"Real" Pro Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship
Promotion(s) Union of Wrestling Forces International
Date Established September 21, 1992
Date Retired October 2, 1995

The "Real" Pro Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship was a championship defended in the Union of Wrestling Forces International.

Wrestlers: Times: Date: Location: Days Notes:
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.


Belt DesignEdit

The championship used the belt used by Lou Thesz as NWA World Champion during the 1950s.

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