Daily Pro Wrestling History (01/05): 2 Cold Scorpio wins ECW TV title

1899

Clinton, Iowa:
– Tom Cannon beat Farmer Burns in 2 out of 3 falls

1948 

Des Moines, Iowa:
– Orville Brown defeated Sonny Myers to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title

1950

Columbus, Ohio:
– Frankie Talaber won the Midwest Wrestling Association World Junior Heavyweight Title from Cyclone Anaya

1951

Houston, Texas:
– Danny Savich defeated Danny McShain to win the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title 

1956

Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
– Zack Melkov and Tony Toss defeated Jack Allen and Jerry Woods for the NWA Illinois Midwest Tag Team Title 

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Wild Red Berry beat Richard Brown 
– Ike Eakins beat Johnny Kostas 
– Bibber McCoy beat Jim Dobie 
– Mike DiBiase drew Don Whitehead 

1957

London, England:
– Mick McManus defeated Jack Dempsey to win the British Welterweight Title 

1958

Mobile, Alabama:
– Yvon Robert and Billy Wicks defeated Don and Jackie Fargo for the Mid-America version of the NWA World Tag Team Title 

1962 

Houston, Texas:
– Dory Dixon won the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title by defeating Jack Dalton (Don Fargo) 

1963

Omaha, Nebraska:
– AWA Champion Verne Gagne beat Crusher
– Bob Ellis beat Bob Orton
– Tex McKenzie beat Lee Henning
– Guy Mitchell beat Sonny Myers

1965

Dallas, Texas:
– Fritz Von Erich defeated Pepper Gomez for the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title

Tampa, Florida:
– Eddie Graham no contest Fred Blassie
– The Assassins defeated Dick Steinborn & Lou Bastein
– Harry “Georgia Boy” Smith defeated Pedro Godoy

1966

Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Nick Kozak defeated Killer Kowalski to win the Hawaii version of the NWA United States Heavyweight Title
– Ron Reed defeated Luther Lindsay for the NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Title

1967

Portland, Oregon:
– Tony Borne won the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title from Paul Jones

Jacksonville, Florida:
– World Tag Titles: The Infernos defeated Sam Steamboat & Jose Lothario by DQ
– Florida Title: Lester Welch defeated Ken Lucas to retain title
– Sputnik Monroe defeated Bronko Kelly
– Bobby Fields defeated Corsica Jean

1968 

Portland, Oregon:
– Stan Stasiak defeated Moondog Mayne to win the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title

Atlanta, Georgia:
– Alberto and Enrique Torres defeated Butcher and Stan Vachon for the Georgia version of the NWA Southern Tag Team Title 

Dothan, Alabama:
– Frank and Jack Dalton defeated Don Carson and Dick Dunn to win the vacant NWA Gulf Coast Tag Team Title

1973

Detroit, Michigan:
– Kurt Von Hess and Karl Von Shotz defeated Fred Curry and Tony Marino to win the Detroit version of the NWA World Tag Team Title

1974

Indianapolis, Indiana:
– Jimmy and Johnny Valiant defeated Dick the Bruiser and WWWF World Heavyweight Champion Bruno Sammartino for the World Wrestling Association World Tag Team Title 

St. Paul, Minnesota:
– AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Billy Robinson & Red Bastien
– Mad Dog Vachon no contest Superstar Billy Graham
– Buddy Wolff beat Ken Patera
– Chris Taylor beat Redbeard Munson
– Reggie Parks drew Tony Rocco
– Greg Gagne beat Paul Perschmann (Buddy Rose)

1976 

Vancouver, British Columbia:
– Don Leo Jonathan defeated Gene Kiniski for the Vancouver version of the NWA Pacific Coast Heavyweight Title

West Palm Beach, Florida:
– NWA Title: Terry Funk defeated Thunderbolt Patterson to retain title
– Southern Title: Billy Robinson defeated Killer Kowalski to retain title
– Texas Tornado Match: Omar & Cyclon Negro defeated Rip Hawk & Roger Kirby

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1977

Miami, Florida:
– Steel Cage Match: Dusty Rhodes defeated Ox Baker
– Jack Brisco defeated Superstar Billy Graham by DQ
– Jos Leduc & Roberto Soto defeated Angelo Poffo & Hans Schroeder

1978

Osaka, Japan:
– The Samoans (Afa and Sika) defeated Animal Hamaguchi and Great Kusatsu to win the International Wrestling Alliance Tag Team Titles

1980 

Augusta, Georgia:
– Steve Travis defeated Austin Idol to win the NWA Georgia Television Title

1981

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Tommy Gilbert, Koko Ware, & Ricky Morton beat Jimmy Kent, The Angel, & Bill Irwin
– Sonny King beat Gypsy Joe
– Billy Robinson drew Tony Charles
– Billy Robinson won a battle royal
– Tojo Yamamoto, Jimmy Valiant, & Dream Machine beat Carl Fergie, Bill Dundee, & Tommy Rich in a “no DQ loser leaves town” match 
– Jerry Lawler pinned Paul Ellering (As a result, Lawler received a match with Hart and a mystery partner)
– Jerry Lawler beat Jimmy Valiant & Jimmy Hart in a “handicap” match

1982

Omaha, Nebraska:
– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Jim Brunzell
– Hulk Hogan & Baron Von Raschke beat Ken Patera & Bobby Heenan (sub Bobby Duncum)
– Sheik Adnan beat Greg Gagne by DQ
– Brad Rheingans drew Sgt Goulet

