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Event: Comiskey Park 1911
Date: September 4, 1911
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Arena: Comiskey Park
Attendance: 30,000

World Heavyweight Title Match: Frank Gotch defeated George Hackenschmidt (19:50) in two straight falls to retain the title. Gotch defeated Hackenschmidt (14:18). Gotch defeated Hackenschmidt (19:50).


Event: Comiskey Park June 1961
Date: June 30, 1961
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Arena: Comiskey Park
Attendance: 38,622

Fred Atkins defeated Hans Schmidt by Disqualification....The Angel defeated Moose Cholak by Disqualification....Antonino Rocca defeated Karl Von Hess....Vittorio Apollo defeated Mighty Atlas....Sweet Daddy Siki, Art Thomas, and Johnny Valentine defeated The Fabulous Kangaroos and Red Berry....Midwest Tag Team Title Match: Lou Albano and Tony Altimore defeated Billy Goelz and Johnny Gilbert to win the tag team titles....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Rogers defeated Pat O'Conner in three falls to win the title. Rogers pinned O'Conner (8:30). O'Conner pinned Rogers (14:30). Rogers pinned O'Conner.


Event: Funk Free-For-All
Date: October 28, 1993
Location: Amarillo, Texas
Arena: Civic Center
Attendance: 5,500

Mark and Chris Youngblood defeated Randy Rhodes and Rod Price (6:41) when Chris pinned Price....Danny Spivey pinned Mike Davis (6:39)....Big Boss Man defeated Stan Hansen (10:54) by Disqualification....Dory Funk, Jr. and Dick Murdoch defeated The Heavenly Bodies (Jimmy Del Rey and Tom Pritchard) (17:41) when Murdoch pinned Pritchard....Ted DiBiase defeated Tito Santana (14:35) by Count Out....Texas Death Match: Terry Funk defeated Eddie Gilbert (18:45) in a "Texas death" match.


Event: 50 Years of Funk
Date: September 11, 1997
Location: Amarillo, Texas
Arena: Fairgrounds Coliseum
Attendance: 3,800

Wing Kanemura pinned Roadkill (5:59)....ECW World Television Title Match: Taz defeated Chris Candido (7:19) via submission to retain the title....Shark Tsuchiya pinned Cooga (6:55)....Mark and Chris Youngblood defeated The Bushwhackers (Butch Miller and Luke Willaims) (10:20) when Mark pinned Williams....Balls Mahoney pinned Buh Buh Ray Dudley (6:00)....ECW World Heavyweight Title Match: Shane Douglas pinned Tommy Dreamer (10:09) to retain the title....Dory Funk, Jr. pinned Rob Van Dam (11:32)....Mankind defeated Sabu (8:30) by Disqualification....Hayabusa, Hakushi, and Masato Tanaka defeated Jake Roberts and The Headhunters (A and B) (11:12) when Hayabusa pinned Headhunter A....WWF World Heavyweight Title Match: Bret Hart pinned Terry Funk (25:07) to retain the title.


Event: Polynesian Hot Summer Night
Date: August 3, 1985
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Arena: Aloha Stadium
Attendance: 12,553

The Cobra (George Takano) defeated Superfly Tui....Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Matt Borne....Kengo Kimura and Tatsumi Fujinami defeated Gary Fulton and Gary Lewis....Jimmy Snuka defeated Mike Sharpe....Manny Fernandez defeated Black Bart by Disqualification....Mighty Milo drew with Steve Regal....Debbie Combs defeated Fallen Angel by Disqualification....Farmer Boy Ipo and Leroy Brown defeated Joel and Verne Deaton....Little Kevin defeated Pancho Boy....Richie Magnett defeated Gypsy Joe....Dusty Rhodes and Magnum TA defeated Nikita Koloff and Krusher Khruschev....Andre the Giant, Angelo Mosca, and Steve Collins defeated King Kong Bundy, Mark Lewin, and Kevin Sullivan....Polynesian Heavyweight Title Match: Lars Anderson defeated Bad News Allen to win the title....Polynesian Tag Team Title Match: Rocky and Ricky Johnson defeated The Dirty White Boys to win the tag team titles....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Ric Flair and Siva Afi fought to a No Contest. Ric Flair retains the title.


Event: Stu Hart Tribute Show
Date: December 15, 1995
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Arena: Calgary Corral
Attendance: 4,600

The Cuban Assassin and Jerry Morrow defeated King Lau and Mike Anthony (10:30)....Mukhan Singh pinned Gothic Warrior (11:00)....Rhonda Singh pinned KC Houston (6:00)....Chris Benoit pinned Rad Radford....1-2-3 Kid pinned Keith Hart....Brian Pillman and Bruce Hart defeated Terry and Dory Funk, Jr. by Disqualification....WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title Match: Razor Ramon pinned Owen Hart to retain the title....WWF World Heavyweight Title Match: Bret Hart pinned Davey Smith to retain the title.


Event: World Wrestling Peace Festival 1996
Date: June 1, 1996
Location: Los Angeles, California
Arena: Los Angeles Sports Arena
Attendance: 5,964

Craig Pittman (WCW) defeated KGB (AAA) (6:11) via submission....Jim Niedhart pinned Bobby Bradley, Jr. (5:00)....Lady Apache (EMLL) and Akira Hokuto defeated Neftali (AAA) and Bull Nakano (8:24) when Hokuto pinned Neftali....WCW Match: Chris Benoit pinned Alex Wright (9:54)....AAA Match: Rey Misterio, Jr. and Ultimo Dragon defeated Psicosis and Heavy Metal (11:40) when Dragon pinned Metal....Lex Luger (WCW) pinned Masa Saito (NJ) (5:53)....EMLL Match: Negro Casas pinned El Hijo del Santo (5:54)....EMLL Match: Atlantis, Dos Caras, and Hector Garza defeated Silver King, Dr Wagner Jr, and Gran Markus Jr. (10:35) when Caras pinned Markus....Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Black Cat (5:15)....AAA Match: Perro Aguayo and La Parka defeated Pierroth, Jr. and Cibernetico (9:35) when Aguayo pinned Pierroth (9:38)....Triangle Match: Konnan (AAA/WCW) defeated Chris Jericho and Bam Bam Bigelow (7:41) in a "triangle" match. Konnan pinned Bigelow (4:51). Konnan pinned Jericho (7:41)....Jushin Liger (NJ) pinned Great Sasuke (Mich) (12:47)....WCW Match: The Giant pinned Sting (5:09)....Dan Severn and Antonio Inoki defeated Oleg Taktarov and Yoshiaki Fujiwara (9:15) when Severn forced Fujiwara to submit.


