DDT Extreme Championship
The DDT Extreme Championship belt
Details
PromotionDDT Pro-Wrestling
Date establishedNovember 23, 2006
Current champion(s)Yuki "Sexy" Iino
Date wonFebruary 14, 2022
Other name(s)
DDT Extreme Championship (DDT EXTREME級王座, Dī Dī Tī Ekusutorīmu-kyū Ōza) (2006–2021)

The DDT Extreme Championship (DDT EXTREME王座, Dī Dī Tī Ekusutorīmu Ōza) is a singles title in the Japanese professional wrestling promotion DDT Pro-Wrestling.[1] The title was established in 2006 and it is mostly defended in stipulation matches, with the defending champion being given the right to choose the stipulation. The title has also been defended at events held by Union Pro Wrestling, one of DDT's former sub-brands. There have been a total of fifty-three reigns shared between thirty-one different champions.

The current title holder is Yuki "Sexy" Iino, who is in his first reign as champion.[2]

Title history

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Mikami November 23, 2006 God Bless DDT 2006 Tokyo, Japan 1 66 2 Was awarded the title after having defeated Sanshiro Takagi in a no disqualification match. [3]
2 Nosawa Rongai January 28, 2007 Dramatic Rumble 2007 Tokyo, Japan 1 126 1 [4]
3 Muscle Sakai June 3, 2007 King of DDT 2007 Tokyo, Japan 1 84 1 This was an Anti-Noise Deathmatch. [5]
4 Nobutaka Araya August 26, 2007 Pro-Wrestling Summit in Ariake Tokyo, Japan 1 69 0 This was a three-way match also involving Abdullah Kobayashi. [6]
5 Danshoku Dino November 3, 2007 Nande Katte Yūtara Kitaete Irukara Ya! Osaka, Japan 1 109 4 This was an EX Iron Man Match. [7]
6 Masa Takanashi February 20, 2008 Non-Fix 2.20 Tokyo, Japan 1 137 1 This was a three-way match, also involving Kudo. [8]
7 Sanshiro Takagi July 6, 2008 King of DDT 2008 Tokyo, Japan 1 202 8 This was a three-way match, where Sanshiro Takagi (as Françoise☆Takagi) defeated Masa Takanashi (as Masako Takanashi) and Hoshitango (as Hoshitanko). [9]
8 Hoshitango January 24, 2009 Dramatic 2009 Special Tokyo, Japan 1 127 1 This was a Table Crash Match. [10]
9 Danshoku Dino May 31, 2009 Toyonaka Love Story 2009 Osaka, Japan 2 28 0 This was a No Low Blow three-way match, also involving Masa Takanashi. [11]
10 Michael Nakazawa June 28, 2009 King of DDT 2009 Tokyo, Japan 1 1 0 This was a four-way match, also involving Antonio Honda and Rion Mizuki. [12]
11 Danshoku Dino June 29, 2009 After King of DDT 2009 Tokyo, Japan 3 195 4 This was also for Dino's World Ōmori Championship. [13]
Vacated January 10, 2010 Dino vacated the title due to health issues. [14]
12 Gentaro January 10, 2010 New Year! Mōkoryū Daihōhi in Nagoya 2010 Nagoya, Japan 1 115 1 Defeated Mikami in a Nagoya-Style Hardcore Winner Eats Uiro Rules match to win the vacant title. [15]
13 Danshoku Dino May 5, 2010 Tōkai Gorin Dai Bukai in Nagoya 2010 Nagoya, Japan 4 176 1 This was a "Gay or Straight" match. [16]
14 Kim Nan-pun October 28, 2010 WWA Ulsan, South Korea 1 67 0 This was a World Wrestling Association [ko] (WWA) promoted event. [14]
15 Isami Kodaka January 3, 2011 1 Fuji, 2 Taka, 3 Union Tokyo, Japan 1 259 4 This was a six-man tag team captain's fall match, where Kim, Cao Zhang and Choun Shiryu faced Kodaka, Keita Yano and Survival Tobita. [17]
16 El Generico September 19, 2011 Union Illusion: Dream Tokyo, Japan 1 106 3 This was a hardcore match. [18]
17 Isami Kodaka January 3, 2012 1 Fuji, 2 Taka, 3 Union 2012 Tokyo, Japan 2 86 1 This was a Union-Style Tonkachi, Ladders and Chairs match. [19]
18 Yuko Miyamoto March 29, 2012 Union×BJW Taikō-sen Dattarinakattari Tokyo, Japan 1 111 1 This was a Light Tubes Deathmatch. This was an event co-promoted with Big Japan Pro Wrestling (BJW). [20]
19 Shuji Ishikawa July 18, 2012 Union×BJW Taikō-sen Dattaridattari Tokyo, Japan 1 128 1 This was an event co-promoted with Big Japan Pro Wrestling (BJW). [21]
