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KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship
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The KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship belts
Details
PromotionDDT Pro-Wrestling
Date establishedDecember 23, 2012[1]
Current champion(s)Shinya Aoki, Super Sasadango Machine and Yuki Ueno
Date wonFebruary 26, 2023

The KO-D (King of DDT) 6-Man Tag Team Championship (Japanese: KO-D6人タッグ王座, Hepburn: KO-D Roku-nin Taggu Ōza) is a professional wrestling championship owned by the DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT) promotion.

The title was first announced during DDT's year-end event on December 23, 2012, becoming the promotion's fifth active title.[1] The first champions were crowned on January 12, 2013. The title has also been defended in All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) as part of a relationship between DDT and AJPW.[8] The championship is contested for by teams of three wrestlers.

Like most professional wrestling championships, the title is won as a result of a scripted match. As of May 22, 2022, there have been 50 reigns shared among 58 wrestlers and 37 teams. The title is currently held by Shinya Aoki, Super Sasadango Machine and Yuki Ueno who are in their first reign as a team.

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Japanese language

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Hepburn romanization

Hepburn romanization

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Professional wrestling

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DDT Pro-Wrestling

DDT Pro-Wrestling

DDT Pro-Wrestling is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion based in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Its name stands for Dramatic Dream Team, which was the promotion's official name from 1997 to 2004. Founded in March 1997 by Shintaro Muto, the promotion was eventually bought and managed by Shoichi Ichimiya until December 2005, when Sanshiro Takagi took over as the new president. In 2017, DDT was sold to CyberAgent. Takagi retained his position, while Takahiro Yamauchi took over as the new DDT director.

Professional wrestling promotion

Professional wrestling promotion

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All Japan Pro Wrestling

All Japan Pro Wrestling

All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW/AJP) or simply All Japan is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion established on October 21, 1972 when Giant Baba split away from the Japanese Wrestling Association and created his own promotion. Many wrestlers had left with Baba, with many more joining the following year when JWA folded. From the mid-1970s, All Japan was firmly established as the largest promotion in Japan. As the 1990s began, aging stars gave way to a younger generation including Mitsuharu Misawa, "Dr. Death" Steve Williams, Kenta Kobashi, Gary Albright, Toshiaki Kawada, Mike Barton, Akira Taue and Jun Akiyama, leading to perhaps AJPW's most profitable period in the 1990s.

Shinya Aoki

Shinya Aoki

Shinya Aoki is a Japanese mixed martial artist, professional wrestler and grappler currently competing in ONE Championship's and Rizin Fighting Federation's Welterweight division. He also competes in DDT Pro-Wrestling where he is a former three-time DDT Extreme Champion. A professional competitor since 2003, he is noted for being the DREAM Lightweight Champion, former two time ONE Lightweight World Champion, former WAMMA Lightweight Champion and former Shooto Welterweight Champion. Aoki is an A-class Shootist and BJJ black belt, both under his long-term mentor Yuki Nakai, as well as a Black Belt Judoka. As of 2008, Aoki, along with DEEP champion Masakazu Imanari, and Sengoku champion Satoru Kitaoka have founded the "Nippon Top Team" as a group of elite Japanese grapplers competing in MMA. As well as his MMA credentials, Aoki has garnered several submission grappling accolades including two All Japan Jiu-Jitsu Championships, a Japan Open Jiu-Jitsu Championship, a Budo Open Championship, and an ADCC Japan Championship. As of October 6, 2022, he is ranked #5 in the ONE Lightweight rankings.

Yoshihiro Sakai

Yoshihiro Sakai

Yoshihiro Sakai is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Super Sasadango Machine and is currently working for the Japanese professional wrestling promotion DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT).

Yuki Ueno

Yuki Ueno

Yuki Ueno is a Japanese professional wrestler currently working for the Japanese professional wrestling promotion DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT).

