 2003 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
103 O.K. Revolution 3 November 23, 2003 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
104 Kent 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
105 Gudo 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
106 Seiya Morohashi 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
107 Gudo 2 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
108 Danshoku Dino 2 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
109 Kazumasa Nihei 3 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
110 Kent 2 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
111 Seiya Morohashi 2 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
112 O.K. Revolution 4 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
113 Futoshi Miwa 5 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
114 Gudo 3 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
115 Danshoku Dino 3 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
116 Gudo 4 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
117 Futoshi Miwa 6 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
118 O.K. Revolution 5 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
119 Danshoku Dino 4 7 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
120 Issei Fujisawa 5 November 30, 2003 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event    
121 Riki Senshu 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event    
122 Para-Para Kuma-san 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
123 Yuusuke Inokuma 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
124 Macho Bump 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
125 Danshoku Dino 5 17 Osaka, Japan Live event  
126 O.K. Revolution 6 12 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
127 Danshoku Dino 6 December 29, 2003 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
128 Nikolai Gotchanski 1 January 12, 2004 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
129 "Showa" 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
130 Para-Para Kuma-san 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
131 Futoshi Miwa 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
132 Naomi Susan 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
133 Danshoku Dino 7 30 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
134 Poison Julie Sawada 5 February 11, 2004 14 Yokohama, Japan Live event This was a 4-way match also involving Sanshiro Takagi and Shouichi Ichimiya, which was also for Ichimiya's KO-D Openweight Championship. Sawada previously won the title as Poison Sawada Black.  
135 Yuusuke Inokuma 2 February 25, 2004 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
136 Seiya Morohashi 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
137 Yuusuke Inokuma 3 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
138 Seiya Morohashi 4 February 29, 2004 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event    
139 Yuusuke Inokuma 4 7 Osaka, Japan Live event    
140 Keisuke Masuda 1 March 7, 2004 <1 Chiba, Japan Live event    
141 Yuusuke Inokuma 5 7 Chiba, Japan Live event    
142 Mikami 2 March 14, 2004 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
143 Ted Tanabe 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
144 Yuusuke Inokuma 6 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
145 Danshoku Dino 8 March 20, 2004 71 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
146 Yuusuke Inokuma 7 May 30, 2004 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
147 Danshoku Dino 9 N/A Tokyo, Japan Live event The date of Dino's title loss is unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.  
148 Yuusuke Inokuma 8 2004 N/A live event The dates of Inokuma's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.  
149 Danshoku Dino 10 2004 N/A live event The date of Dino's title win is unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.  
150 Kenshin 1 July 1, 2004 13 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
151 Shouichi Ichimiya 9 July 14, 2004 17 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, where Daichi Kakimoto was Ichimiya's partner and Kota Ibushi was Kenshin's.  
152 Shimon Nagao 1 July 31, 2004 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event 3-year old picked from the audience.  
153 Shouichi Ichimiya 10 July 31, 2004 61 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
154 Gorgeous Matsuno 1 September 30, 2004 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 10-minute battle royal.  
155 Koichiro Kimura 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
156 Riki Senshu 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
157 Gentaro 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
158 Shouichi Ichimiya 11 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
159 Gorgeous Matsuno 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
160 Koichiro Kimura 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
161 Muscle Sakai 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
162 Gentaro 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
163 Shouichi Ichimiya 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
164 Takeshi Aida 1 17 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
165 Shouichi Ichimiya 13 October 17, 2004 31 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
166 Danshoku Dino 11 November 17, 2004 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
167 Shouichi Ichimiya 14 November 19, 2004 1 Kanagawa, Japan Live event    
168 Taxi driver 1 November 20, 2004 <1 Shizuoka, Japan Live event An actual taxi driver.  
169 Danshoku Dino 12 4 Shizuoka, Japan Live event    
170 Shouichi Ichimiya 15 November 24, 2004 31 Aichi, Japan Live event    
171 Yatchan 1 December 25, 2004 62 Tokyo, Japan Live event A monkey; first animal to win the title.  
172 Riki Senshu 3 February 25, 2005 30 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won a 5-participant battle royal for the title.  
173 Kenshin 2 March 27, 2005 38 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
174 Futoshi Miwa 8 May 4, 2005 25 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
175 Shouichi Ichimiya 16 May 29, 2005 31 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 6-man tag team match between the team of Miwa, Sanshiro Takagi, and Riki Senshu, and the team of Sanwa, Seiya Morohashi, and Tanomusaku Toba.  
176 Gorgeous Matsuno 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
177 The Bloody 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
178 Yuki Miyazaki 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
179 MARU 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
180 Toshie Uematsu 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
181 Yumi Ohka 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
182 Keiko Saito 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
183 Cherry 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
184 Yuki Miyazaki 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
185 Gorgeous Matsuno 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
186 Cherry 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
187 Yuki Miyazaki 3 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
188 Chiharu 1 July 3, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Miyazaki in front of dressing room.  
189 Yuki Miyazaki 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Chiharu in a dressing room.  
190 Chiharu 2 21 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Miyazaki in a dressing room.  
191 Yuki Miyazaki 5 July 24, 2005 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a trip to Yakeyama Springs Inn.  
192 Yuka Nakamura 1 July 30, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pins Miyazaki at a bus stop.  
193 Tanny Mouse 1 <1 Niigata, Japan Live event Pins Nakamura in a women's room at a service area of a toll way.  
194 A chef 1 <1 Niigata, Japan Live event The chief chef of the Yakeyama Springs. Won the title by pinning Mouse in a party room.  
195 Haruka Matsuo 1 <1 Niigata, Japan Live event Defeats the chef with a sleeper on a stiarway at Yakeyama Springs Inn.  
196 Yuki Miyazaki 6 1 Niigata, Japan Live event Pins Matsuo in Matsuo's guest room at Yakeyama Springs Inn as Matsuo tries to sleep.  
197 Etsuko Mita 1 July 31, 2005 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pins Miyazaki in front of the bus after they get out from it.  
198 Tanny Mouse 2 August 7, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
199 Kaori Yoneyama 1 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
-- Vacant - August 7, 2005 - N/A N/A The 199th champion, Yoneyama immediately vacated the title because the number 199 is "not a good number to call". [1]
200 Tanny Mouse 3 August 21, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Last eliminated Chiharu in a 10-people battle royal to win the vacant title.  
201 Hana Kimura 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
202 Kyoko Kimura 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
203 Yuka Nakamura 2 48 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
204 DJ Nira 1 October 8, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was a three-way match also involving Tanny Mouse.  
205 Yuki Miyazaki 7 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
206 Yuka Nakamura 3 November 5, 2005 22 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
207 Tanny Mouse 4 November 27, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
208 Bullfight Sora 1 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
209 DJ Nira 2 December 11, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
210 Yuki Miyazaki 8 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
211 Kyoko Inoue 1 December 25, 2005 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, where Etsuko Mita was Inoue's partner and Yoshiko Tamura was Miyazaki's.  
212 Bullfight Sora 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
213 Kyoko Inoue 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
214 Toshie Uematsu 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
215 Fang Suzuki 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
216 Chiharu 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
217 Kitty-chan 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal. A Hello Kitty doll. Took place during a battle royal.  
218 Mah-kun 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A stuffed doll. Took place during a battle royal.  