20 Keisuke Ishii November 23, 2012 Union Pro 7th Anniversary Show Tokyo, Japan 1 52 1 [22]
21 Isami Kodaka January 14, 2013 Akemashite Union 2013 Tokyo, Japan 3 13 0 [23]
22 Kenny Omega January 27, 2013 Sweet Dreams! 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 210 4 This match was also contested for Omega's KO-D Openweight Championship. [24]
23 Danshoku Dino August 25, 2013 Memories Of Summer Vacation 2013 Tokyo, Japan 5 29 1 [25]
24 Antonio Honda September 23, 2013 Who's Gonna Top? 2013 Yokohama, Japan 1 42 1 This was a three-way match, also involving Kenny Omega. [26]
25 Harashima November 4, 2013 Osaka Bay Blues Special 2013 Osaka, Japan 1 117 4 This match was also contested for the KO-D Openweight and Ironman Heavymetalweight Championships. [27]
26 Danshoku Dino March 1, 2014 Road to Ryōgoku in Hiroshima Hiroshima, Japan 6 69 1 [28]
27 Masa Takanashi May 9, 2014 Shinjuku May 9 Drama Tokyo, Japan 2 16 0 [29]
28 Makoto Oishi May 25, 2014 Friendship, Effort, Victory! in Nagoya 2014 Nagoya, Japan 1 48 0 [30]
29 Danshoku Dino July 12, 2014 Pro-Wrestling Road To Saitama Super Arena 5th Kawagoe, Japan 7 78 2 [31]
30 Akito September 28, 2014 Dramatic General Election 2014 Tokyo, Japan 1 140 5 [32]
31 Shiori Asahi February 15, 2015 Saitama Super DDT 2015 Saitama, Japan 1 42 0 [33]
32 Akito March 29, 2015 Judgement 2015 Tokyo, Japan 2 112 3 This was a 10-minute Fall Count match. [34]
33 Antonio Honda July 19, 2015 Road to Ryōgoku 2015 Tokyo, Japan 2 132 3 [35]
34 Kendo Kashin November 28, 2015 Osaka Octopus 2015 Osaka, Japan 1 114 3 [36]
35 Super Sasadango Machine March 21, 2016 Judgement 2016: DDT 19th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 2 69 2 Previously won the title under the ring name Muscle Sakai. [37]
36 LiLiCo May 29, 2016 Audience 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 91 1 [38]
37 Danshoku Dino August 28, 2016 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2016 Tokyo, Japan 8 98 3 [39]
38 Jun Kasai December 4, 2016 Osaka Octopus 2016 Osaka, Japan 1 106 3 [40]
39 Daisuke Sasaki March 20, 2017 Judgement 2017: DDT 20th Anniversary Saitama, Japan 1 285 8 [41]
40 Yuko Miyamoto December 30, 2017 Damnation Illegal Gathering Vol. 2 Tokyo, Japan 2 120 3 [42]
41 Harashima April 29, 2018 Max Bump 2018 Tokyo, Japan 2 182 3 [43]
42 Shinya Aoki October 28, 2018 DDT Live! Maji Manji #21 Korakuen Hall Special Tokyo, Japan 1 112 2 [44]
43 Harashima February 17, 2019 Judgement 2019: DDT 22nd Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 3 70 1 [45]
44 Antonio Honda April 28, 2019 Max Bump 2019 Tokyo, Japan 3 27 0 [46]
45 Akito May 25, 2019 Golden Theater 2019 Tokyo, Japan 3 70 1 [47]
46 Jiro "Ikemen" Kuroshio August 3, 2019 Beer Garden Fight 2019 Tokyo, Japan 1 57 1 [48]
47 Harashima September 29, 2019 Who's Gonna TOP? 2019 Tokyo, Japan 4 164 3 [49]
48 Shinya Aoki March 11, 2020 DDT Live! MajiManji Street Pro-Wrestling in Saitama Super Arena Saitama, Japan 2 237 5 This was a blindfold hidden bra death match. [50]
49 Sanshiro Takagi November 3, 2020 Ultimate Party 2020 Tokyo, Japan 2 96 10 This was a Weapon Rumble match. [51]
50 Shunma Katsumata February 7, 2021 Kumamoto Castle Natural Onsen Shironoyu Presents Steam Natural Onsen Pro-Wrestling Kumamoto, Japan 1 35 1 This was a three-way Falls Count Anywhere 45-minute Iron Man match also involving Batten×Burabura. [52]
51 Chris Brookes March 14, 2021 Day Dream Believer 2021 Tokyo, Japan 1 123 2 This was a Barbed Wire Coffin Deathmatch. [53]
52 Shinya Aoki July 15, 2021 Summer Vacation Tour In Shinjuku 2021 Tokyo, Japan 3 214 5 This was a Winner-takes-all No Disqualification and No Submission match in which Aoki's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship was also on the line. [54]
53 Yuki "Sexy" Iino February 14, 2022 DDT Free February:
Ultimate Tag League 2022 in Shinjuku
Tokyo, Japan 1 60+ 1 This was a Turkish Oil Wrestling match. [55]

