Daily Pro Wrestling History (10/21): The Briscos win NWA Tag Team titles

1942

Des Moines, Iowa:
– Ed “Strangler” Lewis beat Joe Dusek in 2 out of 3 falls
– Iowa State Heavyweight Champion Gene Bowman and World Light Heavyweight Champion Ken Fenelon went to a count out 

1955 

Houston, Texas:
– Ray Gunkel and Wilbur Snyder defeated Duke Keomuka and Danny Savich 

1960

Atlanta, Georgia:
– Freddie Blassie defeated Ray Knunkel for the Southern Heavyweight Title

1968 

– Rocket Monroe defeated Bob Kelly to win the NWA Mississippi Heavyweight Title

1969 

Dallas, Texas:
– Fritz Von Erich won the NWA American Heavyweight Title by defeating Johnny Valentine 

Little Rock, Arkansas:
– Danny Hodge defeated Chuck Karbo to win the Mid-South North American Heavyweight Title.

1971 

Tampa, Florida:
– Dick Murdoch & Bobby Duncum defeated The Australians (Larry O’Day & Ron Miller) to win the NWA Florida Tag Team Titles

1972 

Honolulu, Hawaii:
– The Sheik defeated Fred Curry for the NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Title
– Billy Robinson beat Ivan Koloff in 2 out of 3 falls
– Sam Steamboat beat Rick Ferrara
– Ed Francis beat Bill Dromo
– Bull Bullinski drew Mighty Inoue

Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
– AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Mad Dog Vachon & Andre Rousimoff in 2 out of 3 falls
– Wahoo McDaniel beat Larry Hennig
– George Scott drew Rene Goulet

1974 

San Juan, Puerto Rico:
– Ernie Ladd defeated Carlos Colon to win the WWC North American Heavyweight Title

1975

Omaha, Nebraska:
– AWA Tag Team Champions Dick the Bruiser & the Crusher beat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens
– Jos Leduc beat Baron Von Raschke
– Greg Gagne beat Johnny Valiant by DQ
– Jimmy Valiant beat Jim Brunzell
– Chris Taylor beat Don Wade

1976 

Gifu, Japan:
– Akihisa Takachiho & Samson Kutsuwada defeated Jerry & Ted Oates to win the All Japan All-Asian Tag Team Titles

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Mike George and Super Intern defeated Mad Dog Vachon and Baron Von Raschke to win the Central States version of the NWA 
  World Tag Team Titles
– Harley Race defeated Black Gordman
– Bob (Sgt) Slaughter defeated Pat O’Connor
– Rick Gibson defeated Great Goliath
– Haystack Calhoun won a 13-man Battle Royal

1977 

Charleston, South Carolina:
– Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair to win the NWA United States Heavyweight Title 

– Victor Rivera and Texas Red defeated Black Gordman and Goliath for the NWA Americas Tag Team Titles

Houston, Texas:
– NWA Champion Harley Race defeated Ox Baker
– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Terry Funk
– Texas Tag Team Champions Bull Ramos & Captain USA John Studd beat Jose Lothario & Alberto Madril
– Ernie Ladd beat Killer Tim Brooks

1978 

Greensboro, North Carolina:
– Ken Patera defeated Tony Atlas to win the NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title 

1979 

Orlando, Florida:
– Manny Fernandez defeated Terry Funk to win the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title

1982 

Auckland, New Zealand:
– King Kamaka and General Hiro defeated Mark Lewin and Al Perez for the NWA Australasian Tag Team Titles

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
– Andre The Giant won battle royal
– Andre The Giant & Ray Stevens beat Ken Patera & Bobby Heenan
– Hulk Hogan beat Adrian Adonis
– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Jim Brunzell by DQ
– Otto Wanz no contest Jerry Blackwell
– Brad Rheingans beat Sgt Jacques Goulet

1983 

St. Louis, Missouri:
– Hulk Hogan defeated Crusher Blackwell in a Cage Match
– Missouri State champion David Von Erich defeated Super Destroyer
– Dick the Bruiser and Jimmy Snuka defeated Blackjack Mulligan and Killer Karl Krupp
– Jimmy Snuka (sub Barry Windham) defeated Roger Kirby
– Iceman Parsons defeated Doug Sommers
– Buck Robley defeated Booker T (Bubba Douglas)
– Bulldog Bob Brown and Angelo Mosca Jr defeated Jerry Brown and Tonga John