Event: Curtis Comes Home
Date: July 30, 1999
Location: Rostraver, Pennsylvania
Arena: Rostraver Ice Garden
Attendance: 1,500

Julio Sanchez defeated Frank Parker....Dominic DeNucci defeated Lord Zoltan....Dick Flannagan defeated Preston Steele....Triangle Match: Eddie Guerrero defeated Shark Boy and Billy Kidman in a "triangle" match....Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) defeated Beau James and Roger Anderson....Cody Michaels pinned Hugh Morrus....Triangle Match: Mick Foley defeated Al Snow and D-Lo Brown in a "triangle" match. Foley started the match as the special referee....Chris Jericho defeated Terry Taylor....Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, and Chris Benoit defeated Tracey Smothers, Tim Horner, and Chris Candido.


Event: Heroes of Wrestling
Date: October 10, 1999
Location: Bay Saint Louis, Missouri
Arena: Casino Magic
Attendance: 2,300

The Samoan Swat Team (Samu and Samoan Savage) defeated Marty Jannetty and Tommy Rogers (10:00) when Samu pinned Rogers....Greg Valentine pinned George Steele (6:37)....Too Cold Scorpio pinned Julio Fantastico (9:37)....The Bushwhackers (Butch Miller and Luke Williams) defeated The Iron Sheik and Nikolia Volkoff (8:42) when Miller pinned Sheik....Tully Blanchard pinned Stan Lane (7:04)....Abdullah the Butcher and One Man Gang (7:34) fought to a Double Disqualification....Jimmy Snuka pinned Bob Orton, Jr. (11:46)....Jim Niedhart and King Kong Bundy defeated Jake Roberts and Yokozuna (16:34) when Bundy pinned Roberts.


Event: 1st Annual Brian Pillman Memorial Show
Date: April 29, 1998
Location: Norwood, Ohio
Arena: Norwood Middle School
Attendance: 1,002

Nick Dinsmore defeated Trailer Park Trash....Steve Dunn and Rino Riggins defeated Brian Taylor and The Bounty Hunter....Flash Flannagan defeated Bull Pain....Chip Fairway and Shark Boy defeated Terek the Great and Sean Casey....Al Snow defeated Chris Candido....Chris Benoit defeated Chris Jericho.


Event: 2nd Annual Brian Pillman Memorial Show
Date: May 19, 1999
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Arena: Cincinnati Gardens
Attendance: 1,800

Shark Boy pinned Matt Stryker....Terik the Great pinned Jeremy Jett....Chip Fairway defeated Chad Collyer via submission....Tim Horner and Rob Conway defeated Flash Flannagan and Bull Pain when Horner pinned Flannagan....Shark Boy pinned Terik the Great....Terry Taylor defeated Tom Pritchard....Shark Boy pinned Chip Fairway....Al Snow defeated Road Dogg....Mankind pinned D-Lo Brown....Konnan and Rey Misterio, Jr. defeated Chris Benoit and Dean Malenko when Misterio pinned Malenko.


Event: 3rd Annual Brian Pillman Memorial Event: "Pillman 2000"
Date: May 25, 2000
Location: Cincinatti, Ohio
Arena: Xavier University's Schmidt Fieldhouse

Rory Fox and Logan Caine defeated Jeremy Lopez and Jet Jaguar...B.J. Payne defeated Rico Constantino...Chuck Palumbo defeated Sean O'Hare...Scotty Sabre defeated Reckless Youth...HWA Tag Team Title Match: Cody Hawk and Anthony McMurphy defeated Flash Flanagan and Matt Styker to retain the tag team titles...HWA Cruiserweight Title Match: Shark Boy defeated Jamie-San to retain the title...HWA Heavyweight Title Match: Race Steele defeated Chip Fairway to win the title...Anthony McMurphy defeated Cody Michaels (replacing Terry Taylor)...Tim Horner defeated Dr. Tom Pritchard...Ron and Don Harris defeated Billy Kidman and Disco Inferno (replacing David Flair)...Vampiro defeated Captain Rection (Hugh Morrus)...WWF Intercontinental Title Match: Chris Benoit defeated Steve Regal to retain the title...Diamond Dallas Page defeated Shane Douglas...ECW World Heavyweight Title Match: Justin Creidble defeated Raven to retain the title...D'Lo Brown and Eddie Guerrero defeated Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko.


Event: 4th Annual Brian Pillman Memorial Show
Date: August 9, 2001
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Arena: Oak Hills High School

Nigel McGinness (HWA) pinned Machine (OVW)...Rob Conway and Ron Waterman (OVW) defeated The Disciples of Synn (Payne and Damien) (OVW)...J.R. Ryder (ECWA) pinned Richard Pound (Stampede)...Chad Collyer (HWA) defeated Donavan Morgan (APW)...Cody Hawk and Lance Cade (HWA) defeated The Island Boys (O.G. EKMO and Kimo)...Randy Orton (OVW) defeated Flash Flanagan (OVW)...The Damaja and Hardcore (OVW) defeated The "A" Squad (HWA)...The Haas Brothers (HWA) defeated Steve Bradley (HWA) and Rico Constantino (OVW)...HWA Cruiserweight Title Match (Four Way Dance Match): Matt Stryker defeated Chad Collyer, Sharkboy, and Pepper Parks in a four-way dance to win the title...HWA Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Dinsmore defeated Race Steel to win the title...Terry Taylor pinned Bobby Eaton. Ricky Steamboat was the special referee...NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Steve Corino pinned David Flair to retain the title...Mark Henry pinned Hugh Morrus...Lita pinned Victoria...Evan Karagias pinned Chris Candido...Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko defeated Raven and Justin Credible...Non-Title Three-Way Dance Match: The Hardy Boyz (Jeff and Matt Hardy) defeated Edge and Christian, and WWF World Tag Team Champions, Diamond Dallas Page and Chris Kanyon, in a "three-way dance" match.


Event: UWF Beach Brawl
Date: June 9, 1991
Location: Palmetto, Florida
Arena: Manatee Civic Center
Attendance: 550
PPV Buyrate: 0.1

Boris Zuhkov pinned Paul Samson....The Blackhearts (Apocalypse and Destruction) defeated Fire Cat and Jim Cooper (7:45) when Apocalypse pinned Cooper....Street Fight Match: Terry Gordy and Johnny Ace (6:08) fought to a Double Count Out in a "street fight" match....The Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair and Jim Brunzell) defeated Larry and David Power (12:23) when Blair made the pin....UWF Women's Title Match: Rockin' Robin pinned Candi Divine (6:05) to win the title....Strap Match: Paul Orndorff pinned Col. DeBeers (4:15) in a "strap" match....Bob Backlund pinned Ivan Koloff (2:23)....Steve Ray and Sonny Beach defeated Cactus Jack and Bob Orton, Jr. (4:02) when Beach pinned Cactus....UWF Television Title Match: Steve Williams pinned Bam Bam Bigelow (7:11) to win the title.


