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Super Junior Tag League trophy
Super Junior Tag League trophy

The Super Junior Tag League is a professional wrestling tag team tournament held by New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW).

Established in 2010, but preceded by the G1 Climax Junior Heavyweight Tag League in 2001 (won by El Samurai and Jushin Thunder Liger), it is the junior heavyweight equivalent of the World Tag League for heavyweight tag teams.[1] From 2010 to 2017, it was named the Super Junior Tag Tournament and followed a single-elimination format, before becoming the Super Junior Tag League in 2018, switching to a round-robin format. Since the tournament's inception, there were two years where the tournament did not take place—in 2011 and 2020 (due to major changes to NJPW's schedule during the COVID-19 pandemic).

Super Junior Tag Tournament (2010–2017)

Tournament Year Winner SJTT won
(team)
SJTT won
(individual)
Final venue Ref.
Super J Tag Tournament 2010 El Samurai & Koji Kanemoto 1 1, 1 JCB Hall [2]
Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2012 Time Splitters
(Alex Shelley & Kushida)
1 1, 1 Korakuen Hall [3]
Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2013 The Young Bucks
(Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson)
1 1, 1 Korakuen Hall [4]
Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2014 reDRagon
(Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly)
1 1, 1 Gifu Industry Hall [5]
Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2015 Matt Sydal & Ricochet 1 1, 1 Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium [6]
Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2016 Roppongi Vice
(Beretta & Rocky Romero)
1 1, 1 Edion Arena Osaka [7]
Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2017 Roppongi 3K
(Sho & Yoh)
1 1, 1 Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium [8]

2010

Super J Tag Tournament was a one-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling and took place on May 8.[9] Most of the wrestlers involved were signed to New Japan but did feature wrestlers from other promotions like Mascara Dorada & Valiente from Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, Kota Ibushi from Dramatic Dream Team, Fujita Hayato & Taro Nohashi from Michinoku Pro Wrestling, and Kushida from Smash.[10]

El Samurai & Koji Kanemoto defeated Apollo 55 (Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi) to win the tournament and become IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions.

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Fujita Hayato & Taro Nohashi Pin
Jushin Thunder Liger & Nobuo Yoshihashi 10:51[2]
Fujita Hayato & Taro Nohashi Sub
El Samurai & Koji Kanemoto 12:45[2]
El Samurai & Koji Kanemoto Sub
Davey Richards & Tama Tonga 10:50[2]
El Samurai & Koji Kanemoto Pin
Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi 21:27[2]
Gedo & Kushida Pin
Austin Creed & Kota Ibushi 13:18[2]
Gedo & Kushida Pin
Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi 11:36[2]
Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
Mascara Dorada & Valiente 7:59[2]

2012

Super Jr. Tag Tournament 2012 was a two-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The preliminary round took place on October 21 and the semi-final and final took place on November 2.[11] The tournament utilized wrestlers mostly signed to New Japan but also included Negro Casas from Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, Taka Michinoku from Kaientai Dojo, and freelancer Brian Kendrick.[12]

Time Splitters (Alex Shelley & Kushida) defeated Apollo 55 (Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi) to win the tournament and become the number one contenders to the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.[13] They challenged the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champions Forever Hooligans (Alex Koslov & Rocky Romero) to a title match at Power Struggle on November 11.

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask Pin
Alex Koslov & Rocky Romero 9:28[14]
Alex Koslov & Rocky Romero Pin
Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi 9:19[3]
Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
Brian Kendrick & Low Ki 10:03[14]
Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
Alex Shelley & Kushida 16:42[3]
Alex Shelley & Kushida Pin
Jado & Gedo 13:26[14]
Alex Shelley & Kushida Pin
Taichi & Taka Michinoku 8:13[3]
Bushi & Negro Casas Pin
Taichi & Taka Michinoku 10:24[14]

