KO-D Tag Team Championship
|KO-D Tag Team Championship|
|Date established||June 2, 2001|
|Current champion(s)||ShunMao (Mao and Shunma Katsumata)|
|Date won||January 3, 2023|
CMLL KO-D Tag Team Championship
The KO-D (King of DDT) Tag Team Championship (Japanese: KO-Dタッグ王座, Hepburn: KO-D Taggu Ōza) is a professional wrestling tag team championship owned by the Japanese promotion DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT). The title was established in 2001. In its early days, DDT occasionally referred to the title as the "CMLL KO-D Tag Team Championship" (Japanese: CMLL認定KO-Dタッグ王座, Hepburn: CMLL-nintei KO-D Taggu Ōza). It is currently the only tag team championship in DDT.
Like most professional wrestling championships, the title is won via the result of a scripted match. Although the title was established at a Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) event and was defended in several other promotions, it never changed hands outside of DDT. As of November 27, 2022[update], there have been a total of 76 reigns shared between 66 different teams consisting of 60 distinctive champions and 12 vacancies. The current champions are ShunMao (Mao and Shunma Katsumata) who are in their first reign.
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The title was created in 2001 when Nosawa and Takashi Sasaki, while on tour in Mexico, allegedly defeated Starman and Vertigo on June 2, 2001, at a Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre event.
On August 16, 2001, Mikami and Super Uchuu Power vacated the title and put it up for grab in the KO-D Tag League. They then defeated Sanshiro Takagi and Shoichi Ichimiya in the finals to win it back. However, a month later, the team split up and the title was vacated again.
The title was vacated a third time in May 2002 after Mikami suffered an injury. It was once again contested in that year KO-D Tag League and won by the Suicide Boyz (Mikami and Thanomsak Toba).
The 2003 and 2004 editions of the KO-D Tag League saw respectively Seiya Morohashi and Tomohiko Hashimoto, and Hero! and Kudo win the tournament and the title.
In 2004, Glenn "Q" Spectre became the first non-Japanese wrestler to win the title when he teamed with Danshoku Dino to defeat Ryuji Ito and Sanshiro Takagi.
In February 2020, the belts were replaced with a new design featuring the current DDT logo.
On May 22, 2022, Asuka became the first woman to win the title when she teamed with Mao to defeat Calamari Drunken Kings (Chris Brookes and Masahiro Takanashi). On November 22, it was announced that Harimau (Kazusada Higuchi and Naomi Yoshimura) would vacate the title because Yoshimura suffered an injury four days prior and would be out of action.
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|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.|
|1||Nosawa and Takashi Sasaki||June 2, 2001||CMLL on Televisa||Mexico City, Mexico||1||33||1||Defeated Starman and Vertigo at Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre event to become the first champions.|
|2||Mikami and Super Uchuu Power||July 5, 2001||Non-Fix 5/7||Tokyo, Japan||1||42||1|
|—||Vacated||August 16, 2001||—||—||—||—||—||Mikami and Super Uchuu Power vacated the title in order to enter the KO-D Tag League.|
|3||Mikami and Super Uchuu Power||September 30, 2001||Sunday DDT Theater||Saitama, Japan||2||32||0||Defeated Sanshiro Takagi and Shoichi Ichimiya in the finals of the KO-D Tag League.|
|—||Vacated||November 1, 2001||Non-Fix 11/1||Tokyo, Japan||—||—||—||Title vacated after Mikami and Power split as a team.|
|4||Gentaro and Yoshiya||November 1, 2001||Non-Fix 11/1||Tokyo, Japan||1||41||1||Defeated Mikami and Thanomsak Toba.|
|5||Mikami (3) and Takashi Sasaki (2)||December 12, 2001||Never Mind 2001||Tokyo, Japan||1||155||2|
|—||Vacated||May 16, 2002||—||—||—||—||—||Title vacated due to Mikami being injured in Tokyo on April 25, 2002.|
(Mikami (4) and Thanomsak Toba)
|August 25, 2002||The Ring||Chiba, Japan||1||60||2||Defeated Poison Sawada Julie and Super Uchuu Power in the finals of the KO-D Tag League.|
(Gentaro (2) and Takashi Sasaki (3))
|October 24, 2002||Dead or Alive||Tokyo, Japan||1||99||0|
|8||Sanshiro Takagi and Tomohiko Hashimoto||January 31, 2003||Sheep||Tokyo, Japan||1||97||2|
|—||Vacated||May 8, 2003||Non-Fix 5/8||Tokyo, Japan||—||—||—||Title vacated due to Hashimoto being injured.|
