GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship
GHC Jr Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.png
Current championship design
Details
PromotionPro Wrestling Noah
Date establishedJuly 16, 2003[1]
Current champion(s)Stinger
(Chris Ridgeway and Yoshinari Ogawa)
Date wonApril 29, 2022

The Global Honored Crown (GHC) Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (Japanese: GHCジュニアヘビー級タッグ王座, Hepburn: GHC Junia Hebī-kyū Taggu Ōza) is a professional wrestling tag team title in Japanese promotion Pro Wrestling Noah, contested exclusively among junior heavyweight wrestlers.[2] It was created on July 16, 2003 when Kenta and Naomichi Marufuji defeated Jushin Thunder Liger and Takehiro Murahama in a tournament final.[3][4] It is currently one of two tag team titles in Noah, along with the typically heavyweight GHC Tag Team Championship. Although the weight limit is (100 kg (220 lb)), The Briscoe Brothers won the titles weighing slightly more than this on January 7, 2007.

Title history

As of April 30, 2022, there have been a total of 50 reigns shared between 38 different teams, consisting of 43 different individual champions. Momo no Seishun Tag (Atsushi Kotoge and Daisuke Harada) have the most reigns as a team at 4. Kotoge also has the most reigns as an individual at 9. Inaugural champions Kenta and Naomichi Marufuji have the longest reign as a team, both individual and combined, at 690 days. They also have the most defenses as a team, both in one reign and combined, at 9. Kotaro Suzuki has both the longest combined reign as an individual at 1,515 days, as well as most combined defenses as an individual at 24. The current champions are Chris Ridgeway and Yoshinari Ogawa, who are in their first reign as a team.