2013

The 2013 Super Jr. Tag Tournament was a two-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The preliminary round took take place on October 25 and the semi-final and final on November 6.[15] The debuting Young Bucks won the tournament and on November 9 at Power Struggle, defeated Taichi & Taka Michinoku to also win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask Pin
Jado & Gedo 9:16[16]
Jado & Gedo Pin
The Young Bucks 9:31[4]
Beretta & Brian Kendrick Pin
The Young Bucks 10:35[16]
The Young Bucks Pin
Forever Hooligans 19:13[4]
Kushida & Yohei Komatsu Pin
Bushi & Valiente 9:37[16]
Bushi & Valiente Pin
Forever Hooligans 10:28[4]
Forever Hooligans Pin
Taichi & Taka Michinoku 9:06[16]

2014

The 2014 Super Jr. Tag Tournament was a four-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The preliminary round took place on October 25, the semifinals on November 1 and 2, and the final on November 3.[17] For the third year in a row, the tournament's winning team, reDRagon, went on to also capture the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship at Power Struggle.

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask Pin
The Young Bucks 8:32[18]
The Young Bucks Pin
El Desperado & Taichi 12:04[19]
Fuego & Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
El Desperado & Taichi 12:19[18]
The Young Bucks Pin
reDRagon 15:04[5]
Time Splitters Pin
Forever Hooligans 15:43[18]
Forever Hooligans Pin
reDRagon 15:03[20]
Bushi & Máscara Dorada Pin
reDRagon 10:21[18]

2015

Ricochet and Matt Sydal upon winning the tournament in 2015
Ricochet and Matt Sydal upon winning the tournament in 2015

The 2015 Super Jr. Tag Tournament is a three-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The preliminary round took place on October 24, the semifinals on November 1, and the final on November 7 at Power Struggle.[21]

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask Pin
reDRagon 10:24[22]
reDRagon Pin
Roppongi Vice 20:06[23]
Roppongi Vice Pin
Chase Owens & Kenny Omega 13:11[22]
Roppongi Vice Pin
Matt Sydal & Ricochet 16:06[6]
Máscara Dorada and Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
The Young Bucks 11:08[22]
The Young Bucks Pin
Matt Sydal & Ricochet 12:05[23]
Time Splitters Pin
Matt Sydal & Ricochet 18:48[22]

2016

Roppongi Vice upon winning the tournament in 2016
Roppongi Vice upon winning the tournament in 2016

The 2016 Super Jr. Tag Tournament was a four-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The preliminary round took place on October 21 and 25, the semifinals on October 30, and the final on November 5 at Power Struggle.[24]

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask Sub
Fuego & Ryusuke Taguchi 9:55[25]
Fuego & Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
Roppongi Vice 15:26[27]
Ángel de Oro & Titán Pin
Roppongi Vice 12:55[25]
Roppongi Vice Pin
ACH & Taiji Ishimori 18:49[7]
David Finlay Jr. & Ricochet Pin
Gedo & Will Ospreay 8:47[26]
David Finlay & Ricochet Pin
ACH & Taiji Ishimori 15:57[27]
A. C. H. & Taiji Ishimori Pin
The Young Bucks 17:40[25]

2017

Roppongi 3K upon winning the tournament in 2017
Roppongi 3K upon winning the tournament in 2017

The 2017 Super Jr. Tag Tournament was a four-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. The preliminary round took place on October 23 and 29, the semifinals on October 30, and the final on November 5 at Power Struggle.[28]

Results
Round 1 Semifinals Final
         
Hirai Kawato & Kushida Pin
Roppongi 3K 12:39[29]
Roppongi 3K Pin
Bushi & Hiromu Takahashi 20:34[31]
Dragon Lee & Titán Pin
Bushi & Hiromu Takahashi 20:20[29]
Roppongi 3K Pin
ACH & Ryusuke Taguchi 15:51[8]
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask Pin
El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 17:28[30]
El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru Pin
ACH & Ryusuke Taguchi 17:06[31]
A. C. H. & Ryusuke Taguchi Pin
Taichi & Taka Michinoku 18:42[30]

Super Junior Tag League (2018–present)