Event: UWF Blackjack Brawl
Date: September 23, 1994
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Arena: MGM Grand Hotel
Attendance: 600

UWF America's Heavyweight Title Match: Danny Spivey defeated Johnny Ace to win the title when manager Missy Hyatt threw in the towel....UWF Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Armstrong pinned Mando Guerrero (4:24) to win the title....UWF Television Title Match: Sonny Beach defeated Dr. Feelgood (5:24) by Disqualification....Bob Orton, Jr. and The Finnish Hellraiser (5:16) fought to a Double Disqualification....UWF Midget Heavyweight Title: Little Tokyo pinned Karate Kid (7:07) to win the title....Samson pinned The Irish Assassin (4:30)....UWF MGM Grand Garden Title Match: Tyler Main pinned Stevie Ray (6:27) to win the title....UWF Women's Heavyweight Title Match: Candi Divine pinned Tina Moretti (3:24) to win the title....UWF Tag Team Title Match: The Killer Bees (B. Brian Lee and Jim Brunzell) defeated Warlord and Power Warrior (Larry Power) (11:30) when Blair pinned Power to win the tag team titles....Lumberjack Match: Cactus Jack and Jimmy Snuka (8:40) fought toa Double Count Out in a "lumberjack" match....UWF Heavyweight Title Match: Steve Williams defeated Sid Vicious (10:45) by Disqualification.


Event: Orange Bowl Spectacular
Date: January 25, 1978
Location: Miami, Florida
Arena: Orange Bowl

Rocky Johnson defeated Karl Kox by Disqualification....Ivan Putski defeated Ox Baker....Battle Royal: Joyce Grable won an eight woman battle royal....Chavo Guerrero defeated Tank Patterson....Bobby Duncum defeated Don Serrana....Keith Franks defeated John Ruffan....United States Tag Team Title Match: Mike Graham and Steve Keirn defeated The Valiant Brothers (Jimmy and Johnny) to win the tag team titles....Pedro Morales defeated Lars Anderson....Jack and Jerry Brisco defeated Ivan Koloff and Mr. Saito....Dusty Rhodes defeated Ken Patera.....WWWF and NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: WWWF World Champion, Billy Graham, drew with NWA World Champion, Harley Race.


Event: The Last Tangle in Tampa
Date: August 3, 1980
Location: Tampa, Florida
Arena: Tampa Stadium

Dick Murdoch and Bugsy McGraw defeated Ivan Koloff and Nikolia Volkoff....CWF Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater defeated Barry Windham to retain the title....Jack Brisco defeated Mr. Saito....Battle Royal: Wendi Richter won a seven woman battle royal....Jerry Brisco defeated Alfred Hayes....The Super Destroyer defeated Mr. Florida....Andre the Giant defeated The Super Destroyer....NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Les Thornton defeated Mike Graham to retain the title....WWF World Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Backlund defeated Don Muraco to retain the title....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match (Best 2 Out of 3 Falls): Harley Race drew with Dusty Rhodes in two falls to retain the title. Fritz Von Erich was the special referee. Dusty defeated Race. The time limit expired during the second fall.


Event: Lords of the Ring
Date: June 30, 1984
Location: Miami, Florida
Arena: Orange Bowl
Attendance: 20,000

Mike Graham pinned Chavo Guerrero....Hangman's Noose Match: Blackjack Mulligan pinned Kevin Sullivan in a "hangman's noose" match....Junkyad Dog, Wahoo McDaniel, and Jimmy Valiant defeated Angelo Mosca, Black Bart, and Ron Bass....Hector Guerrero pinned Dennis Brown....Dick Slater pinned Joe Lightfoot....Jerry Lawler defeated One Man Gang....Billy Jack defeated Bill Graham....United States Tag Team Title Match: Barry Windham and Mike Rotunda defeated The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) by Disqualification to retain the tag team titles....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match (Best 2 Out of 3 Falls): Dusty Rhodes defeated Ric Flair in three falls. Ric Flair retains the title....Flair defeated Rhodes by Disqualification. Rhodes defeated Flair. Rhodes defeated Flair by Disqualification.


Event: Battle of the Belts
Date: September 2, 1985
Location: Tampa, Florida
Arena: The Sundome
Attendance: 7,600

Hector and Chavo Guerrero defeated Rip Oliver and Grappler (15:40) when Hector pinned Oliver....Cocoa Samoa pinned Rip Rogers (11:00)....Florida Heavyweight Title Match: Kendall Windham pinned Jack Hart to win the title....Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Rick Rude pinned Billy Jack Haynes to retain the title....AWA World Tag Team Title Match: The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) fought to a Double Count Out with Harley Race and Stan Hansen. The Road Warriors retain the tag team titles....Nick Bockwinkle pinned Frankie Lancaster....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match (Best 2 Out of 3 Falls): Ric Flair defeated Wahoo McDaniel (43:17) in three falls to retain the title. McDaniel defeated Flair via sleeperhold. Flair pinned McDaniel. Flair pinned McDaniel (43:17).


Event: Battle of the Belts II
Date: February 14, 1986
Location: Orlando, Florida
Arena: Eddie Graham Sports Arena

NWA Bahamas Heavyweight Title Match: Tyree Pride pinned Ron Slinker to retain the title....Florida Heavyweight Title Match: Kendall Windham pinned Rocky Iaukea (9:00) to retain the title....NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Denny Brown defeated The White Ninja (10:00) by Disqualification to retain the title....Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Lex Luger pinned Jesse Barr (20:00) to win the title....Bruiser Brody and Wahoo McDaniel (5:00) fought to a Double Count Out....Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) and Blackjack Mulligan fought to a Double Count Out with Kevin Sullivan, Mark Lewin, and Maya Singh (6:00)....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Ric Flair defeated Barry Windham (41:41) to retain the title.


Event: Battle of the Belts III
Date: September 1, 1986
Location: Daytona Beach, Florida
Arena: Ocean Center
Attendance: 8,000

Tyree Pride pinned The Cuban Assassin (15:20)....United States Tag Team Title Match: The Fabulous Ones (Stan Lane and Steve Keirn) defeated The Sheepherders (Luke Williams and Butch Miller) (7:45) when Lane pinned Williams....United States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: The White Ninja pinned Tim Horner (11:00) to win the title. The belt was later returned to Horner due to outside interference....AWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkle defeated Kendo Nagasaki (7:00) by Disqualfication to retain the title....The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) fought to a Double Disqualfication with Ed Gantner and Kareem Muhammad....NWA Bahamas Heavyweight Title Match: Kendall Windham defeated Chris Champion (4:00) by Disqualification. Chris Champion retains the title....NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Ric Flair drew with Lex Luger (34:40) in three falls to retain the title. Flair pinned Luger (12:07). Luger pinned Flair (14:40). The time limit expired during the third fall (34:40)....Florida Heavyweight Title Match: Barry Windham pinned Ron Bass to win the title.