219 Bullfight Sora 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
220 Yuki Miyazaki 9 21 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
221 Misae Genki 4 January 15, 2006 20 Yokohama, Japan Live event    
222 Aika 1 February 4, 2006 49 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
223 Mai Ichii 1 March 25, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
224 Emi Sakura 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
225 Aika 2 35 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
226 Hikari 1 April 29, 2006 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
227 Misae Genki 5 May 5, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
228 Tetsuhiro Kuroda 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
229 Uematsu Papa 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
230 Tetsuya Koda 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
231 Emi Sakura 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
232 Hinata 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
233 Kinoko 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
234 Miki Ishii 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
235 Hikari 2 31 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
236 Natsuki?Head 1 June 5, 2006 9 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
237 Mecha Mummy 1 June 14, 2006 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
238 Mecha Stanley 5 June 18, 2006 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Mecha Mummy during a tag team match.  
239 Masahiro Mekanashi 1 June 25, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
240 Natsuki?Head 2 June 25, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
241 Mikami 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
242 Daichi Kakimoto 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
243 Mango Fukuda 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
244 Sanshiro Takagi 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
245 Mikami 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
246 Masahiro Mekanashi 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
247 Mecha Mummy 2 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
248 The MAC 1 June 30, 2006 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
249 Seiya Morohashi 5 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
250 Yukinori Matsui 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
251 Bull Armor TAKUYA 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
252 Mecha Mummy 3 2 Osaka, Japan Live event  
253 Francisco Togo 1 July 2, 2006 <1 Matsue, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
254 Antonio Honda 1 <1 Matsue, Japan Live event  
255 Mecha Mummy 4 7 Matsue, Japan Live event  
256 The MAC 2 July 9, 2006 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event    
257 Poco Takanashi 3 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal. Previously won the title as Masahiro Mekanashi.  
258 296 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
259 Tanomusaku Toba 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
260 Mori Bernard 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
261 Mecha Mummy 5 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
262 Tanomusaku Toba 2 14 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
263 The MAC 3 July 23, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
264 Daichi Kakimoto 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
265 Bear Fukuda (Mango Fukuda) 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
266 Seiya Morohashi 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
267 Poco Takanashi 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
268 Mecha Matsuno 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
269 Mecha Mummy 6 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
270 Antonio Honda 2 August 20, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
271 Madman Pondo 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
272 J.C. Bailey 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
273 2 Tough Tony 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
274 Super Stanley 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
275 Guts Ishijima 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
276 Choun Shiryu 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
277 Poison Julie Sawada 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
278 Mecha Mummy 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
279 The Crazy SKB 1 70 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
280 Ikeda Seijin 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
281 A television cameraman 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
282 Poa Poa 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event    
283 Leonard Dodeka Kuma 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.  
284 World's PK 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
285 Jushin Satsugai Liger 6 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
286 Lingerie Mutoh 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
287 Naoshi Sano 6 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
288 Jushin Satsugai Liger 2 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
289 Nasty Black Panther 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
290 Dokaben 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
291 Naoshi Sano 7 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
292 Ankoku Sherman Monolith 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
293 President Ramu 1 October 29, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
-- Vacant -- October 29, 2006 -- N/A N/A Ramu, a member of the "666" group, vacated the title in order to have the 666th from the "666" group.  
294 Shinobu 1 2006 N/A Japan Live event Defeated Yuko Miyamoto to win the vacant title. The dates of Miyamoto's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.  
295 Yuko Miyamoto 1 2006 N/A Japan Live event The dates of Miyamoto's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.  
Shinobu/Miyamoto - 2006 N/A Japan Live event During a live show, Shinobu and Miyamoto traded the championship with each other 303 times, which is the record for most title changes on the same night. The date of the event is unknown. Those title changes are not listed to reduce the size of the article.
598 Yuko Miyamoto 152 2006 N/A Japan Live event 303rd and final title change between Shinobu and Miyamoto. The dates of Miyamoto's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.  
599 Shinobu 152 2006 N/A Japan Live event The dates of Shinobu's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
600 Sayoko Mita 1 2006 N/A Japan Live event A female newscaster of a cable station. The date of Mita's title win is unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
601 Shinobu 153 December 16, 2006 N/A Tokyo, Japan Live event The date of Shinobu's title loss is unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
Shinobu / Miyamoto - December 2006 N/A Japan Live events During a live show, Shinobu and Miyamoto traded the title 60 times in short order via rock-paper-scissors. The date of the event is unknown.
661 Yuko Miyamoto 214 December 2006 N/A Japan Live event The dates of Miyamoto's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
662 Shinobu 215 December 2006 N/A Japan Live event The dates of Shinobu's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
663 Yuko Miyamoto 215 December 2006 N/A Japan Live event The dates of Miyamoto's title win and loss are unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
664 Shinobu 216 December 2006 N/A Japan Live event The dates of Miyamoto's title loss is unknown; as such, the length of the reign is also unknown.
665 Mecha Mummy Gold 1 December 23, 2006 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
666 The Crazy SKB 2 29 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
667 Naoshi Sano 9 January 21, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event SKB put the title on an auction, which is won by Sano.
668 Sempai 1 49 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won the title in a battle royal in which he last eliminated Sano.
669 Naoshi Sano 10 March 11, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
670 Yuki Miyazaki 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
671 Naoshi Sano 11 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
672 Yuki Miyazaki 11 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
673 Naoshi Sano 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
674 Yuki Miyazaki 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
675 Naoshi Sano 13 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
676 Fushicho Karasu 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
677 Yuki Miyazaki 13 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
678 Taneichi Kacho 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
679 Naoshi Sano 14 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
680 Kikutaro 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Mitsunobu Kikuzawa.
681 Yuki Miyazaki 14 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
682 Kikutaro 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
683 Naomi Susan 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
684 Kikutaro 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
685 Taneichi Kacho 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
686 Naoshi Sano 15 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
687 Fushicho Karasu 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
688 Yuki Miyazaki 15 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
689 Exciting Yoshida 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
690 Kikutaro 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
691 Taneichi Kacho 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
692 Exciting Yoshida 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
693 Ladder 3 21 Tokyo, Japan Live event The ladder is considered to be the same as the previous ladders to win the title, therefore making it a three-time champion.
694 Cocolo 1 April 1, 2007 45 Tokyo, Japan Live event A miniature dachshund dog.
695 Megumi Grace Asano 1 May 16, 2007 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event A referee.
696 Yuusuke Inokuma 9 May 23, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