History

DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT) had previously promoted matches for the Jiyugaoka 6-Person Tag Team Championship, the Sea Of Japan 6-Person Tag Team Championship and the UWA World Trios Championship, but although all three titles were last held by DDT wrestlers, none of them have been seen in the promotion since the end of 2010.[9][10] The inaugural KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions were determined on January 12, 2013, in a four-team single-elimination tournament, which saw Team Dream Futures (Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao) defeat Team Shiro (Akito, Makoto Oishi and Sanshiro Takagi) in the finals to win the title.[2]

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Single-elimination tournament

Single-elimination tournament

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Keisuke Ishii

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Shigehiro Irie

Shigehiro Irie

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Soma Takao

Soma Takao

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Akito (wrestler)

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Makoto Oishi

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Sanshiro Takagi

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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 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
January 12, 2013 Osaka 24 Ward Tour: Nishi Ward Osaka, Japan 1 15 0[11] Defeated Team Shiro (Akito, Makoto Oishi and Sanshiro Takagi) in the finals of a four-team tournament to become the inaugural champions. [2]
2 Monster Army
(Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki and Yuji Hino)
January 27, 2013 Sweet Dreams! Tokyo, Japan 1 119 2[12] [11]
3 Golden☆Rendezvous~
(Gota Ihashi, Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi)
May 26, 2013 Road to Ryōgoku in Hiroshima: Dramatic Dream Toukasan Hiroshima, Japan 1 28 0 [12]
4 Monster Army
(Antonio Honda (2), Hoshitango and Yuji Hino (2))
June 23, 2013 What Are You Doing 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 28 0[13] [14]
5 Ten Million Gay Powers
(Danshoku Dino, Kensuke Sasaki and Makoto Oishi)
July 21, 2013 Road to Ryōgoku 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 28 0[15] [13]
6 Akebono, Sanshiro Takagi and Toru Owashi August 18, 2013 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 127 2[16] [15]
7 Team Homo Sapiens
(Aja Kong, Danshoku Dino (2) and Makoto Oishi (2))
December 23, 2013 Never Mind 2013 Tokyo, Japan 1 62 1[17] [16]
8 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
February 23, 2014 Into The Fight 2014 Tokyo, Japan 2 48 1[18] [17]
9 Golden☆Storm Riders
(Daisuke Sasaki (2), Kenny Omega (2) and Kota Ibushi (2))
April 12, 2014 Pro-Wrestling Road to Saitama Super Arena 2nd Kasukabe, Japan 1 22 1[19] [18]
10 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
May 4, 2014 Road to Ryogoku in Sendai: Dramatic Dream Tan Sendai, Japan 1 70 1[20] [21]
11 Happy Motel
(Antonio Honda (3), Konosuke Takeshita and Tetsuya Endo)
July 13, 2014 Road to Ryōgoku in Osaka: Dramatic Dream Tsutenkaku Osaka, Japan 1 7 0[22] [20]
12 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
July 20, 2014 Road to Ryōgoku 2014 Tokyo, Japan 2 28 0[23] This was a three-way match, also involving Team Dream Futures (Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao). [22]
