KO-D Openweight Championship
Third KO-D Openweight Championship belt.jpg
The KO-D Openweight Championship belt (2022–present)
Details
PromotionCyberFight
BrandDDT Pro-Wrestling
Date establishedApril 19, 2000
Current champion(s)Kazusada Higuchi
Date wonJuly 3, 2022

The KO-D (King of DDT) Openweight Championship (Japanese: KO-D無差別級王座, Hepburn: KO-D Musabetsu-kyū Ōza) is a professional wrestling world openweight championship and the top singles accomplishment in the Japanese promotion CyberFight currently defended in the DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT) brand division. It is one of CyberFight's top major world titles, alongside the GHC Heavyweight Championship in Pro Wrestling Noah. The title was established in 2000 and the inaugural champion was Masao Orihara.[1] As of July 3, 2022, there have been a total of seventy-nine recognized reigns and three vacancies shared between thirty-six recognized champions and one interim champion.

The current title holder is Kazusada Higuchi who is in his first reign.

History

The original KO-D Openweight Championship belt (2000–2005)
The original KO-D Openweight Championship belt (2000–2005)

Dramatic Dream Team (now DDT Pro-Wrestling) was founded in 1997.[2] In 2000, DDT commissioner Exciting Yoshida created the promotion's first championship,[1] briefly called DDT Openweight Championship, before the King of DDT (KO-D) was established as DDT's governing body and the title was officially named KO-D Openweight Championship.[3]

The inaugural championship match was scheduled for a live event held at the Kitazawa Town Hall, on April 19. At the event, Masao Orihara defeated DDT founder Sanshiro Takagi in the final bout to become the inaugural champion.[1][4]

On November 22, 2001, Nosawa was stripped of the title by Exciting Yoshida for "not being appropriate as a champion", which led to the first vacancy of the title.[1]

In December 2005, DDT announced a new belt would be unveiled to replace the worn out original design. The new belt was put up for grab on December 28, at Never Mind, in a five-way ladder match in which Danshoku Dino defended the title against Sanshiro Takagi, Super Uchuu Power, Franceso Togo and Toru Owashi. Dino won the match and the new belt.[5]

On December 22, 2010, the title was vacated for the second time when champion Dick Togo suffered an injury.[1] Antonio Honda was scheduled to have a championship match against Togo at Never Mind, on December 26; he instead faced Gentaro to determine an interim champion. Honda defeated Gentaro[6] and served as interim champion until the January 30 event Sweet Dreams!, where Togo faced Honda in a unification match, which Togo won.[7]

On June 12, 2022, at CyberFight Festival 2022, champion Tetsuya Endo suffered a legitimate concussion when he was struck by Katsuhiko Nakajima.[8] Two days later, DDT held a press conference ahead of the 2022 edition of the King of DDT tournament scheduled to start on June 16. It was announced that due to the injury, Endo would relinquish the title and forfeit his first round match, while the tournament would crown a new champion.[9] On July 3, 2022, Kazusada Higuchi defeated Naomi Yoshimura in the final and consequently won the vacant title.[10]

Belt design

The second KO-D Openweight Championship belt (2005–2022)
The second KO-D Openweight Championship belt (2005–2022)

The first KO-D Openweight Championship belt had five plates on a black leather strap. The rounded center plate featured a globe centered on the Greenwich meridian. Three banners above the globe read, from top to bottom, "Professional Wrestling", "D²T" and "Dramatic Dream Team". The lower banner at the bottom of the globe read "Wrestling Champion". Each side plate featured the name and flag of a country with a rich tradition in professional wrestling. From left to right, those countries were Mexico, the United States, Japan and Canada. This inexpensive belt deteriorated quickly and a new belt was introduced in December 2005.

The second belt had a central plate that featured a globe centered on the International Date Line with the second "D²T" logo on top in red enamel. The banner above the globe read "Professional Wrestling" and above the banner were two wrestlers grappling. The two banners below the globe read "Dramatic Dream Team" and "KOD Open-Weight Champion". The belt had four side plates similar to the previous version but with Canada and Mexico having swapped places. This belt was retired on March 27, 2022, at Day Dream Believer where a third belt was unveiled and given to then champion Tetsuya Endo.[11]

The third and current belt has a central plate that features the current DDT logo. A banner above the logo reads "Dramatic-Dream Team". The words "KO-D Open-Weight Champion" are written along the bottom edge of the central plate. The two inner side plates both feature a globe; the one on the left plate is centered on America, while the one on the right is centered on Japan. The two outer side plates both feature the DDT logo. All plates have red gems in their corners and the central plate also has white gems along its vertical edges.