Event: Eddie Graham Memorial
Date:
May 9, 1987
Location:
St. Petersburg, Florida
Arena:
Bayfront Center
Attendance: 8,000

NWA Florida Tag Team Title Match: The Fabulous Ones (Steve Kiern and Stan Lane) defeatedThe MOD Squad (Spike and Basher) to retain the tag team titles...Barry Windham and Ed Gantner defeated Dory Fun, Jr. and Samu...NWA Florida Heavyweight Title Match: Mike Rotunda defeated Kevin Sullivan to retain the title...NWA World Tag Team Title Match: Rick Rude and Manny Fernandez fought to a Double Disqualification against The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal). Rick Rude and Manny Fernandez retain the tag team titles...NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dusty Rhodes defeated Ric Flair by Disqualification. Ric Flair retains the title.


Event: Showdown at Shea 1972
Date: September 1, 1986
Location: Flushing, New York
Arena: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 22,508

Little Beaver and Little Louie defeated Pew Wee Adams and Sonny Boy Hayes....El Olimpico defeated Chuck O'Conner by Disqualification....Jack Brisco defeated Mr. Fuji....Gorilla Monsoon drew with Ernie Ladd (10:00)....Sonny King and Jay Strongbow defeated Lou Albano and The Spoiler....Women's World Heavyweight Title Match: Fabulous Moolah defeated Debbie Johnson to retain the title....WWWF World Heavyweight Title Match: Pedro Morales drew with Bruno Sammartino (76:00) to retain the title.


Event: Showdown at Shea 1976
Date: June 25, 1976
Location: Flushing, New York
Arena: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 32,000

Ivan Putski defeated Baron Scicluna....Jose Gonzales drew with Kevin Sullivan (20:00)....WWWF World Tag Team Title Match: Jay Strongbow and Billy White Wolf defeated The Executioners in three falls to retain the tag team titles....Wrestler Vs. Boxer Match: Andre the Giant defeated Chuck Wepner (1:15 - 3rd Round) by Count Out in a "wrestler vs boxer" match....WWWF World Heavyweight Title Match: Bruno Sammartino defeated Stan Hansen to retain the title.


Event: Showdown at Shea 1980
Date: August 9, 1980
Location: Flushing, New York
Arena: Shea Stadium
Attendance: 36,295

The Hangman defeated Rene Goulet....Ivan Putski defeated Johnny Rodz....Angel Marvilla defeated Jose Estrada....Beverly Slade and Kandy Maloy defeated Fabulous Moolah and Peggy Lee....Dominic DeNucci defeated Baron Scicluna....Greg Gagne defeated Rick McGraw....Pat Patterson pinned Tor Kamata....WWF World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Tatsumi Fujinami pinned Chavo Guerrero to retain the title....WWF World Martial Arts Heavyweight Title Match: Antonio Inoki defeated Larry Sharpe via submission to retain the title....Andre the Giant pinned Hulk Hogan (7:48)....WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title Match: Tony Atlas defeated Ken Patera by Count Out....WWF World Tag Team Title Match: Bob Backlund and Pedro Morales defeated The Wild Samoans (Afa and Sika) when Backlund pinned Sika to win the tag team titles....Steel Cage Match: Bruno Sammartino defeated Larry Zbysko (14:04) in a "steel cage" match.


Event: ECWA's 1997 Super 8 Tournament
Date: February 22, 1997
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: Saint Matthew's Parish Hall

Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #1: Billy Kidman pinned Reckless Youth....Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #2: Ace Darling pinned The Inferno Kid...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #3: Lance Diamond defeated Ravishing Ronny...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #4: Cheetah Master pinned Devon Storm....Super 8 Semi-final Match #1: Cheetah Master defeated Billy Kidman...Super 8 Semi-final Match #2: Ace Darling pinned Lance Diamond....Tournament Final Match: Ace Darling defeated Cheetah Master to win the tournament and ECWA Television Title...Boogie Woogie Brown pinned King Kong Bundy...ECWA Heavyweight Title Match: Viper pinned Glen Osbourne to win the title...Primo Carnera III, Cowboy Blaze, and The War Hawk defeated The Animal, The Commando, and Mr. Ooh La La.


Event: ECWA's 1998 Super 8 Tournament
Date: March 21, 1998
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: Saint Matthew's Parish Hall

Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #1: Ace Darling pinned Mike Quackenbush...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #2: The Inferno Kid pinned Devon Storm...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #3: Lance Diamond defeated Mark Shrader...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #4: Scott Taylor pinned Reckless Youth...Super 8 Semi-final Match #1: The Inferno Kid defeated Ace Darling...Super 8 Semi-final Match #2: Lance Diamond pinned Scott Taylor...Tournament Final Match: Lance Diamond defeated The Inferno Kid...Battle Royal: J.R. Ryder won a battle royal...Boogie Woogie Brown and Cheetah Master defeated Glen Osbourne and The Kodiak Bear.


Event: ECWA's 1999 Super 8 Tournament
Date: February 27, 1999
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: Saint Matthew's Parish Hall

Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #1: Steve Bradley defeated Ace Darling...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #2: Christopher Daniels defeated Jeff Peterson...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #3: Matt Hardy pinned Christian York...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #4: Devon Storm pinned Jeff Hardy...Super 8 Semi-final Match #1: Steve Bradley pinned Devon Storm...Super 8 Semi-final Match #2: Christopher Daniels pinned Matt Hardy...Tournament Final Match: Steve Bradley pinned Christopher Daniels...ECWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Ooh La La defeated Inferno Kid to win the title...Brute Force wrestled Glen Osbourne and J.J. The Ring Crew Guy to a No Contest.


Event: ECWA's 2000 Super 8 Tournament
Date: February 26, 2000
Location: Newport, Delaware

Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #1: Scoot Andrews pinned Trent Acid...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #2: Chad Collyer defeated Shark Boy...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #3: Jet Jaguar defeated Jeff Peterson...Super 8 Quarterfinal Match #4: Christopher Daniels pinned Vic Capri...Super 8 Semi-final Match #1: Christopher Daniels defeated Ace Darling...Super 8 Semi-final Match #2: Scoot Andrews defeated Chad Collyer...Tournament Final Match: Christopher Daniels defeated Scoot Andrews...Glen Osbourne won a battle royal...ECWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title Match (Lumberjack Match): Ty Street pinned Glen Osbourne in a lumberjack match to retain the title...ECWA Tag Team Title Match: The Cheetah Master and J.J. the Ring Crew Guy defeated J.R. Ryder and The Inferno Kid by Disqualification. J.R. Ryder and The Inferno Kid retain the tag team titles.


Event: ECWA's 2001 Super 8 Tournament
Date: February 24, 2001
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: St. Matthews Parish Center

Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #1: Low Ki defeated Billy Fives...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #2: Jayson Reign defeated Tony Kozina...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #3: American Dragon defeated Spanky...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #4: Reckless Youth defeated Mike Sullivan...ECWA Tag Team Title Match: The Haas Brothers defeated Simon Diamond and Ty Street to retain the tag team titles...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #1: Low Ki defeated Jayson Reign...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #2: American Dragon defeated Reckless Youth...ECWA Heavyweight Title Match (3-Way Match): Cheetah Master defeated Patch and J.J. The Ring Crew Guy in a 3-way match to win the title...Super 8 Tournament Final Match: Low Ki defeated American Dragon to win the tournament.