697 Gorgeous Matsuno 6 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won the title by pinning Inokuma in a 3-on-1 handicap match, in which Danshoku Dino and Muscle Sakai were Inokuma's parners.
698 Kenshin 3 May 26, 2007 <1 Japan Live event  
699 Antonio Koinoki 1 <1 Japan Live event  
700 Gorgeous Matsuno 7 8 Japan Live event  
701 A baseball bat 1 June 3, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
702 Kazuhiko Ogasawara 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
703 Hoshitango 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
704 Naoshi Sano 16 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
705 Naoki Tanizaki 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
706 Yuusuke Inokuma 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
707 Kazuhiko Ogasawara 2 63 Tokyo, Japan Live event
708 Naoshi Sano 17 August 5, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
709 Hoshitango 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
710 Kazuhiko Ogasawara 3 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event
711 Sanshiro Takagi 17 August 11, 2007 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Shouichi Ichimiya.
712 Leonard Takatsu 1 September 8, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
713 Reiji Azuma 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event An elementary school boy.
714 Shouichi Ichimiya 18 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
715 Airi Ueda, Shiori Takahashi, and Minami Tanabe 1 September 16, 2007 10 Tokyo, Japan Live event Three elementary school girls, who pinned Ichimiya together to become co-champions. First time the title was held by several people at once.
716 Shouichi Ichimiya 19 September 26, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
717 Ken Kataya 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
718 726 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
719 Kazuhiko Ogasawara 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
720 Tarzan Gito 20 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Shoichi Ichimiya and Sanshiro Takagi.
721 Ken Kataya 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
722 726 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
723 Guts Ishijima 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
724 Kazuhiko Ogasawara 5 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event 3
725 Nao Saejima 1 October 7, 2007 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event Not a wrestler; An AV idol.
726 KAWANO 1 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event  
727 Takashi Niwada 1 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event  
728 Karate Mummy 1 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event  
729 Akihiro 1 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event A sex doll.
730 Nao Saejima 2 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event  
731 Kazuhiko Ogasawara 6 74 Fukuoka, Japan Live event  
732 Naoshi Sano 18 December 20, 2007 10 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
733 Ken Ohka 7 December 30, 2007 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as O.K. Revolution.
734 Sanshiro Takagi 7 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
735 Kota Ibushi 1 December 31, 2007 6 Japan Live event  
736 Tanomusaku Toba 3 January 6, 2008 28 Osaka, Japan Live event  
737 Kota Ibushi 2 February 3, 2008 35 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
738 Danshoku Dino 13 March 9, 2008 20 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
739 Yasu Urano 1 March 29, 2008 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
740 Gentaro 3 April 9, 2008 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
741 Danshoku Dino 14 April 11, 2008 25 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
742 Kudo 1 May 6, 2008 36 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
743 Gorgeous Matsuno 8 June 11, 2008 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
744 Mikami 5 June 15, 2008 6 Osaka, Japan Live event  
745 Michael Nakazawa 1 June 21, 2008 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
746 HIDEX 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
747 Chiririn (a chicken doll) 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
748 Izumi 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
749 Mika 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
750 Mikami 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
751 Rei Takagi 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
752 Pink Tiger 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
753 Heppoko Chojin 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
754 Mikami 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
755 Shoppana Yanagiya 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
756 Mikami 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
757 Michael Nakazawa 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
758 Mikami 9 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event
759 Norikazu Fujioka 1 June 25, 2008 <1 Unknown Live event
760 Michael Nakazawa 3 11 Unknown Live event
761 Arnold Skeskejanaker 1 July 6, 2008 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
762 Muscle Sakai 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
763 Michael Nakazawa 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
764 Arnold Skeskejanaker 2 30 Tokyo, Japan Live event
765 Mikami 10 August 5, 2008 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
766 Arnold Skeskejanaker 3 222 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
767 Albret Neklenburg 1 March 15, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
768 Bullfight Sora 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
769 Hironosuke Izumii 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
770 Arnold Skeskejanaker 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
771 Bullfight Sora 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
772 Cherry 3 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
773 Tanny Mouse 5 March 22, 2009 <1 Warabi, Saitama, Japan Live event  
774 Chii Tomiya 1 <1 Warabi, Saitama, Japan Live event  
775 Cherry 4 3 Warabi, Saitama, Japan Live event  
776 Bullfight Sora 6 March 25, 2009 10 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
777 Moeka Haruhi 1 April 4, 2009 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
778 Bullfight Sora 7 April 15, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
779 Cherry 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
780 Toshie Uematsu 2 9 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
781 Pro Wrestling Wave poster 1 April 24, 2009 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event An advertisement poster.
782 Bullfight Sora 8 April 28, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
783 Kasai-shi 1 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Stuffed doll of Jun Kasai.
784 Takako Inoue 1 April 29, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
785 Apple Miyuki 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
786 Kasai-shi 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
787 Jaki Numazawa 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
788 Toshie Uematsu 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
789 Cherry 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
790 Bullfight Sora 9 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event
791 Danshoku Dino 15 May 5, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was a three-way match also involving Kyoko Kimura.
792 Kasai-shi 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
793 Aja Kong 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
794 Kasai-shi 4 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
795 Yuuki 1 May 8, 2009 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
796 Yuichi 1 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
797 Satoru 1 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
798 Yuichi 2 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
799 Yuuki 2 33 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
800 Big Japan Pro Wrestling ring truck 1 June 10, 2009 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
801 Satoru 2 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
802 Ohashi Dynamite 1 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
803 Benkei Daikokubo 1 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
804 Yuichi 3 <1 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
805 Bullfight Sora 10 10 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
806 A desk at Shin-Kiba 1st Ring 1 June 20, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
807 Cherry 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
808 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
809 KAORU 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
810 Bullfight Sora 11 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
811 Danshoku Dino 16 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
812 Michael Nakazawa 5 June 28, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
813 Yoshiaki Yago 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
814 Yoshihiko 1 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A sex doll with male make-up, billed as the brother of previous champion and fellow sex doll Akihiro.
815 A desk 1 June 29, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
816 A dish 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
817 Rice 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
818 Mitsuboshi curry 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A dish of roux.
819 Excellent Mince Cutlet 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A dish of pork cutlet.
820 Yuusuke Inokuma 11 27 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
821 Guts-seijin 1 July 26, 2009 9 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
822 Yuusuke Inokuma 12 August 4, 2009 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
823 Yoshihiko 2 August 9, 2009 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
824 Toru Owashi 1 August 23, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
825 Sumo Yoshihiko 3 63 Tokyo, Japan Live event
826 Kota Ibushi 3 October 25, 2009 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
827 Yoshihiko 4 October 25, 2009 77 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
828 Munenori Sawa 3 January 10, 2010 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
829 Tanomusaku Toba 4 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