13 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
August 17, 2014 Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2014 Tokyo, Japan 3 42 2[24] [23]
14 T2Hii
(Kazuki Hirata, Sanshiro Takagi (2) and Toru Owashi (2))
September 28, 2014 DDT Dramatic General Election 2014 Tokyo, Japan 1 63 1[25] [24]
15 Brahman Kei, Brahman Shu and Gorgeous Matsuno November 30, 2014 God Bless DDT 2014 Tokyo, Japan 1 77 2[26] [25]
16 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
February 15, 2015 Saitama Super DDT 2015 Saitama, Japan 3 14 0[27] [26]
17 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
March 1, 2015 Osaka 24 Ward Tour: Minato Ward Osaka, Japan 4 20 0[28] [27]
18 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
March 21, 2015 Saitama Slam Special! 2015 Kasukabe, Japan 4 21 0[29] [28]
19 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
April 11, 2015 Road to Ryōgoku 2015 in Kokura Kitakyushu, Japan 5 169 5[30] [29]
20 #OhkaEmpire
(Danshoku Dino (3), Ken Ohka and Super Sasadango Machine)
September 27, 2015 Who's Gonna Top? Tokyo, Japan 1 56 1[31] [30]
21 T2Hii
(Kazuki Hirata, Sanshiro Takagi (3) and Toru Owashi (3))
November 22, 2015 Three Dreams 2015 Hiroshima, Japan 2 42 1[32] [31]
22 #OhkaEmpire
(Kenso, Danshoku Dino (4) and Super Sasadango Machine (2))
January 3, 2016 New Year Otoshidama Special! All Seats 2,000 Yen!! 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 35 0[33] [32]
23 T2Hii
(Kazuki Hirata, Sanshiro Takagi (4) and Toru Owashi (4))
February 7, 2016 Saitama Slam! Vol. 8 Kawaguchi, Japan 3 21 0[34] This was an elimination match. [33]
24 Kazusada Higuchi, Kouki Iwasaki and Shunma Katsumata February 28, 2016 Into The Fight 2016 Tokyo, Japan 1 77 2[35] [34]
25 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
May 15, 2016 Yūjō, Doryoku, Shōri in Nagoya 2016 Nagoya, Japan 6 14 1[36] [35]
Vacated May 29, 2016 Audience 2016 Tokyo, Japan Team Dream Futures vacated the title due to splitting up as a team. [36]
26 Damnation
(Daisuke Sasaki (3), Mad Paulie and Tetsuya Endo (2))
August 6, 2016 Saitama Slam! Vol. 13 Kasukabe, Japan 1 127 1[37] Damnation defeated Shuten-dōji (Kota Umeda, Masahiro Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi) in the finals of a tournament to win the vacant title. [38]
27 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masahiro Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
December 11, 2016 Road to Super Arena Fukuoka, Japan 5 42 2[39] [37]
28 Team DNA
(Kazusada Higuchi (2), Kouki Iwasaki (2) and Mizuki Watase)
January 22, 2017 Best Western Lariat Series 2017 Tokyo, Japan 1 57 1[40] This was a three-way match, also involving Antonio Honda, Konosuke Takeshita and Trans-Am★Hiroshi. [39]
29 NωA
(Makoto Oishi (3), Mao and Shunma Katsumata (2))
March 20, 2017 Judgement 2017: DDT 20th Anniversary Saitama, Japan 1 97 3[41] This was a three-way match, also involving Smile Squash (Akito, Soma Takao and Yasu Urano). [40]
30 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masahiro Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
June 25, 2017 King of DDT 2017 Tokyo, Japan 6 107 3[42] [41]
Vacated October 10, 2017 Title vacated when Kudo suffered a concussion and failed to make a scheduled title defense. [43]
31 All Out
(Akito, Diego and Konosuke Takeshita (2))
