[box type=”info” align=”alignleft” ]The WWF International Championship is a former championship recognized by NWA Northeast, the World Wrestling Federation, New Japan Pro Wrestling and the Japanese UWF.
The title existed from 1959 through 1963 and again from 1982 through 1985.[/box]
|7||Akira Maeda||1||March 25, 1984||New York City, NY||House Show||Maeda defeated Pierre Lefebvre at Madison Square Garden to be recognized by WWF. He returned to UWF during April 1984 and defended it until July 23, 1984, when UWF President Hisashi Shinma jumped to All Japan Pro Wrestling, and thus UWF and the WWF split.|
|6||Tatsumi Fujinami||2||August 4, 1983||Tokyo, Japan||House Show||Fujinami won the match by countout but refused to accept the belt. Choshu couldn’t get into Canada for the rematch in Calgary, Alberta on August 12, 1983, and Fujinami was recognized as champion. Fujinami gave up the title after a double disqualification against Super Strong Machine on July 19, 1985 in Sapporo, Japan. The title was then abandoned on October 31, 1985 when New Japan and the WWF split.|
|5||Riki Choshu||1||April 3, 1983||Tokyo, Japan||House Show|
|4||Tatsumi Fujinami||1||August 30, 1982||New York City, NY||House Show|
|3||Gino Brito||1||August 1982||Buffalo, NY||House Show|
|2||Tony Parisi||1||1982||Buffalo, NY||House Show|
|1||Antonino Rocca||1||July 1959||New York City, NY||House Show||Defeated Buddy Rogers to become the first champion. The title was then vacated in 1963 and became inactive|
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