Event: ECWA's 2002 Super 8 Tournament
Date: March 2, 2002
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: St. Matthews Parish Center

Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #1: Red defeated Bobby Rude...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #2: Donovan Morgan defeated Pepper Parks...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #3: Jamie Knoble defeated Matt Stryker...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #4: AJ Styles defeated Xavier...Price Nana wins the Summit to earn an ECWA Heavyweight Title Shot...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #1: Donovan Morgan defeated Red...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #2: Donovan Morgan defeated Jamie Knoble...ECWA Heavyweight Title Match: Scoot Andrews defeated Billy Fives to retain the title...Super 8 Tournament Final Match: Donovan Morgan defeated AJ Styles to win the tournament.


Event: ECWA's 2003 Super 8 Tournament
Date: April 5, 2003
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: St. Matthews Parish Center

Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #1: Frankie Kazarian defeated Chris Sabin...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #2: Brian Kendrick defeated Chris Cage...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #3: Chance Beckett defeated Sederick Strong...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #4: Paul London defeated Alex Arion...The SATs (Jose and Joel Maximo) and Striker defeated The Royal Decision (Prince Nana & Mega & Ace Darling)...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #1: Paul London defeated Frankie Kazarian...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #2: Chance Beckett defeated Brian Kendrick...ECWA Summit Battle Royal: Japanese Pool Boy won the battle royal. Other participants were: Mr. Ooh La La, Japanese Pool Boy, Roughhouse Rivera, Joey Maxx, Johnny Maxx, Mozart Fontaine, Billy Bax, Tyler Payne, Mega, Xero, Striker, Trinity, Ace Darling, Prince Nana, Joel Maximo, Venom, Jose Maximo, Mike Kruel, Red, and Cheetah Master...ECWA Heavyweight Title Match: Christopher Daniels defeated Japanese Pool Boy to retain the title...ECWA 2003 Super 8 Tournament Final Match: Paul London defeated Chance Beckett to win the tournament.


Event: ECWA's 2004 Super 8 Tournament
Date: April 3, 2004
Location: Wilmington, Delaware
Arena: St. Matthews Parish Center

Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #1: Austin Aries defeated Shawn Daivari...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #2: Mike Kruel defeated Ricky Reyes...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #3: Christopher Daniels defeated Rocky Romero...Super 8 Tournament First Round Match #4: John Walters defeated Nicho (wearing his mask)...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #1: Christopher Daniels defeated Mike Kruel...Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Match #2: Austin Aries defeated John Walters...Battle Royal: Ace Darling and Striker won a "Battle Royal"...Bax and Rob Eckos defeated Ace Darling and Striker...ECWA 2004 Super 8 Tournament Final Match: Christopher Daniels defeated Austin Aries to win the tournament.


Event: ECWA's 2005 Super 8 Tournament
Date: April 9, 2005
Location: Newark, Delaware
Arena: Greater Newark Boys and Girls' Club
Attendance: 450

Super 8 Tournament First Round Quarter-Final Match #1: Puma defeated Eric Matlock...Super 8 Tournament First Round Quarter-Final Match #2: J.J. Perez defeated Tyson Dux...Super 8 Tournament First Round Quarter-Final Match #3: Alex Shelley defeated Andrew Ryker...Super 8 Tournament First Round Quarter-Final Match #4: Petey Williams defeated Rory Fox...Super 8 Tournament First Round Semi-Final Match #1: Puma defeated J.J. Perez...Super 8 Tournament First Round Semi-Final Match #2: Petey Williams defeated Alex Shelley...Tag Team Rumble Match: The Logan Brothers won a "Tag Team Rumble" match...ECWA Tag Team Title Match: The Valedictorians defeated Logan Brothers to retain the tag team titles...ECWA 2005 Super 8 Tournament Final Match: Petey Williams defeated Puma to win the tournament.


Event: Break The Barrier
Date: May 15, 1999
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arena: Viking Hall
(ECW Arena)

APWF Heavyweight Title Match (Three Way Dance): Stevie Richards defeated Tom Brandi and Jimmy Cicero in a three way dance to win the title...WLW Heavyweight Title Match (Falls Count Anywhere Match): Derrick Stone defeated Steve Sharpe to retain the title...NDW Brass Knuckles Title Match: Rick Link and Manny Fernandez fought to a Double Disqualification. Rick Link retains the title...IPW Tag Team Title Match: The Pitbulls defeated Phi Dekappa U to win the tag team titles...MCW Heavyweight Title Match: Headbanger Mosh pinned Romeo Valentino to retain the title...The Tennessee Volunteerz defeated The Backstreet Boyz...WWO Heavyweight Title Match (Ladder Match): Scab defeated Natrone Steele in a ladder match to win the title...IPWA Heavyweight Title Match: Cueball Carmichael pinned Julio Sanchez...SCW Lord of the Dance Title Match: Mike Quackenbush defeated Lou Marconi and Don Montoya to win the title...First Blood Match: Fang defeated Blade Boudreaux...CZW Hardcore Title Match: Hardcore Nick defeated Justice Pain...Multi-Promotional Battle Royal: Tom Brandi won a multi-promotional battle royal.


Event: APW King of the Indies 2000
Date: December 30, 2000
Location: Galt, California

Tournament Match #1: Christopher Daniels defeated Boyce LeGrande...Tournament Match #2: Scoot Andrews defeated Vinny Massaro...Tournament Match #3: Michael Modest defeated Robert Thompson...Tournament Match #4: Donovan Morgan defeated Vic Capri...Semi-Final Match #1: Christopher Daniels defeated Scoot Andrews...Semi-Final Match #2: Donovan Morgan defeated Michael Modest...Tournament Final Match: Christopher Daniels defeated Donovan Morgan.

Tournament Winner: Christopher Daniels


Event: APW King of the Indies 2001
Date: October 26, 2001 - October 27, 2001
Location: Vallejo, California

Tournament Match #1: Donovan Morgan defeated Scoot Andrews...Tournament Match #2: Bison Smith defeated Tony Jones...Tournament Match #3: Doug Williams defeated Adam Pierce...Tournament Match #4: American Dragon defeated Spanky...Tournament Match #5: Christopher Daniels defeated Super Dragon...Tournament Match #6: AJ Styles defeated Jardi Frantz...Tournament Match #7: Low Ki defeated Vincenzo Massaro...Tournament Match #8: Samoa Joe defeated Frankie Kazarian...Quarter-Final Match #1: Donovan Morgan defeated Bison Smith...Quarter-Final Match #2: American Dragon defeated Doug Williams...Quarter-Final Match #3: Christopher Daniels defeated AJ Styles...Quarter-Final Match #4: Low Ki defeated Samoa Joe...Semi-Final Match #1: American Dragon defeated Donovan Morgan...Semi-Final Match #2: Low Ki defeated Christopher Daniels..Tournament Final Match: American Dragon defeated Low Ki.