Tournament Year Winner SJTL won
(team)
SJTL won
(individual)
Final venue Ref. Total won
(team)
Total won
(individual)
Super Jr. Tag League 2018 Roppongi 3K
(Sho & Yoh)
1 1, 1 Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium [32] 2 2, 2
Super Jr. Tag League 2019 Roppongi 3K
(Sho & Yoh)
2 2, 2 Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium [33] 3 3, 3
Super Jr. Tag League 2021 El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 1 1, 1 Korakuen Hall [34] 1 1, 1

2018

The 2018 Super Jr. Tag League was a thirteen-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. It featured eight teams in a single block. Block matches were held from October 16 to November 1, 2018 with the first and second-placed teams advancing to the final, on November 3, at Power Struggle. Due to a three-way tie at the top of the standings, the final was a three-way tag team match between the qualified teams.

Final standings
El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 10
Bushi & Shingo Takagi 10
Sho & Yoh 10
Taiji Ishimori & Robbie Eagles 6
Kushida & Chris Sabin 6
Ryusuke Taguchi & A. C. H. 6
Jushin Thunder Liger & Tiger Mask 4
Volador Jr. & Soberano Jr. 4
Results Bushi
Takagi
Liger
Tiger
Kushida
Sabin
Taguchi
A. C. H.
Volador
Soberano
Sho
Yoh
Ishimori
Eagles
Kanemaru
Desperado
Bushi
Takagi
Liger
Tiger
(10:30)
Bushi
Takagi
(16:53)
Bushi
Takagi
(12:20)
Bushi
Takagi
(13:42)
Bushi
Takagi
(21:18)
Bushi
Takagi
(14:00)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(18:04)
Liger
Tiger
Liger
Tiger
(10:30)
Kushida
Sabin
(10:20)
ACH
Taguchi
(12:42)
Liger
Tiger
(11:06)
Sho
Yoh
(11:33)
Ishimori
Eagles
(11:04)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(11:55)
Kushida
Sabin
Bushi
Takagi
(16:53)
Kushida
Sabin
(10:20)
Kushida
Sabin
(13:58)
Kushida
Sabin
(10:32)
Sho
Yoh
(15:18)
Ishimori
Eagles
(12:31)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(14:40)
Taguchi
A. C. H.
Bushi
Takagi
(12:20)
ACH
Taguchi
(12:42)
Kushida
Sabin
(13:58)
Volador
Soberano
(10:33)
ACH
Taguchi
(18:33)
Ishimori
Eagles
(13:33)
ACH
Taguchi
(13:17)
Volador
Soberano
Bushi
Takagi
(13:42)
Liger
Tiger
(11:06)
Kushida
Sabin
(10:32)
Volador
Soberano
(10:33)
Sho
Yoh
(11:55)
Volador
Soberano
(8:56)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(12:32)
Sho
Yoh
Bushi
Takagi
(21:18)
Sho
Yoh
(11:33)
Sho
Yoh
(15:18)
ACH
Taguchi
(18:33)
Sho
Yoh
(11:55)
Sho
Yoh
(10:50)
Sho
Yoh
(13:14)
Ishimori
Eagles
Bushi
Takagi
(14:00)
Ishimori
Eagles
(11:04)
Ishimori
Eagles
(12:31)
Ishimori
Eagles
(13:33)
Volador
Soberano
(8:56)
Sho
Yoh
(10:50)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(10:02)
Desperado
Kanemaru
Kanemaru
Desperado
(18:04)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(11:55)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(14:40)
ACH
Taguchi
(13:17)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(12:32)
Sho
Yoh
(13:14)
Kanemaru
Desperado
(10:02)
Final
   
1 Sho & Yoh Pin
1
1
Bushi & Takagi
Desperado & Kanemaru
15:55

2019

The 2019 Super Jr. Tag League is a fifteen-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. It features eight teams in a single block, with the first and second-placed teams advancing to a final. Block matches were held from October 16 to November 1, 2019, on the Road to Power Struggle tour, and the final was held on November 3, 2019, at Power Struggle.[33]

