Compiled by Brian Westcott
1.Leonardo Spanky (Brian Kendrick)
06/29/2002-Sapporo, Japan (Sapporo Teisen Hall)
Spanky defeated Smelly to become the 1st Champion
2.Low-Ki (Brandon Silvestry)
09/16/2002-Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Differ Ariake)
08/31/2003-Gifu, Japan (Gifu Industrial Hall)
Title Vacant Vacates title to focus on defending his World-1 Junior Title
05/16/2004-Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Takaiwa defeated Tony Stradlin to win the vacant title
Zero-One Leaves the NWA
5.Super Crazy (Francisco Pantoja Islas)
12/18/2004-Chiba, Japan (Chiba Park Gymnasium)
04/14/2005-Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
02/26/2006-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
8.Tatsuhito Takaiwa 
Takaiwa Vacates on the same day.
9.Ikuto Hidaka 
Defeated Dick Togo for AWA World Title on 10/26/2007 in Tokyo; renamed International Title on 12/15/2007 after ZERO1-Max leaves AWA.
01/23/2008-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
11.Ikuto Hidaka 
06/26/2008-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
03/15/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
TITLE VACANT 11/29/2009
13.Ikuto Hidaka 
11/29/2009-Tokyo (Tokyo Korakuen Hall)
Defeated Prince Devitt in tournament final to win vacant title.
Also won New Wrestling Alliance World Junior Heavyweight Title, defeating Tsuyoshi Kikuchi on 03/02/2012 in Tokyo.
Defeated Mineo Fujita in the final of 15-man "Tenka-ichi Junior Heavyweight Tournament" to win both titles; Jonathan Gresham, the previous champion who agreed to award the titles to the tournament winner, lost in the 2nd round.
Won both titles from Jason Lee.
Won both title from Mineo Fujita.
20.Jason Lee 
Also won the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title
Won both titles
Isami Kodaka vacates the title in 2018/10 due to injury.
Defeated HAYATA in the final of "Tenka-ichi Junior Heavyweight Tournament".
Defeated Kitamura Shoki in the final of Tenka-ichi Junior Heavyweight Tournament.
Copyright 2022 - Jump City Productions