Tournament Winner: American Dragon


Event: Rikidozan Memorial Show 1996
Date: June 30, 1996
Location: Yokohama, Japan
Arena: Yokohama Arena
Attendance: 16,000

Ryuma Go and Takeshi Miyamoto defeated Samurai Max and Fumio Akiyama (14:35) when Go pinned Max...Goro Tsurumi pinned The Mummy (7:09)...Gladiator and Hisakatsu Oya defeated Koji Nakayama and Masato Tanaka (12:13) when Gladiator pinned Nakayama...Tarzan Goto pinned Takashi Okano (16:11)...Seiji Yamakawa and Kendo Nagasaki defeated Yuichi Toniguchi and Shoji Nakamaki (12:58) when Yamakawa pinned Toniguchi...Shinobu Kandori and Michiko Omukai defeated Eagle Sawai and Michiko Nagashima (12:46) when Kandori pinned Nagashima...Chigusa Nagayo (Gaea), Hiromi Yagi (JWP), and Hikari Fukuoka (JWP) defeated Dynamite Kansai (JWP), Bomber Hikari (Gaea), and Toshie Uematsu (Gaea) (13:23) when Nagayo pinned Uematsu...Mitsuo Momota pinned Masao Inoue (8:35)...Jado and Hiromichi Fuyuki (Team WAR) defeated Koji Kitao and Masaaki Mochizuki (Team Kitao) (12:26) when Fuyuki pinned Mochizuki...Satoru Sayama (Japan Pro Shooting) drew Tiger Mask IV (Mich) (33:00)...Yoshiaki Fujiwara (PWFG) and Yoji Anjoh (UWFI) fought to a Double Count Out...Keiji Mutoh and Kensuke Sasaki defeated Shinya Hashimoto and Junji Hirata (14:51) when Mutoh pinned Hirata...Genichiro Tenryu (WAR) and Tatsumi Fujinami (NJ) defeated Koki Kitihara (WAR) and Riki Choshu (NJ) (13:51) when Tenryu pinned Kitihara.


Event: Rikidozan Memorial Show 2000
Date: March 11, 2000
Location: Yokohama, Japan
Arena: Yokohama Arena
Attendance: 9,000

Magnum Tokyo (Toryumon) and Gran Hamada (Michinoku) defeated Sumo Fuji and Cima (Team Toryumon) (18:25) when Tokyo pinned Fuji...Naoki Sano (Takada Dojo) pinned Yuki Ishikawa (Battlearts) (11:30)...Yuki Kondo (Pancrase) defeated Kan Tenjun (0:40) via submission...Commando Boirshoi (JWP) and Yumiko Hotta (AJW) defeated Ran Yuyu and Kayoko Haruyama (Team JWP) (10:10) when Borishoi pinned Haruyama...Yoshiko Tamura, Yuka Nakamura, and Kyoko Inoue (Team New Ladies) defeated Dynamite Kansai, Tsubasa Kuragaki, and Azumi Hyuga (Team JWP) (16:36) when Tamura forced Kuragaki to submit...Yoshiaki Fujiwara defeated Satoru Sayama (10:56) via submission...Junji Hirata (NJ) and Ryuma Go (Go Gudan) defeated Tadao Yasuda and Osamu Kido (Team New Japan) when Hirata pinned Yasuda...Hideki Takizawa pinned Antonio Inoki (3:57) in an "exhibition" match. Takizawa is a teen pop star and this was not a true match...Ryuji Yamikawa and Tomoaki Honma (Team Big Japan) defeated Naoki Yamazaki and H (Team FMW) (18:58) when Yamikawa pinned Yamazaki...Yoji Anjoh defeated Tarzan Goto (13:37) via Disqualification...Genichiro Tenryu (WAR) and BB Jones (Ron Reis) defeated Shinya Hashimoto (NJ) and Naoya Ogawa (UFO) (8:51).


Event: Gary Albright Memorial Show 2000
Date: April 19, 2000
Location: Allentown, Pennsylvania
Arena: Convention Center

Too Cold Scorpio and Sugaa defeated American Society...Jimmy Snuka pinned Jake Molson...Doink the Clown pinned Shane Black...The Headshrinkers defeated Hungarian Barbarian and Big Dick Dudley...WWF World Light Heavyweight Title Match: Scotty 2 Hotty, pinned Stevie Richards to retain the title...Three Way Match: Afa Jr. defeated Lucifer Grimm and Gillberg in a three way match...Crowbar pinned Judas Young...The Head Bangers (Mosh and Thrasher) defeated Taka Michinoku and Sho Funaki...Maunukea Mossman pinned Johnny Smith...Non-Title Match: Chris Jericho defeated WWF European Champion, Eddy Guerrero... Rikishi Phatu pinned Jesse James.


Event: iGeneration Wrestling PPV Card
Date: December 1, 2000 (Taped in July of 2000)
Location: Sydney, Australia
Arena: The Sydney Superdome
Attendance: 10,000

iGeneration World Tag Team Title Match (Tables Match): The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) defeated Public Enemy (Rocko Rock and Johnny Grunge) in a "tables" match to win the tag team titles...Hardcore Match: The Barbarian pinned Brute Force (Brutus Beefcake/Ed Leslie/The Disciple) in a "hardcore" match...Ladies Match: Sweet Destiny pinned Brandi Wine...iGeneration International Heavyweight Title Match: One Man Gang pinned Tatanka to win the title...iGeneration World Heavyweight Title Match (Australian Outback Match): Curt Hennig defeated Dennis Rodman by Disqualification to retain the title in a "Australian Outback" match.


Event: MECW Inaugrual Wrestling Show
Date: August 11, 2001
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arena: Viking Hall (ECW Arena)
Attendance: 1,100

New Jack pinned Devito of Da Baldies...Danny Doring and Chris Chetti defeated Christian York and Joey Matthews when Doring pinned York...Buff Bagwell defeated Jack Victory...Hot Commidity (Julio Dinero and Chris Hammerick) defeated Hell on Earth (Prince Justice and Rob Williams) when Hammerick pinned Williams...MECW World Heavyweight Title Match: Curt Hennig pinned Chris Harris to retain the title...MECW World Tag Team Title Match (Falls Count Anywhere Match): Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) defeated The FBI (Little Guido and Tony Marmaluke) when Rocco pinned Mamaluke in a "Falls Count Anywhere" match to retain the tag team titles...Simon Diamond pinned The Blue Meanie...Three-Way Match: Crowbar defeated Amish Roadkill and Billy Reil in a "Three Way Match" when Crowbar pinned Reil...Mike Rotunda and The Rockin' Rebel defeated The Gladiators (Gary Wolfe and Johnny Hot Body) when Rotundo pinned Wolfe...MECW APW Heavyweight Title Match (Ladder Match): Sabu defeated The Sandman in a "ladder" match to win the title.


