Princess of Princess Championship
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Miyu Yamashita with the current belt design in 2016
Details
PromotionTokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling
Date establishedNovember 3, 2019[1]
Current champion(s)Shoko Nakajima
Date wonMarch 19, 2022
Other name(s)
  • Tokyo Princess of Princess Championship
    (2016–2019)
  • Princess of Princess Championship
    (2019–present)

The Princess of Princess Championship (Japanese: プリンセス・オブ・プリンセス王座, Hepburn: Purinsesu Obu Purinsesu Ōza) is a women's professional wrestling championship owned by the Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling (TJPW). The title, which is situated at the top of TJPW's championship hierarchy, was introduced on October 12, 2015,[1] and the inaugural champion was crowned on January 4, 2016, when Miyu Yamashita defeated Shoko Nakajima.[2]

Like most professional wrestling championships, the title is won as a result of a scripted match. As of April 19, 2022, there have been ten reigns shared among six wrestlers. Shoko Nakajima is the current champion in her second reign.

Title history

Names

Name Years
Tokyo Princess of Princess Championship January 4, 2016 – July 16, 2019
Princess of Princess Championship July 16, 2019 – present

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 Miyu Yamashita January 4, 2016 Tokyo Joshi Puroresu '16 Tokyo, Japan 1 262 2[5] Yamashita defeated Shoko Nakajima in a decision match to become inaugural champion. [2]
2 Yuu September 22, 2016 Shinjuku Love Rin Tokyo, Japan 1 255 4[6] [5]
3 Yuka Sakazaki June 4, 2017 At this Time, Get Excited in Shinjuku! Tokyo, Japan 1 83 0[7] [6]
4 Reika Saiki August 26, 2017 Brand New Wrestling: The Beginning of a New Era Tokyo, Japan 1 131 2[4] [7]
5 Miyu Yamashita January 4, 2018 Tokyo Joshi Pro Tokyo, Japan 2 484 10[8] [4]
6 Shoko Nakajima May 3, 2019 Yes! Wonderland 2019: Opportunity is There Tokyo, Japan 1 184 3[3] [4]
7 Yuka Sakazaki November 3, 2019 Ultimate Party 2019 Tokyo, Japan 2 428 4[9] [3]
8 Rika Tatsumi January 4, 2021 Tokyo Joshi Pro '21 Tokyo, Japan 1 120 2 [9][10]
9 Miyu Yamashita May 4, 2021 Yes! Wonderland 2021: We Are Still In The Middle Of Our Dreams Tokyo, Japan 3 319 4 [11]
10 Shoko Nakajima March 19, 2022 Grand Princess '22 Tokyo, Japan 2 112+ 4 [12]

Combined reigns

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Miyu Yamashita 3 16 1,065
2 Yuka Sakazaki 2 4 511
3 Shoko Nakajima 2 7 296+
4 Yuu 1 4 255
5 Reika Saiki 1 2 131
6 Rika Tatsumi 1 2 120

References

  1. ^ a b 東京女子プロレスシングル王座創設のお知らせ. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). October 13, 2015. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  2. ^ a b c 東京女子1.4後楽園大会 中島vs.山下の初代プリプリ王座決定戦、赤宮vs.ミウラ、清水vs.KANNA、坂崎vs.キャンディス. battle-news.com (in Japanese). January 5, 2016. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  3. ^ a b c "Ultimate Party 2019~DDTグループ大集合!~". DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). Retrieved September 8, 2020.
  4. ^ a b c d 東京女子プロレス’18. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). January 4, 2018. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  5. ^ a b しんじゅくLOVEりん. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). September 22, 2016. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  6. ^ a b この際、新宿で盛り上がっちゃお!. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). June 4, 2017. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  7. ^ a b こBRAND NEW WRESTLING~新時代の幕開け~. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). August 26, 2017. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  8. ^ YES! WONDERLAND 2019~チャンスはそこにある~. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). May 3, 2019. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  9. ^ a b "東京女子プロレス'21". DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). January 4, 2021. Retrieved January 7, 2021.
  10. ^ Harris, Bethany (January 4, 2021). "#AndNEW: Rika Tatsumi Wins Princess of Princess Championship". Last Word on Pro Wrestling. Retrieved January 7, 2021.
  11. ^ YES! WONDERLAND 2021~僕らはまだ夢の途中~. DDT Pro-Wrestling (in Japanese). May 4, 2021. Retrieved May 4, 2021.
  12. ^ Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling (March 19, 2022). GRAND PRINCESS '22. ddtpro.com (in Japanese). Retrieved March 19, 2022.