Reigns

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 Kenta and Naomichi Marufuji July 16, 2003 Accomplish Our Third Navigation Osaka, Japan 1 690 9 Defeated Jushin Thunder Liger and Takehiro Murahama in a tournament final. [4][5]
2 Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Takashi Sugiura June 5, 2005 Navigation with Breeze Sapporo, Japan 1 273 2 [6]
3 Minoru Fujita and Ikuto Hidaka March 5, 2006 Navigate for Evolution 2006 Tokyo, Japan 1 161 2 [7]
4 Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Takashi Sugiura August 13, 2006 Navigation Tokyo, Japan 2 147 1 [8]
5 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
January 7, 2007 The First Navigation '07 Tokyo, Japan 1 14 0 [9]
6 Ricky Marvin and Kotaro Suzuki January 21, 2007 The First Navigation '07 Tokyo, Japan 1 307 5 [9]
7 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino November 24, 2007 Winter Navigation '07 Sapporo, Japan 1 52 1 [10]
8 B×B Hulk and Shingo Takagi January 15, 2008 Primal Gate 2008 Tokyo, Japan 1 65 0 This was a Dragon Gate event. [11]
9 Taiji Ishimori and Kenta (2) March 20, 2008 The Gate of Generation Tokyo, Japan 1 115 2 This was a Dragon Gate event.
10 Yoshinobu Kanemaru (3) and Kotaro Suzuki (2) July 13, 2008 Summer Navigation '08 Fukuoka, Japan 1 553 6
Vacated January 17, 2010 Vacated due to Suzuki suffering a knee injury.
11 Ricky Marvin (2) and Taiji Ishimori (2) February 18, 2010 The Second Navigation '10 Osaka, Japan 1 185 2 Defeated Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Genba Hirayanagi in a tournament final.
12 Koji Kanemoto and Tiger Mask August 22, 2010 New Navigation '10 in Tokyo Tokyo, Japan 1 124 2
13 Atsushi Aoki and Naomichi Marufuji (2) December 24, 2010 Noahful Gift in Differ 2010 Tokyo, Japan 1 126 2 [12]
Vacated April 29, 2011 Vacated due to Marufuji suffering an injury.
14 No Mercy
(Kenta (3) and Yoshinobu Kanemaru (4))
May 25, 2011 The Weekday Navigation 2011 in Korakuen Tokyo, Japan 1 144 1 Defeated Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki to win the vacant title.
15 ANMU
(Atsushi Aoki (2) and Kotaro Suzuki (3))
October 16, 2011 The Navigation Sunday 2011 in Korakuen Tokyo, Japan 1 280 7 [13]
16 Los Mexitosos
(Ricky Marvin (3) and Super Crazy)
July 22, 2012 Great Voyage 2012 in Ryogoku Tokyo, Japan 1 231 4 [14]
17 No Mercy
(Genba Hirayanagi and Maybach Taniguchi Jr./Suwa)
March 10, 2013 Great Voyage 2013 in Yokohama Yokohama, Japan 1 81 1 Taniguchi Jr. was unmasked as Suwa during the reign.
Vacated May 30, 2013 Vacated due to Suwa suffering a neck injury.
18 Jushin Thunder Liger and Tiger Mask (2) July 28, 2013 7th NTV G+ Cup Junior Heavyweight League Tokyo, Japan 1 132 4 Defeated Atsushi Kotoge and Taiji Ishimori in the finals of the 2013 NTV G+ Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League to win the vacant titles. [15]
19 Yoshinari Ogawa and Zack Sabre Jr. December 7, 2013 Great Voyage 2013 in Tokyo Vol. 2 Tokyo, Japan 1 104 1 [16]
20 BRAVE
(Atsushi Kotoge and Taiji Ishimori (3))
March 21, 2014 Spring Navigation 2014 Tokyo, Japan 1 22 0 [17]
21 Yoshinari Ogawa and Zack Sabre Jr. April 12, 2014 Global Tag League 2014 Tokyo, Japan 2 84 1 [18]
22 BRAVE
(Atsushi Kotoge (2) and Taiji Ishimori (4))
July 5, 2014 Great Voyage 2014 in Tokyo Vol. 2 Tokyo, Japan 2 99 0 [19]
23 Choukibou-gun
(Hajime Ohara and Kenoh)
October 12, 2014 Great Voyage 2014 in Yokohama Yokohama, Japan 1 154 3 [20]
24 Suzuki-gun
(El Desperado and Taka Michinoku)
March 15, 2015 Great Voyage 2015 in Tokyo Tokyo, Japan 1 203 4 This was a three-way match, also involving Daisuke Harada and Genba Hirayanagi. [21]
25 Momo no Seishun Tag
(Atsushi Kotoge (3) and Daisuke Harada)
October 4, 2015 Great Voyage 2015 in Nagoya Nagoya, Japan 1 167 3 [22]
26 KenOhara
(Hajime Ohara and Kenoh)