November 2, 2017 Shin-kiba! I'm Back Tokyo, Japan 1 38 1[44] Defeated Damnation (Daisuke Sasaki, Mad Paulie and Shuji Ishikawa) to win the vacant title. [45]
32 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masahiro Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
December 10, 2017 Wrestling Tonkotsu 2017 Fukuoka, Japan 7 105 1[46] [44]
33 Koju Takeda, Kota Umeda and Yuki Ueno March 25, 2018 Judgement 2018: DDT 21st Anniversary Tokyo, Japan 1 92 1[47] [47]
34 All Out
(Akito (2), Shunma Katsumata (3) and Konosuke Takeshita (3))
June 25, 2018 What Are You Doing 2018 Tokyo, Japan 1 36 1[48] [48]
Vacated July 31, 2018 Title vacated when Konosuke Takeshita injured his right shoulder. [49]
35 Damnation
(Tetsuya Endo (3), Mad Paulie (2) and Soma Takao (7))
September 4, 2018 MajiManji #16 Tokyo, Japan 1 54 1[50] Defeated Shuten-dōji (Kudo, Masahiro Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi) to win the vacant title. [50]
36 #StrongHearts
(Cima, T-Hawk and Duan Yingnan)
October 28, 2018 DDT Live! MajiManji #21 Korakuen Hall Special Tokyo, Japan 1 67 0
37 All Out
(Akito (3), Konosuke Takeshita (4) and Yuki Iino)
January 3, 2019 DDT Live! MajiManji Super - New Year Special Tokyo, Japan 1 77 2
38 Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling
(Chihiro Hashimoto, Dash Chisako and Meiko Satomura)
March 21, 2019 Into The Fight 2019 Tokyo, Japan 1 95 1 [51]
39 All Out
(Konosuke Takeshita (5), Shunma Katsumata (4) and Yuki Iino (2))
June 24, 2019 DDT/Sendai Girls All Out X Tokyo, Japan 1 272 3 [52]
40 #DamnHearts
(Tetsuya Endo (4), T-Hawk (2) and El Lindaman)
March 22, 2020 Dramatic Hyakumangoku! 2020 Tokyo, Japan 1 90 2 [53]
41 Eruption
(Kazusada Higuchi (3), Yukio Sakaguchi (8) and Saki Akai)
June 20, 2020 DDT TV Show! #7 Tokyo, Japan 1 147 3 [54]
42 Wakate Tsūshin Sedai
(Akito (4), Kazuki Hirata (4) and Shota)
November 14, 2020 DDT TV Show! #12 Tokyo, Japan 1 120 2 [55]
43 Damnation
(Tetsuya Endo (5), Soma Takao (8) and Yuji Hino (3))
March 14, 2021 Day Dream Believer 2021 Tokyo, Japan 1 174 3 [56]
Vacated September 4, 2021 Dramatic Survivor 2021 Nagoya, Japan As a result of having lost the Dramatic Survivor tournament, Damnation were forced to disband. The title was immediately vacated. [57]
44 Pheromones
(Danshoku "Dandy" Dino (5), Yuki "Sexy" Iino (3) and Yumehito "Fantastic" Imanari)
November 3, 2021 D-Oh Grand Prix 2021 II in Ota-ku Tokyo, Japan 1 158 2 Defeated Sanshiro Takagi, Shinya Aoki and Yusuke Okada to win the vacant titles. [58]
45 Damnation T.A
(Daisuke Sasaki (4), Minoru Fujita and MJ Paul (3))
April 10, 2022 April Fool 2022 Tokyo, Japan 1 11 0 [59]
Vacated April 21, 2022 Title vacated when Minoru Fujita suffered an injury. [60]
46 Damnation T.A
(Daisuke Sasaki (5), MJ Paul (4) and Kanon)
May 22, 2022 Audience 2022 Tokyo, Japan 1 139 2 Defeated Eruption (Yukio Sakaguchi, Kazusada Higuchi and Hideki Okatani) in the final of a four-team tournament to win the vacant title. [61]
47 Omega
(Yuji Hino (4), Makoto Oishi (4) and Shiori Asahi)
October 8, 2022 Get Alive 2022 Tokyo, Japan 1 35 0 [62]
48 Naruki Doi, Toru Owashi (5) and Kazuki Hirata (5) November 12, 2022 D-Oh Grand Prix 2022 in Osaka Osaka, Japan 1 47 0 [63]
49 Burning
(Tetsuya Endo (6), Kotaro Suzuki and Yusuke Okada)
December 29, 2022 Never Mind 2022 Tokyo, Japan 1 59 1 [64]
50 Shinya Aoki, Super Sasadango Machine (3) and Yuki Ueno (2) February 26, 2023 Into The Fight 2023 Tokyo, Japan 1 22+ 0 [65]