Richmond, Virginia:
– Jack and Jerry Brisco defeated Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood to win the NWA World Tag Team Championship

1984

St. Paul, Minnesota;
– Jerry Blackwell & Boom Boom (King Kong) Bundy won tag battle royal
– Lights Out match: Jerry Blackwell beat King Kong Brody 
– Fabulous Ones no contest AWA Tag Team Champions Road Warriors
– Baron Von Raschke beat Paul Ellering
– Jimmy Garvin beat Tom Zenk
– Curt Hennig drew Nick Bockwinkel 
– Tony Atlas beat Mr. Saito by DQ

1985 

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Phil Hickerson defeated Mongolian Stomper to win the AWA International Heavyweight Title

Fort Worth, Texas:
– King Parsons defeated John Tatum for the WCCW Television Title 

1986 

Tokyo, Japan:
– PWF World Heavyweight Champion Riki Choshu defeated Terry Funk to retain the title 
– Jumbo Tsuruta defeated Stan Hansen to win the NWA International Heavyweight Title

1988

Detroit, Michgian:
– The Sheepherders defeated Ron Simmons & Tony Zon 
– Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers defeated Larry Zbyzsko & Rip Morgan
– NWA TV Champion Mike Rotunda pinned the Italian Stallion 
– Eddie Gilbert defeated Kevin Sullivan via reverse decision
– NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Road Warriors via disqualification 
– Ivan & Nikita Koloff defeated the Russian Assassins 
– Sting (sub. for Lex Luger who had conjunctivitis) defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification 

1990

Baltimore, Maryland:
– Brian Pillman pinned the Iron Sheik
– The Master Blasters defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
– JW Storm pinned Tommy Rich
– Sid Vicious pinned the Junkyard Dog
– NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated Stan Hansen via disqualification
– NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated the Nasty Boys
– NWA Tag Team Champions Doom fought Ric Flair & NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson to a double disqualification
– NWA World Champion Sting pinned the Black Scorpion (Bill Irwin)

1992

Indianapolis, Indiana:
– Erik Watts defeated Diamond Dallas Page
– Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
– Tony Atlas & the Barbarian defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Robbie Walker
– Brian Pillman defeated Brad Armstrong
– Ricky Steamboat, WCW/NWA Tag Team Champion Dustin Rhodes & Shane Douglas defeated Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton & Steve Austin
– Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a lumberjack match
– WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff
– Sting defeated Jake Roberts in a lights out match

1994

Fleming-Neon, Kentucky:
– Tracy Smothers beat D-Lo Brown
– Lance Storm beat Boo Bradley
– The Dirty White Boy beat The Nightmare (Ted Allen)
– Tracy Smothers & Ricky Morton beat The Gangstas via DQ
– Tracy Smothers won a battle royal

1995

SMW Halloween Scream: Morristown, Tennessee:
– Chris Michaels pinned Headbanger Mosh
– Robert Gibson pinned The Punisher
– The Heavenly Bodies (Pritchard & Del Rey) & Terry Gordy beat Tracy Smothers, The Dirty White Boy, & Brad Armstrong
– Tommy Rich pinned Buddy Landel in a falls count anywhere match

1996 

– Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Marc Mero to win the WWF Intercontinental Title

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Wolfie D and Brian Christopher defeated Bill and Jamie Dundee to win the held up USWA Tag Team Titles 

2001 

WWF No Mercy: St. Louis, Missouri:
– The APA (Faarooq and Bradshaw) defeated Chris Kanyon and Hugh Morrus 
– Billy Kidman defeated Scotty 2 Hotty (WWF) to retain the WCW Cruiserweight Championship
– The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff) (with Lita) defeated Lance Storm and The Hurricane to retain the WCW Tag Team Championship
– Test defeated Kane 
– Torrie Wilson defeated Stacy Keibler in a Lingerie match
– Edge defeated Christian in a ladder match to win the WWF IC Title 
– The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von) defeated Big Show and Tajiri to retain the WWF Tag Team Championship
– The Undertaker defeated Booker T
– Chris Jericho defeated the Rock to win the WCW World Title
– Steve Austin defeated Kurt Angle and Rob Van Dam to retain the WWE World Title

Evansville, Indiana:
– A.J. Styles defeated Petey Williams, Christopher Daniels and Chris Sabin in a four-way match to win the vacant IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title

2003 

Albany, New York:
– Doug & Danny Basham defeated Eddie & Chavo Guerrero to win the WWE Tag Team Titles

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