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{{Retired championship
 
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| name = GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship
 
| image = ghchardcore.jpg
 
| image = ghchardcore.jpg
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| last = [[Kenta Kobashi]]
 
| date = June 8, 2009
 
 
| promotion = [[Pro Wrestling NOAH]]
 
| promotion = [[Pro Wrestling NOAH]]
 
| established = 2004
 
| established = 2004
 
| retired = June 2010
 
| retired = June 2010
 
| firstchamp = [[Jun Akiyama]]
 
| firstchamp = [[Jun Akiyama]]
| finalchamp =
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| finalchamp = [[Kenta Kobashi]]
 
| mostreigns = [[Kishin Kawabata]] (2 reigns)
 
| mostreigns = [[Kishin Kawabata]] (2 reigns)
| longestreign =
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| longestreign = [[Hikaru Kawabata|Kishin Kawabata]] (322 days)
| shortestreign =
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| shortestreign = [[Naomichi Marufuji]] (140 days)
| oldest =
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| oldest = Kenta Kobashi (42 Years)
| youngest =
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| youngest = [[Naomichi Marufuji]] (25 Years)
| heaviest =
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| heaviest = Kenta Kobashi (115 kg)
| lightest =
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| lightest = Naomichi Marufuji (90 kg)
 
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| mostkeysholder =
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| pastnames = GHC Hardcore Tag Team Championship
 
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The '''Global Honored Crown (GHC) Openweight Hardcore Championship''' was a semi-official championship contested in [[Pro Wrestling NOAH]]. It was originally created in 2004 as a singles title known as the '''GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship'''; in 2007 it was announced that it would be reformed into a tag team title, continuing with the same lineage as the original belt. Later in 2007, it reverted to being a singles championship.
 
The '''Global Honored Crown (GHC) Openweight Hardcore Championship''' was a semi-official championship contested in [[Pro Wrestling NOAH]]. It was originally created in 2004 as a singles title known as the '''GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship'''; in 2007 it was announced that it would be reformed into a tag team title, continuing with the same lineage as the original belt. Later in 2007, it reverted to being a singles championship.
   
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|Defeated [[Go Shiozaki]] and [[Maybach Taniguchi|Shuhei Taniguchi]] in a tournament final. This is still Kentaro Shiga's original championship reign.
 
|Defeated [[Go Shiozaki]] and [[Maybach Taniguchi|Shuhei Taniguchi]] in a tournament final. This is still Kentaro Shiga's original championship reign.
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==Gallery==
 
 
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Latest revision as of 08:45, 22 April 2018

GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship
Ghchardcore.jpg
Details
Promotion(s) Pro Wrestling NOAH
Date Established 2004
Date Retired June 2010

The Global Honored Crown (GHC) Openweight Hardcore Championship was a semi-official championship contested in Pro Wrestling NOAH. It was originally created in 2004 as a singles title known as the GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship; in 2007 it was announced that it would be reformed into a tag team title, continuing with the same lineage as the original belt. Later in 2007, it reverted to being a singles championship.

The Openweight Hardcore Championship, also known as the Global Hardcore Crown, had a unique stipulation attached to it: if the challenger was smaller than the champion, and lasted for 15 minutes, they would win the title. It could also change hands on a countout.

Kentaro Shiga, who was the 5th champion before the rechristening into a tag team championship, was still recognized as such (along with his tag team partner, Kishin Kawabata), even though it was vacated to be decided in a tournament, which they won.[1]

On November 19, 2007, Kawabata defeated Shiga to reunify the title.[2] The title was abandoned in June 2010.

Title history[]

# Wrestler/Tag Team Reigns Date Location Length Defenses Notes
1 Jun Akiyama 1 April 18, 2004 Hakata, Japan 180 days 6 Akiyama declared himself champion.
2 Naomichi Marufuji 1 October 16, 2004 Tokushima, Japan 140 days 2 Marufuji won this match via countout.
3 Muhammad Yone 1 March 5, 2005 Tokyo, Japan 231 days 3
4 Scorpio 1 October 22, 2005 Tokushima, Japan 316 days 1
5 Kentaro Shiga 1 September 3, 2006 Nagoya, Japan 167 days 3 The title was reformed to a tag team title.
GHC Hardcore Tag Team Championship
5 Kishin Kawabata and Kentaro Shiga 1 February 17, 2007 Tokyo, Japan 275 days 1 Defeated Go Shiozaki and Shuhei Taniguchi in a tournament final. This is still Kentaro Shiga's original championship reign.
GHC Openweight Hardcore Championship
6 Kishin Kawabata 2 November 19, 2007 Niigata, Japan 322 days 4
7 Makoto Hashi 1 October 6, 2008 Isesaki, Japan 245 days 2
8 Kenta Kobashi 1 June 8, 2009 Hachiōji, Japan 198 days 4
Vacated December 23, 2009 Kobashi vacates the title after suffering an injury.
Abandoned June 2010 The title was abandoned after not being contested until June 2010.

Gallery[]

References[]

  1. Global Hardcore Champion . Retrieved on 2007-08-17.
  2. Green Destiny ~ Supporting Pro Wrestling NOAH . Retrieved on 2007-11-26.