VIEW FROM THE RISING SUN
by Masanori Horie

Jumbo Tsuruta
1951-2000

Baba and Tsuruta
Shohei "Giant" Baba and Tomomi "Jumbo" Tsuruta

Tsuruta, Masanori, and Taue
Jumbo Tsuruta, Masanori, and Akira Taue, August 25, 1992

Jumbo Tsuruta will be remembered as a legend of Puroresu forever, like Rikidozan, Giant Baba, and Antonio Inoki, by the wrestling fans. He had 3,329 matches in Japan over 26 years. He won the United National Heavyweight title (five times), International Heavyweight title (three times), AWA World Heavyweight title, Triple Crown title (three times), International Tag Team title (eight times), PWF World Tag Team title (two times), and World Tag Team title (six times). This is his footprint, including his complete title match results.

1951-1972

Tomomi Tsuruta was born in Kurashina, Makioka-cho, Higashi-yamanashi, Yamanashi on Sunday, March 25, 1951. He did basketball, swimming, and sumo at Hikawa High School in Yamanashi City, in the eastern part of the Kofu valley, from 1966 to 1968. When he entered the faculty of Law in Chuo University in Tokyo in April 1970, he turned to amateur wrestling. He also trained at the Physical Training School of Japan Grand Self Defence Force in Asaka City, Saitama. He won the All Japan Amateur Wrestling Championship in freestyle and Greco-Roman (weight class: 100.0 kg+) in 1971 and in 1972. He competed in Greco-Roman (weight class: 100kg+) in the XX Olympic Games in Munich, West Germany in 1972. He was scouted by the late Shohei "Giant" Baba and All Japan Pro Wrestling, and they had a press conference at Akasaka Prince Hotel in Tokyo on October 31, 1972.

1973

March 22, 1973
Tsuruta left Tokyo (Haneda) International Airport for Amarillo, Texas. He was one of the top babyfaces, along with Dory & Terry Funk, Ricky Romero, Jerry Kozak, Nelson Royal, Stan Hansen, Ted DiBiase, and Bob Backlund in Amarillo territory for six months.

March 24, 1973---Channel 10 TV taping, Amarillo, Texas
Tomomi Tsuruta beat El Gran Tapia (6:52)---Tsuruta's debut match as a professional wrestler

May 20, 1973---Auditorium, Albuquerque, New Mexico
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Dory Funk Jr. beat Tomomi Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Dory (26:15)
(2) Dory beat Tsuruta (14:18)
(3) Dory beat Tsuruta (11:27)---Dory kept the title

Former NWA World Heavyweight champion Dory Funk Jr.'s story about Tsuruta can be found at http://www.dory-funk.com/jumbo-5.html

October 1, 1973
Tsuruta came back to Japan from Amarillo, Texas.

October 6, 1973---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Tomomi Tsuruta beat Moose Morowski (12:53)---Tsuruta's debut match in Japan

October 9, 1973---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Dory & Terry Funk beat Giant Baba & Tomomi Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Terry (23:57)
(2) Terry beat Tsuruta (17:24)
(3) 60 minutes time up---The Funks kept the title

October 27, 1973
NTV (Channel 4) announced Tsuruta's new wrestling name, "Jumbo Tsuruta."

1974

Jumbo's entrance music
Jumbo's old entrance music, "Rolling Dreamer"

January 30, 1974---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall), Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Jack Brisco beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Brisco beat Tsuruta (12:55)
(2) Tsuruta beat Brisco (7:32)
(3) Brisco beat Tsuruta (8:58)---Brisco kept the title

Tsuruta wrestled in the U.S.A. from March 23 to April 9.

March 23, 1974---Sports Arena, Portland, Oregon
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dutch Savage (12:35)

March 24, 1974---Exhibition Garden, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Jumbo Tsuruta & Leo Madril beat Mr. X (Guy Mitchell) & Buck Ramsted (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Ramsted (18:00)
(2) Ramsted beat Tsuruta
(3) Madril beat Mr. X

March 25, 1974---TV Taping, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Frank Butcher

March 27, 1974---Lubbock, Texas
Ricky Romero & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Kung Fu Lee (Great Kojika) & The Beast

March 28, 1974---Sports Arena, Amarillo, Texas
Dick Murdoch & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Kung Fu Lee & J.J. Dillon (2-1)

March 29, 1974---City Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobby Duncum

March 30, 1974---TV taping, Atlanta, Georgia
(1) Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jim Garvin
(2) Jumbo Tsuruta beat Ron Garvin (3:24)

April 1, 1974---Madison Square Garden, New York
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Johnny Rodz (11:56)

April 2, 1974---Tampa, Florida
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Danny Hodge (20 minutes time up)

April 3, 1974---Columbus, Georgia
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobby Duncum

April 4, 1974---Municipal Auditorium, Greensboro, North Carolina
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Nelson Royal

April 5, 1974---Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Howard

Dory Funk Jr. won the 12-Man Battle Royal
Others: Andre the Giant, Bobo Brazil, Bill Miller, Billy Red Lyons, Black Angus, Reggie Parks, Frank Valois, Bill Howard, Kung Fu Lee (Great Kojika), Tokyo Joe (Katsuji Adachi), and Jumbo Tsuruta

April 6, 1974---Channel 10 TV taping, Amarillo, Texas
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bob Backlund

April 6, 1974---Hereford, Texas
Jerry Kozak & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Killer Karl Kox & The Beast

April 7, 1974---Auditorium, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Killer Karl Kox

April 13 - May 14, 1974
2nd Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Giant Baba
(2) Mr. Wrestling (Tim Woods)
(3) Jumbo Tsuruta, Mark Lewin
(5) King Curtis Iaukea, Thunder Sugiyama, Samson Kutsuwada
(8) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer), Abdullah the Butcher, Rufus R. Jones, Akihisa Takachiho, Mashio Koma, Maty Suzuki, Sailor White, and Joe Soto

August 29, 1974---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Dory Funk Jr. beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Dory beat Tsuruta (16:31)
(2) Tsuruta beat Dory (3:51)
(3) Dory beat Tsuruta (9:22)---Tsuruta's first singles main event match

December 5, 1974---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall), Tokyo
NWA World Junior Heavyweight title match
Ken Mantell drew Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Mantell beat Tsuruta (12:39)
(2) Tsuruta beat Mantell (4:45)
(3) 3:02---double countout---Mantell kept the title

December 12, 1974---Kawasaki City Gym, Kanagawa
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Jack Brisco beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Brisco beat Tsuruta (14:30)
(2) Tsuruta beat Brisco (2:15)
(3) Brisco beat Tsuruta (5:11)---Brisco kept the title

December 26, 1974---Sports Arena, Amarillo, Texas
International Tag Team title match
Dory & Terry Funk beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Baba beat Dory (20:47)
(2) Terry beat Baba (12:20)
(3) Dory beat Tsuruta (12:12)---The Funks kept the title

1975

February 5, 1975---Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, Texas
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dory & Terry Funk (2-1)
(1) Baba beat Terry (15:45)
(2) Dory beat Tsuruta (6:30)
(3) Tsuruta beat Dory (11:13)---Baba & Tsuruta became the 23rd champions

March 8, 1975---Nakajima Sports Center, Sapporo, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dory & Terry Funk (1-1)
(1) Terry beat Baba (14:10)
(2) Baba beat Terry (5:45)
(3) Tsuruta drew Terry (9:38 double countout)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

March 11, 1975---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Jack Brisco beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Brisco (11:36)
(2) Brisco beat Tsuruta (4:25)
(3) Brisco beat Tsuruta (7:19)---Brisco kept the title

March 13, 1975---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall), Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dory & Terry Funk (2-1)
(1) Dory beat Tsuruta (12:16)
(2) Baba beat Terry (3:13)
(3) Tsuruta beat Dory (5:23)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

April 5 - May 3, 1975
3rd Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Giant Baba
(2) Gene Kiniski
(3) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer)
(4) Mr. Wrestling
(5) Jumbo Tsuruta, Akihisa Takachiho, Killer Kowalski
(8) Great Kojika, Motoji Ohkuma, Samson Kutsuwada, Mark Lewin, Bob Orton Jr., Steve Keirn,
and Mike George

April 19, 1975---Koriyama Civic Gym, Fukushima
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Gene Kiniski & Killer Kowalski (2-1)
(1) Kiniski beat Baba (14:41)
(2) Baba beat Kowalski (4:50)
(3) Tsuruta beat Kiniski (5:48)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

May 6, 1975---Gifu Civic Center
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruno Sammartino & Killer Kowalski (2-1)
(1) Sammartino beat Baba (14:11)
(2) Baba beat Sammartino (6:17)
(3) Tsuruta beat Kowalski (4:18)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