830 Shigehiro Irie 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
831 Hikaru Sato 1 41 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
832 Michael Nakazawa 6 February 20, 2010 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
833 Kazuki Hirata 1 February 28, 2010 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
834 Keisuke Ishii 1 March 14, 2010 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
835 Munenori Sawa 4 March 21, 2010 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
836 Masa Takanashi 5 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Masahiro Mekanashi and Poco Takanashi.
837 Danshoku Dino 17 March 27, 2010 25 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
838 Yukihiro Abe 1 April 21, 2010 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Championship changes take place during a 10-min 3-way title match.
839 Yasu Urano 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
840 Yukihiro Abe 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
841 Danshoku Dino 18 45 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
842 Masa Takanashi 6 June 5, 2010 333 Tokyo, Japan Live event  The longest individual reign
843 Keisuke Ishii 2 May 4, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
844 Masa Takanashi 7 42 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
845 Emi Sakura 3 June 15, 2011 <1 Warabi, Japan Live event  
846 Remi Nagano 1 <1 Warabi, Japan Live event  
847 Hikari Minami 3 <1 Warabi, Japan Live event  
848 Emi Sakura 4 <1 Warabi, Japan Live event  
849 Masa Takanashi 8 3 Warabi, Japan Live event  
850 Keisuke Ishii 3 June 18, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
851 Ken Ohka 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
852 Masa Takanashi 9 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
853 Keisuke Ishii 4 June 19, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
854 Masa Takanashi 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
855 SeXXXy Eddy 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
856 Keisuke Ishii 5 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
857 Jado 1 June 26, 2011 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
858 Danshoku Dino 19 4 Osaka, Japan Live event  
859 Masa Takanashi 11 June 30, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Championship changes take place during a 7-team gauntlet match.
860 Yasu Urano 3 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event
861 Antonio Honda 3 July 3, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
862 Daisuke Sasaki 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
863 Antonio Honda 4 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
864 Daisuke Sasaki 2 July 10, 2011 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
865 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
866 Ultraman Robin 1 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event Won the title by pinning Kikuchi in a tag team match.
867 Tsuyoshi Kikuchi 2 <1 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
868 Antonio Honda 5 11 Nagoya, Japan Live event  
869 Daisuke Sasaki 3 July 21, 2011 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
870 Antonio Honda 6 July 24, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was a 15-man Ironman Royal Rumble, which Sasaki won by last eliminating Sasaki.
871 Gorgeous Matsuno 9 July 24, 2011 35 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
872 Michael Nakazawa 7 August 28, 2011 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
873 Yasu Urano 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
874 Gorgeous Matsuno 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
875 DJ Nira 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
876 Michael Nakazawa 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
877 Gorgeous Matsuno 11 91 Tokyo, Japan Live event2
878 Shigehiro Irie 2 November 27, 2011 32 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, where Keisuke Ishi was Irie's partner and Poison Julie Sawada was Matsuno's.
879 Kanjyuro Matsuyama 1 December 29, 2011 1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
880 Tigers Mask 1 December 30, 2011 1 Osaka, Japan Live event This was a 3-way match also involving Naoki Setoguchi.
881 Takoyakida 1 December 31, 2011 2 Osaka, Japan Live event  
882 Ebessan (III) 1 January 2, 2012 3 Osaka, Japan Live event  
883 Apple Miyuki 2 January 5, 2012 2 Osaka, Japan Live event  
884 Kuishinbo Kamen 1 January 7, 2012 1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
885 Black Buffalo 1 January 8, 2012 4 Osaka, Japan Live event This was a 3-way match also involving Billyken Kid.
886 Miyuki Matsuyama 3 January 12, 2012 49 Osaka, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, where Kanjyuro Matsuyama was Matsuyama's partner and Tigers Mask was Buffalo's.
887 Ebessan (III) 2 March 1, 2012 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event This was a 3-way match also involving Miracle Man.
888 Kanjyuro Matsuyama 2 1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
889 Tigers Mask 2 March 2, 2012 2 Osaka, Japan Live event This was a 3-way match also involving Atsushi Kotoge.
890 Miyawaki 1 March 4, 2012 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
891 Antonio Honda 7 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event Took place during a 10-minutes Iron Man match.
892 Miyawaki 2 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
893 Antonio Honda 8 7 Osaka, Japan Live event  
894 Poison Julie Sawada 6 March 11, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
895 Michael Nakazawa 9 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
896 Kana 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
897 Antonio Honda 9 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
898 Kana 2 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event
899 Michael Nakazawa 10 April 8, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during an 10-minutes ironman battle royal.
900 Kana 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
901 Keita Yano 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
902 Kana 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
903 Michael Nakazawa 11 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
904 Kana 5 22 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
905 Ayumi Kurihara 1 April 30, 2012 34 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
906 Hiroshi Fukuda 1 June 3, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
907 Hoshitango 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
908 Michael Nakazawa 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
909 Ayumi Kurihara 2 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
910 Mio Shirai 1 June 8, 2012 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
911 Hiroyo Matsumoto 1 June 10, 2012 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
912 Tsukasa Fujimoto 1 June 13, 2012 10 Saitama, Japan Live event  
913 Tsukushi 1 June 23, 2012 <1 Warabi, Saitama, Japan Live event  
914 Ringside mat at Ice Ribbon dojo 1 <1 Warabi, Saitama, Japan Live event  
915 Tsukasa Fujimoto 2 1 Warabi, Saitama, Japan Live event  
916 Hiroshi Fukuda 2 June 24, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
917 Tanomusaku Toba 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
918 Tsukasa Fujimoto 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
919 Choun Shiryu 1 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event
920 DJ Nira 4 June 30, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
921 Choun Shiryu 2 12 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
922 Yuki Sato 1 July 12, 2012 7 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
923 Dick Togo 2 July 19, 2012 1 Bolivia Live event First title change to take place outside of Japan.
924 Ajayu 1 July 20, 2012 2 Bolivia Live event  
925 Yuki Sato 1 July 22, 2012 <1 Bolivia Live event  
926 A Bolivian boy 1 <1 Bolivia Live event  
927 Dick Togo 3 2 Bolivia Live event  
928 Yuki Sato 2 July 24, 2012 5 Bolivia Live event  
929 Choun Shiryu 3 July 29, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
930 Hiroshi Fukuda 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
931 Akito 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
932 Choun Shiryu 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
933 Yuki Sato 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
934 Hiroshi Fukuda 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
935 Gorgeous Matsuno 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
936 Makoto Oishi 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, with Kudo as Oishi's partner, and DJ Nira as Matsuno's.
937 Hiroshi Fukuda 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
938 Gorgeous Matsuno 13 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
939 Mio Shirai 2 July 30, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Matsuno in a 4-way tag team match, also involving Ryo Mizunami as Shirai's partner, Rion Mizuki as Matsuno's, and the teams of Saoshi Sano and Batten Tamagawa, and Go Shiofuki and Kinteki Sakuragaoka.
940 Gentaro 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
941 Michael Mamezawa 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
942 Hiroshi Fukuda 6 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
943 Gota Ihashi 1 July 31, 2012 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
944 Hiroshi Fukuda 7 August 1, 2012 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
945 Rikiya Shindo 1 August 2, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
946 Hiroshi Fukuda 8 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
947 Yakitori 1 August 3, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
948 Ryuichi Sekine 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
949 Beer 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
950 Gota Ihashi 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
951 Hiroshi Fukuda 9 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
952 Konosuke Takeshita 1 August 4, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
953 Hiroshi Fukuda 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
954 DJ Nira 5 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
955 Hiroshi Fukuda 11 August 9, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
956 Chair 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
957 Hiroshi Fukuda 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
