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UWA World Trios Championship
UWA Trios
Details
Current Champion(s) Manabu Soya, Nosawa Rongai and Ganseki Tanaka
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Date Won June 18, 2017
Promotion(s) Toryumon Japan
Toryumon Mexico
Toryumon X
El Dorado
Dramatic Dream Team
Osaka Pro Wrestling
Wrestle-1
Date Established May 18, 2001


The UWA World Trios Championship is a trios championship created by the Mexican Universal Wrestling Association and defended there until the UWA closed in 1995. After the UWA's closing, the title was inactive for many years before being recycled as trios belts for the Toryumon Japan promotion.

The titles fell back into disrepair due to Ultimo Dragon leaving Toryumon and taking the name with him, causing the then-Toryumon workers to create Dragon Gate, where they created new belts for the new company. After leaving Toryumon Japan, the titles ended up in the hands of its descendant promotion El Dorado and the Mexico based Toryumon Gym. Neither group promoted shows on a regular basis, which produced two unsuccessful attempts to relaunch the championship.

In 2007, El Dorado revived the title again. In 2008 El Dorado Wrestling folded and the title moved to Dramatic Dream Team. On August 30, 2015 Wrestle-1 announced it was going to reviving the titles On October 9 Jackets (Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue) defeated new Wild order (Akira, Jun Kasai and Kumagoro) to revive the titles.

Title HistoryEdit

# Team Reign Date Location Length Notes
1 Crazy MAX
(CIMA, SUWA and Big Fuji)
1 May 18, 2001 51 Days Mexico City, Mexico Defeated Apolo Dantés, Valentin Mayo and Negro Navarro after the title was revived by Toryumon Japan.
2 M2K
(Darkness Dragon, Yasushi Kanda and Susumu Mochizuki)
1 July 8, 2001 11 Days Tokyo, Japan
3 Crazy MAX
(CIMA, SUWA and Big Fuji)
2 July 19, 2001 26 Days Kagoshima, Kagoshima, Japan
4 Dragon Kid, Magnum TOKYO and Ryo Saito 1 August 14, 2001 75 Days Tokyo, Japan Defeated Crazy MAX and M2K (Darkness Dragon, Yasushi Kanda and Masaaki Mochizuki) in a three-way match.
5 M2K

(Darkness Dragon (2), Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Mochizuki (2))

1 October 28, 2001 72 Days Tokyo, Japan
6 Crazy MAX
(CIMA (3), Big Fuji (3) and TARU)
1 January 8, 2002 243 Days Tokyo, Japan
7 The Italian Connection
(Milano Collection AT, YOSSINO and "brother" YASSINI)
1 September 8, 2002 80 Days Tokyo, Japan
8 Crazy MAX
(CIMA (4) SUWA (2) and Big Fuji (4))
3 November 27, 2002 170 Days Tokyo, Japan
9 Do FIXER
(Genki Horiguchi, Ryo Saito (2) and Susumu Yokosuka (3))
1 May 16, 2003 44 Days Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
10 Shin M2K
(Keni'chiro Arai, Dragon Kid (2) and Masaaki Mochizuki (3))
1 June 29, 2003 62 Days Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
11 The Italian Connection

(Milano Collection AT (2), Condotti Shuji and YOSSINO (2))

1 August 30, 2003 20 Days Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shin M2K (Kenichiro Arai, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki), Crazy MAX and Do FIXER (Genki Horiguchi, Magnum TOKYO and Susumu Yokosuka) in a four-way match.
Vacated September 19, 2003 Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Championship vacated when the team split up.
12 Hagure Gundam/Aagan Iisou
(Toru Owashi, Condotti Shuji (2) and "brother" YASSHI (2))
1 September 20, 2003 232 Days Kyoto, Japan Defeated The Italian Connection (Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO). During their reign they renamed the stable to Aagan Iisou.
13 Keni'chiro Arai (2), Dragon Kid (3) and Second Doi 1 May 9, 2004 28 Days Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan
Vacated June 6, 2004 Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Championship vacated after a match against Italian Connection (Milano Collection AT, Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO) ended in a no contest.
Abandoned July 4, 2004 Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Ultimo Dragon left Toryumon and took the promotion's name with him.
14 CTU
(Gedo, Jado and Katsushi Takemura)
1 September 9, 2004 Unknown Tokyo, Japan Defeated Sailor Boys (Taiji Ishimori, Shu Sato and Kei Sato).
Vacated 2005 N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons.
15 Los Salseros Japoneises
(Mango Fukuda, Pineapple Hanai and Takeshi Minamino)
1 May 14, 2005 385

Days

Mexico City, Mexico Defeated Solar I, Ultraman and Ultraman Jr.
16 STONED
(Maguro Ooma, Shu Sato and Kei Sato)
1 June 3, 2006 1 Day Tokyo, Japan
Vacated 2006 N/A Championship vacated for undocumented reasons.
17 Hell Demons
(Takuya Sugawara Brahman Shu (2) and Brahman Kei (2))
1 August 9, 2007 142