June 17, 1975---Tokyo Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobo Brazil & Hank James (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Brazil (45 seconds)
(2) Brazil beat Tsuruta (11:22)
(3) Tsuruta beat James (2:21)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 30, 1975---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
United States Heavyweight title match
Abdullah the Butcher beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Butcher beat Tsuruta (3:49)
(2) Tsuruta beat Butcher (5:06)
(3) Butcher beat Tsuruta (3:47)---Butcher kept the title

November 27, 1975---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Murdoch & Dusty Rhodes (2-1)
(1) Murdoch beat Tsuruta (13:27)
(2) Tsuruta beat Murdoch (8:00)
(3) Baba beat Rhodes (4:50)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

December 6-18, 1975
World Open Championship Tournament
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, The Destroyer (Dick Beyer), Kintaro Ohki, Hiro Matsuda, Rusher Kimura, Great Kusatsu, Mighty Inoue, Dory Funk Jr., Harley Race, Abdullah the Butcher, Dick Murdoch, Dusty Rhodes, Baron Von Raschke, Horst Hoffman, Pat O'Connor, Don Leo Jonathan, Mr. Wrestling (Tim Woods), Ken Mantell, and Antone Geesink

December 15, 1975---Miyagi Prefectural Sports Center, Sendai
Giant Baba beat Jumbo Tsuruta (16:49)---Tsuruta faced Baba in a singles match for the first time

December 11, 1975---Nippon Budokan Tokyo
Giant Baba & The Destroyer beat Dory Funk Jr. & Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)

1976

Tsuruta, Masanori, and Yatsu
Tsuruta, Masanori, and Yoshiaki Yatsu, October 26, 1988

January 26, 1976---Aichi Prefectural Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick the Bruiser & Crusher Lisowski (2-1)
(1) Lisowski beat Tsuruta (7:52)
(2) Tsuruta beat Lisowski (5:20)
(3) Baba & Tsuruta beat Bruiser & Crusher---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

January 29, 1976---Tokyo Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick the Bruiser & Crusher Lisowski (2-1)
(1) Baba & Tsuruta beat Bruiser & Crusher (3:57 disqualification)
(2) Bruiser beat Tsuruta (2:32)
(3) Tsuruta beat Bruiser (2:09)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

February 5, 1976---Sports Arena, Amarillo, Texas
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Red Bastien & Al Hayes (42:13 Tsuruta beat Bastien)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

March 10, 1976---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall)
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #1
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Verne Gagne (1-1)
(1) Gagne beat Tsuruta (19:12)
(2) Tsuruta beat Gagne (9:54)
(3) 13:52 double countout

March 28, 1976---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #2
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Rusher Kimura (1-1)
(1) Kimura beat Tsuruta (13:27)
(2) Tsuruta beat Kimura (6:34)
(3) 4:53 double fall---This match was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

April 3 -May 13, 1976
4th Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Abdullah the Butcher (2) Giant Baba (3) Barracuda (Mario Milano), Jumbo Tsuruta, Kintaro Ohki (6) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer), King Curtis Iaukea (8) The Beast, Samson Kutsuwada (10) Great Kojika (11) Buddy Wolf, Motoji Okuma (13) Larry Lane (14) Larry Sharpe

June 2, 1976---Kurume City Sports Center, Fukuoka
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jimmy & Johnny Valiant (2-0)
(1) Tsuruta beat Jimmy (10:43)
(2) Baba beat Johnny (3:54)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

June 11, 1976---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #3
Terry Funk beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Terry (15:50)
(2) Terry beat Tsuruta (6:05)
(3) Terry beat Tsuruta (5:12)---Terry kept the title

July 17, 1976---Mihagino Gym, Kita-kyushu, Fukuoka
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #4
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bill Robinson (1-1)
(1) Robinson beat Tsuruta (29:05)
(2) Tsuruta beat Robinson (21:52)
(3) 60 minutes time up
(4) 10 minutes time up

August 26, 1976---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobo Brazil & Tank Patton (2-1)
(1) Brazil beat Baba (11:00)
(2) Baba beat Brazil (5:05)
(3) Tsuruta beat Patton (5:08)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

August 28, 1976---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall), Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jack Brisco (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Brisco (11:09)
(2) Brisco beat Tsuruta (6:19)
(3) Tsuruta beat Brisco (5:34)---Tsuruta became the 34th champion

Tsuruta beat the American representative Brisco to win a singles title for the first time after beating the last titleholder, Akihisa Takachiho (The Great Kabuki), to become the Japanese representative.

September 9, 1976---Osaka Furitsu Gym
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #5
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobo Brazil (2-1)
(1) Brazil beat Tsuruta (11:15)
(2) Tsuruta beat Brazil (5:15 countout)
(3) Tsuruta beat Brazil (2:57)

September 30, 1976---Iwate Prefectural Gym, Morioka
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher & Waldo Von Erich (2-1)
(1) Butcher beat Tsuruta (8:44)
(2) Baba & Tsuruta beat Butcher & Von Erich (3:42 disqualification)
(3) Tsuruta beat Von Erich (4:38)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 22, 1976---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #6
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher (2-1)
(1) Butcher beat Tsuruta (5:55)
(2) Tsuruta beat Butcher (3:49)
(3) Tsuruta beat Butcher (3:45 disqualification)

October 28, 1976---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall)
International Tag Team title match
Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk (Tiger Chang Lee) beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Duk (7:03)
(2) Ohki beat Tsuruta (3:40)
(3) Ohki & Duk beat Baba & Tsuruta (1:27 disqualification)---Ohki & Duk became the 24th champions

November 30, 1976---Miyagi Prefectural Sports Center, Sendai
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bill Robinson (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Robinson (30:50)
(2) Robinson beat Tsuruta (2:08)
(3) 5:27 double countout---Tsuruta kept the title

December 3, 1976---Kawasaki City Gym, Kanagawa
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #7
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Chris Taylor (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Taylor (11:20)
(2) Taylor bet Tsuruta (3:07)
(3) Tsuruta beat Taylor (3:26 countout)

December 9, 1976---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall), Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk (2-1)
(1) Ohki beat Tsuruta (11:39)
(2) Tsuruta beat Duk (countout) (3:18)
(3) Tsuruta beat Duk (2:38)---Baba & Tsuruta became the 25th champions

1977

January 12, 1977---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat King Curtis Iaukea (2-1)
(1) Iaukea beat Tsuruta (5:39)
(2) Tsuruta beat Iaukea (3:34)
(3) Tsuruta beat Iaukea (5:02 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 5, 1977---Akita City Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Bill Robinson beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Robinson (11:03)
(2) Robinson beat Tsuruta (7:54)
(3) Robinson beat Tsuruta (4:06)---Robinson became the 14th champion

March 11, 1977---Nichidai Kodo (Nippon University Hall), Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Bill Robinson beat Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Robinson (34:19)
(2) Robinson beat Tsuruta (11:35)
(3) 60 minutes time up---Robinson kept the title

March 23, 1977---Convention Center, Miami, Florida
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Billy Robinson (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Robinson (10:55)
(2) Robinson beat Tsuruta (13:00)
(3) Tsuruta beat Robinson (7:05)---Tsuruta became the 15th champion

April 8 - May 16, 1977
5th Champion Carnival
(1) Giant Baba (2) Jumbo Tsuruta (3) Abdullah the Butcher (4) Kintaro Ohki (5) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer) (6) Super Destroyer (Don Jardine), Bull Ramos (8) Akihisa Takachiho (9) Samson Kutsuwada (10) Great Kojika (11) Motoji Okuma (12) J.J. Dillon (13) Bill White (14) Jose Gonzales (15) Red Wolf

May 18, 1977---Osaka Furitsu Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher & Bull Ramos (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Butcher (7:26)
(2) Butcher beat Tsuruta (4:37)
(3) Baba beat Ramos (2:15)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

May 30, 1977---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Baron Von Raschke (2-1)
(1) Raschke beat Tsuruta (12:03)
(2) Tsuruta beat Raschke (2:38)
(3) Tsuruta beat Raschke (3:05)---Tsuruta kept the title

June 11, 1977---Setagaya-Ward Gym, Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #8
Harley Race beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Race (8:26)
(2) Race beat Tsuruta (8:08)
(3) Race beat Tsuruta (5:24)---Race kept the title

July 28, 1977---Shinagawa Prince Hotel Gold Hall, Tokyo
United National / All Asian Heavyweight double title match
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #9
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Kintaro Ohki (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Ohki (8:53)
(2) Ohki beat Tsuruta (8:08)
(3) 8:39 double countout---Both champions kept the title