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Stan Lane pinned Chief Thundercloud
– Roy Rogers pinned Gypsy Joe
– Ricky Morton beat Bobby Eaton via DQ
– Southern Champ Dutch Mantel pinned Sweet Brown Sugar in a “no DQ” match
– Ricky & Robert Gibson beat Dennis Condrey & Norvell Austin via DQ
– The Cuban & Iranian Assassins beat Bill Dundee & Steve Keirn

1983

Miami, Florida:
– The Fabulous Kangaroos (Johnny Heffernan and Don Kent) defeated Ron Bass and Barry Windham for the NWA Florida Global Tag Team Titles
– NWA World Title: Ric Flair defeated Rufus R. Jones by DQ
– Florida Title: Mike Graham defeated Kevin Sullivan
– Angelo Mosca defeated Midnight Rider by DQ
– Jake Roberts defeated Terry Allen
– Scott McGhee drew Jim Garvin

1984

Beaumont, Texas:
– Adrian Street defeated Relampago Leon to win the Southwest Championship Wrestling Southwest Junior Heavyweight Title 

1985

Lakeland, Florida:
– NWA World Title: Ric Flair defeated Dutch Mantel (Mantell was booker for the CWF)
– Michael Hayes & Sweet Brown Sugar & One Man Gang defeated Krusher Khrushchev & Jim Neidhart & The Saint (Fidel Sierra)
– Brian Blair defeated Jesse Barr
– Mark & Jay Youngblood defeated PYTs (Koko Ware & Norvel Austin)

1986

Sendai, Japan:
– Tatsumi Fujinami and Kengo Kimura are officially recognized as the first IWGP World Tag Team Champions

Tokyo, Japan:
– The Jumping Bomb Angels (Noriyo Tateno and Itsuki Yamazaki) defeated Bull Nakano and Condor Saito to win the vacant WWWA World Tag Team Titles

1987

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Soul Train Jones defeated Big Bubba for the CWA/AWA International Heavyweight Title

1988 

Fort Worth, Texas:
– Jack Victory and John Tatum defeated Skip Young in a handicap match to win Young and Tony Atlas’ World Class Texas Tag Team Titles after Atlas failed to show up for the event

Chosei, Japan:
– Jumbo Tsuruta & Yoshiaki Yatsu & Wajima beat Abdullah The Butcher & TNT & Black Assassin
– Genichiro Tenryu & Ashara Hara beat Great Kabuki & Isao Takagi
– Shohei Giant Baba & John Tenta beat Kimura & Tsurumi
– AWA Champion Curt Hennig beat Toshiaki Kawada
– Akira Taue dcor Buddy Landel
– Tiger Mask II & Ishikawa beat Pete Roberts & Paul Harris

Mayagez, Puerto Rico:
– Hurricane Castillo, Jr. defeated Galan Mendoza to win the WWC World Junior Heavyweight Title

1989

Nassau, Bahamas:
– The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) defeated Johnny Ace and The Terminator for the NWA Florida Tag Team Titles

Tokyo, Japan:
– Chigusa Nagayo won the International Wrestling Association of Japan Women’s Title from Madusa Miceli

1990

Dallas, Texas:
– Kerry Von Erich defeated Jerry Lawler to win the World Class Texas Heavyweight Title 

Raleigh, North Carolina:
– Mike Rotunda pinned Brad Armstrong
– The Samoan Savage pinned Ranger Ross
– Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Rich defeated Jack Victory & Rip Morgan 
– Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin 
– Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated Shane Douglas & Johnny Ace
– NWA World Champion Ric Flair, Arn & Ole Anderson defeated the Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer, & the Dragon Master
– Sting fought NWA US Champion Lex Luger to a double count-out

1991

Pikeville, Kentucky:
– Brad Armstrong defeated Joe Cazana
– Moondog Rex defeated the Junkyard Dog
– Tracey Smothers defeated Dutch Mantell
– WCW US Tag Team Champion Rick Steiner defeated Jimmy Garvin
– WCW US Champion Lex Luger defeated Sid Vicious

1992

Tokyo, Japan:
– Sakie Hasegawa and Debbie Malenko defeated Takako Inoue and Mariko Yoshida for the AJW World Tag Team Title 

1994

Osaka, Japan:
– Kouji Ishinriki defeated Ultimo Dragon to win the UWA World Middleweight Title 

1995 

White, Georgia:
– The Nightmare pinned D-Lo Brown
– Boo Bradley pinned Chris Candido
– SMW Champ The Dirty White Boy pinned Mustafa Saed via DQ
– SMW Tag Champs The Rock-n-Roll Express beat The Gangstas 
– The Dirty White Boy won a Smoky Mountain rumble

1996 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
– 2 Cold Scorpio defeated ECW World Television and World Tag Team Champion Mikey Whipwreck to win the Television title 

Fort Wright, Kentucky:
– D’Lo Brown defeated Bobby Blaze in a tournament final to become the first Heartland Wrestling Association Heavyweight Champion 

1998

New Haven, Connecticut:
– Jeff Jarrett defeated Barry Windham to win the vacant NWA North American Heavyweight Title 

2000

Tokyo, Japan:
– Tetsuhiro Kuroda defeated Masato Tanaka for the WEW Heavyweight Title

2001

Ponce, Puerto Rico:
– Damien Steele defeated Eddie Colon, Richie Santiago, Black Boy and Rockero to win the vacant WWC World Junior Heavyweight Title

2005

– Eddie Colon defeated Titus (Ryan Wilson) for the vacant WWC Universal Heavyweight Title

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