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Latest revision as of 19:56, 27 February 2016

History of Championship

Created in Mexico, but solely defended in Japan and was retired when JWP closed in 1992. This title is largely unknown in Mexico.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
decision match for first championship?
1 Ninja Yamazaki Neftali 1989.02.25 Arena Xochimilco
unification match with JWP Women's Junior Championship
? Mayumi Ozaki 1989.05.29 ?
three woman tournament for vacant title
2 Plum Mariko Cutie Suzuki & Mayumi Ozaki 1989.09.15 Tokyo
3 Rumi Kazama Plum Mariko 1990.01.10 Yokohama, Japan
Kazama vacates title on 1990.01.23
tournament for vacant championship
4 Plum Mariko [2] Cutie Suzuki 1990.06.16 Shimozuma, Japan
Mariko vacates title around 1990.06
tournament for vacant championship
5 Mayumi Ozaki [2] The Scorpion 1990.07.19 ?
6 The Scorpion Mayumi Ozaki 1991.03.17 Tokyo
7 Cutie Suzuki The Scorpion 1991.10.10 Tokyo
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

Gallery of Champions

Ninja Yamazaki, 1st Champion

Sources

Wrestling-Titles.com

Universal Wrestling Association Championships
Official: Heavy (Dr. Wagner Jr.)
Outlaw: Light (Kato Kung Lee Jr.), Junior Light Heavy (Diluvio Negro II)
Now in Japan: Welter, Middle, Junior Heavy, Tag, Trios,
Defunct: Feather, Light Heavy, Women, International Women, Women Junior, Women's Tag,
Associated: WWF Light Heavy