August 25, 1977---Den-en Coliseum, Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Mil Mascaras (2-1)
(1) Mascaras beat Tsuruta (22:48)
(2) Tsuruta beat Mascaras (7:46)
(3) Tsuruta beat Mascaras (3:20 countout)---Tsuruta kept the title and this match was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

October 3, 1977---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Wahoo McDaniel (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat McDaniel (17:49)
(2) McDaniel beat Tsuruta (8:10)
(3) Tsuruta beat McDaniel (1:14)---Tsuruta kept the title

October 21, 1977---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobo Brazil & Ken Patera (2-1)
(1) Brazil beat Tsuruta (10:33)
(2) Baba beat Brazil (4:38)
(3) Tsuruta beat Patera (5:15)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

November 7, 1977---Seoul Bunka Gym, South Korea
International Tag Team title match
Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Baba beat Ohki (15:27)
(2) Duk beat Tsuruta (5:08)
(3) Ohki beat Tsuruta (2:17)---Ohki & Duk became the 26th champions

November 25, 1977---Gumma Prefectural Sports Center, Maebashi
International Tag Team title match
Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta drew Duk (12:15)
(2) Duk drew Tsuruta (10:14)
(3) 4:34 double countout---Ohki & Duk kept the title

December 2 - December 15, 1977
World Open Tag Team Tournament
(1) Dory & Terry Funk
(2) Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
(3) Abdullah the Butcher & The Sheik
(4) Rusher Kimura & Great Kusatsu, Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk
(6) Bill Robinson & Horst Hoffman
(7) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer) & Texas Red (Red Bastien)
(8) Akihisa Takachiho (The Great Kabuki) & Mighty Inoue, Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Rocky Hata

1978

January 20, 1978---Obihiro Gym, Hokkaido
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Harley Race beat Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Race beat Tsuruta (28:09)
(2) Tsuruta beat Race (16:30)
(3) 60 minutes time up---Race kept the title and this match was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

February 5, 1978---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Antone Geesink (17:15)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 4 - April 7, 1978
6th Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Giant Baba (2) Abdullah the Butcher (3) Jumbo Tsuruta (4) Kintaro Ohki (5) Kim Duk (6) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer), Don Leo Jonathon, King Curtis Iaukea (9) Black Terror (Tank Patton) (10) Ted DiBiase (11) Motoji Okuma, Great Kojika, Rocky Hata (14) Luke Graham (15) Frank Morell

April 8 - 19, 1978
Giant Baba and All Japan Pro Wrestling had a South Asian tour in Singapore, Bununei, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok.

April 27, 1978---Noheji Town Gym, Aomori
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Ric Flair (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Flair (14:39)
(2) Flair beat Tsuruta (8:49)
(3) Tsuruta beat Flair (2:59)--- Tsuruta kept the title

May 11, 1978---Osaka Furitsu Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk (2-1)
(1) Duk beat Tsuruta (13:37)
(2) Tsuruta beat Duk (countout) (4:43)
(3) Baba beat Ohki (8:17)---Baba & Tsuruta became the 27th champions

June 9, 1978---Hakui City Gym, Ishikawa
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Robinson & Mario Milano (2-1)
(1) Robinson beat Tsuruta (26:01)
(2) Tsuruta beat Robinson (1:25 countout)
(3) Tsuruta beat Milano (4:20)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

July 26, 1978---Omagari Civic Gym, Akita
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Terry Funk & Dick Slater (2-1)
(1) Terry beat Tsuruta (16:16)
(2) Baba beat Slater (5:20)
(3) Tsuruta beat Terry (6:55)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

August 24, 1978---Den-en Coliseum, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Mil Mascaras & Dos Caras (2-1)
(1) Mascaras beat Tsuruta (14:55)
(2) Tsuruta beat Caras (6:15)
(3) Baba beat Caras (3:10)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

September 13, 1978---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Kim Duk (1-1)
(1) Duk beat Tsuruta (28:47)
(2) Tsuruta beat Duk (15:45)
(3) 60 minutes time up
(4) 5 minutes time up---Tsuruta kept the title

October 25, 1978---Otaru City Gym, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobo Brazil & Abdullah the Butcher (2-1)
(1) Baba beat Brazil (13:10)
(2) 8:08 double countout---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 30, 1978---Ueda City Gym, Nagano
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk (2-1)
(1) Ohki beat Tsuruta (14:239
(2) Tsuruta beat Ohki (3:46)
(3) Tsuruta beat Duk (2:48)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

December 1 - December 15, 1978
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
(2) Dory & Terry Funk
(3) Nick Bockwinkel & Blackjack Lanza
(4) Bill Robinson & Black Wild Angus
(5) Abdullah the Butcher & The Sheik (12/1-9) / Killer Tor Kamata (12/11-15)
(6) Kintaro Ohki & Kim Duk

December 15, 1978---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta drew Dory & Terry Funk (45 minutes time up)---Baba & Tsuruta won the tournament

1979

January 3, 1979---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat King Curtis Iaukea & Baron Von Raschke (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Raschke (12:20)
(2) Raschke beat Tsuruta (5:07)
(3) Tsuruta beat Iaukea (2:35)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

January 5, 1979---Kawasaki City Gym, Kanagawa
Jumbo Tsuruta's 10-Special Challenge Matches Series #10
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Fritz Von Erich (2-1)
(1) Von Erich beat Tsuruta (5:53)
(2) Tsuruta beat Von Erich (3:27 disqualification)
(3) Tsuruta beat Von Erich (1:05)

January 29, 1979---Osaka Furitsu Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Kim Duk (1-1)
(1) Duk beat Tsuruta (22:24)
(2) Tsuruta beat Duk (21:03)
(3) 60 minutes time up---Tsuruta kept the title

February 14, 1979---NBC Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel (2-1)
(1) Bockwinkel beat Tsuruta (31:28)
(2) Tsuruta beat Bockwinkel (4:55 disqualification)---Bockwinkel kept the title

March 3 - April 6, 1979
7th Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Abdullah the Butcher (2) Jumbo Tsuruta (3) Giant Baba (4) The Destroyer (Dick Beyer) (5) Dick Slater (6) Kintaro Ohki, Dos Caras (8) Killer Tor Kamata (9) Mario Milano (10) Takashi Ishikawa (9) Rocky Hata, Great Kojika (11) Motoji Okuma (14) Billy Francis (15) Don Milano (16) Big Red

April 6, 1979---Akita Prefectural Gym, Akita
7th Champion Carnival Tournament Final
Abdullah the Butcher drew Jumbo Tsuruta
(1) 13:14 Double countout
(2) Butcher beat Tsuruta (2:11)---Butcher won the tournament

May 2, 1979---Nagasaki International Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Mike Sharpe Jr. (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Sharpe (10:59)
(2) Sharpe beat Tsuruta (5:16)
(3) Tsuruta beat Sharpe (4:53)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 7, 1979---Osaka Furitsu Gym
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Harley Race beat Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Race beat Tsuruta (20:17)
(2) Tsuruta beat Race (2:50)
(3) 6:10 double countout---Race kept the title

May 25, 1979---Omiya Skate Center, Saitama
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bill Robinson (1-1)
(1) Robinson beat Tsuruta (41:13)
(2) Tsuruta beat Robinson (13:26)
(3) 60 minutes time up---Tsuruta kept the title

June 12, 1979---Iwate Prefectural Gym, Morioka
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat The Destroyer & Billy Red Lyons (2-1)
(1) Destroyer beat Baba (17:42)
(2) Baba beat Destroyer (7:32)
(3) Tsuruta beat Lyons (4:53)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

July 24, 1979---Mito Civic Gym, Ibaraki
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher & Kintaro Ohki (1-1)
(1) Ohki beat Tsuruta (5:22)
(2) Tsuruta beat Ohki (4:38)
(3) 2:53 double countout---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

August 26, 1979---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Pro Wrestling Dream All-Star Match Show
Jumbo Tsuruta, Tatsumi Fujinami, & Mil Mascaras beat Masa Saito, Tiger Toguchi (Kim Duk), & Akihisa Takachiho (The Great Kabuki) (14:56 Mascaras beat Saito)

September 13, 1979---Oita Prefectural Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bobo Brazil & Abdullah the Butcher (2-1)
(1) 12:30 double countout
(2) Baba beat Brazil (3:38)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 12, 1979---Asahikawa City Gym, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Abdullah the Butcher & Ray Candy beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Candy (8:24)
(2) Candy beat Tsuruta (4:51)
(3) Butcher beat Tsuruta (6:18 countout)---Butcher & Candy became the 28th champions

