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Daily Pro Wrestling History (09/25): Ronnie Garvin wins the NWA World Title

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1958

Kansas City, Kansas:

– Cowboys Bob Ellis & Thor Hagen beat Bob Geigel & Wild Bill Longson by dq, 2 falls to 1

1963

Columbus, Georgia:

– Marco Polo defeated Joe McCarthy to win the Southeastern Heavyweight Title

1964

Atlanta, Georgia:

– Don Fargo defeated Sputnik Monroe in a No DQ-No Time Limit match to win the Georgia Heavyweight Title

1970

Atlanta, Georgia:

– Bobby Shane and Doug Gilbert defeated The Assassins to win the Georgia Tag Team Titles

1971

St. Paul, Minnesota:

– Nick Bockwinkel beat Billy Robinson

– Dr. X and Ray Stevens went to no contest

– Vivian Vachon defeated K Noble

– Don Muraco defeated Butcher Vachon

– Sailor Art Thomas Jack Baines. defeated

1973

Atlanta, Georgia:

– Missouri Mauler defeated Ray Candy to win the Georgia Heavyweight Title

1977

Mexico City, Mexico:

– El Canek defeated Lou Theez to win the UWA World Heavyweight Title.

Louisville, Kentucky:

– Jimmy Valiant won a tournament to become the first AWA Southern Heavyweight Champion

1978

Augusta, Georgia:

– Thunderbolt Patterson beat King Kong Mosca to win the Georgia Heavyweight Title

Memphis, Tennessee:

– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel defeated Jimmy Valiant

– Jerry Lawler defeated Jose Leduco

– Nelson Royal beat Bill Dundee

– Tommy Gilbert defeated Frankie Line

1979

Macon, Georgia

– Killer Karl Cox defeated Tommy Rich in a one night tournament to win the Macon Title

1981

Lawton, Oklahoma:

– The Great Kabuki defeated Kerry Von Erich to win the North American Title

1983

Atlanta, Georgia:

– Brett Wayne defeated Larry Zbyszko to win the National Heavyweight Title

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St. Paul, Minnesota:

– Brad Ringens and AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel went to a draw

– Hulk Hogan beat Mr. Saito and David Schultz by DQ in a handicap match

– Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzel & Rick Martel beat Ken Patera & Jerry Blackwell & Sheikh Adnan

– Blackjack Lanza beat Bobby Heenan by countout

– Buck Zumhofe beat Steve Regal

– Steve O and Bill White went to a draw

1985

Atlanta, Georgia:

– Terry Taylor defeated Black Bart to win the NWA National Heavyweight Title

Seattle, Washington:

– NWA Champion Ric Flair and Billy Jack Haynes went to a draw

– Sergeant Slaughter beat Karl Steiner

– AWA Tag Team Champions The Road Warriors beat Ivan Koloff & Crusher Khrushchev

– Jesse Barr and Bruiser Brody went to a draw

– Bobby Jaggers beat Rip Oliver

1986

Seattle, Washington:

– Road Warriors DQ. by Bruce Brody & Rip Oliver

– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel and Kurt Hennig go to a double countout

1987

Detroit, Michigan:

– The Barbarian beat Shane Douglas

– Tiger Conway Jr beat Gary Young

– Sting beat Eddie Gilberte

– Tim Horner beat Shaska Whatley

– UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham beat Rick Steiner

– NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff beat Ivan Koloff

– NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/Jim Cornett) by DQ

– Michael Hayes defeated The Terminator

– UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor defeated Brad Armstrong

– UWF Heavyweight Champion Steve Williams defeated Big Bubba

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– Dusty Rhodes & The Road Warriors beat NWA US Champion Lex Luger, Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in a Steel Cage Match

– Ronnie Garvin defeated Ric Flair to win the NWA World Title

1988

Atlanta, Georgia:

– Luke Williams (w/ Butch Miller & Rip Morgan) beat Curtis Thompson

– Dick Murdoch Larry Zbyszko. defeated

– Mike Rotunda, Rick Steiner & Al Perez beat Steve Williams, Nikita Koloff & The Italian Stallion

– Russian Assassin #2 (Jack Victory) defeated Ivan Koloff

– The Midnight Express beat Fantastics

– Dusty Rhodes beat Kevin Sullivan

– Sting DQ. defeated NWA US Champion Barry Windham via

– Lex Luger DQ. defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair via

1990

Albany, Georgia:

– Alan Iron Eagle by Dr. X. Defeated

– Juicer defeated El Diablo

– Tom Zenk defeated Lieutenant James Earl Wright

– The Master Blasters beat Mike Rotunda & Tim Horner

– Brian Pillman defeated Iron Sheko

– Junkyard Dogs & El Gigante beat Ric Flair & Arn Anderson by disqualification

– NWA World Champion Sting beat Black Scorpion

Nagoya, Japan:

– Katsuji Ueda defeated Jimmy Backlund (Jimmy Del Rey) to become the AWA Light Heavyweight Champion.

1992

St. Petersburg, Florida:

– Shane Douglas & Eric Watts beat Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas

– Van Hammer beat Super Invader

– Greg Valentine & Dick Slater beat Tom Zenk & Marcus Alexander Bagwell

– Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong

– Barry Windham DQ. defeated The Barbarian via

– WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham beat Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton

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– WCW World Champion Ron Simmons & Nikita Koloff beat Jake Roberts & Cactus Jack

1993

Welch, West Virginia:

– Scott & Steve Armstrong beat Ron & Don Harris

– Tim Horner beat Chris Candido in a country whipping match

– Tracy Smothers defeated SMW Champ Brian Lee via DQ in a Tape Fist Match

– SMW Tag Team Champs Rock ‘n’ Roll Express beat The Heavenly Bodies (Pritchard and Del Rey)

ft. Bragg, North Carolina:

– Shanghai Pierce (w/ Tex Schlesanger) beat Mark Starr

– Shockmaster defeated Tex Schlezenger via submission

– WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated Eric Watts

– Paul Orndorff faced Ricky Steamboat for a 30-minute time limit draw

– Cactus Jack defeated Yoshi Kwano

– Steve Austin beat Arn Anderson

– Sting & Davey Boy Smith beat WCW Tag Team Champions Dirty Boys via DQ

– Ric Flair defeated WCW World Champion Ric Roode in a non-title match

1999

Memphis, Tennessee:

– Steve Bradley defeated Vic Grimes to win the Memphis Power Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Title

Charlotte, North Carolina:

– Gary Steele defeated Naoya Ogawa and Brian Anthony to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title

2010

Rahway, New Jersey:

– Jay Lethal beat The Amazing Raid to win the TNA X-Division Championship

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