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DDT Extreme Division Championship
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Current Champion(s) Shinya Aoki
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Date Won March 11, 2020
Promotion(s) DDT Pro-Wrestling
Date Established November 23, 2006

The DDT Extreme Division Championship is a secondary singles championship in DDT Pro-Wrestling (DDT) promotion. The title is defended exclusively in hardcore matches, with the defending champion being given the right to choose the match stipulation. 

OverveiwEdit

The championship was established on November 23, 2006 after MIKAMI defeated Sanshiro Takagi in a no-disqualification match, MIKAMI was awarded the championship. The title has also been defended at events held by Union Pro Wrestling, one of DDT's former sub-brands.

The defending champion his given the right to choose the match stipulation, with this being a Hardcore match, Cage match, Tables match and TLC match, which were defended in the past. But it has also been defended in matches specially created by the champion to play to his strengths or to expose the challenger’s weaknesses, including a “Noise Prohibition” match where you are penalized for making a noise, the “No-No DQ Ironman” match where even the slightest move that is against the rules gets you instantly disqualified, and the “World of Kiss” match, where you have to kiss your opponent while pinning or submitting him in order to win.

The gimmick matches vary from serious to comedy depending on who the champion is at the time. Depending on who the champion is at the time, this championship can be and has been treated as a hardcore title, a comedy title, a serious wrestling title and even an experimental title.

Title HistoryEdit

# Wrestler Reign Date Location Length Defenses Notes
1 MIKAMI 1 November 23, 2006 Tokyo 66 Days 2 Defeated Sanshiro Takagi in a no-disqualification match and afterwards gets awarded the title.
2 Nosawa Rongai 1 January 28, 2007 Tokyo 126 Days 1
3 Muscle Sakai 1 June 3, 2007 Tokyo 84 Days 1
4 Nobutaka Araya 1 August 26, 2007 Tokyo 69 Days 0
5 Danshoku Dino 1 November 3, 2007 Osaka 109 Days 4
6 Masa Takanashi 1 February 20, 2008 Tokyo 137 Days 1 This match was a three-way match, also involving Kudo.
7 Sanshiro Takagi 1 July 6, 2008 Tokyo 202 Days 9 This match was a three-way match, where Sanshiro Takagi (as Francoise Takagi) defeated Masa Takanashi (as Masa-ko Takanashi) and Hoshitango (as Hoshitan-ko).
8 Hoshitango 1 January 24, 2009 Tokyo 127 Days 1
9 Danshoku Dino 2 May 31, 2009 Osaka 28 Days 0 This match was a three-way match, also involving Masa Takanashi
10 Michael Nakazawa 1 June 28, 2009 Tokyo 1 Day 0 This match was a four-way match, also involving Antonio Honda and Rion Mizuki.
11 Danshoku Dino 3 June 29, 2009 Tokyo 195 Days 4 This match was a also for Dino's Omori Dream Fair Championship.
Vacated September 1, 2010 N/A Vacated due to Dino being sidelined with illness.
12 GENTARO 1 January 10, 2010 Nagoya 115 Days 1 Defeated MIKAMI to win the vacant title.
13 Danshoku Dino 4 May 5, 2010 Nagoya 176 Days 1
14 Kim Nan Pun 2 October 28, 2010 Ulsan 67 Days 0
15 Isami Kodaka 1 January 3, 2011 Tokyo 259