March 19, 2016 Great Voyage 2016 in Korakuen Tokyo, Japan 2 17 0 KenOhara were previously known as Choukibou-gun. [23]
27 Momo no Seishun Tag
(Atsushi Kotoge (4) and Daisuke Harada (2))
April 5, 2016 Spring Navigation 2016 Vol. 2 Tokyo, Japan 2 186 4 [24]
28 World Class Tag Team
(Jado and Gedo)
October 8, 2016 Autumn Navigation 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 77 1 [25]
29 Momo no Seishun Tag
(Atsushi Kotoge (5) and Daisuke Harada (3))
December 24, 2016 Winter Navigation 2016 Tokyo, Japan 3 2 0 [26]
Vacated December 26, 2016 Title vacated due to Kotoge moving to the heavyweight division.
30 XX
(Hi69 and Taiji Ishimori (5))
February 18, 2017 The Second Navigation 2017 Fukuoka, Japan 1 189 2 Defeated Hayata and Yo-Hey to win the vacant titles. [27]
31 Ratel's
(Hayata and Yo-Hey)
August 26, 2017 Summer Navigation 2017 Vol. 2 Tokyo, Japan 1 154 3 [28]
32 XX
(Hi69 (2) and Taiji Ishimori (6))
January 27, 2018 Navigation For The Future 2018 Osaka, Japan 2 43 0 [29]
33 Yoshinari Ogawa (3) and Minoru Tanaka March 11, 2018 Great Voyage 2018 in Yokohama Osaka, Japan 1 1 0 [30]
Vacated March 12, 2018 Ogawa vacated the titles when Taiji Ishimori left Pro Wrestling Noah.
34 Hi69 (3) and Minoru Tanaka (2) April 15, 2018 Navigation To The Northern Cross Osaka, Japan 1 245 4 Defeated Ratel's (Hayata and Yo-Hey) to win the vacant titles. [31]
35 Back Breakers
(Hajime Ohara (3) and Hitoshi Kumano)
December 16, 2018 Great Voyage in Yokohama Vol. 2 Yokohama, Japan 1 70 1 [32]
36 Stinger
(Yoshinari Ogawa (4) and Kotaro Suzuki) (4)
February 24, 2019 Navigation for the Progress 2019 Tokyo, Japan 1 251 5 [33]
37 Ratel's
(Daisuke Harada (4) and Tadasuke)
November 2, 2019 Noah The Best 2019: Battle Of Aesthetics Tokyo, Japan 1 24 0 [34]
38 Stinger
(Kotaro Suzuki (5) and Atsushi Kotoge (6)
November 26, 2019 Starting Over 2019 Niigata, Japan 1 124 1 [35]
39 Ratel's
(Hayata and Yo-Hey)
March 29, 2020 Pro Wrestling Noah 20th Anniversary: Noah The Chronicle Vol. 2 Tokyo, Japan 2 41 1 [36]
Vacated May 9, 2020 Vacated due to Hayata turning on Yo-Hey during a title defense against Yoshinari Ogawa and Kotaro Suzuki.
40 Stinger
(Hayata (3) and Yoshinari Ogawa (5))
May 10, 2020 Muta Fantasia Kawasaki, Japan 1 154 2 Defeated Yo-Hey and Tadasuke to win the vacant titles. [37]
41 Momo no Seishun Tag
(Atsushi Kotoge (7) and Daisuke Harada (5))
October 11, 2020 N-1 Victory 2020
(Night 7)
Osaka, Japan 4 42 1 [38]
42 Stinger
(Hayata (4) and Yoshinari Ogawa (6))
November 22, 2020 Pro Wrestling Noah 20th Anniversary: Noah The Chronicle Vol. 4 Yokohama, Japan 2 190 5 [39]
43 Daisuke Harada (6) and Hajime Ohara (4) May 31, 2021 Mitsuharu Misawa Memorial 2021 In Korakuen Hall: Forever In Our Hearts Tokyo, Japan 1 62 1 [40]
44 Stinger
(Seiki Yoshioka and Yuya Susumu)
August 1, 2021 Cross Over in Hiroshima Hiroshima, Japan 1 42 1 [41]
45 Atsushi Kotoge (8) and Hajime Ohara (5) September 12, 2021 N-1 Victory 2021
(Night 1)
Tokyo, Japan 1 28 0 [42]
46 Los Perros del Mal de Japón
(Eita and Nosawa Rongai)
October 10, 2021 Grand Square 2021 in Osaka Osaka, Japan 1 49 1 [43]
47 Stinger
(Hayata (5) and Yoshinari Ogawa (7))
November 28, 2021 Noah The Best 2021 Tokyo, Japan 3 52 1
Vacated January 19, 2022 Vacated due to Yoshinari Ogawa testing positive for COVID-19.
48 Stinger
(Seiki Yoshioka and Yuya Susumu)
January 22, 2022 Higher Ground 2022 Tokyo, Japan 2 20 0 Defeated Atsushi Kotoge and Hajime Ohara to win the vacant titles. [44]
Vacated February 11, 2022 Vacated due to Seiki Yoshioka suffering a heel injury.
49 Atsushi Kotoge (9) and Yo-Hey (3) February 23, 2022 Gain Control 2022 in Nagoya Nagoya, Japan 1 65 2 Defeated Stinger (Hayata and Yuya Susumu) to win the vacant titles. [45]
50 Stinger
(Chris Ridgeway and Yoshinari Ogawa (8))
April 29, 2022 Majestic 2022: N Innovation Tokyo, Japan 1 117+ 1 [46]