October 19, 1979---Koriyama City Gym, Fukushima
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher & Ray Candy (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Butcher (2:30)
(2) Butcher beat Tsuruta (5:03)
(3) Baba beat Candy (5:40)---Baba & Tsuruta became the 29th champions

October 22, 1979---Nagaoka Welfare Hall, Niigata
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Crusher Blackwell (2-1)
(1) 15:28 double countout
(2) Tsuruta beat Blackwell (2:30)---Tsuruta kept the title

October 26, 1979---Matsumoto City Gym, Nagano
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Harley Race drew Jumbo Tsuruta (30:29 double countout)---Race kept the title

November 30 - December 13, 1979
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Dory & Terry Funk
(2) Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
(3) Abdullah the Butcher & The Sheik
(4) Mil Mascaras & Dos Caras
(5) Kintaro Ohki & Killer Tor Kamata
(6) Mr. Wrestling (Tim Woods) & Masked Strangler (Jose Rivera Sr.)
(7) Chief Wahoo McDaniel & Chief Frank Hill

1980

January 3, 1980---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody & Angelo Mosca (1-1)
(1) Mosca beat Tsuruta (7:40)
(2) Tsuruta beat Mosca (4:47)
(3) 4:03 double countout---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

January 11, 1980---Kochi Prefectural Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bill Robinson (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Robinson (38:25)
(2) Robinson beat Tsuruta (14:25)
(3) 60 minutes time up---Tsuruta kept the title

February 23, 1980---Kagoshima Prefectural Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Dick Murdoch beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Murdoch beat Tsuruta (17:20)
(2) Tsuruta beat Murdoch (2:15)
(3) Murdoch beat Tsuruta (4:03)---Murdoch became the 16th champion

March 5, 1980---Kuroiso City Hall, Tochigi
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Murdoch (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Murdoch (21:55)
(2) Murdoch beat Tsuruta (3:30)
(3) Tsuruta beat Murdoch (2:25)---Tsuruta became the 17th champion

March 28 - May 1, 1980
8th Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Jumbo Tsuruta (2) Dick Slater (3) Terry Funk, Abdullah the Butcher (5) Giant Baba (6) Tiger Toguchi (7) Ted DiBiase (8) Ray Candy (9) The Mysterious Assassin (Bobby Jaggers) (10) Rocky Hata, Great Kojika (12) Motoji Okuma (13) Carl Fergie

May 1, 1980---Kuden Memorial Hall, Fukuoka
8th Champion Carnival Tournament Final
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Slater (23:45)---Tsuruta won the Tournament

May 28, 1980---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Harley Race beat Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Race (30:05)
(2) Race beat Tsuruta (17:10)
(3) 60 minutes time up---Race kept the title

June 7, 1980---Ichinoseki Bunka Gym, Iwate
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bill Robinson (1-1)
(1) Robinson beat Tsuruta (14:44)
(2) Tsuruta beat Robinson (3:06)
(3) 4:49 double countout---Tsuruta kept the title

June 22, 1980---Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel (20:05 disqualification)---Bockwinkel kept the title

June 28, 1980---Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
NWA World Tag Team title match (Detroit version)
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat John Bonelllo & Randy Scott

June 29, 1980---Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
NWA International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody & Scott Irwin (2-0)
(1) Baba & Tsuruta beat Brody & Irwin (14:00 disqualification)
(2) Tsuruta beat Irwin (6:05)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

August 4, 1980---Tatebayashi Civic Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody & Ernie Ladd (2-1)
(1) Ladd beat Tsuruta (11:20)
(2) Baba & Tsuruta beat Brody & Ladd (4:30 disqualification)
(3) Tsuruta beat Ladd (2:45)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

August 7, 1980---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bruiser Brody (1-1)
(1) Brody beat Tsuruta (9:35)
(2) Tsuruta beat Brody (4:15)
(3) 2:28 double countout---Tsuruta kept the title

September 1, 1980---Kanoya City Gym, Kagoshima
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Harley Race drew Jumbo Tsuruta (15:35 double countout)---Race kept the title

October 13, 1980---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
United National Heavyweight title match
Abdullah the Butcher beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Butcher (7:05)
(2) Butcher beat Tsuruta (2:42)
(3) Butcher beat Tsuruta (4:50)---Butcher became the 18th champion

October 17, 1980---Iwate Prefectural Gym, Morioka
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Robinson & Wahoo McDaniel (2-1)
(1) McDaniel beat Baba (14:20)
(2) Baba & Tsuruta beat Robinson & McDaniel (8:40 countout)
(3) Baba beat McDaniel (2:10)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

November 2, 1980---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher & Killer Tor Kamata (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Kamata (9:45)
(2) Kamata beat Baba (4:15)
(3) Baba & Tsuruta beat Butcher & Kamata (2:25 disqualification)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

November 4, 1980---Matsumoto City Gym, Nagano
United National Heavyweight title match
Abdullah the Butcher drew Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Butcher beat Tsuruta (5:05)
(2) Tsuruta beat Butcher (6:20)
(3) 4:43 Double countout---Butcher kept the title

November 28 - December 11, 1980
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
(2) Dory & Terry Funk
(3) Abdullah the Butcher & Killer Tor Kamata
(4) Nick Bockwinkel & Jim Brunzell, Dick Slater & Ricky Steamboat
(6) Bill Robinson & Les Thornton
(7) The Sheik & Great Mephisto (Frankie Cain)

December 11, 1980---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dory & Terry Funk (43:50 Tsuruta beat Terry by countout)---Baba & Tsuruta won the tournament, and this match was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

1981

January 22, 1981---Nirasaki City Gym, Yamanashi
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher (2-1)
(1) 7:47 double countout
(2) Tsuruta beat Butcher (3:33)---Tsuruta became the 19th champion

January 13, 1981---Shimabara City Gym, Nagasaki
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher & Mark Lewin (2-1)
(1) Lewin beat Tsuruta (5:31)
(2) Tsuruta beat Lewin (10:10)
(3) Baba & Tsuruta beat Butcher & Lewin (4:46 disqualification)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

March 27 - April 23, 1981
9th Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Giant Baba (2) Bruiser Brody (3) Jumbo Tsuruta (4) Abdullah the Butcher, Jack Brisco (6) Tiger Toguchi (7) Killer Tim Brooks (8) The Avenger (Moose Molowski) (9) Takashi Ishikawa (10) Prince Tonga (Haku) (11) Rocky Hata, Great Kojika (13) Motoji Okuma (14) Wayne Ferris (Honky Tonk Man)

April 24 - 30, 1981
International Heavyweight Title Tournament
8-Man Tournament for the vacant title with Bruiser Brody, Dory Funk Jr., Terry Funk, Jack Brisco, Abdullah the Butcher, Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, and Kim Duk. Dory won the title when Brody abstained from the tournament final because of injury.

April 24, 1981---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta drew Dory & Terry Funk (1-1)
(1) Terry beat Baba (21:07)
(2) Baba beat Terry (6:00)
(3) 10:54 double countout---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

April 28, 1981---Gifu Civic Center
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jack Brisco (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Brisco (8:01)
(2) Brisco beat Tsuruta (12:44)
(3) Tsuruta beat Brisco (1:25)---Tsuruta kept the title

June 11, 1981---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jimmy Snuka (2-1)
(1) Snuka beat Tsuruta (10:32)
(2) Tsuruta beat Snuka (4:26)
(3) Tsuruta beat Snuka (5:51)---Tsuruta kept the title

July 13, 1981---Sunagawa City Gym, Hokkaido
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Slater (2-1)
(1) Slater beat Tsuruta (10:50)
(2) Tsuruta beat Slater (3:07)
(3) Tsuruta beat Slater (6:17)---Tsuruta kept the title

July 17, 1981---Shimotsuma City Gym, Ibaraki
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Killer Tor Kamata & Great Martialborg (2-0)
(1) Baba & Tsuruta beat Kamata & Martialborg (9:43 disqualification)
(2) Tsuruta beat Martialborg (2:21)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

July 30, 1981---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Robinson & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (2-1)
(1) Robinson beat Baba (14:57)
(2) Baba beat Robinson (5:11)
(3) Baba beat Tenryu (6:05)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

September 4, 1981---Osaka Furitsu Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Gypsy Joe (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Joe (10:15)
(2) Joe beat Tsuruta (5:27)
(3) Tsuruta beat Joe (5:15)---Tsuruta kept the title

