Daily Pro Wrestling History (01/09): HHH wins the World title at New Year's Revolution

1953 

Portland, Oregon:
– Harold Sakata and Toi Yamamoto defeated John Cretorian and Kurt Von Poppenheim to win the NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Title

1957

Los Angeles, California:
– Al Kashey defeated Lord James Blears for the vacant NWA Beat the Champ International Television Title 

1958

Stockton, California:
– Ben and Mike Sharpe defeated Ciclon Anaya and Ramon Torres to win the San Francisco NWA World Tag Team Title

1959

St. Louis, Missouri:
– Pat O’Connor defeated Dick Hutton to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title
– Gene Kiniski beat Adrian Baillargeon 
– Edouard Carpentier and Bobby Managoff beat El Lobo and Hans Schmidt 2 out of 3 falls 
– Bobby Bruns and Rip Hawk drew 

1962

Minneapolis, Minnesota:
– Mister M (Bill Miller) defeated Verne Gagne to win the AWA World Heavyweight Title (Mister M’s AWA United States Heavyweight Title was vacated)
– Nikita Kalmikoff beat Tony Baillargeon 
– Bob Geigel no contest Tiny Mills
– Nick Roberts beat Pat Kennedy 

1965 

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
– Don Leo Jonathan and Whipper Billy Watson defeated The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) for the Winnipeg NWA International Tag Team Title 

1966

St. Paul, Minnesota:
– AWA Champion Mad Dog Vachon beat Mighty Igor Vodik
– Handicap match: The Crusher beat Chris Markoff & Steve Druk
– Reggie Parks beat Larry Hennig by DQ
– Harley Race beat Eddie Sharkey
– Chris Tolos beat Ivan Kalmikoff  
– Larry Heiniemi beat Bob Morgan

1968 

Macon, Georgia:
– Butcher Vachon and Stan Vachon (Stan Pulaski) defeated Enrique and Ramon Torres for the Georgia NWA World Tag Team Title 

1969 

Hiroshima, Japan:
– Danny Hodge and Wilbur Snyder defeated Giant Baba and Antonio Inoki to win the NWA International Tag Team Title 

Amarillo, Texas:
– Buddy Colt defeated Ricky Romero for the Amarillo NWA North American Heavyweight Title

1970 

Calgary, Alberta, Canada:
– Dave Ruhl won the Calgary NWA Canadian Heavyweight Title by defeating Danny Lynch

1971 

Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Curtis Iaukea defeated Billy Robinson for the Hawaii NWA North American Heavyweight Title

Chattanooga, Tennessee:
– Jerry Jarrett and Tojo Yamamoto defeated The Heavenly Bodies (Al and Don Greene) to win the Mid-America NWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1973

Tampa, Florida:
– Mark Lewin defeated Buddy Colt for the Florida NWA Southern Heavyweight Title 
– Lights Out Match: Paul Jones defeated Big Bad John 
– No DQ, No Time Limit: Chris Markoff defeated Great Malenko 
– Gorgeous George, Jr. defeated Kevin Sullivan 
– Mike Graham & Robert Fuller defeated Phil Robley & Tank Morgan 

1974

Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Billy Graham defeated Ed Francis to win the NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Title in 2 out of 3 falls
– AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens ddq Billy Robinson & Red Bastein
– Pak Song ddq Ripper Collins
– Tosh Togo drew Bill Francis
– Sam Steamboat beat Peace Brother I
– Neff Maiava beat Peace Brother II

1978

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Norvell Austin and Bill Dundee defeated Dennis Condrey and Phil Hickerson to win the Mid-America NWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1979

Tampa, Florida:
– Jimmy Garvin defeated Dick Slater to win the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title

1982

Tampa, Florida:
– Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk defeated Jack and Jerry Brisco for the Florida NWA North American Tag Team Titles

1983

Reynosa, Mexico:
– Luis Arizona defeated Centurion Negro to win the UWA World Middleweight Title 

1984

Fort Worth, Texas:
– Super Destroyer (Scott Irwin) won the World Class Television Title by defeating Brian Adias.

Birmingham, Alabama:
– Charlie Cook defeated Jerry Stubbs for the NWA Alabama Heavyweight Title 

Memphis, Tennessee:
– No DQ, two referees (one will be Austin Idol), $500 fine for each illegal punch: AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Jerry Lawler by DQ 
– Anything Goes, No referee in the Ring: Fabulous Ones beat The Moondogs
– Austin Idol beat Jos Leduc
– Dutch Mantell beat Mid American Champion Randy Savage by DQ
– King Konga beat Terry Taylor
– Texas Death Match: A Team beat Rock and Roll Express
– Porkchop Cash & Dream Machine beat Koko Ware & Jerry Grey
– Art Crews drew Terry Gibbs

1987

Birmingham, Alabama:
– Larry Hamilton defeated Tom Prichard to win the Southeast NWA United States Junior Heavyweight Title

1989

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Wendell Cooley defeated Sid Vicious to win the Championship (formerly Continental) Wrestling Association Heavyweight Title

1992

Augusta, Georgia:
– Terry Taylor pinned Richard Morton
– Big Josh pinned Thomas Rich
– PN News & Johnny B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
– Big Van Vader fought El Gigante to a double count-out
– Ron Simmons pinned Larry Zbyszko
– WCW Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Ricky Steamboat defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton
– WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Sting via disqualification 

1993

Monroe, Louisiana:
– Cactus Jack defeated Brad Armstrong
– Erik Watts defeated Tony Atlas
– 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
– Sting defeated Paul Orndorff
– WCW World Champion Big Van Vader defeated Ron Simmons
– WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas defeated Steve Austin & Brian Pillman

Portland, Oregon:
– Bart Sawyer defeated John Rambo to win the Championship Wrestling USA Television Title

Barbourville, Kentucky:
– Jimmy Golden defeated Jeff Daniels
– Reno Riggins defeated Rip Rogers
– Tim Horner defeated SMW Heavyweight Champion the Dirty White Boy via disqualification
– Brian Lee defeated Kevin Sullivan via disqualification
– Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated Stan Lane & Tom Prichard

1994

Beckley, West Virginia:
– Prince Kharis defeated Bobby Blaze 
– Killer Kyle defeated Louie Spicolli
– Tracy Smothers pinned Chris Candido
– SMW Heavyweight Champion Brian Lee defeated the Dirty White Boy
– SMW Tag Team Champions Tom Prichard & Jimmy Del Ray defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson 

1995

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Doug Gilbert and Tommy Rich defeated PG-13 (JC Ice and Wolfie D) for the USWA tag team titles
– PG-13 defeated Doug Gilbert and Tommy Rich to win the USWA tag team titles
– Sweet Georgia Brown won the USWA Women’s Title by defeating Miss Texas (Jackie Moore)

1997

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Flash Flanagan and Steven Dunn defeated Mike Samples and Sir Mo to win the held up USWA Tag Team Titles 

2000

ECW Guilty as Charged: Birmingham, Alabama:
– The Impact Players (Justin Credible and Lance Storm) defeated ECW World Tag Team Champions Tommy Dreamer and Raven to win the titles 
– ECW World Heavyweight Champion Mike Awesome pinned Spike Dudley to retain the title
– Rob Van Dam defeated Sabu to retain the ECW TV Title

2005

San Juan, Puerto Rico:
– Trish Stratus won the WWE Diva’s Title by defeating Lita 
– Triple H won the WWE Championship in an Elimination Chamber match by defeating Edge, Bastista, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit and Randy Orton

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