1942 

Columbus, Ohio:
– Ed “Strangler” Lewis defeated Orville Brown to win the Ohio version of the Midwest Wrestling Association World Heavyweight Title 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
– John Katan defeated Earl McCready for the Toronto British Empire Heavyweight Title 

1943

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Swedish Angel defeated Orville Brown to win the MWA World Heavyweight Title

1952 

Sydney, Australia:
– Leo Jensen defeated Bonnie Muir for the vacant Australian Heavyweight Title

1953

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Central States Heavyweight Champion Lenny Montana beat Johnny Valentine by dq (Valentine used a piledriver, which is barred in Kansas) 
– Larry Hamilton beat Bobby Lane dq
– Dick Hutton defeated Maurice Roberre (Hutton was accompanied by Ed “Strangler” Lewis) 

1959

Amarillo, Texas:
– Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Antoine Leone to win the Amarillo version of the NWA North American Heavyweight Title

1960 

San Bernadino, California:
– Stan Holek and The Preacher defeated Sandor Szabo and Edouard Carpentier for the NWA International Television Tag Team Titles

1962

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Eric Pomeroy and Ray Andrews defeated The Medics for the NWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1963 
– Ciclon Negro and Masked Terror defeated Wilbur Snyder and Dick the Bruiser to win the American Wrestling Alliance World Tag Team Titles

Dallas, Texas:
– Joe Blanchard defeated Billy White Wolf for the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title

1965

Lafayette, Louisiana:
– Bobby Fields won the NWA Louisiana Heavyweight Title by defeating Danny McShain 

1966 

Tokyo, Japan:
– Michiaki Yoshimura and Kintaro Ohki defeated Eddie Morea and Tarzan Zorro to win the vacant All Asia Tag Team Titles 

1967

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico:
– El Goliath defeated Henry Pirousso for the Mexican National Heavyweight Title

1970

Osaka, Japan:
– Gene Kiniski defeated Giant Baba for the NWA International Heavyweight Title

1971 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:
– Dr. X (Jim Osborne) defeated Ramon Torres for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title

1975

Kiryu, Japan:
– The Destroyer (Dick Beyer) defeated Abdullah the Butcher to win the Pacific Wrestling Federation United States Heavyweight Title 

1976

– Chavo Guerrero, Sr. defeated Dr. Hiro Ota to win the NWA America Heavyweight Title

Ozark, Alabama:
– The Wrestling Pro defeated Ken Lucas for the NWA Gulf Coast Heavyweight Title

Dothan, Alabama:
– Rip Tyler won the NWA Alabama Heavyweight Title by defeating Dick Dunn

1977

New Brocton, Alabama:
– Billy Spears defeated Johnny Eagles for the NWA Alabama Heavyweight Title 

Chicago, Illinois:
– Super Destroyer & Angelo Mosca beat Dick the Bruiser & the Crusher
– Verne Gagne beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel (no title change, decision later reversed)
– Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell & Jose Lothario beat Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant & Roger Kirby
– Ivan Koloff beat Wilbur Snyder by countout
– Bobby Dumcum beat Steve Regal
– Rufus R Jones beat Blackjack Lanza
– Moose Cholak beat Chris Markoff

1981

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
– AWA Tag Team Champions Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell no contest Adrian Adonis & Jesse Ventura
– Jerry Blackwell beat Billy Robinson
– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Sheik Adnan
– Ken Patera beat Buck Zumhofe
– Bobby Duncum drew Tito Santana

1982

Ponce, Puerto Rico:
– Mad Dog Lafaib defeated Invader I to win the WWC North American Heavyweight Title

1983

Hampton, Virginia:
– Dick Slater defeated Rufus R. Jones to win the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title

Dothan, Alabama:
– Bob Armstrong won a tournament for the vacant NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Title 

1984 

New Orleans, Louisiana:
– Ted DiBiase and Hercules Hernandez defeated The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) to win the Mid-South Tag Team Titles

Memphis, Tennessee:
– The Interns (Don Bass and Roger Smith) defeated The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn and Stan Lane) to win the AWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1985 

– Fuerza Guerrera defeated El Dandy for the Mexican National Welterweight Title

1989 

– Sangre Chicana defeated Perry Aguayo to win the Universal Wrestling Association-promoted WWF World Light Heavyweight Title

1990 

Coos Bay, Oregon:
– Steve Doll and Scotty the Body (Raven) defeated The Wrecking Crew (The Grappler and The Equalizer) for the NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Titles