|9||Seiya Morohashi and Shoichi Ichimiya||May 18, 2003||Max Bump 2003||Tokyo, Japan||1||4||0||Defeated Super Uchuu Power and Takashi Sasaki in the finals of an eight-team one-night tournament.|
|10||Takashi Sasaki (4) and Thanomsak Toba (2)||May 22, 2003||Non-Fix 5/22||Tokyo, Japan||1||112||2|
|—||Vacated||September 11, 2003||Non-Fix 9/11||Tokyo, Japan||—||—||—||Sasaki and Toba vacated the title after losing to Super Uchuu Power and Super Uchuu Power Omega.|
|11||Seiya Morohashi (2) and Tomohiko Hashimoto (2)||September 28, 2003||Who's Gonna Top? 2003||Tokyo, Japan||1||92||1||Defeated Takashi Sasaki and Thanomsak Toba in the finals of the KO-D Tag League.|
|12||Hero! and Kudo||December 29, 2003||Never Mind 2003||Tokyo, Japan||1||44||0||This was a three-way match also including Mikami and Onryo.|
(Gentaro (3) and Takashi Sasaki (5))
|February 11, 2004||Future Port||Yokohama, Japan||2||141||3|
|14||Ryuji Ito and Sanshiro Takagi (2)||July 1, 2004||Audience||Tokyo, Japan||1||30||0|
|15||Gay Machine Guns
(Danshoku Dino and Glenn "Q" Spectre)
|July 31, 2004||Boys, Be Ambitious||Tokyo, Japan||1||41||0||This was a three-way match also including Gentaro and Takashi Sasaki.|
|—||Vacated||September 10, 2004||—||—||—||—||—|
|16||Hero! and Kudo||September 30, 2004||Who's Gonna Top? 2004||Tokyo, Japan||2||33||0||Defeated Danshoku Dino and Glenn "Q" Spectre in the finals of the KO-D Tag League|
|17||Seiya Morohashi (3) and Thanomsak Toba (3)||November 2, 2004||Day Dream Believer 2004||Tokyo, Japan||1||115||3|
(Nobutaka Moribe and Tomohiko Hashimoto (3))
|February 25, 2005||Don't Try This at Home||Tokyo, Japan||1||68||1|
|19||Seiya Morohashi (4) and Thanomsak Toba (4)||May 4, 2005||Max Bump 2005||Tokyo, Japan||2||95||2||This was a three-way match also including Macho Bump and Sho Kanzaki.|
|20||Darkside Hero! (3) and Toru Owashi||August 7, 2005||Dramatic Dragons||Nagoya, Japan||1||77||1||Darkside Hero! previously held the title under the ring name Hero!.|
|21||Daichi Kakimoto and Kota Ibushi||October 23, 2005||Day Dream Believer 2005||Tokyo, Japan||1||133||2|
|22||Italian Four Horsemen
(Francesco Togo and Mori Bernard)
|March 5, 2006||DDT 9th Anniversary: Judgement 10||Tokyo, Japan||1||263||8|||
|23||Masa Takanashi and Seiya Morohashi (5)||November 23, 2006||God Bless DDT 2006||Tokyo, Japan||1||129||2|
|24||Nuru Nuru Brothers
(Michael Nakazawa and Tomomitsu Matsunaga)
|April 1, 2007||April's Fool||Tokyo, Japan||1||139||6|
|25||Aloha World Order
(Antonio "The Dragon" Honda and Prince Togo (2))
|August 18, 2007||Sanshiro Festival 2007||Tokyo, Japan||1||101||1||Prince Togo previously held the title under the ring name Francesco Togo.|
|—||Vacated||November 27, 2007||God Bless DDT 2007||Tokyo, Japan||—||—||—||Title vacated when Honda and Togo split as a team.|
(Mikami (5) and Thanomsak Toba (5))
|April 11, 2008||Hanami DDT Final Day||Tokyo, Japan||2||180||3||Defeated KUDO and Yasu Urano in the finals of the KO-D Tag Team League.|
(Harashima (4) and Toru Owashi (2))
|October 8, 2008||Day Dream Believer 2008||Tokyo, Japan||1||108||1||Harashima previously held the title under the ring names Hero! and Darkside Hero!.|
(Kenny Omega and Kota Ibushi (2))
|January 24, 2009||Dramatic 2009 Special||Tokyo, Japan||1||106||1|
|29||Italian Four Horsemen
(Francesco Togo (3) and Piza Michinoku)
|May 10, 2009||Wrestling Tonkotsu 2009||Hakata, Japan||1||105||0|
|30||Kudo (3) and Yasu Urano||August 23, 2009||Ryōgoku Peter Pan||Tokyo, Japan||1||172||5||This was a four-way tag team elimination match also involving the teams of Jun Kasai and Mikami, and Kenny Omega and Mike Angels.|||
|31||Hentai Big Boss
(Munenori Sawa and Sanshiro Takagi (3))
|February 11, 2010||Into the Fight 2010||Tokyo, Japan||1||199||11|||
(Danshoku Dino and Shiro Koshinaka)
|August 29, 2010||Natsuyasumi no Omoide 2010||Tokyo, Japan||1||77||2||Dino and Koshinaka defeated Munenori Sawa and Sanshiro Takagi, and Mikami and Thanomsak Toba in a three-way match.|
|33||From the Northern Country
(Antonio Honda (2) and Daisuke Sasaki)
|November 14, 2010||Osaka Bay Blues Special||Osaka, Japan||1||98||3|
(Gentaro (4) and Yasu Urano (2))
|February 20, 2011||DDT Funabashi Densetsu Again 2011||Funabashi, Japan||1||104||3|
|35||Munenori Sawa (2) and Shigehiro Irie||June 4, 2011||Non-Fix: 6.4||Tokyo, Japan||1||15||0|
|36||Kenny Omega (2) and Michael Nakazawa (2)||June 19, 2011||What Are You Doing!? 2011||Tokyo, Japan||1||5||0|
(Harashima (5) and Hero!)