Combined reigns

Inaugural champions Kenta (left) and Naomichi Marufuji (right) hold the records for longest-reigning champions at 690 days, and most defenses in one reign at 9.
Record four-time champions, Momo no Seishun Tag (Atsushi Kotoge (left) and Daisuke Harada (right)).
Record four-time champions, Momo no Seishun Tag (Atsushi Kotoge (left) and Daisuke Harada (right)).
Indicates the current champion

By team

Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Kenta and Naomichi Marufuji 1 9 690
2 Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Kotaro Suzuki 1 6 553
3 Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Takashi Sugiura 2 3 420
4 Momo no Seishun Tag
(Atsushi Kotoge and Daisuke Harada)
4 8 397
5 Stinger
(Hayata and Yoshinari Ogawa)
3 8 396
6 Ricky Marvin and Kotaro Suzuki 1 5 307
7 ANMU
(Atsushi Aoki and Kotaro Suzuki)
1 7 280
8 Stinger
(Yoshinari Ogawa and Kotaro Suzuki)
1 5 251
9 Hi69 and Minoru Tanaka 1 4 245
10 XX
(Hi69 and Taiji Ishimori)
2 2 232
11 Los Mexitosos
(Ricky Marvin and Super Crazy)
1 4 231
12 Suzuki-gun
(El Desperado and Taka Michinoku)
1 4 203
13 Ratel's
(Hayata and Yo-Hey)
2 3 195
14 Yoshinari Ogawa and Zack Sabre Jr. 2 2 188
15 Ricky Marvin and Taiji Ishimori 1 2 185
16 Choukibou-gun/KenOhara
(Hajime Ohara and Kenoh)
2 3 171
17 Minoru Fujita and Ikuto Hidaka 1 2 161
18 No Mercy
(Kenta and Yoshinobu Kanemaru)
1 1 144
19 Jushin Thunder Liger and Tiger Mask 1 4 132
20 Atsushi Aoki and Naomichi Marufuji 1 2 126
21 Koji Kanemoto and Tiger Mask 1 2 124
22 Stinger
(Kotaro Suzuki and Atsushi Kotoge)
1 1 124
23 BRAVE
(Atsushi Kotoge and Taiji Ishimori)
2 0 121
24 Stinger
(Chris Ridgeway and Yoshinari Ogawa)
1 1 117+
25 Taiji Ishimori and Kenta 1 2 115
26 No Mercy
(Genba Hirayanagi and Maybach Taniguchi Jr./Suwa)
1 1 81
27 World Class Tag Team
(Jado and Gedo)
1 1 77
28 Back Breakers
(Hajime Ohara and Hitoshi Kumano)
1 1 70
29 Atsushi Kotoge and Yo-Hey 1 2 65
B×B Hulk and Shingo Takagi 1 0 65
31 Stinger
(Seiki Yoshioka and Yuya Susumu)
2 1 62
32 Daisuke Harada and Hajime Ohara 1 1 62
33 Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino 1 1 52
34 Los Perros del Mal de Japón
(Eita and Nosawa Rongai)
1 1 49
35 Atsushi Kotoge and Hajime Ohara 1 0 28
36 Ratel's
(Daisuke Harada and Tadasuke)
1 0 24
37 The Briscoe Brothers
(Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
1 0 14
38 Yoshinari Ogawa and Minoru Tanaka 1 0 1

By wrestler

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Kotaro Suzuki 5 24 1,515
2 Yoshinobu Kanemaru 4 10 1,117
3 Yoshinari Ogawa 8 16 953+
4 Kenta 3 12 949
5 Naomichi Marufuji 2 11 816
6 Atsushi Kotoge 9 10 735
7 Ricky Marvin 3 11 723
8 Taiji Ishimori 6 6 653
9 Hayata 5 11 591
10 Daisuke Harada 6 9 483
11 Hi69 3 6 477
12 Takashi Sugiura 2 3 420
13 Atsushi Aoki 2 9 406
14 Hajime Ohara 5 5 331
15 Yo-Hey 3 4 260
16 Tiger Mask 2 6 256
17 Minoru Tanaka 2 4 246
18 Super Crazy 1 4 231
19 El Desperado 1 4 203
Taka Michinoku 1 4 203
21 Zack Sabre Jr. 2 2 188
22 Kenoh 2 3 171
23 Minoru Fujita 1 2 161
Ikuto Hidaka 1 2 161
25 Jushin Thunder Liger 1 4 132
26 Koji Kanemoto 1 2 124
27 Chris Ridgeway 1 1 117+
28 Genba Hirayanagi 1 1 81
Suwa 1 1 81
30 Gedo 1 1 77
Jado 1 1 77
32 Hitoshi Kumano 1 1 70
33 B×B Hulk 1 0 65
Shingo Takagi 1 0 65
35 Seiki Yoshioka 2 1 62
Yuya Susumu 2 1 62
37 Naruki Doi 1 1 52
Masato Yoshino 1 1 52
39 Eita 1 1 49
Nosawa Rongai 1 1 49
41 Tadasuke 1 0 24
42 Jay Briscoe 1 0 14
Mark Briscoe 1 0 14

See also

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