Last updated by Sean Sweeny on April 28, 2014
- IWGP Tag Team titles w/Masa Saito defeating Takayuki Iizuka & Riki Choshu (September 20, 1989);
- IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Great Muta (September 20, 1993);
- IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Tatsumi Fujinami (May 1, 1994);
- IWGP Tag Team titles w/Junji Hirata defeating Mike Enos & Scott Norton for vacant titles (July 13, 1995);
- IWGP Heavyweight title defeating Nobuhiko Takada (April 29, 1996);
- NWA World Heavyweight title defeating Gary Steele & Steve Corino in a Round Robin Triangle Match (December 15, 2001);
- NWA (Zero One Max) Intercontinental Tag Titles w/Naoya Ogawa defeating Nathan Jones & John Heidenreich (October 26, 2002);
- AJPW (All Japan) Unified Triple Crown Heavyweight title defeating Great Muta (February 23, 2003);
- NWA (Zero One Max) Intercontinental Tag Titles w/Naoya Ogawa defeating Tom Howard & Matt Ghaffari (April 29, 2003);
- NWA (Zero One Max) Intercontinental Tag Titles w/Yoshiaki Fujiwara defeating Shiro Koshinaka & Takao Omori (June 17, 2004);
In The Beginning:
New Japan Pro Wrestling:
- ZERO ONE Japan:
- November 13, 2000: Shinya Hashimoto registered the ZERO-ONE name, and quit his long-time home-promotion of NJPW..
- March 2, 2001: Shinya Hashimoto’s ZERO-ONE promotion had its first show..
- January 4, 2004 – Z1 Hustle-1: Shin’ya Hashimoto defeated Big Van Vader..
- March 7, 2004 – Z1 Hustle-2: Mark Coleman & Kevin Randleman defeated Shinya Hashimoto & Toshiaki Kawada..
- May 8, 2004 – Z1 Hustle-3: Naoya Ogawa & Shin’ya Hashimoto defeated The Outsiders (Kevin Nash & Scott Hall)..
- July 25, 2004 – Z1 Hustle-4: Shin’ya “Hustle King” Hashimoto defeated Gama King..
- July 11, 2005: Shinya Hashimoto collapsed suddenly and was rushed to the hospital and is believed to have been dead on arrival..
- ~~~The cause of the sudden death of this Japanese legend is said to have been due to a brain hemorrhage. He was 40.