Tiger Jeet Singh
NWA (Toronto) International Tag Team titles w/Fred Atkins defeating Bulldog Brower & Billy Watson (July 31, 1966);
NWA (Toronto) United States Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Valentine (June 11, 1967);
NWA (Toronto) International Tag Team titles w/Bull Curry defeating Bulldog Brower & Billy Watson (May 26, 1968);
IWA (Australia) World Tag Team titles w/Mr. Fuji defeating Curtis Iaukea & Mark Lewin (May 1971);
IWA (Montreal) International Heavyweight title won a Tournament (1974);
NWF (Cleveland/Buffalo) World Heavyweight title defeating Antonio Inoki (March 13, 1975);
NWA (Vancouver) Canadian Tag Team titles w/Dennis Stamp defeating Mr. Saito & Dale Lewis (September 8, 1975);
Asia Heavyweight title defeating Seiji Sakaguchi [Tournament] (July 29, 1976);
NWA (Los Angeles/Japan) North American Tag Team titles w/Umanosuke Ueda defeating Strong Kobayshi & Seiji Sakaguchi (February 2, 1977);
All Asia Tag Team titles w/Umanosuke Ueda defeating Seiji Sakaguchi & Strong Kobayshi (July 15, 1977);
NWF (Cleveland/Buffalo) North American Heavyweight title defeating Seiji Sakaguchi (September 21, 1979);
UWA (Mexico) World Heavyweight title defeating El Canek (January 17, 1980);
UWA (Mexico) World Heavyweight title defeating Antonio Inoki (October 24, 1980);
NWA (All Japan) International Tag Team titles w/Umanosuke Ueda defeating Jumbo Tsuruta & Giant Baba (July 26, 1983);
WWA (Japan) World Martial Arts Heavyweight title Awarded by The Sheik (August 1992);
Singh wrestled as a babyface in Toronto but mostly a crazed heel in all other territories..
February 1971: Singh wrestled The Sheik in the main event of the fist wrestling show in Maple Leaf Gardens history..
~~~The historic event attracted a sell-out crowd of over 18,000..
1970s: Singh wrestled for Antonio Inoki’s New Japan Pro Wrestling promotion..
~~~Singh scored a rare pinfall on Japanese legend Antonio Inoki..
1981: Singh jumped to Giant Baba’s All Japan Pro Wrestling promotion..
Singh’s son Mick (Gurdip) has wrestled as Tiger Ali Singh in the WWF and as Tiger Jeet Singh Jr. in Japan..
May 8, 2004 – Z1 Hustle-3: Tiger Jeet Singh defeated Zebraman (Kazuhiko Ogasawara under the mask).