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Daisuke Sasaki

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Hoshitango Imachi

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Combined reigns

As of March 20, 2023.

Indicates the current champions

By team

Record seven-time champions as a team, Shuten-dōji (Kudo, Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi).
Record seven-time champions as a team, Shuten-dōji (Kudo, Masa Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi).
Former champions, Eruption (Kazusada Higuchi, Saki Akai and Yukio Sakaguchi.
Former champions, Eruption (Kazusada Higuchi, Saki Akai and Yukio Sakaguchi.
Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined
days
1 Shuten-dōji
(Kudo, Masa Takanashi/Masahiro Takanashi and Yukio Sakaguchi)
7 7 387
2 Team Dream Futures
(Keisuke Ishii, Shigehiro Irie and Soma Takao)
6 8 308
3 All Out
(Konosuke Takeshita, Shunma Katsumata and Yuki Iino)
1 3 272
4 Damnation
(Tetsuya Endo, Soma Takao and Yuji Hino)
1 3 174
5 Pheromones
(Danshoku "Dandy" Dino, Yuki "Sexy" Iino and Yumehito "Fantastic" Imanari)
1 2 158
6 Eruption
(Kazusada Higuchi, Yukio Sakaguchi and Saki Akai)
1 3 147
7 Damnation T.A
(Daisuke Sasaki, MJ Paul and Kanon)
1 2 139
8 Akebono, Sanshiro Takagi and Toru Owashi 1 2 127
9 Damnation
(Daisuke Sasaki, Mad Paulie and Tetsuya Endo)
1 1 127
10 T2Hii
(Kazuki Hirata, Sanshiro Takagi and Toru Owashi)
3 2 126
11 Wakate Tsūshin Sedai
(Akito, Kazuki Hirata and Shota)
1 2 120
12 Monster Army
(Antonio Honda, Daisuke Sasaki and Yuji Hino)
1 2 119
13 NωA
(Makoto Oishi, Mao and Shunma Katsumata)
1 3 97
14 Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling
(Chihiro Hashimoto, Dash Chisako and Meiko Satomura)
1 1 95
15 Koju Takeda, Kota Umeda and Yuki Ueno 1 1 92
16 #DamnHearts
(Tetsuya Endo, T-Hawk and El Lindaman)
1 2 90
17 All Out
(Akito, Konosuke Takeshita and Yuki Iino)
1 2 77
Brahman Kei, Brahman Shu and Gorgeous Matsuno 1 2 77
Kazusada Higuchi, Kouki Iwasaki and Shunma Katsumata 1 2 77
20 #StrongHearts
(Cima, T-Hawk and Duan Yingnan)
1 0 67
21 Team Homo Sapiens
(Aja Kong, Danshoku Dino and Makoto Oishi)
1 1 62
22 Burning
(Tetsuya Endo, Kotaro Suzuki and Yusuke Okada)
1 1 59
23 Team DNA
(Kazusada Higuchi, Kouki Iwasaki and Mizuki Watase)
1 1 57
24 #OhkaEmpire
(Danshoku Dino, Ken Ohka and Super Sasadango Machine)
1 1 56
25 Damnation
(Mad Paulie, Tetsuya Endo and Soma Takao)
1 1 54
26 Naruki Doi, Toru Owashi and Kazuki Hirata 1 0 47
27 All Out
(Akito, Diego and Konosuke Takeshita)
1 1 38
28 All Out
(Akito, Shunma Katsumata and Konosuke Takeshita)
1 1 36
29 #OhkaEmpire
(Kenso, Danshoku Dino and Super Sasadango Machine)
1 0 35
Omega
(Yuji Hino, Makoto Oishi and Shiori Asahi)
1 0 35
31 Ten Million Gay Powers
(Danshoku Dino, Kensuke Sasaki and Makoto Oishi)
1 0 28
Golden☆Rendezvous~
(Gota Ihashi, Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi)
1 0 28
Monster Army
(Antonio Honda, Hoshitango and Yuji Hino)
1 0 28
34 Shinya Aoki, Super Sasadango Machine and Yuki Ueno 1 0 22+
35 Golden☆Storm Riders
(Daisuke Sasaki, Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi)
1 1 22
36 Damnation T.A
(Daisuke Sasaki, Minoru Fujita and MJ Paul)
1 0 11
37 Happy Motel
(Antonio Honda, Konosuke Takeshita and Tetsuya Endo)
1 0 7