October 6, 1981---Miyagi Prefectural Sports Center, Sendai
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody & Jimmy Snuka (1-1)
(1) Snuka beat Tsuruta (8:02)
(2) Tsuruta beat Snuka (3:02)
(3) 1:56 double countout---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 9, 1981---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Ric Flair beat Jumbo Tsuruta (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Flair (17:43)
(2) Flair beat Tsuruta (5:26)
(3) Flair beat Tsuruta (5:46)---Flair kept the title

October 15, 1981---Oita Prefectural Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jimmy Snuka (2-1)
(1) Snuka beat Tsuruta (10:59)
(2) Tsuruta beat Snuka (5:44 countout)
(3) Tsuruta beat Snuka (5:15)---Tsuruta kept the title

October 24, 1981---Chitose City Sports Center, Hokkaido
International Heavyweight title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda (2-1)
(1) Ueda beat Tsuruta (7:15)
(2) Tsuruta beat Ueda (5:57)
(3) Baba & Tsuruta beat Singh & Ueda (1:27 disqualification)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 27, 1981---Otaru City Gym, Hokkaido
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Alexis Smirnoff (2-1)
(1) Smirnoff beat Tsuruta (45 seconds)
(2) Tsuruta beat Smirnoff (6:17)
(3) Tsuruta beat Smirnoff (1:29)---Tsuruta kept the title

November 27 - December 13, 1981
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Bruiser Brody & Jimmy Snuka
(2) Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
(3) Dory & Terry Funk
(4) Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda
(5) Harley Race & Larry Hennig
(6) The Sheik & Mark Lewin
(7) Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara, Great Kojika & Motoshi Ohkuma, Baron Von Raschke & Killer Karl Krupp

1982

January 3, 1982---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Killer Tor Kamata (2-1)
(1) Kamata beat Tsuruta (5:29)
(2) Tsuruta beat Kamata (1:37)
(3) Tsuruta beat Kamata (7:39 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

February 3, 1982---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel & Nikolai Volkoff (2-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Volkoff (11:02)
(2) Volkoff beat Tsuruta (4:45)
(3) Tsuruta beat Volkoff (4:45)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

February 20, 1982---Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Giant Baba

March 7, 1982---Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Tommy Rich (12:25 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 19 - April 16, 1982
10th Champion Carnival Tournament
(1) Giant Baba (2) Bruiser Brody (3) Jumbo Tsuruta, Ted DiBiase (5) Gen-ichiro Tenryu (6) Billy Robinson (7) Mongolian Stomper (8) Alexis Smirnoff (9) Buck Robley (10) Mighty Inoue (11) Rocky Hata, Prince Tonga, Motoji Okuma, Akio Sato (15) Takashi Ishikawa (16) Great Kojika (17) Bill Howard (18) Ashura Hara

April 19, 1982---Hiroshima Prefectural Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Harley Race (22:43 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 20, 1982---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta drew Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody (1-1)
(1) Brody beat Tsuruta (7:38)
(2) 4:05 Baba & Tsuruta beat Hansen & Brody by disqualification
(3) 3:08 double countout---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

April 22, 1982---Tokyo Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Harley Race (13:06 referee's stop)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 28, 1982---Asahikawa City Gym, Hokkaido
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Slater (20:06)---Tsuruta kept the title

June 8, 1982---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Ric Flair drew Jumbo Tsuruta
(29:11 double pinfall)---Flair kept the title

June 17, 1982---Civic Center Coliseum, Amarillo, Texas
International Heavyweight title match
Bruiser Brody drew Jumbo Tsuruta (12:32 double countout)---Brody kept the title

July 9, 1982---Kumamoto City Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Killer Tor Kamata (12:13)---Tsuruta kept the title

July 16, 1982---Toyama City Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Tiger Jeet Singh & Killer Tor Kamata (17:40 Baba beat Kamata)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

July 30, 1982---Kawasaki City Gym, Kanagawa
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Mil Mascaras (12:01 double countout and 5 minutes time up)---Tsuruta kept the title

August 1, 1982---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
United National Heavyweight title match
Harley Race beat Jumbo Tsuruta (15:29)---Race became the 20th champion

September 2, 1982---Tochigi Prefectural Gym, Utsunomiya
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen & Ron Bass (12:25 Tsuruta beat Bass)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 7, 1982---Osaka Furitsu Gym
International Heavyweight title match
Bruiser Brody drew Jumbo Tsuruta (20:18 double countout)---Brody kept the title

October 9, 1982---Kochi Prefectural Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody & Nikolai Volkoff (10:39 Tsuruta beat Volkoff)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

October 24, 1982---Kitami Sports Center, Hokkaido
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Harley Race (20:14)---Tsuruta became the 21st champion

November 26 - December 13, 1982
World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Dory & Terry Funk
(2) Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody, Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta
(4) Harley Race & Dick Slater
(5) Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara
(6) Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood
(7) Super Destroyer (Scott Irwin) & Umanosuke Ueda

1983

January 22, 1983---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta drew Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda (7:18 double countout)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

February 25, 1983---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Tommy Rich (15:41)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 1, 1983---Ichihara Seaside Center, Chiba
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Ted DiBiase (15:46)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 3, 1983---Sanjo City Welfare Hall, Niigata
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen & Alexis Smirnoff (13:58 Tsuruta beat Smirnoff)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

April 7, 1983---Miyagi Prefectural Sports Center, Sendai
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Terry Funk & Ted DiBiase (12:03 Baba beat DiBiase)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

April 11, 1983---Hiroshima Prefectural Gym
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Alexis Smirnoff (9:46)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 12, 1983---Ehime Prefectural Hall, Matsuyama
International Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Ron Bass beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (15:21 Hansen beat Baba)---Hansen & Bass became the 30th champions

April 17, 1983---Nagasaki International Gym
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen & Ron Bass (13:41 Baba beat Bass)---Baba & Tsuruta became the 31st champions

April 27, 1983---Nishiwaki Civic Center, Hyogo
International Heavyweight title match
Bruiser Brody beat Jumbo Tsuruta (15:40 disqualification)---Brody kept the title

May 19, 1983---Ako Civic Gym, Hyogo
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nikolai Volkoff (7:06)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 26, 1983---Tenryu City Gym, Shizuoka
International Heavyweight title match
Bruiser Brody beat Jumbo Tsuruta (20:48 disqualification)---Brody kept the title

June 3, 1983---Asahikawa City Gym, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Slater & Roddy Piper (16:21 Tsuruta beat Piper)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

June 8, 1983---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Ric Flair (1-0)
(1) Tsuruta beat Flair (29:39)
(2) 60 minutes time up---Tsuruta kept the title

June 13, 1983---Civic Center, Savannah, Georgia
International Heavyweight title match
Bruiser Brody drew Jumbo Tsuruta (15:56 double countout)---Brody kept the title

June 15, 1983---Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi, Texas
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jose Lothario (9:36)---Tsuruta kept the title

June 17, 1983---Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
United National Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Ted DiBiase (14:00)---Tsuruta kept the title, but the title was vacated when Tsuruta decided to concentrate on winning the International title from Bruiser Brody

July 26, 1983---Fukuoka Sports Center
International Tag Team title match
Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda beat Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta (17:08 Singh beat Tsuruta by countout)---Singh & Ueda became the 32nd champions

August 1, 1983---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda (11:00 Tsuruta beat Ueda by countout)---Baba & Tsuruta became the 33rd champions

August 31, 1983---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody (21:33 countout)---Tsuruta became the 14th champion

October 14, 1983---Sasebo City Gym, Nagasaki
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bruiser Brody (19:13 double disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

November 3, 1983---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen & One Man Gang (11:42 Tsuruta beat Gang)

November 25 - December 12, 1983
World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody
(2) Dory Funk Jr. & Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu
(4) Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda, Mil Mascaras & Dos Caras
(6) Barry Windham & Ron Fuller
(7) Ashura Hara & Mighty Inoue
(8) The Mongolian (Gene Lewis) & Goro Tsurumi

December 12, 1983---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (17:45 Hansen beat Tenryu)---Hansen & Brody won the tournament

1984

January 10, 1984---Muroran City Gym, Hokkaido
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Steve Olsonoski (8:46)---Tsuruta kept the title

January 20, 1984---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Terry Gordy & Michael Hayes (17:14 Tsuruta beat Hayes by countout)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

February 23, 1984---Kuramae Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
AWA World / International Heavyweight double title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel (32:00)---Tsuruta became the 33rd champion

February 28, 1984---Toyohashi City Gym, Aichi
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody & Alexis Smirnoff (10:13 Tsuruta beat Smirnoff)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

March 4, 1984---Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
AWA World / International Heavyweight double title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Blackjack Lanza (14:32)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 11, 1984---Brown County Arena, Green Bay, Wisconsin
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Robinson (19:47)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 15, 1984---Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Jim Brunzell (15:59)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 4, 1984---Okayama Budokan
International Tag Team title match
Giant Baba & Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen & Ron Bass (12:38 Baba beat Bass)---Baba & Tsuruta kept the title

International Tag Team title was vacated when Giant Baba was injured.