Final Standings
El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 10
Sho & Yoh 10
Taiji Ishimori & El Phantasmo 10
Will Ospreay & Robbie Eagles 8
Volador & Titán 8
Ryusuke Taguchi & Rocky Romero 8
T. J. Perkins & Clark Connors 2
Tiger Mask & Yuya Uemura 0
Results Sho
Yoh
Ishimori
Phantasmo
Desperado
Kanemaru
Ospreay
Eagles
Taguchi
Romero
Volador
Titán
Tiger
Uemura
TJP
Connors
Sho
Yoh
Sho
Yoh
(17:28)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(15:28)
Sho
Yoh
(21:15)
Taguchi
Romero
(23:12)
Sho
Yoh
(16:25)
Sho
Yoh
(16:10)
Sho
Yoh
(13:31)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
Sho
Yoh
(17:28)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(15:36)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(22:17)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(15:58)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(14:22)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(11:36)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(11:13)
Desperado
Kanemaru
Desperado
Kanemaru
(15:28)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(15:36)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(16:24)
Taguchi
Romero
(13:43)
Volador
Titán
(12:03)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(14:55)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(12:18)
Ospreay
Eagles
Sho
Yoh
(21:15)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(22:17)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(16:24)
Ospreay
Eagles
(22:13)
Ospreay
Eagles
(10:58)
Ospreay
Eagles
(11:33)
Ospreay
Eagles
(15:30)
Taguchi
Romero
Taguchi
Romero
(23:12)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(15:58)
Taguchi
Romero
(13:43)
Ospreay
Eagles
(22:13)
Volador
Titán
(13:57)
Taguchi
Romero
(12:32)
Taguchi
Romero
(15:37)
Volador
Titán
Sho
Yoh
(16:25)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(14:22)
Volador
Titán
(12:03)
Ospreay
Eagles
(10:58)
Volador
Titán
(13:57)
Volador
Titán
(12:58)
Volador
Titán
(12:24)
Tiger
Uemura
Sho
Yoh
(16:10)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(11:36)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(14:55)
Ospreay
Eagles
(11:33)
Taguchi
Romero
(12:32)
Volador
Titán
(12:58)
TJP
Connors
(15:06)
TJP
Connors
Sho
Yoh
(13:31)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(11:13)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(12:18)
Ospreay
Eagles
(15:30)
Taguchi
Romero
(15:37)
Volador
Titán
(12:24)
TJP
Connors
(15:06)
Final
   
1 Desperado & Kanemaru 14:13
2 Sho & Yoh Pin[33]

2021

The 2021 Super Jr. Tag League is a five-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. It features six teams in a single block, with the team having the most points at the end of the league winning the entire tournament. In case of a tie between two or more top-ranked teams in the block in terms of points, tiebreakers will be held and the winner of the tournament would be decided. Block matches will be held from August 7 to August 9 and August 16 to August 17, 2021, on the Summer Struggle 2021 tour at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Gedo & Dick Togo forfeited their match against Ryusuke Taguchi & Master Wato due to both having to be quarantined for being in contact with EVIL, who had been in physical contact with Shingo Takagi, who tested positive for COVID. Due to this situation, the official word was of giving Taguchi & Wato a bye in the tournament, thus only two league matches were held on August 16, 2021. Sho & Yoh broke up following the events of the August 16, 2021 show, causing their match against Gedo & Dick Togo to be ruled a double forfeit.[35]

Final Standings
El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru 8
Taiji Ishimori & El Phantasmo 8
Ryusuke Taguchi & Master Wato 6
Tiger Mask & Robbie Eagles 6
Sho & Yoh 0
Gedo & Dick Togo 0
Matches Sho
Yoh
Ishimori
Phantasmo
Desperado
Kanemaru
Gedo
Togo
Taguchi
Wato
Tiger
Eagles
Sho
Yoh
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(15:56)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(21:52)
Double
Forfeit
Taguchi
Wato
(19:01)
Tiger
Eagles
(14:24)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(15:56)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(21:04)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(12:57)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(15:43)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(16:22)
Desperado
Kanemaru
Desperado
Kanemaru
(21:52)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(21:04)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(18:56)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(13:52)
Tiger
Eagles
(15:45)
Gedo
Togo
Double
Forfeit
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(12:57)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(18:56)
Taguchi
Wato
(Forfeit)
Tiger
Eagles
(11:56)
Taguchi
Wato
Taguchi
Wato
(19:01)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(15:43)
Desperado
Kanemaru
(13:52)
Taguchi
Wato
(Forfeit)
Taguchi
Wato
(21:04)
Tiger
Eagles
Tiger
Eagles
(14:24)
Ishimori
Phantasmo
(16:22)
Tiger
Eagles
(15:45)
Tiger
Eagles
(11:56)
Taguchi
Wato
(21:04)
Final
   
