AJPW Unified World Tag Team Championship

AJPW Unified World Tag Team Championship

The All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) Unified World Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling world tag team title in Japanese promotion All Japan Pro Wrestling. It was created on June 10, 1988 as a unification of two previous tag team titles in All Japan; the PWF Tag Team Championship, and the NWA International Tag Team Championship; when the PWF champions Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu defeated NWA champions The Road Warriors. As with the AJPW Triple Crown Heavyweight Championship, it is symbolized by four belts, two for each wrestler, representing the former PWF and NWA titles. It is currently the top of two tag team titles in AJPW, along with the secondary AJPW All Asia Tag Team Championship. There have been a total of 46 recognized individual champions and 42 recognized teams, who have had a combined 63 official reigns.


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