April 14, 1984---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bruiser Brody (18:26 No Contest)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 28, 1984---Cow Palace, San Francisco, California
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel (18:12 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 29, 1984---Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, Illinois
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Nick Bockwinkel beat Jumbo Tsuruta (10:52 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 2, 1984---Rochester, Minnesota
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Baron Von Raschke beat Jumbo Tsuruta (16:13 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 4, 1984---Municipal Auditorium, Denver, Colorado
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Nick Bockwinkel beat Jumbo Tsuruta (15:01 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 5, 1984---Boylan Catholic High School Gym, Rockford, Illinois
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Robinson (25:10)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 6, 1984---Brown County Arena, Green Bay, Wisconsin
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Nick Bockwinkel beat Jumbo Tsuruta (21:37 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 7, 1984---Paul Sauve Arena, Quebec, Canada
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel (17:02 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 10, 1984---Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Greg Gagne beat Jumbo Tsuruta (15:13 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 11, 1984---Municipal Auditorium, Milwaukee
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Blackjack Mulligan (13:15 countout)

May 13, 1984---Civic Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
AWA World Heavyweight title match
Rick Martel beat Jumbo Tsuruta (22:24)---Martel became the 24th champion

May 20, 1984---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu drew Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda (20:57 No Contest)---Title was still vacated

May 22, 1984---Den-en Coliseum, Tokyo
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Kerry Von Erich beat Jumbo Tsuruta (1-1)
(1) Tsuruta beat Kerry (13:05)
(2) Kerry beat Tsuruta (6:37)
(3) 7:56 double countout---Kerry kept the title

May 27, 1984---Kawasaki City Gym, Kanagawa
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu drew Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda (18:24 double disqualification)---Title was still vacated

June 7, 1984---Narita City Gym, Chiba
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bill Robinson (16:34 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

June 13, 1984---Osaka Furitsu Gym
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bill Robinson (15:29)---Tsuruta kept the title

July 10, 1984
Tsuruta announced his engagement to Miss Yasuko Aramaki (former Japan Air Lines stewardess).

July 25, 1994---Fukuoka Sports Center
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Rick Martel (22:02 countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

September 3, 1984---Hiroshima Prefectural Gym
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Bruiser Brody & Crusher Blackwell (18:13 Tsuruta beat Blackwell---Tsuruta & Tenryu became the 34th champions

September 6, 1984---Osaka Furitsu Gym
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Bruiser Brody (20:20 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

September 23, 1984
Tsuruta married Miss Yasuko by the good offices of Mr. & Mrs. Baba.

October 16, 1984---Toyama City Gym
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Terry Gordy & Michael Hayes (19:00 disqualification)---Tsuruta & Tenryu kept the title

October 29, 1984---Ota Ward Gym, Tokyo
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Terry Gordy (23:58 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

November 22 - December 12, 1984
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu
(2) Dory & Terry Funk, Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody, Harley Race & Nick Bockwinkel
(5) Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith
(6) Giant Baba & Rusher Kimura, One Man Gang & Goro Tsurumi
(8) Tiger Jeet Singh & Mike Shaw (Makhan Singh [Stampede], Norman The Lunatic [WCW],
Bastion Booger [WWF])

December 12, 1984---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody (18:47 disqualification)---Tsuruta & Tenryu won the tournament

Riki Choshu and his Ishin Gundan left New Japan Pro Wrestling, formed Japan Pro Wrestling, and came into All Japan Pro Wrestling.

1985

March 9, 1985---Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Road Warriors (2-1)
(1) Hawk beat Tsuruta (7:35)
(2) Tsuruta beat Hawk (2:13)
(3) Tsuruta & Tenryu beat Warriors by disqualification

March 21, 1995
Bruiser Brody jumped to New Japan Pro Wrestling.

April 3, 1985---Yamagata Prefectural Gym
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Stan Hansen & Ron Bass (11:53 disqualification)---Tsuruta & Tenryu kept the title

April 17, 1985---Nagahama Civic Gym, Shiga
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Dick Slater (21:29)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 24, 1985---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Ric Flair drew Jumbo Tsuruta (26:01 double countout)---Flair kept the title

June 4, 1985---Osaka Castle Hall
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Terry Gordy (18:35 countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

July 29, 1985---Kagoshima Prefectural Gym
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Stan Hansen & Texas Red (Gene Lewis)---Tsuruta & Tenryu kept the title

August 5, 1985
Tsuruta had an operation on his injured right elbow.

August 31, 1985---Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
PWF World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (15:30 Hansen beat Tsuruta by referee's stop)

September 14, 1985---Matsumoto City Gym, Nagano
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Killer Khan & Yoshiaki Yatsu (17:54 Tsuruta beat Khan by countout)---Tsuruta & Tenryu kept the title

September 19, 1985---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Harley Race (16:12 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

November 4, 1985---Osaka Castle Hall
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Riki Choshu (60 minutes time up)---Tsuruta vs. Choshu first singles match and was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

November 23 - December 12, 1985
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase
(2) Dory Funk Jr. & Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu
(2) Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu, Harley Race & Jesse Barr
(6) Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith, Rusher Kimura & Ashura Hara
(6) Nick Bockwinkel & Curt Hennig

1986

Tsuruta vs. Tenryu
Tsuruta vs. Gen-ichiro Tenryu

January 28, 1986---Tokyo Gym
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu (22:21 Tenryu beat Yatsu)---Tsuruta & Tenryu kept the title

February 5, 1986---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (24:01 Yatsu beat Tenryu)---Choshu & Yatsu became the 35th champions

February 13 - 19, 1986
Giant Baba and All Japan Pro Wrestling had Taiwan tour.

March 4, 1986---Osaka Castle Hall
International Tag Team title match
Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu drew Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro (24:47 double countout)---Choshu & Yatsu kept the title

March 10, 1986---Miyagi Prefectural Sports Center, Sendai
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Terry Gordy (14:34)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 29, 1986---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
AWA World / PWF / International Heavyweight triple title match
Stan Hansen drew Jumbo Tsuruta (8:45 double countout)---Both champions kept the title

April 19, 1986---Hyogo Prefectural Bunka Gym, Kobe
AWA World / International Heavyweight double title match
Stan Hansen drew Jumbo Tsuruta (16:52 double countout)---Both champions kept the title

May 24, 1986---Numazu City Gym, Shizuoka
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Harley Race (13:02 double disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

July 27, 1986---Nagano City Gym, Aichi
PWF World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase drew Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (11:48 double countout)---Hansen & DiBiase kept the title

July 31, 1986---Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
AWA World / International Heavyweight double title match
Stan Hansen beat Jumbo Tsuruta (16:27)---Hansen kept the AWA title and became the 15th International champion

September 3, 1986---Osaka Castle Hall
International Heavyweight title match
Stan Hansen drew Jumbo Tsuruta (22:14 double countout)---Hansen kept the title

October 27, 1986---Niigata City Gym
International Tag Team title match
Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu drew Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (22:10 double countout)---Choshu & Yatsu kept the title

October 21, 1986---Ryogoku Kokugikan (Sumo Hall), Tokyo
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen (19:37)---Tsuruta became the 16th champion

November 4, 1986---Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Tony Zain & Brody Chase

November 7, 1986---Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Art Pritts & Grim Reaper

November 22 - December 12, 1986
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu
(2) Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase
(3) Dory & Terry Funk, Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu
(5) Terry Gordy & Killer Khan
(6) Giant Baba & Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa), Rick Martel & Tom Zenk
(8) Rusher Kimura & Goro Tsurumi
(9) Ashura Hara & Strong Machine (Junji Hirata)

December 12, 1986---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase (8:13 Tsuruta beat DiBiase by countout)---Tsuruta & Tenryu won the tournament

1987

January 24, 1987---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
International Tag Team title match
Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu drew Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (17:56 Choshu beat Tenryu)---Choshu & Yatsu kept the title

February 5, 1987---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
International Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Riki Choshu & Yoshiaki Yatsu (17:05 Tenryu beat Yatsu)---Tsuruta & Tenryu became the 36th champions

February 23, 1987
Riki Choshu left All Japan.

