|"Real" Pro Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship|
The "Real" Pro Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship was a championship defended in the Union of Wrestling Forces International.
|Nobuhiko Takada||1||September 21, 1992||Kyoto||696||Defeated Gary Albright to become the first champion; Takada and Albright had been chosen as contenders based on their UWFI records (Albright 11 wins and 0 losses, Takada 10-1).|
|Super Vader||1||August 18, 1994||Tokyo||275|
|Nobuhiko Takada||2||April 20, 1995||Nagoya, Aichi||135|
|Title retired||October 2, 1995||—||—||Lou Thesz withdraws his support for the promotion and takes the belt with him in protest against a proposed unification match against IWGP Champion Keiji Mutoh. Takada beats Mutoh on January 4, 1996, and wins the IWGP title.|
The championship used the belt used by Lou Thesz as NWA World Champion during the 1950s.
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