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Daily Pro Wrestling History (09/21): Goldberg wins the WWE World Heavyweight Title

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1965

Denver, Colorado:

– AWA Champion The Crusher beat Larry Henigo

– Verne Gagne beat Harley Race

1970

Tulsa, Oklahoma:

– Holywood Blondes, Buddy Roberts & Jerry Brown beat Klondike Bill & Jean War Eagle

– Waldo Von Erich beat Cowboy Bill Watts in a Best of Three Falls Match

1979

Houston, Texas:

– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel dcor Bruiser Brody

– David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich & Kevin Von Erich beat Mark Levine & The Spoilers & Gary Hart

– David von Erich drew Mark Levine 1

Atlanta, Georgia:

– In a Lights Out match, Bill Watts beat Ernie Laddus

– In a steel cage match, Tommy Rich & The Crusher defeated Evan Koloff & Ole Anderson to win the Georgia Tag Team Titles

– Tony Atlas (substitution for Dusty Rhodes) beat Killer Karl Cox

1986

San Juan, Puerto Rico:

– Carlos Colon defeated Terry Funk in a tournament final for the WWC Universal Heavyweight Title

– The Rock N’ Roll RPM (Mike Davia & Tommy Lane) defeated The Pastors (Luke Williams & Butch Miller) to win the WWC World Tag Team Titles.

– Invader #1 defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification

Houston, Texas:

– The Fantastics beat Eddie Gilbert & Sting via DQ

– Ted DiBiase beat Jack Victory

– Terry Taylor beat John Tatum

– Dark Journey beat Missy Hyatt

– UWF Champion Terry Gordy fought The One Man Gang to a draw

– Steve Williams defeated Michael Hayes in a steel cage match

Asheville, North Carolina:

– Tim Horner beat Mike Simani

– Bill Dundee beat Joe Jackson

– Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin defeated Buddy Landell by disqualification

– Dutch Mantel and Bobby Jaggers fought Ivan Koloff and Crusher Krushchev to a draw

– National Heavyweight Champion Wahoo McDaniel defeated Tully Blanchard

– Ole Arn Anderson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson via disqualification.

Charlotte, North Carolina:

– Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey beat Bobby Jaggers & Dutch Mantell

– NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson fought Ole & Arn Anderson to a draw

1987

Greenville, South Carolina:

– Denny Brown defeated John Savage (to Sub. Tejo Khan)

– Colt Steele defeated Rocky King

– Jimmy Valiant & Kendall Windham beat Sean Royal & Teejo Khan (sub for Chris Champion).

– NWA Tag Team Champion Robert Gibson beat The Barbarians

– NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton defeated Tully Blanchard in a Texas Death Match

– NWA US Champion Lex Luger and Arn Anderson beat Dusty Rhodes and NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff in a Texas Tornado Match

– NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Ron Garvin in a Steel Cage Match

1991

Tokyo, Japan:

– Masashi Aoyagi defeated Masanobu Kurisu

– Frank Anderson beat Koji Kanemoto via submission

– Chris Benoit pinned Black Cat

– Hiro Saito, Norio Honaga & Tatsutoshi Goto beat Osamu Kido, Kengo Kimura, and Kantar Hoshino

– The Machine beat Kim Duk by count out

– Samoa beat Shinya Hashimoto & Shiro Koshinaka

– Tatsumi Fujinami, Masa Saito & Masahiro Chono beat Scott Norton, Ron Simmons & Brad Armstrong

– WCW US Champion Sting & The Great Muta beat Hiro Hase & Akira Nogami

Raleigh, North Carolina:

– Big Josh pinned Ozzy

– Brian Pillman pinned Richard Morton

– PN News pinned Thomas Rich

– WCW US Tag Team Champions The Patriots, Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip beat Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

– WCW World TV Champion Steve Austin fought Dustin Rhodes to a draw

– Bobby Eaton defeated Johnny B. Budd via disqualification

– WCW World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson and Larry Zabieszko played a double countout with Rick Steiner and Bill Kazmier.

– WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Barry Windham

1992

WCW TV Tapings: Atlanta, Georgia:

– Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes defeated Terry Gordy and Steve Williams to win the WCW and NWA World Tag Team Championships.

– Jake Roberts pinned Dustin Rhodes

– Brad Armstrong pinned Bobby Eaton

– Nikita Koloff pinned Vinnie Vegas

– WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated Jake Roberts (sub for Butch Reid) and The Barbarian (w/ Cactus Jack) via disqualification.

– Brian Pillman pinned Brad Armstrong

– Shane Douglas & Marcus Alexander Bagwell beat Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas

Memphis, Tennessee:

– Brian Christopher defeated Reno Riggins to win the vacant USWA Southern Heavyweight Title

– Junkyard Dogs beat Eddie Gilbert for the USWA Unified Heavyweight Title

– Moondog Fifi beat Miss Texas for the USWA Women’s Title

1995

Manchester, Tennessee:

– Robert Gibson pinned Killer Kyle

– SMW Champion Brad Armstrong pinned Terry Gordy

– Tracy Smers & The Dirty White Boy beat The Headbangers via pinfall

– Buddy Landell pinned Tommy Rich

– Killer Kyle won the Royal Battle

1999

WWF SmackDown: Dallas, Texas:

– Rod Dogg & Billy Gunn beat The Rock & Mankind to win the WWF Tag Team Championship

2002

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

– Xavier defeated Lo Ki to win the Ring of Honor Championship

– Christopher Daniels & Donovan Morgan beat Brian Danielson & Michael Modest to win the ROH Tag Team Titles

2003

WWE Unforgiven: Hershey, Pennsylvania:

– Maven beat Steven Richards (with Victoria)

– The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley) beat La Resistance (Rob Conway, Sylvain Grenier & RenĂ© Dupri) in a match.

Handicap Table Match to win the World Tag Team Championship

– Test beat Scott Steiner (with Stacy Keibler)

– Trish Stratus & Lita beat Molly Holly & Gail Kim

– Kane defeated Shane McMahon in a Last Man Standing match

– Al Snow and Jonathan Coachman beat Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler in a match for the right to be commentators for Raw

– Randy Orton (with Ric Flair) defeated Shawn Michaels

– Christian defeated Rob Van Dam and Chris Jericho to retain the Intercontinental Title

– Goldberg defeated Triple H to win the Raw World Title

2014

WWE Night of Champions: Nashville, Tennessee:

– Goldust & Stardust defeated The Usos to win the WWE World Tag Team Titles

– Sheamus defeated Cesaro to retain the WWE United States Championship

– The Miz (with Damien Mizdo) defeated Dolph Ziggler (with R-Truth) to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship

– Seth Rollins defeated Roman Reigns for a seizure

– Rusev (with Lana) beat Mark Henry

– Randy Orton beat Chris Jericho

– AJ Lee defeated Page and Nikki Bella in a Triple Threat Match for the WWE Divas Championship

– John Cena DQ. defeated WWE Champion Brock Lesnar by

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