Reigns

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
Defenses Number of successful defenses
<1 Reign lasted less than a day
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days Defenses
1 Masao Orihara April 19, 2000 Live event Tokyo, Japan 1 98 0 Defeated Sanshiro Takagi to win the inaugural title. [12]
2 Koichiro Kimura July 26, 2000 Live event Tokyo, Japan 1 77 1 [13]
3 Poison Sawada Julie October 11, 2000 Live event Tokyo, Japan 1 64 1 [14]
4 Sanshiro Takagi December 14, 2000 Never Mind 2000 Tokyo, Japan 1 104 2 This was a four-way match also involving Tomohiko Hashimoto and Super Uchuu Power. [15]
5 Exciting Yoshida March 28, 2001 Judgement 5 Tokyo, Japan 1 93 2 [16]
6 Nosawa June 29, 2001 No Reason, No Future Tokyo, Japan 1 146 0 This was a three-way match also involving Super Uchuu Power. [17]
Vacated November 22, 2001 Live event Tokyo, Japan Nosawa was stripped of the title by the DDT Commissioner for "not being appropriate as a champion". [1]
7 Super Uchuu Power November 30, 2001 My Love Tokyo, Japan 2 57 1 Defeated Poison Sawada Julie and Sanshiro Takagi in a three-way match to win the vacant title. Previously held the title under his real name of Koichiro Kimura. [18]
8 Mikami January 26, 2002 Dark Horse Tokyo, Japan 1 11 1 Won a tag team match with Takashi Sasaki while Tag Team Champions, defeating Openweight Champion Super Uchuu Power and Ironman Heavymetalweight Champion Asian Cougar, with all titles on the line. [19]
9 Super Uchuu Power February 6, 2002 Live event Tokyo, Japan 3 86 0 [20]
10 Sanshiro Takagi May 3, 2002 Turning Point Tokyo, Japan 2 28 0 This match was also for Takagi's Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship. [21]
11 Kintaro Kanemura May 31, 2002 Max Bump 2002 Tokyo, Japan 1 99 1 [22]
12 Sanshiro Takagi September 7, 2002 The Ring Chiba, Japan 3 83 1 [23]
13 Gentaro November 29, 2002 God Bless DDT 2002 Tokyo, Japan 1 23 0 [24]
14 Mikami December 22, 2002 Never Mind 2002 Tokyo, Japan 2 207 2 This was a four-way match also involving Tomohiko Hashimoto and Sanshiro Takagi. [25]
15 Takashi Sasaki July 17, 2003 Audience 2003 Tokyo, Japan 1 101 2 [26]
16 Shoichi Ichimiya October 26, 2003 Dead or Alive 2003 Tokyo, Japan 1 108 0 This was a Chain Death Match. [27]
17 Poison Sawada Julie February 11, 2004 Future Port Tokyo, Japan 2 265 4 This was a four-way match also involving Sanshiro Takagi and Danshoku Dino in which Dino's Ironman Heavymetalweight Champion was also on the line. [28]
18 Mikami November 2, 2004 Day Dream Believer 2004 Tokyo, Japan 3 89 1 [29]
19 Francesco Togo January 30, 2005 Into the Fight 2005 Tokyo, Japan 1 94 2 [30]
20 Sanshiro Takagi May 4, 2005 Max Bump 2005 Tokyo, Japan 4 172 1 [31]
21 Danshoku Dino October 23, 2005 Day Dream Believer 2005 Tokyo, Japan 1 161 1 [32]
22 Toru Owashi April 2, 2006 After Aprilfool 2006 Tokyo, Japan 1 271 2 [33]
23 Harashima December 29, 2006 Never Mind 2006 Tokyo, Japan 1 156 3 [34]
24 Koo June 3, 2007 King of DDT 2007 Tokyo, Japan 1 140 2 [35]
25 Harashima October 21, 2007 Day Dream Believer 2007 Tokyo, Japan 2 198 2 [36]
26 Dick Togo May 6, 2008 Max Bump 2008 Tokyo, Japan 2 145 2 This was a five-way elimination match also involving Seiya Morohashi, Sanshiro Takagi and Yoshiaki Yago. [37]
27 Sanshiro Takagi September 28, 2008 Who's Gonna Top? 2008 Tokyo, Japan 5 218 5 This was a Title vs. Title Steel Cage Death Match, also for Dick Togo's DDT Extreme Championship. [38]
28 Harashima May 4, 2009 Max Bump 2009 Tokyo, Japan 3 111 2 [39][40]
29 Kota Ibushi August 23, 2009 Ryōgoku Peter Pan Tokyo, Japan 1 98 2 [41][42]
30 Shuji Ishikawa November 29, 2009 DDT Special 2009 Tokyo, Japan 2 91 2 Ishikawa previously held the title under the name Koo. [43][44]
31 Daisuke Sekimoto February 28, 2010 Live event Tokyo, Japan 1 147 4 [45]
32 Harashima July 25, 2010 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2010 Tokyo, Japan 4 112 2 [46]
33 Hikaru Sato November 14, 2010 Osaka Bay Blues Special Osaka, Japan 1 14 0 [47]
34 Dick Togo November 28, 2010 God Bless DDT 2010 Tokyo, Japan 3 24 0 [48]
Vacated December 22, 2010 Title vacated due to Togo suffering an injury. [1][49]
Antonio Honda December 26, 2010 Never Mind 2010 Tokyo, Japan 35 0 Antonio Honda defeated Gentaro to become interim KO-D Openweight Champion. [50]
35 Dick Togo January 30, 2011 Sweet Dreams! 2011 Tokyo, Japan 4 94 2 This was a title unification match for Togo's KO-D Openweight Title and Honda's interim title. [51]
36 Shuji Ishikawa May 4, 2011 Max Bump 2011 Tokyo, Japan 3 81 2 [52]
37 Kudo July 24, 2011 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2011 Tokyo, Japan 1 189 5 [53]
