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UWA World Trios Championship

UWA World Trios Championship
Details
Current champion(s) HARASHIMA, Toru Owashi and Yukihiro Abe
Date won
Promotion Universal Wrestling Association (1984-1995)
Toryumon Japan (2001-2004)
El Dorado Wrestling (2004-2008)
Dramatic Dream Team (2009-present)
Date established 1984
Date retired 1995
2004

The UWA World Trios Championship is a tag team professional wrestling championship created by the Mexican Universal Wrestling Association and defended there until the UWA closed in 1995.[1]

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 Último Dragón 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, where it is currently held by HARASHIMA, Toru Owashi and Yukihiro Abe.

Title history

UWA promoted

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
  Indicates that there was a period where the lineage has not been documented.
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
1 Black Man, Kung Fu and Kato Kung Lee 1 Unknown Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event Defeated Solar I, Super Astro and Ultraman to become the first champions.
               
2 Los Misionares de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro, El Signo and El Texano)
1 Unknown N/A Live event  
               
3 Los Misionares de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro, El Signo and El Texano)
2 Unknown Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event Defeated Los Villaños (III, IV and V)
               
4 Los Brazos
)El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
1 290 Panama Live event Defeated El Baron, Celestial and El Tauru.
5 Los Villanos
(Villaño I, Villaño IV and Villaño V)
1 Unknown Puebla, Puebla, Mexico Live event  
               
6 Khaos, Rambo and Zandokan 1 119 Mexico City, Mexico Live event Defeated Los Brazos.
7 Los Brazos
)El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
2 210 N/A Live event  
8 Khaos, Rambo and Zandokan 2 88 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
9 Los Villanos
(Villaño I, Villaño IV and Villaño V)
2 129 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
10 El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata
(Los Brazos)
3 72 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
11 Los Villanos
(Villaño I, Villaño IV and Villaño V)
3 96 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
12 The Hawaiian Beasts
(Fatu, Great Kokina and The Samoan Savage)
10 54 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
13 Los Villanos
(Villaño I, Villaño IV and Villaño V)
4 275 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
14 Los Misionares de la Muerte
(Black Power II, Negro Navarro (3) and El Signo (3))
1 455 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
16 El Engendro, Shu El Guerrero and Scorpio, Jr. 1 209 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
17 Los Misionares de la Muerte
(Black Power II, Negro Navarro (4) and El Signo (4))
2 156 Nezahualcóyotl, México, Mexico Live event  
18 El Engendro (2), Shu El Guerrero (2) and Scorpio, Jr. (2) 2 7 Puebla, Puebla, Mexico Live event  
19 Los Misionares de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro (5), Rocky Santana and El Signo (5))
1 118 Puebla, Puebla, Mexico Live event  
20 Shu El Guerrero (3), Scorpio, Jr. (3) and Villaño V (5) 1 7 Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
21 Los Misionares de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro (6), Rocky Santana and El Signo (6))
2 Unknown Naucalpan, México, Mexico Live event  
Vacated N/A N/A Championship vacated when UWA Closes