1 El Desperado & Yoshinobu Kanemaru Pin
2 El Phantasmo & Taiji Ishimori) 21:04

2022

The 2022 Super Jr. Tag League is a sixteen-night professional wrestling tournament hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. It features ten teams in a single block, with the team having the most points at the end of the league winning the entire tournament. In case of a tie between two or more top-ranked teams in the block in terms of points, tiebreakers will be held and the winner of the tournament would be decided. Block matches will be held from November 21 to December 14, 2022, and the final will be at Sendai Sunplaza Hall in Sendai, Japan.

Current Standings
Ace Austin & Chris Bey 8
TJP & Francesco Akira 8
Alex Zayne & El Lindaman 8
Bushi & Titán 8
Yoh & Lio Rush 8
Robbie Eagles & Tiger Mask 4
Ryusuke Taguchi & Clark Connors 4
Kushida & Kevin Knight 2
Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Douki 0
Sho & Dick Togo 0
Results TJP
Akira
Austin
Bey
Eagles
Mask
Taguchi
Connors
Zayne
Lindaman
Kushida
Knight
Kanemaru
Douki
Sho
Togo
Bushi
Titán
Yoh
Rush
TJP
Akira
TJP
Akira
(9:17)
TJP
Akira
(18:56)
TJP
Akira
(12:41)
Bushi
Titán
(14:40)
TJP
Akira
(19:06)
Austin
Bey
Austin
Bey
(7:45)
Austin
Bey
(11:10)
Austin
Bey
(9:33)
Austin
Bey
(13:27)
Yoh
Rush
(15:01)
Eagles
Mask
TJP
Akira
(9:17)
Zayne
Lindaman
(10:21)
Eagles
Mask
(8:38)
Eagles
Mask
(9:58)
Yoh
Rush
(10:13)
Taguchi
Connors
Austin
Bey
(7:45)
Zayne
Lindaman
(10:41)
Taguchi
Connors
(9:22)
Taguchi
Connors
(8:21)
Bushi
Titán
(10:02)
Zayne
Lindaman
TJP
Akira
(18:56)
Zayne
Lindaman
(10:21)
Zayne
Lindaman
(10:41)
Zayne
Lindaman
(9:53)
Zayne
Lindaman
(6:15)
Kushida
Knight
Taguchi
Connors
(9:22)
Zayne
Lindaman
(9:53)
Kushida
Knight
(9:34)
Bushi
Titán
(7:57)
Yoh
Rush
(10:43)
Kanemaru
Douki
Austin
Bey
(11:10)
Eagles
Mask
(8:38)
Taguchi
Connors
(8:21)
Bushi
Titán
(11:41)
Yoh
Rush
(10:43)
Sho
Togo
TJP
Akira
(12:41)
Austin
Bey
(9:33)
Eagles
Mask
(9:58)
Zayne
Lindaman
(6:15)
Kushida
Knight
(9:34)
Bushi
Titán
Bushi
Titán
(14:40)
Austin
Bey
(13:27)
Bushi
Titán
(10:02)
Bushi
Titán
(7:57)
Bushi
Titán
(11:41)
Yoh
Rush
TJP
Akira
(19:06)
Yoh
Rush
(15:01)
Yoh
Rush
(10:13)
Yoh
Rush
(10:43)
Yoh
Rush
(10:04)
Final
   
1  
2  

See also

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