958 Cherry 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
959 DJ Nira 6 9 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
960 E.YOSHIHIKO 5 August 18, 2012 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
961 Yoshiaki Fujiwara 1 138 Tokyo, Japan Live event
962 E.YOSHIHIKO 6 January 3, 2013 171 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
963 Gorgeous Matsuno 14 June 23, 2013 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 9-man 10-minutes battle royal.
964 Masa Takanashi 12 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
965 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
966 Soma Takao 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
967 Mikami 11 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
968 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
969 Michael Nakazawa 13 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
970 Yoshihiko 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
971 DJ Nira 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
972 "K?my?" 1 56 Tokyo, Japan Live event A calligraphy by singer and actor Akihiro Miwa. Took place during a 9-man 10-minutes battle royal.
973 DJ Nira 8 August 18, 2013 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
974 Akihiro 2 42 Tokyo, Japan Live event
975 Kudo 2 September 29, 2013 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Akihiro during a battle royal.
976 Danshoku Dino 20 October 13, 2013 7 Sapporo, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, with Makoto Oishi as Dino's partner and Harashima as Kudo's.
977 Harashima 2 October 20, 2013 56 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was also for Harashima's KO-D Openweight Championship. Harashima previously won the title as Hero!
978 Yukio Sakaguchi 1 December 15, 2013 8 Fukuoka, Japan Live event Took place during a tag team match, with Mokoto Oishi as Dino's partner and Harashima as Kudo's. Sakaguchi won by referee stoppage.
979 Harashima 3 December 23, 2013 21 Tokyo, Japan Live event This was also for Harashima's KO-D Openweight Championship.
980 Masa Takanashi 13 January 13, 2014 13 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
981 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 3 January 26, 2014 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
982 Guanchulo 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
983 Gota Ihashi 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
984 Kazuki Hirata 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
985 Michael Nakazawa 14 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
986 Hoshitango 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
987 Yasu Urano 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
988 Masa Takanashi 14 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
989 Yasu Urano 6 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event
990 Emi Sakura 5 February 23, 2014 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
991 DJ Nira 9 <1 Tokyo Live event
992 Akito 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
993 Daichi Kakimoto 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
994 Kazuki Hirata 3 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event
995 Daisuke Sasaki 4 March 9, 2014 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
996 DJ Nira 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
997 Makoto Oishi 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
998 Kazuki Hirata 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
999 Sanshiro Takagi 8 51 Tokyo, Japan Live event
1000 Ironman title belt 1 April 29, 2014 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Takagi attempted to retire the championship, but was knocked out by Poison Sawada with the belt; as Takagi fell with the belt on his chest, the referee counted the pinfall, making the belt itself the champion.
1001 Jun Akiyama 1 18 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1002 Masao Inoue 1 May 17, 2014 <1 Kasukabe, Saitama, Japan Live event  
1003 Jun Akiyama 2 8 Kasukabe, Saitama, Japan Live event  
1004 Masao Inoue 2 May 25, 2014 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Pinned Akiyama during a 6-man battle royal.
1005 Jun Akiyama 3 4 Chiba, Japan Live event  
1006 Akihiro 3 May 29, 2014 80 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1007 DJ Nira 11 August 17, 2014 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
1008 Gorgeous Matsuno 15 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
1009 LiLiCo 1 128 Tokyo, Japan Live event 1
1010 Yoshihiko 6 December 23, 2014 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1011 Saki Akai 1 January 3, 2015 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 6-man tag team match, with Masa Takanashi and D.J. Nira as Akai's partners, and Antonio Honda and Soma Takao as Yoshihiko's.
1012 Aja Kong 2 43 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1013 Yusuke Kubo 1 February 15, 2015 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event
1014 Syunma Katsumata 1 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
1015 Hikaru Sato 2 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event
1016 Soma Takao 2 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1017 Zeus 1 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1018 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 4 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1019 Makoto Oishi 3 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1020 Aja Kong 3 254 Saitama, Japan Live event
1021 Cherry 9 October 27, 2015 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1022 Fairy Nipponbashi 1 October 30, 2015 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1023 Moeka Haruhi 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1024 Cherry 10 9 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1025 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 5 November 8, 2015 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
1026 Cherry 11 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1027 Toru Owashi 2 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1028 Ladybeard 1 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1029 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 6 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1030 Cherry 12 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1031 Toru Owashi 3 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1032 Ladybeard 2 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1033 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 7 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1034 Cherry 13 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1035 Tomomitsu Matsunaga 8 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1036 Toru Owashi 4 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1037 Ladybeard 3 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1038 Cherry 14 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event
1039 Makoto Oishi 4 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event  
1040 Suguru Miyatake 1 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event  
1041 Kazuki Hirata 5 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event  
1042 Makoto Oishi 5 <1 Kasukabe, Japan Live event  
1043 Cherry 15 10 Kasukabe, Japan Live event  
1044 Oishi|Makoto Oishi 6 November 18, 2015 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1045 Toru Owashi 5 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1046 Kazuki Hirata 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1047 Masa Takanashi 15 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1048 Suguru Miyatake 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1049 Syunma Katsumata 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1050 Cherry 16 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1051 Gota Ihashi 4 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1052 Gota Ihashi's tights 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1053 Cherry 17 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1054 Asako Galápagos Akita 1 November 19, 2015 <1 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Sports offices Editor for the Tokyo Sports newspaper.
1055 Cherry 18 9 Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Sports offices  
1056 Kikutaro 6 November 28, 2015 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
1057 Syunma Katsumata 3 November 28, 2015 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1058 Kazuki Hirata 7 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1059 Toru Owashi 6 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1060 Yoshihiko 7 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1061 Suguru Miyatake 3 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1062 Gota Ihashi 5 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1063 Gota Ihashi's underwear 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1064 Cherry 18 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event
1065 Saki Akai 2 15 Osaka, Japan Live event
1066 Cherry 19 December 13, 2015 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event Took place during a battle royal.
1067 Makoto Oishi 7 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event
1068 Ventvert Jack 1 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event
1069 Hiroshi Fukuda 13 <1 Fukuoka, Japan Live event
1070 Saki Akai 3 21 Fukuoka, Japan Live event
1071 LiLiCo 2 January 3, 2016 112 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1072 Saki Akai 4 April 24, 2016 27 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1073 Joey Ryan 1 May 21, 2016 22 Kasukabe, Japan Live event  
1074 Rey Mysterio Jr. 1 June 12, 2016 <1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [3]
1075 Joey Ryan 2 5 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [4]
1076 Chuck Taylor 1 June 17, 2016 <1 Des Moines, IA, United States Live event   [5]
1077 Scott Hall 1 <1 Des Moines, IA, United States Live event   [5]
1078 Colt Cabana 1 <1 Des Moines, IA, United States Live event Won the title by forfeit after tricking Scott Hall into saying "I give up" off a sheet of paper. [6]
1079 Joey Ryan 3 3 Des Moines, IA, United States Live event   [7]
1080 Kikutaro 7 June 20, 2016 <1 Los Angeles, CA, United States Live event   [8]
1081 Laura James 1 1 Los Angeles, CA, United States Live event   [9]
1082 Bunny 1 June 21, 2016 2 Los Angeles, CA, United States Live event A cat. [10]
