From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Hisaharu Tanabe
10/70-St. Louis, MO
10/23/70-Los Angeles, CA
11/20/70-Los Angeles, CA
12/04/70-Los Angeles, CA
5.John Tolos 
NWA ruled Tolos was the victim of a fast count and returned the title to Tolos after Mendoza had defended it for two months.
03/26/71-Los Angeles, CA
Vacant when Inoki expelled from JWA on
Defeated Sailor Thomas in tournament final.
02/11/72-Los Angeles, CA
10.Seiji Sakaguchi 
03/08/73-Sano, Tochigi, JAPAN
Defeated the American representative Jack Brisco after defeating the last title holder Akihisa Takachiho to be the Japanese representative.
Jumbo Tsuruta 
16.Jumbo Tsuruta 
17.Abdullah the Butcher
18.Jumbo Tsuruta  81/01/22/80-Nirasaki, JAPAN
20.Jumbo Tsuruta 
Tsuruta vacated the title while on tour in Dallas, TX to concentrate on winning the International title from Bruiser Brody.
Won 12-man tournament held across the US, winning the final by forfeit over Jerry Lawler.
23.David Von Erich
Von Erich died before Japanese tour
Defeated Rick Steamboat;
Tenryu gave up the belt after being pinned by Yoshiaki Yatsu in a match for the International tag team title.
25.Gen'ichiro Tenryu 
Defeated Ted DiBiase; also wins PWF title from Stan Hansen on 88/03/09 in Yokohama.
Wins both PWF and UN titles.
27.Jumbo Tsuruta 
Reigning International Heavyweight champion, defeated Hansen to unify the Pacific Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Title and the NWA United National Title with the NWA International Heavyweight Title to become the first unified All Japan Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion
Defeated Ryoji Sai for the vacant title.
Defeated Robby Heart
ZERO1 leaves NWA in 10/2011 but continues to recognize its own "NWA" champions.
32.Shito Ueda 
36.ZEUS (Kensho Obayashi)
41.Hartley Jackson 
Defeated Buffa* and KAMIKAZE in 3-way match.
Guiness vacated to concentrate on winning the Junior Heavyweight Double Crown.
Defeated Hartley Jackson.
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