TWWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship
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TWWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship was a professional wrestling title sanctioned by Trans-World Wrestling Alliance between 1967 and 1968.
It was originally created for IWE with Edouard Carpentier billed as the first (and only) champion; however, the idea was dropped after a split between IWE and the booker Great Tōgō. Carpentier never defended the title and did not wrestle in Japan for the first time until 1970.