Days

4 This match was a captain's fall match, where Nan Pun, Cao Zhang and Cho-un Shiryu faced Kodaka, Keita Yano and Survival Tobita.
16 El Generico 1 September 19, 2011 Tokyo 106 Days 3
17 Isami Kodaka 2 January 3, 2012 Tokyo 86 Days 1
18 Yuko Miyamoto 1 March 29, 2012 Tokyo 111 Days 1
19 Shuji Ishikawa 1 July 18, 2012 Tokyo 128 Days 1
20 Keisuke Ishii 1 November 23, 2012 Tokyo 52 Days 1
21 Isami Kodaka 3 January 14, 2013 Tokyo 13 Days 0
22 Kenny Omega 1 January 27, 2013 Tokyo 210 Days 4 This match was a also contested for the KO-D Openweight Championship.
23 Danshoku Dino 5 August 25, 2013 Tokyo 29 Days 1
24 Antonio Honda 1 September 23, 2013 Yokohama 42 Days 1 This match was a three-way match, also involving Kenny Omega.
25 HARASHIMA 1 November 4, 2013 Osaka 117 Days 4 This match was a also contested for the KO-D Openweight and Ironman Heavymetalweight Championships.
26 Danshoku Dino 6 March 1, 2014 Hiroshima 69 Days 1
27 Masa Takanashi 2 May 9, 2014 Tokyo 16 Days 0
28 Makoto Oishi 1 May 25, 2014 Nagoya 48 Days 0
29 Danshoku Dino 7 July 12, 2014 Kawagoe 78

Days

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30 Akito 1 September 28, 2014 Tokyo 140 Days 5
31 Shiori Asahi 1 February 15, 2015 Saitama 42 Days 0
32 Akito 2 March 29, 2015 Tokyo 112 Days 3
33 Antonio Honda 2 July 19, 2015 Tokyo 132 Days 3
34 Kendo Kashin 1 November 28, 2015 Osaka 114

Days

3
35 Super Sasadango Machine 2 March 21, 2016 Tokyo 69 Days 2 Previously won the title under the name Muscle Sakai.
36 LiLiCo 1 May 29, 2016 Tokyo 91 Days 1
37 Danshoku Dino 8 August 28, 2016 Tokyo 98 Days 3
38 Jun Kasai 1 December 4, 2016 Osaka 106 Days 3
39 Daisuke Sasaki 1 March 20, 2017 Saitama 285 Days 8
40 Yuko Miyamoto 2 December 30, 2017 Tokyo 120 Days 3
41 HARASHIMA 2 April 29, 2018 Tokyo 182 Days 3
42 Shinya Aoki 1 October 28, 2018 Tokyo 112 Days 0
43 HARASHIMA 3 February 17, 2019 Tokyo 70 Days 1
44 Antonio Honda 3 April 28, 2019 Tokyo 27 Days 0
45 Akito 3 May 25, 2019 Kitazawa 70 Days 1
46 Jiro Kuroshio 1 August 3, 2019 Tokyo 57 Days 1
47 HARASHIMA 4 September 29, 2019 Tokyo 164 Days 2 This was a three-way match, also involving Tetsuya Endo.
48 Shinya Aoki 2 March 11, 2020 Saitama 30+ 1 This was a Blindfold Hidden Bra Deathmatch.

List of combined reignsEdit

Rank Wrestler Reigns Combined days
1 Danshoku Dino 8 782
2 HARASHIMA 4 534
3 Isami Kodaka 3 358
4 Akito 3 322
5 Daisuke Sasaki 1 285
6 Super Sasadango Machine/Muscle Sakai 2 281
7 Yuko Miyamoto 2 231
8 Kenny Omega 1 210
9 Sanshiro Takagi 1 202
10 Antonio Honda 3 198
11 Masa Takanashi 2 153
12 Hoshitango 1 127
13 Nosawa Rongai 1 126
14 Shinya Aoki2 142+
15 GENTARO 1 115
16 Kendo Kashin 1 114
17 El Generico 1 106
18 Jun Kasai 1 106
19 LiLiCo 1 91
20 Nobutaka Araya 1 69
21 Kim Nan Pun 1 67
22 MIKAMI 1 66
23 Jiro Kuroshio 1 57
24 Keisuke Ishii 1 52
25 Makoto Oishi 1 48
26 Shiori Asahi 1 42
27 Michael Nakazawa 1 1

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