|June 24, 2011||KO-D Tag Team Championship One Match Show||Tokyo, Japan||1||30||1||Minoru Fujita played Hero!, the former masked persona of Harashima.|
|38||Daisuke Sekimoto and Masa Takanashi (2)||July 24, 2011||Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2011||Tokyo, Japan||1||35||0||This was a four-way match also involving the teams of Gentaro and Yasu Urano, and Kenny Omega and Michael Nakazawa.|||
|39||Homoiro Clover Z
(Danshoku Dino (2) and Kota Ibushi (3))
|August 28, 2011||Natsuyasumi no Omoide 2011||Tokyo, Japan||1||15||0|
|—||Vacated||September 12, 2011||—||—||—||—||—||Title vacated due to Ibushi dislocating his left shoulder.|
|40||Keisuke Ishii and Shigehiro Irie (2)||October 10, 2011||Sapporo Puroresu Festa||Sapporo, Japan||1||82||3||Defeated Danshoku Dino and Makoto Oishi to win the vacant title.|
(Yasu Urano (3) and Yuji Hino)
|December 31, 2011||Never Mind 2011||Tokyo, Japan||1||71||2|
|42||New World Japan
(Sanshiro Takagi (4) and Soma Takao)
|March 11, 2012||Judgement 2012||Tokyo, Japan||1||35||4|||
(Yasu Urano (4) and Yuji Hino (2))
|April 15, 2012||Rozanshōryūha in Nagoya 2012||Nagoya, Japan||2||62||2|
|44||Homoiro Clover Z
(Kudo (4) and Makoto Oishi)
|June 16, 2012||Ibaraki de Ikappeyokappe 2012||Ibaraki, Japan||1||63||3|
|45||Mikami (6) and Tatsumi Fujinami||August 18, 2012||Budokan Peter Pan||Tokyo, Japan||1||141||3|||
(Harashima (6) and Yasu Urano (5))
|January 6, 2013||Shinshun Yokohama Puroresu Festa||Yokohama, Japan||1||117||4|
|47||Hikaru Sato and Yukio Sakaguchi||May 3, 2013||Max Bump 2013||Tokyo, Japan||1||107||3|||
(Isami Kodaka and Yuko Miyamoto)
|August 18, 2013||Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2013||Tokyo, Japan||1||161||6|||
(Kenny Omega (3) and Kota Ibushi (4))
|January 26, 2014||Sweet Dreams 2014||Tokyo, Japan||2||245||6||This was a three-way match, also involving Konosuke Takeshita and Tetsuya Endo.|||
(Konosuke Takeshita and Tetsuya Endo)
|September 28, 2014||DDT Dramatic Sousenkyo 2014||Tokyo, Japan||1||140||4|
(Daisuke Sekimoto (2) and Yuji Okabayashi)
|February 15, 2015||Saitama Super DDT 2015||Saitama, Japan||1||189||4|||
(Daisuke Sasaki (2) and Kota Ibushi (5))
|August 23, 2015||Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2015||Tokyo, Japan||1||71||1|||
|—||Vacated||November 2, 2015||—||—||—||—||—||Title vacated due to Ibushi being sidelined with a cervical disc herniation.|
|53||New Generation Combination
(Konosuke Takeshita and Tetsuya Endo)
|December 23, 2015||Never Mind 2015||Tokyo, Japan||2||89||1||Defeated Shigehiro Irie and Yuji Okabayashi in the finals of a tournament to win the vacant title.|
|54||Daisuke Sasaki (3) and Shuji Ishikawa||March 21, 2016||Judgement 2016: DDT 19th Anniversary||Tokyo, Japan||1||104||3|||
(Kai and Ken Ohka)
|July 3, 2016||Super Star Lane 2016||Fukuoka, Japan||1||56||0|||
(Harashima (7) and Yuko Miyamoto (2))
|August 28, 2016||Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2016||Tokyo, Japan||1||42||1|||
(Daisuke Sasaki (4) and Tetsuya Endo (3))