March 10, 1987---Koriyama Gym, Fukushiama
NWA World Heavyweight title match
Ric Flair beat Jumbo Tsuruta (17:29 disqualification)---Flair kept the title

March 12, 1987---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Road Warriors beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (11:17 Animal beat Tsuruta by countout)---Warriors became the 37th champions

April 2, 1987---Osaka Furitsu Gym
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Tommy Rich (10:00)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 7, 1987---Ota Ward Gym, Tokyo
PWF World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase drew Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (17:59 double countout)---Hansen & DiBiase kept the title

April 24, 1987---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Yoshiaki Yatsu (23:00 No Contest)---Tsuruta kept the title

June 9, 1987---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
International Tag Team title match
Road Warriors beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Hiroshi Wajima (9:50 Animal beat Tsuruta by countout)---Warriors kept the title

July 3, 1987---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
PWF World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) beat Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase (13:10 Tiger Mask beat DiBiase by countout)---Tsuruta & Tiger became the third champions

July 11, 1987---Yonago Industrial Hall, Tottori
PWF World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Ted DiBiase beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) (11:55 Hansen beat Tiger)---Hansen & DiBiase became the fourth champions

July 22, 1987---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen (14:22 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

August 31, 1987---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Jumbo Tsuruta (21:35 countout)---This match was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

September 12, 1987---Kurashiki City Gym, Okayama
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Nick Bockwinkel (9:47)---Tsuruta kept the title

October 30, 1987---Chiba Park Gym
International Tag Team title match
Road Warriors beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu (12:16 double countout)---Warriors kept the title

November 21 - December 11, 1987
Real World Tag Team LeagueTournament
(1) Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu
(2) Dory & Terry Funk, Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy, Bruiser Brody & Jimmy Snuka, Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara
(6) Abdullah the Butcher & TNT (Savio Vega)
(7) Giant Baba & Hiroshi Wajima
(8) Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) & Shin-ichi Nakano, The Great Kabuki & John Tenta (Earthquake)
(9) Tom Zenk & The Terminator (Mark Laurinaitis / Wrecking Crew Fury)
(10) Mark & Chris Youngblood
(11) Rusher Kimura & Goro Tsurumi

December 11, 1987---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Bruiser Brody & Jimmy Snuka (16:51 Yatsu beat Snuka)---Tsuruta & Yatsu won the tournament

1988

January 13, 1988---Kagoshima Prefectural Gym
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Abdullah the Butcher (13:25 double countout)---Tsuruta kept the title

March 9, 1988---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) (14:38)---Tsuruta vs. Misawa first singles match

March 27, 1988---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
International Heavyweight title match
Bruiser Brody beat Jumbo Tsuruta (17:07)---Brody became the 17th champion

April 19, 1988---Miyagi Prefectural Sports Center, Sendai
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Bruiser Brody (20:34)---Tsuruta became the 18th champion

June 4, 1988---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
PWF World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara (22:53 Yatsu beat Hara)---Tsuruta & Yatsu became the seventh champions

June 10, 1988---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
PWF World / International Tag Team double title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat The Road Warriors (13:48 disqualification)---Tsuruta & Yatsu unified the titles and became the first World Tag Team champions

July 16, 1988---Takamatsu Civic Bunka Center, Kagawa
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu drew Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy (18:37 No Contest)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

July 16, 1988
Bruiser Brody died after being stabbed by Jose Gonzales in Puerto Rico.

July 29, 1988---Takasaki City Central Gym, Gumma
World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (16:54)---Hansen & Gordy became the second champions

July 31, 1988---Chiyogadai Ground, Hakodate City, Hokkaido
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy (14:47 Yatsu beat Gordy)---Tsuruta & Yatsu became the third champions

August 29, 1988---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Bruiser Brody Memorial Night
World Tag Team title match
Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu (29:51 Tenryu beat Tsuruta)---Tenryu & Hara became the fourth champions

August 30, 1988---Osaka Furitsu Gym
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Ashura Hara (25:18 Tsuruta beat Tenryu)---Tsuruta & Yatsu became the fifth champions

The title was vacated for the Real World Tag Team League tournament in November.

September 9, 1988---Chiba Park Gym
International Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Abdullah the Butcher (14:43 disqualification)---Tsuruta kept the title

October 17, 1988---Hiroshima Prefectural Gym
International / PWF / United National Heavyweight triple title match
Stan Hansen drew Jumbo Tsuruta (15:00 double countout)---Both champions kept the titles

November 19 - December 16, 1988
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy
(2) Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu
(3) Giant Baba & Rusher Kimura
(4) Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Toshiaki Kawada, Abdullah the Butcher & Tiger Jeet Singh
(6) Danny Spivey & Johnny Ace
(7) The Great Kabuki & Hiroshi Wajima, Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) & Jimmy Snuka
(9) Shunji Takano & John Tenta (Earthquake)
(10) Dick Slater & Tommy Rich, Crusher Blackwell & Phil Hickerson (P.Y. Chu Hi)

1989

February 2, 1989---Memorial Hall, Kansas City, Kansas
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy (17:33 Tsuruta beat Gordy)---Tsuruta & Yatsu became the seventh champions

February 23, 1989---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Toshiaki Kawada (24:58 Tsuruta beat Kawada)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

February 25, 1989---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Giant Baba & Rusher Kimura (20:12 Tsuruta beat Kimura)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

March 25, 1989---Kumagaya Civic Gym, Saitama
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Stan Hansen & Terry Gordy (18:00 Yatsu beat Gordy by countout)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

April 4, 1989---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Stan Hansen & Gen-ichiro Tenryu (27:28 Yatsu beat Tenryu by countout)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

April 16, 1989---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
International / PWF / United National Heavyweight triple title match
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Stan Hansen (14:04 No Contest)---Both champions kept the titles

April 18, 1989---Ota Ward Gym, Tokyo
International / PWF / United National Heavyweight triple title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen (17:53)---Tsuruta unified three titles and became the first Triple Crown champion

April 20, 1989---Osaka Furitsu Gym
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu (16:03)---Tsuruta kept the title

May 13, 1989---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Dick Slater & Danny Spivey (13:23 Tsuruta beat Slater)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

May 24, 1989---Akita Prefectural Gym
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith (16:47 Tsuruta beat Smith)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

June 5, 1989---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Jumbo Tsuruta---Tenryu became the second champion and this match was awarded "Match of the Year" by Tokyo Sports

June 8, 1989---Chiba Park Gym
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Stan Hansen & Toshiaki Kawada (15:31 Tsuruta beat Kawada)---Tsuruta and Yatsu kept the title

July 11, 1989---Sapporo Nakajima Sports Center, Hokkaido
World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu (21:28 Hansen beat Tsuruta)---Hansen & Tenryu became the eighth champions

July 22, 1989---Ishikawa Prefecture Industrial Hall, Kanazawa
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Stan Hansen (21:58 Tsuruta beat Hansen)---Tsuruta & Yatsu became the ninth champions

August 29, 1989---Osaka Furitsu Gym
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Toshiaki Kawada (23:04 Yatsu beat Kawada)---Tsuruta & Yatsu kept the title

October 11, 1989---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu (22:38)---Tsuruta became the third champion

October 20, 1989---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Kanazawa
World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu (22:28 Hansen beat Yatsu)---Hansen & Tenryu became the 10th champions

The title was vacated for the Real World Tag Team League tournament in November.

November 17 - December 6, 1989
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Gen-ichiro Tenryu & Stan Hansen
(2) Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki
(3) Giant Baba & Rusher Kimura
(4) Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith
(5) Abdullah the Butcher & Tiger Jeet Singh
(6) Danny Kroffat & Doug Furnas
(7) Terry Gordy & Bill Irwin
(8) Toshiaki Kawada & Hiromichi Fuyuki
(9) The Nasty Boys

December 6, 1989---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Real World Tag Team League Tournament Final
Stan Hansen & Gen-ichiro Tenryu beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu (28:57 Hansen beat Yatsu)---Hansen & Tenryu won the tournament and World Tag Team title

1990

January 27, 1990---Korakuen Hall
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Kenta Kobashi (12:45)---Tsuruta vs. Kobashi first singles match

February 10, 1990---Tokyo Dome
Super Fight at Tokyo Dome
Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu beat Kengo Kimura & Osamu Kido (15:06 Tsuruta beat Kido)

March 6, 1990---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Triple Crown Heavyweight title
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Barry Windham (12:39)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 13, 1990---Tokyo Dome
Japan-USA Wrestling Summit
Jumbo Tsuruta & King Haku beat Rick Martel & Curt Hennig (10:53 Tsuruta beat Martel)

April 19, 1990---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Triple Crown Heavyweight title
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Gen-ichiro Tenryu (12:32)---Tsuruta kept the title

April 26, 1990
Gen-ichiro Tenryu left All Japan Pro Wrestling.