Toryumon promoted

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
22 Crazy Max
(CIMA SUWA and Big Fuji)
1 51 Mexico City, Mexico Live event Defeated Apolo Dantés, Valentin Mayo and Negro Navarro after the title was revived by Toryumon Japan.
23 Darkness Dragon, Yasushi Kanda and Susumu Mochizuki 1 11 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
24 Crazy Max
(CIMA SUWA and Big Fuji)
2 26 Kagoshima, Kagoshima, Japan Live event  
25 Dragon Kid, Magnum TOKYO and Ryo Saito 1 75 Tokyo, Japan Live event Defeated Crazy MAX and Darkness Dragon, Yasushi Kanda and Masaaki Mochizuki in a three-way match.
26 Darkness Dragon (2), Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Mochizuki (2) 1 72 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
27 Crazy MAX
(CIMA (3), Big Fuji (3) and TARU)
1 243 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
28 Milano Collection A.T., YOSSINO and "brother" YASSHI 1 80 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
29 Crazy Max
(CIMA SUWA and Big Fuji)
3 170 Tokyo, Japan Live event  
30 Genki Horiguchi, Ryo Saito (2) and Susumu Yokosuka (3) 1 44 Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Live event  
31 Keni'chiro Arai, Dragon Kid (2) and Masaaki Mochizuki (3) 1 62 Kobe, Hyogo, Japan Live event  
32 Milano Collection A.T. (2), Condotti Shuji and YOSSINO (2) 1 Unknown Tokyo, Japan Live event Defeated Keni'chiro Arai, Dragon Kid and Masaaki Mochizuki, Crazy MAX and Genki Horiguchi, Magnum TOKYO and Toru Yokosuka in a four-way match.
Vacated N/A N/A Championship vacated when the team split up
33 Toru Owashi, Condotti Shuji (2) and "brother" YASSHI (2) 1 232 Kyoto, Japan Live event Defeated Milano Collection A.T., Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO.
34 Keni'chiro Arai (2), Dragon Kid (3) and Second Doi 1 28 Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan Live event  
Vacated N/A N/A Championship vacated after a match against Milano Collection A.T., Anthony W. Mori and YOSSINO ended in a no contest
Retired N/A N/A Championship Último Dragón left Toryumon and took the promotions name with him.

El Dorado promoted

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
35 Gedo, Jado and Katsushi Takemura 1 Unknown Tokyo, Japan Toryumon X Final Defeated Taiji Ishimori, Shu and Kei Sato
Vacated N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated for unknown reasons
36 Mango Fukuda, Pineapple Hanai and Takeshi Minamino 1 385 Mexico City, Mexico Toryumon Mexico 8th Anniversary Defeated Solar I, Ultraman and Ultraman, Jr..[2]
37 Maguro Ooma, Shu Sato and Kei Sato 1 Unknown Tokyo, Japan Michinoku Pro  
Vacated N/A N/A N/A Championship vacated for unknown reasons
38 Hell Demons
(Takuya Sugawara Brahman Shu (2) and Brahman Kei (2))
1 142 Tokyo, Japan Perfect Treasure Defeated KAGETORA, Hercules Oosenga and Toru Owashi.[3]
Vacated N/A N/A Championship vacated after the team split up at I Was Born to Love Treasure.[4]
39 Nobutaka Araya, Toru Owashi (2) and Takuya Sugawara (2) 1 209 Tokyo, Japan Game of Treasure Defeated HELL DEMONS (Brahman Kei, Brahman Shu and Go).[5]
40 The Italian Four Horsemen
(Francis Togo PIZA Michinoku and Antonio Honda)
1 335 Tokyo, Japan Live event Defeated Men's Teioh, Danshoku Dino and Yuhi Sato in a tournament final.

Dramatic Dream Team promoted

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The specific information is not known
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
# Wrestlers Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
41 Danshoku Dino, Hikaru Sato and Masa Takanashi 1 56 Tokyo, Japan Live event Defeated Francis Togo, PIZA Michinoku and Antonio Honda.
42 Tokyo Gurentai
(FUJITA, MAZADA and NOSAWA Rongai)
1 105 Tokyo, Japan Live event
43 Atsushi Kotoge, Daisuke Harada and Takoyakida 1 28 Tokyo, Japan Live event
44 Ebessan (III), Kanjyouro Matsuyama and Kuishinbo Kamen 1 6 Osaka, Japan Live event
45 Tokyo Gurentai
(FUJITA, MAZADA and NOSAWA Rongai)
2 1 Osaka, Japan Live event
46 Hikaru Sato (2), Keisuke Ishii and YOSHIHIKO 1 42 Tokyo, Japan Live event
47 Great Kojika, Mr. #6 and Riho 1 101 Tokyo, Japan Live event
48 Hikaru Sato (3), Michael Nakazawa and Tomomitsu Matsunaga 1 53 Tokyo, Japan Live event
49 HARASHIMA, Toru Owashi (3) and Yukihiro Abe 1 1,286+ Tokyo, Japan Live event

References

General source for title history before 2000
Specific sources
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