38 Danshoku Dino January 29, 2012 Sweet Dreams! 2012 Tokyo, Japan 2 63 2 [54]
39 Sanshiro Takagi April 1, 2012 Aprilfool 2012 Tokyo, Japan 6 <1 0 [55]
40 Masa Takanashi April 1, 2012 Aprilfool 2012 Tokyo, Japan 1 33 0 Takanashi cashed in his "Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere" contract. [55]
41 Yuji Hino May 4, 2012 Max Bump 2012 Tokyo, Japan 1 51 1 [56]
42 Kota Ibushi June 24, 2012 What Are You Doing!? 2012 Tokyo, Japan 2 98 2 [57]
43 El Generico September 30, 2012 Who's Gonna Top? 2012 Tokyo, Japan 1 84 3 [58]
44 Kenny Omega December 23, 2012 Never Mind 2012 Tokyo, Japan 1 87 3 [59]
45 Shigehiro Irie March 20, 2013 Judgement 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 151 8 [60]
46 Harashima August 18, 2013 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2013 Tokyo, Japan 5 215 5 [61]
47 Kudo March 21, 2014 Judgement 2014 Tokyo, Japan 2 65 2 [62]
48 Harashima May 25, 2014 Yūjō, Doryoku, Shōri! in Nagoya 2014 Nagoya, Japan 6 266 7 [63]
49 Kota Ibushi February 15, 2015 Saitama Super DDT 2015 Saitama, Japan 3 73 1 [64]
50 Harashima April 29, 2015 Max Bump 2015 Tokyo, Japan 7 32 1 [65]
51 Kudo May 31, 2015 Audience 2015 Tokyo, Japan 3 28 0 [66]
52 Ken Ohka June 28, 2015 King of DDT 2015 Tokyo Tokyo, Japan 1 <1 0 This was a three-way match, also involving Yasu Urano. Both Ohka and Urano cashed in their "Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere" contracts. [67]
53 Kudo June 28, 2015 King of DDT 2015 Tokyo Tokyo, Japan 4 56 0 [67]
54 Yukio Sakaguchi August 23, 2015 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2015 Tokyo, Japan 1 97 2 [68]
55 Isami Kodaka November 28, 2015 Osaka Octopus 2015 Osaka, Japan 1 114 3 [69]
56 Harashima March 21, 2016 Judgement 2016: DDT 19th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 8 34 2 [70]
57 Daisuke Sasaki April 24, 2016 Max Bump 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 35 1 Sasaki cashed in his "Right to Challenge Anytime, Anywhere" contract. [71]
58 Konosuke Takeshita May 29, 2016 Audience 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 91 3 [72]
59 Shuji Ishikawa August 28, 2016 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2016 Tokyo, Japan 4 98 2 [73]
60 Harashima December 4, 2016 Osaka Octopus 2016 Osaka, Japan 9 106 3 [74]
61 Konosuke Takeshita March 20, 2017 Judgement 2017: DDT 20th Anniversary Saitama, Japan 2 405 11 [75]
62 Shigehiro Irie April 29, 2018 Max Bump 2018 Tokyo, Japan 2 94 2 [76]
63 Sami Callihan August 1, 2018 Rockstar Pro Wrestling Amped Dayton, Ohio 1 7 0 This was a three-way match also involving Trey Miguel. [77]
64 Shigehiro Irie August 8, 2018 Rockstar Pro Wrestling Amped Dayton, Ohio 3 6 0 [78]
65 Danshoku Dino August 14, 2018 MajiManji Tokyo, Japan 3 14 0 Dino cashed in his "Right to Challenge Anywhere, Anytime" contract. [79]
66 Meiko Satomura August 28, 2018 MajiManji Tokyo, Japan 1 26 0 Satomura cashed in her "Right to Challenge Anywhere, Anytime" contract. Satomura was the first woman to win the KO-D Openweight Championship. [80]
67 Danshoku Dino September 23, 2018 Road To Ryōgoku 2018 Tokyo, Japan 4 28 0 This was a three–way elimination match also involving Shigehiro Irie. [81]
68 Daisuke Sasaki October 21, 2018 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2018 Tokyo, Japan 2 119 1 [82]
69 Konosuke Takeshita February 17, 2019 Judgement 2019: DDT 22nd Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 3 46 1 [83]
70 Daisuke Sasaki April 4, 2019 DDT Coming to America Queens, New York 3 <1 0 [84]
71 Tetsuya Endo April 4, 2019 DDT Coming to America Queens, New York 1 102 4 Endo cashed in his "Right to Challenge Anywhere, Anytime" contract. [84]
72 Konosuke Takeshita July 15, 2019 Wrestle Peter Pan 2019 Tokyo, Japan 4 111 2 [85][86]
73 Harashima November 3, 2019 Ultimate Party 2019 Tokyo, Japan 10 84 1 This match was also for Harashima's DDT Extreme Championship. [87][88]
74 Masato Tanaka January 26, 2020 Sweet Dreams! 2020 Tokyo, Japan 1 133 4 [89][90]
75 Tetsuya Endo June 7, 2020 Wrestle Peter Pan 2020 Tokyo, Japan 2 252 3 [91][92]
76 Jun Akiyama February 14, 2021 Kawasaki Strong 2021 Tokyo, Japan 1 188 3 [93]
77 Konosuke Takeshita August 21, 2021 Wrestle Peter Pan 2021 Kawasaki, Japan 5 211 2 [94]
78 Tetsuya Endo March 20, 2022 Judgement 2022: DDT 25th Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 3 86 1 [95]
Vacated June 14, 2022 Endo vacated the title after having suffered a concussion on June 12, at CyberFight Festival 2022. [1][9]
79 Kazusada Higuchi July 3, 2022 King of DDT 2022 Final Tokyo, Japan 1 35+ 0 Defeated Naomi Yoshimura in the finals of the 2022 King of DDT Tournament to win the vacant title. [96]