Event: RF Video's "Ring of Honor" Inaugrual Wrestling Show
Date: February 23, 2002
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arena: Viking Hall (ECW Arena)

Hit Squad (Monsta Mac and Mafia) defeated The Christopher St. Connection (Buff E. and Mace) when Mafia pinned Mace...Red defeated Jay Briscoe...Xavier defeated Scoot Andrews...The Boogie Knights (Danny Drake and Mike Tobin) defeated The Natural Born Sinners (Homicide and Boogalou) by Disqualification...Elimination Match: Brian XL, Quiet Storm and Devine defeated Red and The Maximos Brothers in an "elimination" match. Quiet storm was the sole survivor...Prince Nana defeated ECW's Towel Boy...Shawn Michaels' Wrestling Academy Challenge Match: Spanky and Ikaika Loa defeated Michael Shane and Oz when Spanky pinned Oz in a "Shawn Michaels' Wrestling Academy Challenge" match...IWA (Puerto Rico) Intercontinental Heavyweight Title Match: Super Crazy defeated Eddy Guerrero to win the title...Three Way Dance: Low Ki defeated Christopher Daniels and American Dragon when Low Ki pinned Daniels in a "three way" match.


Event: Memphis Night of Legends
Date:
June 15, 2001
Location:
Memphis, Tennessee
Arena:
Mid-South Coliseum
Attendance:
2,500

PG-13 (JC Ice and Wolfie D) defeated Spellbinder and Reggie B. Fine...Brian Christopher defeated "Colorado Kid" Mike Rapada...King Cobra and "Wildcat" Chris Harris & Tommy Rogers defeated Pork Chop Cash, Mad Dog, and Tracy Smothers...The Kat defeated Ying Yang...Bill Dundee and Robert Gibson defeated The Galaxians...The Moondogs and The Bushwhackers (Luke Williams and Butch Miller) fought to a Double Disqualification...Rocky Johnson and Jimmy Valiant defeated Buddy Landell and Billy Joe Travis...The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) fought Stan Lane and Curt Hennig to a No Contest...Jerry Lawler defeated Lord Humongous. Lance Russell was the guest referee...Cadillac Battle Royal: Jimmy Hart won a 20-man battle royal to win a 2002 Cadillac Escalade.


Event: Caribbean Wrestling Showdown
Date: October 10, 2001
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad
Arena: Queens Park Oval Cricket Arena
Attendance: 5,000

Hitman and Hercules fought to a No Contest...Kid Kash pinned Low-Ki...Caribbean Wrestling Showdown Tag Team Title Match (Ladder Match): Evolution (Nova and Frankie Kazarian) defeated The Backseat Boys in a "ladder match" to win the tag team titles...Hardcore Match: Balls Mahoney pinned CW Anderson...Hacksaw Duggan pinned Julio Dinero...Thunderbolt Williams pinned Tiger Khan...Grandmaster Sexay pinned Road Dogg...Jerry Lawler pinned Buff Bagwell.


Event: Tojo Yamamoto Memorial Show Results
Date: March 31, 2002
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Arena: Nashville Fairgrounds
Attendance: 640

Kory Williams defeated Kevin White (10:35)...Rolling Thunder defeated Frank Parker (3:35)...Leviathan defeated Bruiser Graham (2:10)...Jimmy Rave defeated Ashley Hudson (8:30)...Doug Gilbert defeated Jimmy Valiant (6:20)...Loser Leaves Town Match: Terry Taylor defeated James Storm (8:50) in a "loser leaves town" match...Loser Leaves Town Match: James Storm defeated Terry Taylor (6:03) in a "loser leaves town" match...Michael Shane defeated Seven (11:15)...The Hotshots (Cassidy O'Reilly and Chase Stevens) defeated Mike Rapada and Big Bully Douglas (6:35)...NWA Wildside Heavyweight Title Match: David Young and A. J. Styles went to a 20 minute draw...Jerry Lynn defeated Rick Michaels (10:55)...USA Wrestling North American Heavyweight Title Match: Chris Harris defeated Larry Zbyszko (4:25) to win the North American title...Jerry Lawler and Brian Christopher defeated David Flair and Jim Cornette (12:00)...Battle Royal: David Flair won the battle royal to win the Tojo Memorial Cup (18:10).


Event: LPWA Super Ladies Showdown
Date:
February 23, 1992
Location: Rochester, Minnesota
Arena:
Mayo Civic Center
Attendance:
400

Denise Storm pinned Susan Green (6:02)...Reggie Bennett pinned Yukari Osawa (6:19)...Eagle Sawai pinned Midori Saito (5:46)...Harley Saito pinned Mizuki Endoh (7:06)...Miki Handa and Mami Kitamura defeated Allison Royal and Lisa Starr (3:46) when Kitamura pinned Starr...Shinobu Kandori pinned Desiree Peterson (4:31)...Denise Storm defeated Reggie Bennett (8:27) By Disqualification...Harley Saito defeated Eagle Sawai (10:00) via decision...Black Venus pinned Rockin' Robin (5:39)...LPWA World Tag Team Title Match: Lelani Kai and Judy Martin defeated Bambi and Malia Hosaka (8:47) when Martin pinned Hosaka to retain the tag team titles...LPWA Japan Heavyweight Title Match: Harley Saito pinned Denise Storm (8:07) to win the title...LPWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terri Power defeated Lady X (8:36) to win the title.


Event: Wrestle Reunion
Date: January 29, 2005
Location: Tampa, Florida
Arena: DoubleTree Hotel
Attendance: 450

Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka, and Jimmy Valiant defeated Col. DeBeers, Buddy Rose, and Bob Orton...Lanny Poffo defeated Adam Windsor...The Missing Link defeated George South (2:30)...Wendi Richter, Bambi, Malia Hosaka, and Jenny Taylor defeated Sherri Martel, Peggy Lee Leather, Amber O'Neil, and Krissy Vaine...Jim Duggan defeated Kamala (5:14)...Ron Bass and Larry Zbyszko defeated Barry Windham and Mike Rotundo (6:50)...Mask vs. Mask Match: The Masked Superstar defeated The Grappler (Len Denton) (5:25) in a "mask vs. mask" match...NWA World Tag Team Title Match: Chris Harris and James Storm defeated Terry and Dory Funk, Jr. (10:10) by Disqualification. Chris Harris and James Storm retain the tag team titiles...Marty Jannetty defeated Gary Royal (9:00)...Battle Royal (IWA Heavyweight Title Match): Greg Valentine won a "battle royal" (8:15) to win the IWA Title. Also in the match were: Bob Armstrong, Brad Armstrong, Scott Armstrong, Steve Armstrong, Shane Douglas, Chavo Guerrero Sr., Bugsy McGraw, Hack Meyers, Jake Roberts, Samu, Norman Smiley, Adrian Street, Thunderfoots #1 and #2, Virgil, and The Warlord...The Rock-n-Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) and The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) defeated The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Demmos Condrey, and Stan Lane) (15:00)...Christopher Daniels defeated Pat Tanaka (6:25)...NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jeff Jarrett defeated Tully Blanchard (7:45) to retain the title. Kevin Von Erich was the referee...Mike Graham, Dusty and Dustin Rhodes defeated CM Punk, Abdullah the Butcher, and Kevin Sullivan (7:30). Mick Foley as the referee.