June 5, 1990---Chiba Park Gym, Tokyo
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Terry Gordy beat Jumbo Tsuruta (16:51)---Gordy became the fourth champion

June 8, 1990---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Mitsuharu Misawa beat Jumbo Tsuruta (24:06)---Tsuruta lost to Misawa in a singles match for the first time

July 19, 1990---Takeo City Gym, Fukui
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & The Great Kabuki beat Terry Gordy & Steve Williams (31:57 Tsuruta beat Williams)---Tsuruta & Kabuki became the 13th champions

July 30, 1990
The Great Kabuki left All Japan Pro Wrestling, and the World Tag Team title was vacated.

November 15 - December 7, 1990
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Terry Gordy & Steve Williams
(2) Stan Hansen & Danny Spivey
(3) Dory & Terry Funk, Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue,
(3) Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada
(6) Giant Baba & Andre the Giant
(7) Abdullah the Butcher & Giant Kimala #2
(8) Kenta Kobashi & Johnny Ace, Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith
(10) Skywalker Nitron & Blade Butch Masters
(11) Rusher Kimura & Mighty Inoue, Dick Slater & Joe Deaton
(13) Doug Furnas & Ricky Santana

1991

January 19, 1991---Matsumoto City Gym, Nagano
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen (15:49)---Tsuruta became the eighth champion

March 4, 1991---Hamamatsu City Gym, Shizuoka
World Tag Team title match
Terry Gordy & Steve Williams beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue (22:15 Gordy beat Taue)---Gordy & Williams kept the title

March 23 -April 16, 1991
11th Champion Carnival Tournament
A-group: (1) Stan Hansen (2) Mitsuharu Misawa (3) Dynamite Kid (4) Kenta Kobashi (5) Doug Furnas (6) Texas Terminator Hoss (7) Johnny Ace
B-group: (1) Jumbo Tsuruta (2) Danny Spivey (3) Toshiaki Kawada (4) Akira Taue (5) Dan Kroffat (6) Johnny Smith (7) Cactus Jack

March 26, 1991---Chchibu Civic Gym, Saitama
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Cactus Jack (4:58)---One and only Tsuruta vs. Cactus singles match

March 29, 1991---Nagaoka City Welfare Hall, Niigata
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Akira Taue (12:38)---Tsuruta vs. Taue one and only singles match

April 6, 1991---Osaka Furitsu Gym
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Toshiaki Kawada (17:13)---Tsuruta vs. Kawada first singles match

April 16, 1991---Aichi Prefectural Gym, Nagoya
11th Champion Carnival Tournament
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Stan Hansen (12:53)---Tsuruta won the Tournament

April 18, 1991---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Mitsuharu Misawa---Tsuruta kept the title

June 1, 1991---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
World Tag Team title match
Stan Hansen & Danny Spivey beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue (15:40 Spivey beat Taue)---Hansen & Spivey kept the title

July 20, 1991---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Steve Williams (20:35)---Tsuruta kept the title

September 4, 1991---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
World Tag Team title match
Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue (26:34 Misawa beat Tsuruta)---Misawa & Kawada kept the title

October 24, 1991---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Jumbo Tsuruta beat Toshiaki Kawada (19:05)---Kawada kept the title

November 16 - December 6, 1991
Real World Tag Team League Tournament
(1) Terry Gordy & Steve Williams
(2) Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue, Giant Baba & Andre the Giant
(2) Stan Hansen & Danny Spivey
(5) Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada
(6) Abdullah the Butcher & Giant Kimala #2
(7) Dory Funk Jr. & Al Perez, Danny Kroffat & Doug Furnas, Joe Deaton & Billy Black
(10) Dynamite Kid & Johnny Smith
(11) Rusher Kimura & Mighty Inoue
(12) Johnny Ace & Sunny Beach

1992

Jumbo and Masanori
Tsuruta and Masanori, September 26, 1997

January 28, 1992---Chiba Park Gym
Triple Crown Heavyweight title match
Stan Hansen beat Jumbo Tsuruta (16:41)---Hansen became the ninth champion

March 4, 1992---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue beat Terry Gordy & Steve Williams (31:18 Tsuruta beat Williams)---Tsuruta & Taue became the 19th champions

April 2, 1992---Yokohama Bunka Gym, Kanagawa
Jumbo Tsuruta drew Mitsuharu Misawa (30 minutes time up)---Tsuruta vs. Misawa last singles match

June 5, 1992---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue beat Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi (27:12 Taue beat Kobashi)---Tsuruta & Taue kept the title

October 7, 1992---Osaka Furitsu Gym
World Tag Team title match
Jumbo Tsuruta & Akira Taue beat Terry Gordy & Steve Williams (25:38 Taue beat Gordy)---Tsuruta & Taue kept the title

October 21, 1992---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
All Japan Pro Wrestling 20th Anniversary match
Jumbo Tsuruta, Andre the Giant, & Terry Gordy beat Giant Baba, Dory Funk Jr., & Stan Hansen (14:32 Tsuruta beat Dory)

November 13, 1992
All Japan Pro Wrestling announced Tsuruta's entering a hospital. World Tag Team title was vacated. Tsuruta had fought a long battle with hepatitis since then, which prematurely ended his wrestling career.

1993 -1997

Tsuruta eventually returned, but it was for very few appearances, and he never headlined again. He entered Tsukuba University as a graduate student on April 6, 1995.

October 23, 1993---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Rusher Kimura beat Masanobu Fuchi, Haruka Eigen, & Ryukaku Izumida (14:18 Kimura beat Izumida)---Tsuruta returned to the ring after a one-year absence

January 19, 1995---Osaka Furitsu Gym
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Mitsuharu Misawa beat Jun Akiyama, Takao Omori, & Tamon Honda (15:37 Misawa beat Omori)

February 24, 1995---Takamatsu City Gym
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Stan Hansen beat Eagle (Jackie Fulton), Falcon (Steve Armstrong), & Rob Van Dam

September 15, 1995---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Akira Taue beat Kenta Kobashi, Jun Akiyama, & Tamon Honda

September 30, 1995---Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Giant Baba 35th Anniversary match
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Dory Funk Jr. beat Jun Akiyama, Takao Omori, & Tamon Honda (15:42 Dory beat Omori)

April 20, 1996---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Jumbo Tsuruta & Stan Hansen beat Takao Omori & Tamon Honda

October 18, 1996---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Giant Baba, Dory Funk Jr., & Akira Taue beat Jumbo Tsuruta, Mitsuharu Misawa, & Jun Akiyama (15:36 Taue beat Tsuruta)

October 21, 1997---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
All Japan Pro Wrestling 25th Anniversary match
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Stan Hansen beat Masanobu Fuchi, Tamon Honda, & Giant Kimala (12:57 Hansen beat Honda)

1998

Jumbo Tsuruta
Jumbo Tsuruta, May 1, 1998

May 1, 1998---Tokyo Dome
Jumbo Tsuruta, Rusher Kimura, & Mitsuo Momota beat Masanobu Fuchi, Haruka Eigen, & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi (10:12 Momota beat Kikuchi)

September 11, 1998---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Giant Baba, Jumbo Tsuruta, & Rusher Kimura beat Masanobu Fuchi, Haruka Eigen, & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi (15:21 Kimura beat Kikuchi)---Tsuruta's last match

1999

January 31, 1999
Shohei "Giant" Baba, 61, passed away.

Announcing his retirement
Jumbo Tsuruta, February 20, 1999

February 20, 1999
Tsuruta announced his retirement.

March 6, 1999---Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Tsuruta had a retirement ceremony. He had 3,329 matches in Japan.

At his retirement ceremony
Jumbo at his retirement ceremony, March 6, 1999

March 10, 1999
Tsuruta and his family moved to the United States, where he took an Assistant Professor position at the University of Portland in Oregon.

Tsuruta's health took a turn for the worse at the end of 1999, and he returned to Japan.

2000

Tsuruta was in a hospital in Kasamatsu, Gifu Prefecture until April 11 before being moved to a hospital in Brisbane, Australia in the end of April.

Saturday, May 13
Tomomi Tsuruta, 49, passed away in Manila in the Philippines, while hospitalized in the National Kidney Hospital, at 4:00 p.m. He had undergone a kidney transplant under the director of the hospital but suffered from excessive bleeding. He is survived by his wife, Yasuko, and three sons (Yuji, 14, Ken, 7, and Naoki, 4).

 

Jumbo Tsuruta, 1951-2000

Tomomi Tsuruta
March 25, 1951
-May 13, 2000

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