Combined reigns

As of April 15, 2022.

Record longest reign champion at 285 days, Daisuke Sasaki.
Record longest reign champion at 285 days, Daisuke Sasaki.
Inaugural, record eight-time and longest combined reigning champion at 782 days, Danshoku Dino.
Inaugural, record eight-time and longest combined reigning champion at 782 days, Danshoku Dino.
Indicates the current champions
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Danshoku Dino 8 16 782
2 Shinya Aoki 3 12 563
3 Harashima 4 11 533
4 Isami Kodaka 3 5 358
5 Akito 3 9 322
6 Sanshiro Takagi 2 18 298
7 Daisuke Sasaki 1 8 285
8 Muscle Sakai/Super Sasadango Machine 2 3 281
9 Yuko Miyamoto 2 4 231
10 Kenny Omega 1 4 210
11 Antonio Honda 3 4 201
12 Masa Takanashi 2 1 153
13 Shuji Ishikawa 1 1 128
14 Hoshitango 1 1 127
15 Nosawa Rongai 1 1 126
16 Chris Brookes 1 2 123
17 Gentaro 1 1 115
18 Kendo Kashin 1 3 114
19 El Generico 1 3 106
Jun Kasai 1 3 106
21 LiLiCo 1 1 91
22 Nobutaka Araya 1 0 69
23 Kim Nan-pun 1 0 67
24 Mikami 1 2 66
25 Yuki "Sexy" Iino 1 1 60+
26 Jiro "Ikemen" Kuroshio 1 1 57
27 Keisuke Ishii 1 1 52
28 Makoto Oishi 1 0 48
29 Shiori Asahi 1 0 42
30 Shunma Katsumata 1 1 35
31 Michael Nakazawa 1 0 1

See also

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