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Daily Pro Wrestling History (12/19): Edge & Christian vs. Rock & Undertaker

1932

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Everett Marshall beat John Katan 
– Ray Steele beat Mike Mazurki  

1935

St. Louis, Missouri:
– Ed “Strangler” Lewis beat Man Mountain Dean by countout 
– Sandor Szabo and George Zaharias drew 
– Ernie Zeller beat Lou Plummer 
– Orville Brown and Cy Williams drew  

1938 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada:
– Cy Williams defeated Yvon Robért for the Montreal World Heavyweight Title 

1939

Dayton, Ohio:
– Bily Weidner won a tournament to become the first Midwest Wrestling Association World Junior Heavyweight Champion

1947

St. Joseph, Missouri:
– Tug Carlson defeated Orville Brown to win the Midwest Wrestling Association World Heavyweight Title 2 falls to 1
– Ron Etchison beat Ras (Seelie) Samara 2 falls to 1
– Sailor Fred Blassie beat Bill Sledge 

1957

Amarillo, Texas:
– Dory Funk won the Amarillo NWA North American Heavyweight Title by defeating Danny Plechas

1962 

Los Angeles, California:
– The Destroyer and Dan Moukian defeated Haystack Calhoun and Abe Jacobs to win the NWA International Television Tag Team Titles 

1963

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Sonny Myers and Pat O’Connor defeated The Mongolian Stomper and Mike Sharpe in a tournament final to become the first Central States NWA North American Tag Team Champions

1968

Okiyama, Japan:
– Billy Robinson defeated Toyonobori to win the first IWE (International Pro Wrestling) World Series tournament and become the first IWE World Heavyweight Champion

1969

Atlanta, Georgia:
– The Assassins (Jody Hamilton and Tom Renesto) defeated Buddy Fuller and Ray Gunkel for the NWA Georgia Tag Team Title 

Mexico City, Mexico:
– Carlos Elio Colisetti defeated Ray Mendoza to win the NWA World Light Heavyweight Title 

Los Angeles, California:
– The Great Kojika defeated Mil Máscaras for the NWA Americas Heavyweight Title 

Sydney, Australia:
– King Curtis Iaukea defeated Billy Robinson for the International Wrestling Alliance World Heavyweight Title 
– Spiros Arion and Mario Milano defeated Brute Bernard and Skull Murphy to win the IWA World Tag Team Titles

1970

Los Angeles, California:
– Giant Baba won the NWA International Heavyweight Title from Gene Kiniski 

Atlanta, Georgia:
– Luke Graham defeated Bobby Shane for the NWA Georgia Television Title 

1973 

Jackson, Mississippi:
– Ken Mantell defeated Danny Hodge to win the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title

Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Ken Patera won battle royal
– Giant Baba & Sam Steamboat & Neff Maiava beat Ripper Collins & Greg Valentine & Billy Graham
– Ken Patera beat Mr. Fujiwara
– Bill Francis drew Toru Tanaka

1978 

Tampa, Florida:
– Jos LeDuc defeated Mr. Uganda (Ciclón Negro) to win the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title

1979

London, England:
– Wayne Bridges defeated Spiros Arion for the United Kingdom World Heavyweight Title 

1984

Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Ricky and Rocky Johnson defeated Super Fly Tui and Super Samoan Sakalia to win the NWA Polynesian Pacific Tag Team Titles

1985 

Albuquerque, New Mexico:
– Dusty Rhodes defeated Buddy Landel for the NWA National Heavyweight Title (This was a fictitious match as Landel was fired as the champion)

1988

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Non title: Dutch Mantel beat AWA Champion Jerry Lawler
– CWA Champion Sid Vicious beat Brian Lee
– Bill Dundee beat Robert Fuller
– Beauty & The Beast beat Jeff Jarrett & Tracy Smothers
– Wendell Cooley beat Jimmy Golden
– Eric Embry beat David Haskins
– Mike Davis beat Todd Morton

1992 

Bremen, Germany:
– David Finlay defeated Eddie Gilbert in round seven to win the vacant CWA World Middleweight Title
– Buffalo Patterson defeated The Warlord in round five to win the vacant CWA Intercontinental Heavyweight Title 
– Road Warrior Hawk defeated CWA World Heavyweight Champion Rambo in round six to win the title

1993 

Naucalpan, Mexico:
– Canek defeated The Canadian Vampire Casanova (Vampiro) to win the UWA World Heavyweight Title

1994

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Tommy Rich defeated Brian Christopher in a Loser Leaves Town match to win the USWA Heavyweight Title

1998

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
– ECW World Tag Team Champion Sabu defeated Justin Credible and FTW Champion Taz in a Three-Way Dance to win the title

1999

WCW Starrcade: Washington, DC:
– Chris Benoit defeated Jeff Jarrett in a Ladder match to win the vacant WCW United States Heavyweight Title 
– Madusa defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Evan Karagias to win the title

2000
WWE Armageddon: Charlotte, North Carolina:
– Edge and Christian defeated WWF Tag Team Champions The Rock and The Undertaker to win the titles

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