By wrestler

Record tying eight-time champion, Soma Takao.
Record tying eight-time champion, Soma Takao.
Rank Team No. of
reigns
Combined
defenses
Combined days
1 Soma Takao 8 11 536
2 Yukio Sakaguchi 8 10 534
3 Tetsuya Endo 6 8 511
4 Yuki Iino/Yuki "Sexy" Iino 3 7 507
5 Shunma Katsumata 4 8 482
6 Konosuke Takeshita 5 7 430
7 Daisuke Sasaki 5 6 418
8 Kudo 7 7 387
Masa/Masahiro Takanashi 7 7 387
10 Yuji Hino 4 5 356
11 Danshoku Dino/Danshoku "Dandy" Dino 5 4 339
12 Mad Paulie/MJ Paul 4 4 331
13 Keisuke Ishii 6 8 308
Shigehiro Irie 6 8 308
15 Toru Owashi 5 4 300
16 Kazuki Hirata 5 4 293
17 Kazusada Higuchi 2 5 281
18 Akito 4 6 272
19 Sanshiro Takagi 4 4 253
20 Makoto Oishi 4 4 222
21 Yumehito "Fantastic" Imanari 1 2 158
22 T-Hawk 2 2 157
23 Antonio Honda 3 2 154
24 Saki Akai 1 3 147
25 Kanon 1 2 139
26 Kouki Iwasaki 2 3 134
27 Akebono 1 2 127
28 Shota 1 2 120
29 Yuki Ueno 2 1 114+
30 Super Sasadango Machine 3 1 113+
31 Mao 1 3 97
32 Chihiro Hashimoto 1 1 95
Dash Chisako 1 1 95
Meiko Satomura 1 1 95
35 Koju Takeda 1 1 92
Kota Umeda 1 1 92
37 El Lindaman 1 2 90
38 Brahman Kei 1 2 77
Brahman Shu 1 2 77
Gorgeous Matsuno 1 2 77
41 Cima 1 0 67
Duan Yingnan 1 0 67
43 Aja Kong 1 1 62
44 Kotaro Suzuki 1 1 59
Yusuke Okada 1 1 59
46 Mizuki Watase 1 1 57
47 Ken Ohka 1 1 56
48 Kenny Omega 2 1 50
Kota Ibushi 2 1 50
50 Naruki Doi 1 0 47
51 Diego 1 1 38
52 Kenso 1 0 35
Shiori Asahi 1 0 35
54 Gota Ihashi 1 0 28
Hoshitango 1 0 28
Kensuke Sasaki 1 0 28
57 Shinya Aoki 1 0 22+
58 Minoru Fujita 1 0 11

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Kudo (wrestler)

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Atsushi Kudo is a Japanese professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Kudo. Signed to the DDT Pro-Wrestling promotion, he is currently in his seventh reign as one third of the KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Champions, while also being a former four-time KO-D Openweight Champion, four-time KO-D Tag Team Champion and the winner of the 2005 and 2011 King of DDT tournaments. Kudo has also made several trips to the United States, working for various independent promotions including Chikara, Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South (IWA-MS), International Wrestling Cartel (IWC), IWA East Coast and NWA Upstate.

Masa Takanashi

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Saki Akai

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Soma Takao

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Konosuke Takeshita

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Shunma Katsumata

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Damnation (professional wrestling)

Damnation (professional wrestling)

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Danshoku Dino

Danshoku Dino

Akiru Miyashita , better known by his ring name Danshoku Dino , also written Danshoku Dieno, is a Japanese professional wrestler. Dino has spent most of his career competing for DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT), where he plays an overly exaggerated homosexual character. His ring name comes from the Japanese name for the character Baron Dino from the manga series Sakigake!! Otokojuku.

Source: "KO-D 6-Man Tag Team Championship", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, March 20th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KO-D_6-Man_Tag_Team_Championship.

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