1083 Ryan Nemeth 1 June 23, 2016 <1 Los Angeles, CA, United States Live event Won the title by trading it with Bunny for a cat treat. [11]
1084 Taya Valkyrie 1 2 Hollywood, CA, United States Live event   [12]
1085 John Morrison 1 June 25, 2016 <1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [13]
1086 Ricochet 1 1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [14]
1087 Brian Metz 1 June 26, 2016 <1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event Won by tricking Ricochet into signing a document giving the title to Metz. [15]
1088 Matt Striker 1 <1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [15]
1089 Cheerleader Melissa 1 <1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [16]
1090 Matt Cross 1 <1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [17]
1091 Brian Cage 1 1 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [18]
1092 Joey Ryan 4 June 27, 2016 2 Boyle Heights, CA, United States Live event   [19]
1093 Alacrana Plata #2 2 June 29, 2016 9 Venice, CA, United States Live event Previously won the title as Laura James. [20]
1094 Buggy Nova 1 July 8, 2016 <1 Corona, CA, United States Live event   [21]
1095 Joey Ryan 5 1 Corona, CA, United States Live event   [21]
1096 Scarlett Bordeaux 1 July 9, 2016 <1 Detroit, MI, United States Live event   [22]
1097 Rhyno 1 <1 Detroit, MI, United States Live event In a match defending the title against Rhino, Bordeaux forfeited the title in exchange for Rhyno's autograph. [23]
1098 Robbie E 1 <1 Detroit, MI, United States Live event This was a ladder match. [24]
1099 Joey Ryan 6 1 Detroit, MI, United States Live event Won the title by trading it with Robbie E for toilet paper. [25]
1100 Timothy Thatcher 1 July 10, 2016 <1 Oxnard, CA, United States Live event   [26]
1101 Drew Gulak 1 <1 Oxnard, CA, United States Live event   [27]
1102 Eli Drake 1 <1 Oxnard, CA, United States Live event   [28]
1103 Jervis Cottonbelly 1 <1 Oxnard, CA, United States Live event Won due to Drake asking Cottonbelly to stop tickling him, which the referee counted as a submission. [29]
1104 Joey Ryan 7 7 Oxnard, CA, United States Live event Won the title by trading it with Cottonbelly for the company of two women. [30]
1105 Brian Kendrick 1 July 17, 2016 <1 Moorpark, CA, United States Live event   [31]
1106 Joey Ryan 8 5 Moorpark, CA, United States Live event   [32]
1107 "Spider-Man" 1 July 22, 2016 <1 San Diego, CA, United States Live event A person cosplaying as Spider-Man. [32]
1108 The Addicition
(Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian)
1 <1 San Diego, CA, United States Live event Daniels and Kazarian pinned "Spider-Man" at the same time to become co-champions; First tag team to become co-champions. [33]
1109 Mike Kingston 1 <1 San Diego, CA, United States Live event   [34]
1110 Joey Ryan 9 <1 San Diego, CA, United States Live event   [35]
1111 Laura James 3 1 San Diego, CA, United States Live event   [36]
1112 Ron Funches 1 July 23, 2016 <1 San Diego, CA, United States Live event   [37]
1113 Joey Ryan 10 July 23, 2016 5 San Diego, CA, United States Live event   [38]
1114 Candice LeRae 1 July 28, 2016 3 "Inside Joey Ryan's head" N/A Pinned Joey Ryan in a dream; first title change to take place outside of reality. [39]
1115 Joey Ryan 11 July 31, 2016 <1 Providence, RI, United States Americana '16  
1116 Mia Yim 1 <1 Providence, RI, United States Americana '16  
1117 Suge D 1 <1 Providence, RI, United States Americana '16   [40]
1118 Tanya Cornell 1 <1 Providence, RI, United States Americana '16   [41]
1119 Kevin Quinn 1 <1 Providence, RI, United States Americana '16   [42]
1120 Johnny Cockstrong 1 <1 Providence, RI, United States Live event   [43]
1121 Joey Ryan 12 <1 Providence, RI, United States Live event   [44]
1122 Beyond Wrestling audience 1 <1 Providence, RI, United States Live event Ryan forfeited the title to the audience of show, thus recognizing it as champion. The reign is only credited to "Beyond Wrestling audience", and not to the respective names of the people in attendance. [45]
1123 Joey Ryan 13 1 Providence, RI, United States Live event   [45]
1124 Cerealman 1 August 1, 2016 3 Los Angeles, CA, United States Live event   [46]
1125 Joey Ryan 14 August 4, 2016 2 Los Angeles, CA, United States Live event   [47]
1126 Suge D 2 August 6, 2016 <1 LaSalle, IL, United States Live event   [48]
1127 Santino Marella 1 <1 LaSalle, IL, United States Live event   [48]
1128 Joey Ryan 15 1 LaSalle, IL, United States Live event   [48]
1129 Johnny Gargano 1 August 7, 2016 1 Miami, FL, United States Live event   [49]
1130 Zack Sabre Jr. 1 August 8, 2016 1 United States Live event   [50]
1131 Excalibur 1 August 9, 2016 1 United States Live event   [51]
1132 Rick Knox 1 August 10, 2016 <1 United States Live event   [52]
1133 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
1 1 United States Live event Pinned Rick Knox together to win the title. [52]
1134 Chris Hero 1 August 11, 2016 <1 United States Live event Boughts the title from The Young Bucks with their own money. [53]
1135 Veda Scott 1 <1 United States Live event Won the title by trading it with Hero for a new elbow technique. [54]
1136 Joey Ryan 16 1 United States Live event   [55]
1137 Chris Masters 1 August 12, 2016 <1 United States Live event   [56]
1138 Tommy Dreamer 1 <1 United States Live event This was a First Blood match. [57]
1139 Joey Ryan 17 3 United States Live event  
1140 Rocky Romero 1 August 15, 2016 <1 United States Live event   [58]
1141 Peter Avalon 1 <1 United States Live event  
1142 Marty Scurll 1 <1 United States Live event  
1143 Joey Ryan 18 <1 United States Live event  
1144 Rocky Romero 2 1 United States Live event  
1145 Jarek 1:20 1 August 16, 2016 1 United States Live event Won by forfeit after making Romero disappear in a magic trick. [59]
1146 Joey Ryan 19 August 17, 2016 1 United States Live event   [60]
1147 Vince McMahon's star 1 August 18, 2016 <1 Hollywood, CA, United States Live event Vince McMahon's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  
1148 Laura James 4 <1 Hollywood, CA, United States Live event  
1149 Judas Draven 1 <1 United States Live event  
1150 Joey Ryan 20 1 United States Live event  
1151 X-Pac 1 August 19, 2016 <1 San Francisco, CA, United States Live event  
1152 MVP 1 <1 San Francisco, CA, United States Live event  
1153 Joey Ryan 21 1 San Francisco, CA, United States Live event  
1154 Bill Hanstock 1 August 20, 2016 <1 North Hollywood, CA, United States Live event  
1155 Brandon Stroud 1 <1 North Hollywood, CA, United States Live event  
1156 Joey Ryan 22 6 North Hollywood, CA, United States Live event  
1157 Guanchulo 2 August 26, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1158 Toru Owashi 7 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1159 Kazuki Hirata 8 August 27, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1160 Rei Takagi 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1161 Joey Ryan 23 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1162 Toru Owashi 8 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1163 Yakitori 2 August 28, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1164 Cherry 20 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1165 Keisuke Ishii 6 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1166 Yoshihiko 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1167 Toru Owashi 9 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1168 Joey Ryan 24 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1169 Yakitori 3 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1170 Ryota Yamasato 1 86 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1171 Ano 1 November 22, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1172 Risa Azuma 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1173 Ryota Sakai 1 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1174 Kazuki Hirata 9 November 23, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1175 TV Tokyo camera crane 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1176 Ryota Yamasato 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1177 Hiroshige 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1178 Takuro Sepa 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1179 RN: Konyamoanokodenuitarou 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A printed email.
1180 Kazuki Hirata 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1181 Gota Ihashi 6 <1 Japan Live event  
1182 Toru Owashi 10 <1 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event  
1183 Kazuki Hirata 11 <1 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event  
1184 Nobuhiro Shimatani 1 <1 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event  
1185 Gota Ihashi 7 <1 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event  
1186 Masahiro Takanashi 16 <1 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event
1187 Kazuki Hirata 12 <1 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event  
1188 Toru Owashi 11 7 Kawaguchi, Japan Live event  
1189 Masahiro Takanashi 17 November 30, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1190 Soto Utashiro 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1191 Mataro 1 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1192 Miki Motoi 1 December 2, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1193 Toru Owashi 12 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1194 Masahiro Takanashi 18 December 4, 2016 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1195 Guanchulo 3 <1 Shizuoka, Japan Live event  
1196 Bus 1 <1 Shizuoka, Japan Live event Guanchulo got stuck on the door of the bus and submitted.
1197 Nobuhiro Shimatani 2 <1 Shiga, Japan Live event Shimatani twisted the bus' windshield wiper and was told to stop by the bus driver, which the referee counted as submission.
1198 Akira Aoki 1 <1 Shiga, Japan Live event The driver of the bus.
1199 Toru Owashi 13 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1200 Pork bun 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1201 Mad Paulie 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1202 Dai Suzuki 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1203 Toru Owashi 14 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1204 Kuishinbo Kamen 2 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1205 Kikutaro 8 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1206 Kotatsu 1 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1207 Hyota Echizenya 1 62 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1208 Kotatsu 2 February 4, 2017 44 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1209 Guanchulo 4 March 20, 2017 <1 Saitama Japan Live event  