|October 9, 2016||Sapporo Puroresu Festa 2016||Sapporo, Japan||1||56||1|
|58||Konosuke Takeshita (3) and Mike Bailey||December 4, 2016||Osaka Octopus 2016||Osaka, Japan||1||36||1|||
|59||Masakatsu Funaki and Yukio Sakaguchi (2)||January 9, 2017||Road to Super Arena in Oyodo||Osaka, Japan||1||110||2|
|60||New No Fear
(Danshoku Dino (3) and Yoshihiro Takayama)
|April 29, 2017||Max Bump 2017||Tokyo, Japan||1||10||0|||
|—||Vacated||May 9, 2017||—||—||—||—||—||Title vacated due to Takayama being sidelined with a neck injury.|
(Kazusada Higuchi and Shigehiro Irie (3))
|May 21, 2017||Road to Ryogoku 2017||Sapporo, Japan||1||91||3||Defeated Akito and Konosuke Takeshita in a decision match.|
(Harashima (8) and Naomichi Marufuji)
|August 20, 2017||Ryōgoku Peter Pan 2017||Tokyo, Japan||1||217||4|||
(Daisuke Sekimoto (3) and Kazusada Higuchi (2))
|March 25, 2018||Judgement 2018: DDT 21st Anniversary||Tokyo, Japan||1||93||2|||
(Mad Paulie and Tetsuya Endo (4))
|June 26, 2018||DDT Live! Maji Manji #9||Tokyo, Japan||1||26||0|||
(Mao and Mike Bailey (2))
|July 22, 2018||Summer Vacation 2018||Tokyo, Japan||1||240||3|||
(Daisuke Sasaki (5) and Soma Takao (2))
|March 21, 2019||Into The Fight 2019||Tokyo, Japan||1||288||9|||
(Yuki Ueno and Naomi Yoshimura)
|January 3, 2020||New Year Special Gift! All Seats 2,000 Yen Box Office!! 2020||Tokyo, Japan||1||296||7|||
(Kazusada Higuchi (3) and Yukio Sakaguchi (3))
|October 25, 2020||Road to Ultimate Party 2020||Tokyo, Japan||1||168||2|||
(Harashima (9) and Yuji Okabayashi (2))
|April 11, 2021||April Fool 2021||Tokyo, Japan||1||76||1|||
(Konosuke Takeshita (4) and Shunma Katsumata)
|June 26, 2021||Summer Vacation 2021 In Osaka||Osaka, Japan||1||108||2|||
(Harashima (10) and Naomi Yoshimura (2))
|October 12, 2021||Get Alive 2021||Tokyo, Japan||1||83||1|||
|—||Vacated||January 3, 2022||—||—||—||—||—||Disaster Box vacated the title for the upcoming Ultimate Tag League.|||
(Harashima (11) and Naomi Yoshimura (3))
|February 27, 2022||2022 Ultimate Tag League Finals||Tokyo, Japan||2||21||0||Defeated The37Kamiina (Konosuke Takeshita and Yuki Ueno) in the finals of the 2022 Ultimate Tag League to win the vacant titles.|||
|73||Calamari Drunken Kings
(Chris Brookes and Masahiro Takanashi (3))
|March 20, 2022||Judgement 2022: DDT 25th Anniversary||Tokyo, Japan||1||63||2|||
|74||Mao (2) and Asuka||May 22, 2022||Audience 2022||Tokyo, Japan||1||63||0||Asuka is the first woman to hold the title. The tag team was retroactively named Venymao.|||
(Kazusada Higuchi (4) and Naomi Yoshimura (4))
|July 24, 2022||Summer Vacation 2022||Tokyo, Japan||1||121||2|||
|—||Vacated||November 22, 2022||—||—||—||—||—||Title vacated due to Yoshimura being sidelined with an injury.|||
(Mao (3) and Shunma Katsumata (2))
|January 3, 2023||Hatsuyume 2023||Tokyo, Japan||1||83+||4||Defeated CDK (Chris Brookes and Masahiro Takanashi) to win the vacant title.|||
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As of March 27, 2023.
|†||Indicates the current champions|
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