1991

San Antonio, Texas:
– Hulk Hogan pinned The Undertaker to win the WWF World Title (title held up and decided at Royal Rumble)
– Randy Savage defeated The Undertaker

1992 

Funabashi, Japan:
– Jesse Barr and Ryuma Go won the Championship Wrestling USA International Tag Team Titles by defeating The
Bruise Brothers (Ron and Don Harris)

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1993

– Mitsuharu Misawa and Kenta Kobashi won the annual Real World Tag League to win the AJPW World Tag Team Championship

1995

Wilmington, Delaware: 
– Ronnie Roberts defeated Boogie Woogie Brown to win the ECWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title 

1998 

Denton, Maryland:
– King Kong Bundy defeated Romeo Valentino for the Maryland Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title 

2000

New York City, New York:
– Steve Corino defeated Jerry Lynn and Justin Credible to retain the ECW World Heavyweight Title
– Rhino pinned Spike Dudley to retain the ECW World Television Title

2006 

– Bobby Lashley won the ECW Title in an Extreme Elimination Chamber match over Big Show, Rob Van Dam, CM Punk, Test and Hardcore Holly

FLORIDA WRESTLING MAIN EVENTS ON THIS DAY YESTERDAY (thanks to Barry Rose)

1958 – Fabulous Moolah beat Mae Weston to retain the women’s world title (Tampa)

1958 – Ella Waldek beat Judy Glover to retain the Southern womens’ title (Fort Myers)

1968 – Louie Tillet & Tarzan Tyler beat Jose Lothario & Wahoo McDaniel (Orlando)

1969 – Sailor Art Thomas beat Missouri Mauler (Tampa)

1970 – Dory Funk Jr. beat Dick Murdoch to retain the NWA title (Miami Beach)_

1971 – Mr. Wrestling (Tim Woods) beat Don Curtis (TV)

1974 – Eddie & Mike Graham beat Toru Tanaka & El Lobo and Dusty Rhodes beat Mongolian Stomper via DQ (Orlando)

1975 – Mike Graham beat Roger Kirby via DQ to retain the U.S. jr. title (Fort Myers)

1975 – King Curtis beat Bill Dromo to retain the Florida title (Tampa)

1979 – Bugsy McGraw & Bad Leroy Brown beat Dusty Rhodes & Manny Fernandez in a lights out tornado match (Orlando)

1980 – Dusty Rhodes beat Baron Von Raschke (Tampa)

1981 – The Spoiler & J.J. Dillon beat Bugsy McGraw & Eric Embry via DQ (Miami Beach)

1982 – Dusty Rhodes beat Kevin Sullivan (Jacksonville)

 

ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY INTERNATIONAL (thanks to Graeme Cameron)

1966 – Michiaki Yoshimura & Kintaro Oki beat Eddie Morea & Tarzan Zorro in Tokyo to win the All Asia tag titles

1967 – Gran Goliat (Great Goliath) beat Henry Pilusso in Monterrey to win the Mexican national heavyweight title

1969 – Brute Bernard & Skull Murphy beat Lars Anderson & Dick Murdoch to win the IWA tag team titles in Brisbane

1970 – Gene Kiniski beat Giant Baba in Osaka to win the International title

1975 – The Destroyer beat Abdullah the Butcher in Kiryu to win the U.S. title

1983 – El Satanico beat Lizmark in Mexico City to win the NWA middleweight title

1985 – Fuerza Guerrera beat Dandy in Mexico City to win the Mexican national welterweight title

1989 – Sangre Chicana beat Perro Aguayo to win the WWF light heavyweight title

1993 – Mitsuharu Misawa & Kenta Kobashi won the All Japan tag team tournament by one point over Stan Hansen & Giant Baba

1999 – Kenta Kobashi & Jun Akiyama beat Stan Hansen & Akira Taue to win the All Japan tag team tournament

2000 – Ayako Hamada beat Aja Kong in Tokyo to win the Queen of Arsion title and Etsuko Mita & Mima Shimoda beat Gami & Rie Tamada to win the Twin star tag title

2001  – Loco Max beat Ricky Marvin in Puebla to win the Mexican national lightweight title

2003 – Eagle Sawai & Amazing Kong (TNA’s Awesome Kong) beat Shinobu Kandori & Takako Inoue in a tournament final in Tokyo to win the LLPW tag titles

2014 – T-Hawk & Eita beat Cima & Gamma to win the Open the Twin Gate titles

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