1210 Yoshihiko 9 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1211 Kotatsu 3 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1212 Joey Ryan 25 <1 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1213 Danshoku Dino 21 6 Saitama, Japan Live event  
1214 Joey Ryan 26 March 26, 2017 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1215 Danshoku Dino 22 <1 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1216 Joey Ryan 27 4 Osaka, Japan Live event  
1217 Brandi Rhodes 1 March 30, 2017 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1218 Pat Buck 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1219 Joey Ryan 28 1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1220 Matt Striker 2 March 31, 2017 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1221 Joey Ryan 29 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1222 Swoggle 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1223 Joey Ryan 30 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1224 The Sandman 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event   [61]
1225 Swoggle 2 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1226 Joey Ryan 31 1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1227 Jack the Jobber 1 April 1, 2017 <1 Orlando, FL, United States WCPW's State of Emergency Pinned Ryan whilst he was in the middle of a match with Primate. [62]
1228 Joey Ryan 32 <1 Orlando, FL, United States WCPW's State of Emergency  
1229 Joe Hendry 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States WCPW's State of Emergency  
1230 Trash bin 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States WCPW's State of Emergency Hendry threw the belt into the trash bin because he hated comedy wrestling, with the trash bin being recognized as champion.
1231 Jack the Jobber 2 <1 Orlando, FL, United States WCPW's State of Emergency Found the trash and pinned it backstage.
1232 Joey Ryan 33 <1 Orlando, FL, United States WCPW State of Emergency  
1233 Shayna Baszler 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1234 Eddie Kingston 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1235 Joey Ryan 34 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1236 Joey Janela 1 <1 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1237 The Invisible Man 1 6 Orlando, FL, United States Live event  
1238 Jon Murray 1 April 7, 2017 <1 Dayton, OH, United States Rockstar Pro Wrestling's Spring Break  
1239 Joey Ryan 35 21 Dayton, OH, United States Rockstar Pro Wrestling's Spring Break  
1240 Tommy Dreamer 2 April 28, 2017 <1 Canterbury, United Kingdom Fight! Nation UK Live event   [63]
1241 Robert Sharpe 1 <1 Canterbury, United Kingdom Fight! Nation UK Live event   [63]
1242 Joey Ryan 36 1 Canterbury, United Kingdom Fight! Nation UK Live event   [63]
1243 Nixon Newell 1 April 29, 2017 1 Bristol, United Kingdom Pro Wrestling Chaos Live event This was a 3-way match also involving Rick Riley. Riley's APW 24/7 Championship was also on the line, but as you could only win his title by pinning him, Newell only won the Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship. The match officially ended when Ryan pinned Riley to win his title. [64]
1244 Joey Ryan 37 April 30, 2017 <1 London, United Kingdom Live event  
1245 Nixon Newell 2 <1 London, United Kingdom IPW:UK event  
1246 Joey Ryan 38 <1 London, United Kingdom IPW: UK Meet & Greet  
1247 Giovanni Lombardo Jr. 1 <1 London, United Kingdom Live event   [65]
1248 Cuban Heat 1 <1 London, United Kingdom Live event   [65]
1249 Joey Ryan 39 7 London, United Kingdom Live event   [65]
1250 Sosa with the Cosa 1 May 7, 2017 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1251 Mike from the Front Row (Mikey Mickendrow) 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event Audience member. [66]
1252 Joey Ryan 40 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1253 Maxwell Jacob Friedman 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1254 Lio Rush 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1255 CPA 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1256 Pinkie Sanchez 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1257 Steven Pena 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1258 Matt Caraballo 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1259 Jimmy Lloyd 1 <1 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1260 Joey Ryan 41 18 Ridgefield Park, NJ Live event  
1261 Laura James 5 June 24, 2017 10 Austin, TX WrestleCircus' Dive Hard With a Vengeance Won by pinning Ryan in the first fall of a four-way three-fall match also involving Tessa Blanchard and Jordan Len-X, which was also for Ryan's WrestleCircus Sideshow Championship and Pro Wrestling Revolver Scramble Championship. Blanchard won the WrestleCircus Sideshow Championship with the second pinfall, and Len-X won the Pro Wrestling Revolver Scramble Championship with the third. [67]
1262 Joey Ryan 42 July 4, 2017 3 Baldwin Park, CA Bar Wrestling 2: Independents Day   [68]
1263 Daisuke Sasaki 5 July 7, 2017 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event   [69]
1264 Joey Ryan 43 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event   [69]
1265 Maho Kurone 1 July 15, 2017 11 Yokohama, Japan Live event  
1266 Miyu Yamashita 1 July 26, 2017 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1267 Marika Kobashi 1 July 30, 2017 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1268 Cherry 21 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1269 Tetsuya Koda 2 August 5, 2017 15 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1270 Nodoka Onesan 1 August 20, 2017 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1271 Mizuki 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1272 Yuu 1 35 Tokyo, Japan Live event   [70]
1273 Disposable Chopsticks 1 September 24, 2017 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event A pair of chopsticks.
1274 Royce Isaacs 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1275 Antonio Honda 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1276 Yoshihiko 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1277 Kazuki Hirata 13 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1278 Yuni 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1279 Makoto Oishi 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1280 Yuu 2 60 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1281 Miyu Yamashita 2 November 23, 2017 31 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1282 Ichiko Hirata 14 December 24, 2017 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Kazuki Hirata.
1283 Diego 5 6 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Guanchulo.
1284 Dick Togo 4 December 30, 2017 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event
1285 Colt Cabana 2 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event
1286 Super Sasadango Machine 3 January 3, 2018 38 Tokyo, Japan Live event Previously won the title as Muscle Sakai.
1287 Abe Wakichi 1 February 10, 2018 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1288 Super Sasadango Machine 4 February 11, 2018 12 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1289 Kaede 1 February 23, 2018 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Member of the J-pop group Negicco.
1290 Super Sasadango Machine 5 March 2, 2018 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1291 MAO 1 March 10, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1292 Sanshiro Takagi 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1293 Makoto Oishi 9 1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1294 Kazuki Hirata 14 March 11, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1295 Yuni 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1296 Makoto Oishi 10 3 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1297 Aja Kong 2 March 14, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event   [71]
1298 Super Sasadango Machine 6 39 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1299 Kazuki Hirata 15 April 22, 2018 <1 Nagano, Japan Live event   [72]
1300 Super Sasadango Machine 7 7 Nagano, Japan Live event  
1301 Nobuhiro Shimatani 2 April 29, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event   [73]
1302 Saki Akai 5 9 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1303 Nobuhiro Shimatani 4 May 8, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1304 Saki Akai 6 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1305 Nobuhiro Shimatani 5 May 22, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won in a gauntlet match
1306 Stuhl 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won in a gauntlet match
1307 Antonio Honda 10 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won in a gauntlet match
1308 Maki Ito 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1309 Makoto Oishi 11 5 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1310 Yuni 1 May 27, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1311 Saki Akai 7 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1312 Makoto Oishi 12 2 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1313 Yoshihiko 11 May 29, 2018 14 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1314 Makoto Oishi 13 June 12, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Won in a gauntlet match
1315 Nobuhiru Shimatani 6 4 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1316 Kenshin Chikano 1 June 16, 2018 <1 Hiroshima, Japan Live event Won in a 6-man Tag Team Match teaming with Naomi Yoshimura & Tsuyoshi Okada to face Shimatani & Mike Bailey & MAO and pinned Shimatani.
1317 Tsuyoshi Okada 1 <1 Hiroshima, Japan Live event  
1318 Makoto Oishi 13 8 Hiroshima, Japan Live event  
1319 KUDO 3 June 24, 2018 8 Tokyo, Japan Live event Teamed with Yukio Sakaguchi & Masahiro Takanashi to face Oishi & Danshoku Dino & Super Sasadango Machine and pins Oishi.
1320 Nobuhiro Shimatani 7 July 10, 2018 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1321 Saori Anou 1 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1322 Saki Akai 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1323 Nobuhiro Shimatani 8 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
1324 Konosuke Takeshita 2 <1 Tokyo, Japan Live event Took place during a 7-person royal rumble.
1325 Akari Suda 1 134+ Tokyo, Japan Live event Member of the teen idol group SKE48.