Combined reigns

Three-time champion Tetsuya Endo was the first recipient of the third belt.
Three-time champion Tetsuya Endo was the first recipient of the third belt.
Harashima, who holds the record for most reigns with 10, most combined defences with 27 and most combined days as champion at 1,314.
Harashima, who holds the record for most reigns with 10, most combined defences with 27 and most combined days as champion at 1,314.
Konosuke Takeshita, five-time champion and longest reign record holder at 405 days.
Konosuke Takeshita, five-time champion and longest reign record holder at 405 days.
Indicates the current champions
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Harashima 10 27 1,314
2 Konosuke Takeshita 5 19 864
3 Sanshiro Takagi 6 9 605
4 Tetsuya Endo 3 8 440
5 Shuji Ishikawa/Koo 4 8 410
6 Dick Togo/Francesco Togo 4 9 357
7 Kudo 4 7 338
8 Poison Sawada Julie 2 5 329
9 Mikami 3 4 307
10 Toru Owashi 1 2 271
11 Kota Ibushi 3 5 269
12 Danshoku Dino 4 3 266
13 Shigehiro Irie 3 10 253
14 Koichiro Kimura/Super Uchuu Power 3 2 220
15 Jun Akiyama 1 3 188
16 Daisuke Sasaki 3 2 159
17 Daisuke Sekimoto 1 4 147
18 Nosawa 1 0 146
19 Masato Tanaka 1 4 133
20 Isami Kodaka 1 3 114
21 Shoichi Ichimiya 1 0 108
22 Takashi Sasaki 1 2 101
23 Kintaro Kanemura 1 1 99
24 Masao Orihara 1 0 98
25 Yukio Sakaguchi 1 2 97
26 Exciting Yoshida 1 2 93
27 Kenny Omega 1 3 87
28 El Generico 1 3 84
29 Yuji Hino 1 1 51
Antonio Honda 0 35
30 Kazusada Higuchi 1 0 35+
31 Masa Takanashi 1 0 33
32 Meiko Satomura 1 0 26
33 Gentaro 1 0 23
34 Hikaru Sato 1 0 14
35 Sami Callihan 1 0 7
36 Ken Ohka 1 0 <1

See also

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