Days

Tokyo, Japan Defeated Animal Planets (KAGETORA, Hercules Oosenga and Toru Owashi).
Vacated December 29, 2007 Tokyo, Japan Championship vacated after the team split up at I Was Born to Love Treasure.
18 Animal Planets
(Nobutaka Araya, Toru Owashi (2) and Takuya Sugawara (2))
1 February 27, 2008 209

Days

Tokyo, Japan Defeated Hell Demons (Brahman Kei, Brahman Shu and Go).
Abandoned September 23, 2008 N/A When the titles are moved to Dramatic Dream Team.
19 The Italian Four Horseman
(Francis Togo, Piza Michinoku and Antonio Honda)
1 December 29, 2008 335

Days

Tokyo, Japan Defeated Men's Teioh, Danshoku Dino and Yuki Sato in a tournament final.
20 Belt Hunter×Hunter
(Danshoku Dino, Hikaru Sato and Masa Takanashi)
1 November 29, 2009 56

Days

Tokyo, Japan
21 Tokyo Gurentai
(Fujita, Mazada and Nosawa Rongai)
1 January 24, 2010 105

Days

Tokyo, Japan
22 Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Takoyakida 1 May 9, 2010 28

Days

Tokyo, Japan
23 Ebessan III, Kanjyuro Matsuyama and Kuishinbo Kamen 1 June 6, 2010 6

Days

Osaka, Japan
24 Tokyo Gurentai
(Fujita, Mazada and Nosawa Rongai)
2 June 12, 2010 1

Days

Osaka, Japan
25 Hikaru Sato (2), Keisuke Ishii and Yoshihiko 1 June 12, 2010 42

Days

Tokyo, Japan
26 The Great Kojika, Mr. #6 and Riho 1 July 25, 2010 101

Days

Tokyo, Japan
27 Shit Heart♥Foundation
(Hikaru Sato (3), Michael Nakazawa and Tomomitsu Matsunaga)
1 November 3, 2010 53

Days

Tokyo, Japan
28 Disaster Box
(Harashima, Toru Owashi (3) and Yukihiro Abe)
1 December 26, 2010 19

Days

Tokyo, Japan
Vacated January 14, 2011 N/A Championship vacated when the team split up.
Abandoned December 23, 2012 N/A Championship abandoned in order to create KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship and later transfered to Wrestle-1.
29 Jackets
(Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue)
1 October 9, 2015 25

Days

Tokyo, Japan Defeated new Wild order (Akira, Jun Kasai and Kumagoro), after the title was revived by Wrestle-1.
30 Real Desperado
(Kazma Sakamoto, Koji Doi and Nosawa Rongai (3))
1 November 3, 2015 24

Days

Nagoya, Japan
31 Jackets
(Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue)
2 November 27, 2015 41

Days

Tokyo, Japan
Vacated January 7, 2016 N/A Title vacated due to Yoshioka being sidelined following cecum surgery and being unable to attend a title defense set for January 10, 2016.
32 Minoru Tanaka, Kaz Hayashi and Tajiri 1 January 31, 2016 180

Days

Tokyo, Japan Defeated Jackets (Jiro Kuroshio, Seiki Yoshioka and Yasufumi Nakanoue) to win the vacant title.
33 NEWERA
(Daiki Inaba, Andy Wu and Seiki Yoshioka (3))
1 July 29, 2016 199

Days

Tokyo, Japan
33 Jun Kasai, Nosawa Rongai (4) and Shuji Kondo (3) 1 December 9, 2016 68

Days

Tokyo, Japan
Vacated Febuary 21, 2017 N/A Title vacated due to Kasai being with influenza and being unable to attend a title defense set for Febuary 22, 2017.
34 NEWERA
(Daiki Inaba (2), Yusuke Kodama and Kohei Fujimura)
1 Febuary 22, 2017 46

Days

Tokyo, Japan Defeated Shuji Kondo, Manabu Soya and Nosawa Rongai to win the vacant title.
35 Masayuki Kono, Shuji Kondo (4) and Kaz Hayashi (2) 1 April 11, 2017 5

Days

Tokyo, Japan
36 NEWERA
(Koji Doi (2), Kumagoro and Andy Wu (2))
1 April 16, 2017 20

Days

Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
37 Kaz Hayashi (2), Shuji Kondo (5) and Manabu Soya 1 May 6, 2017 29

Days

Gifu, Japan
38 Jiro Kuroshio (3), Kumagoro (2) and Jay Freddie 1 June 4, 2017 14

Days

Chiba, Japan
38 Manabu Soya (2), Nosawa Rongai (5) and Ganseki Tanaka 1 June 18, 2017 61+ Shizuoka, Japan

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