Notable champions

As of May 2018 there have been over 1,300 title changes for the belt, which has been won by numerous male and female wrestlers and non-wrestlers, including children, animals, entire audiences and inanimate objects.

Animals

  • Yatchan - A monkey
  • Cocolo - A miniature Dachshund dog.
  • Bunny - A cat

Inanimate objects

  • Ladder - a steel ladder. Would fall on the champion and a pinfall was counted. Ladder successfully defended the title by not being pinned during the time limit battle royal matches. Ladder was a three-time champion and the first inanimate object to win the title.
  • Kitty-Chan - a stuffed 'Hello Kitty' doll
  • Mah-Kun - another stuffed doll, who defeated 'Kitty-Chan' for the belt
  • A baseball bat - lost the belt after being broken in half as a 'KO' decision
  • Chiririn - a chicken doll
  • Mr. Kasai - a stuffed Jun Kasai doll. Mr. Kasai has won the belt twice.
  • A Pro Wrestling Wave poster.
  • Big Japan Pro Wrestling ring truck.
  • Ice Ribbon ringside mat.
  • A pint of beer.
  • A stick of yakitori.
  • A steel chair.
  • "K?my?", a painting by Akihiro Miwa.
  • The title belt itself.
  • Akihiro, another inflatable 'love doll'. Made its debut on August 18, 2013.
  • Yoshihiko - An inflatable 'love doll' and the supposed brother of Akihiro. Wrestlers treat it as if it actually was an active wrestler, and actually sell moves "done" by him/her, mostly high flying moves. For some moves, like outside dives, Yoshihiko is helped by one or more assistants, who throw him out of the ring, pull his foot on the ropes, etc. Opposing wrestlers make like those assistants are not there and are part of Yoshihiko. The original Yoshihiko was "killed" by an Antonio Honda knee drop, which caused its head to burst open, and was replaced by a second Yoshihiko, who was also a 'love doll', only modified to resemble the Great Muta. The second Yoshihiko was killed by Kenny Omega by a giant swing that sent Yoshihiko out of the ring, thus splitting his head open and revealing cotton stuffing. Later on in that match however, a third Yoshihiko came out resembling The Undertaker's old American Bad Ass gimmick, even using the same theme music. Following that match, the third Yoshihiko was shot to death by Antonio Honda. A fourth Yoshihiko, resembling Hulk Hogan, debuted shortly afterwards.
  • Vince McMahon's Hollywood Walk of Fame star
  • A bus
  • TV Tokyo camera crane
  • Pork bun
  • A kotatsu table
  • A trash bin
  • Pair of chopsticks
  • RN: Konyamoanokodenuitarou - A printed E-mail

Non-existent

  • Arnold Skeskejanaker - An "invisible wrestler" i.e. non-existent. Opponents sell moves of a wrestler who isn't there, and the title is held by nothing and no-one but the wrestlers and referees act as if they can see and pin the "invisible wrestler". Muscle Sakai "won" the title from this "invisible wrestler" by using a "ray gun" and "infrared visor" to shoot the "invisible wrestler", winning the belt on a KO decision.
  • The Invisible Man - Another "invisible wrestler"

Collective champions

Reigns

Top 5 number of reigns

  • Shinobu: 216
  • Yuko Miyamoto: 215
  • Joey Ryan: 43
  • Danshoku Dino: 22
  • Cherry: 21

Top 5 longest reigns

  • Masa Takanashi: 333 days
  • Aja Kong: 254 days
  • Arnold Skeskejanaker: 222 days
  • Yoshihiko: 171 days
  • Yoshiaki Fujiwara: 138 days

See also

References

General
  • "Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". Wrestling-Titles.com. Retrieved .
Specific
  1. ^ a b c d e f "Iron Man Heavymetalweight Championship". Dramatic DDT.
  2. ^ "Ironman Heavymetalweight Title (Japan)". Wrestling-Title.
  3. ^ "Rey Mysterio Jr pins Joey Ryan to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 13 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Joey Ryan pins Rey Mysterio Jr to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 15 June 2016.
  5. ^ a b "Scott Hall beats Chuck Taylor who beat Joey Ryan (and Colt Cabana) to win the DDT Pro Ironman Title". YouTube. 19 June 2016.
  6. ^ "Colt Cabana beats Scott Hall by submission to win DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 20 June 2016.
  7. ^ "Joey Ryan pins Colt Cabana to win the DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 21 June 2016.
  8. ^ "Kikutaro pins Joey Ryan to win the DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". 22 June 2016.
  9. ^ "Laura James pins Kikutaro to win the DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Championship". YouTube. 23 June 2016.
  10. ^ {{cite web|url=http://www.popflock.com/video?id=IUFYSWh2RqE%7Ctitle=Bunny the cat pins Laura James to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title|date=24 June 2016|publisher=YouTube}
  11. ^ "Ryan Nemeth beats Bunny by forfeit to win the DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 26 June 2016.
  12. ^ "Taya pins Ryan Nemeth to win the DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 27 June 2016.
  13. ^ "John Morrison (Mundo) pins Taya to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 28 June 2016.
  14. ^ "Ricochet pins John Morrison (Mundo) to win the DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 29 June 2016.
  15. ^ a b "Matt Striker pins Brian Metz who beat Ricochet by forfeit to win DDT Pro Ironman (24/7 Rule) Title". 30 June 2016 – via YouTube.
  16. ^ "Cheerleader Melissa pins Matt Striker to win the DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". 1 July 2016 – via YouTube.
  17. ^ "Matt Cross beats Cheerleader Melissa by tap out to win DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7) Title". 2 July 2016 – via YouTube.
  18. ^ "Brian Cage beats Matt Cross by submission to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". 3 July 2016 – via YouTube.
  19. ^ "Joey Ryan pins Brian Cage to win the DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 5 July 2016.
  20. ^ "Laura James pins Joey Ryan to win the DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 6 July 2016.
  21. ^ a b "Joey Ryan pins Buggy Nova who pinned Laura James to win the DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 9 July 2016.
  22. ^ "Scarlett Bordeaux pins Joey Ryan to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". YouTube. 10 July 2016.
  23. ^ "Rhyno defeats Scarlett Bordeaux by forfeit to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 11 July 2016.
  24. ^ "Robbie E beats Rhyno in a ladder match to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 12 July 2016.
  25. ^ "Joey Ryan beats Robbie E by forfeit to win the DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 13 July 2016.
  26. ^ "Timothy Thatcher beats Joey Ryan by submission to win the DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 14 July 2016.
  27. ^ "Drew Gulak pins Timothy Thatcher to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 15 July 2016.
  28. ^ "Eli Drake pins Drew Gulak to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 16 July 2016.
  29. ^ "Jervis Cottonbelly beats Eli Drake by submission to win DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight Title". YouTube. 17 July 2016.
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  41. ^ "Tanya (Camera Woman) pins Suge D to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". 1 August 2016.
  42. ^ "Ref Kevin Quinn beats Tanya by submission to win DDT Pro Ironman Heavymetalweight (24/7 Rule) Title". 1 August 2016.
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