Event: Wrestle Reunion #2
Date: August 27, 2005
Location: Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
Arena: Convention Center
Attendance: 900

Don Muraco and Joe Muraco defeated Bob Armstrong and Brad Armstrong...The Patriot (Tom Brandi), George South Jr., and Wendi Richter defeated DC Drake, Gary Royal, and Amy Love...Russian Chain Match: Ivan Koloff defeated Dominic DeNucci in a "Russian chain" match...Four Corners Match: The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) defeated The Samoan Island Tribe (Samu and LA Smooth), Thunderfoot #1 and #2 (Gene Ligon and David Isley), and The Backstreet Boys (Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere) in a "four corners" match...Larry Zbyszko pinned Diamond Dallas Page...Bruno Sammartino fought to a No Contest against Larry Zbyszko...Dusty Rhodes, Tom Prichard, D-Lo Brown, and The Blue Meanie defeated Steve Corino, Andrew Martin, The Masked Superstar, and The Original Evil Clown (Matt Borne) when Meanie pinned Corino...Steve Williams pinned King Kaluha...IWA Heavyweight Title Match: Tito Santana defeated Greg Valentine to win the title...The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Dennis Condrey, and Stan Lane) defeated Mick Foley, Terry Funk and Dory Funk Jr....Team 3-D (Bubba and D-Von Dudley) defeated Matt Hardy and Rhino.


Event: 1PW 'No Turning Back' Night One
Date: January 6, 2006
Location: Doncaster, England
Arena: The Dome
Attendance: Around 1,600

Jerry Lynn pinned Petey Williams...Spud defeated Elix Skipper...Masato Tanaka and Steve Corino fought to a No Contest...NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett, defeated Harry Smith...Triple Threat Match: Low-Ki defeated Jody Fleisch and Jonny Storm in a "triple threat" match...Sterling James Keenan pinned Ulf Herman...Darren Burridge defeated Doug Williams...Fatal Four Way Match: AJ Styles defeated Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels and Charlie Haas in a "Fatal Four Way" match when Styles pinned Haas...Hardcore Match: Abyss defeated Sabu in a "Hardcore" match.


Event: 1PW 'No Turning Back' Night Two
Date: January 7, 2006
Location: Doncaster, England
Arena: The Dome

Steve Corino defeated Charlie Haas...Harry Smith defeated Doug Williams...Loser Wears a Dress Match: Al Snow and The Blue Meanie defeated Tracey Smothers and Chris Hamrick...Fatal Four Way Match: Joey Fleisch defeated Jerry Lynn, Jonny Storm and Petey Williams in a "Fatal Four Way" match...Hardcore Match: Abyss and Sterling James Keenan defeated Sabu and Ulf Hermann in a "hardcore" match...Three-Way Match: Christopher Daniels defeated Low-Ki and Elix Skipper in a "three-way" match...Samoa Joe defeated Masato Tanaka by Count Out...ECW Rules Match: Masato Tanaka defeated Steve Corino in an "ECW rules" match...AJ Styles defeated NWA World Champion, Jeff Jarrett, in a "non-title" match.


Event: World Wrestling Legends PPV
Date: March 5, 2006 (Aired on April 29, 2006)
Location: ?,?

Hacksaw Jim Duggan defeated Nikolai Volkoff...Rick Steiner defeated Virgil...Koko B. Ware defeated Disco Inferno...Jimmy Snuka defeated Greg Valentine by Disqualification...Vampiro defeated Eddie Colon...Jake Roberts defeated Kamala...Dory Funk Jr. and Mike Graham defeated Tully Blanchard and David Flair...Diamond Dallas Page defeated Chris Kanyon...Bob, Scott and Brad Armstrong defeated The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Dennis Condrey, and Stan Lane)...Scott Steiner defeated Buff Bagwell.


Event: 1PW "All or Nothing"
Date: March 5, 2006
Location: Doncaster, England
Arena: Doncaster Dome

Colt Cabana and Darren Burridge defeated Southern Comfort...1PW Heavyweight Title Match: Abyss defeated Spud to retain the title...Christopher Daniels defeated Austin Aries...AJ Styles defeated Jerry Lynn ...NWA TNA X Champion, Samoa Joe, defeated Rhino...2 Cold Scorpio defeated Sterling James Keenan...Jonny Storm and Jody Fleisch defeated The Rottweilers (Ricky and Rocky Romero)...X Division Triple Threat Match: NWA TNA X Champion, Samoa Joe, defeated AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels in an "X Division Triple Threat" Match...1PW Heavyweight Title Match ("Survival of the Sickest" Match): Abyss defeated Ulf Hermann in a "Survival of the Sickest" match to retain the title.


Event: IWA Mid-South Ted Petty Invitational Tournament 2003
Date: November 7, 2003 - November 8, 2003
Location: Salem, Indiana

Tournament Match #1: Jimmy Jacobs defeated Salvatore Rinauro...Tournament Match #2: Nigel McGuiness defeated Brad Bradley...Tournament Match #3: Ian Rotten defeated Mickie Knuckles (who replaced Tracy Smothers who was a last minute scratch)...Tournament Match #4: A.J. Styles defeated Todd Sexton...Tournament Match #5: Jonny Storm defeated M-Dogg 20...Tournament Match #6: Sonjay Dutt defeated Nate Webb...Tournament Match #7: Chris Hero defeated Arik Cannon...Tournament Match #8: Alex Shelley defeated Chris Sabin...Tournament Match #9: B-Boy defeated J.C. Bailey...Tournament Match #10: Jimmy Rave defeated Colt Cabana...Tournament Match #11: Danny Daniels defeated Ken Anderson...Tournament Match #12: Jerry Lynn defeated Michael Shane...Non-Tournament Match: Mickie Knuckles defeated Rain...Quarter-Final Match #1: Ian Rotten defeated Jimmy Jacobs...Quarter-Final Match #2: Alex Shelley defeated Jonny Storm...Quarter-Final Match #3: Danny Daniels defeated Jimmy Rave...Quarter-Final Match #4: A.J. Styles defeated Jerry Lynn...Quarter-Final Match #5: Chris Hero defeated Sonjay Dutt...Quarter-Final Match #6: B-Boy defeated Nigel McGuiness...Quarter-Final Match #7: Brad Bradley and Ryan Boz defeated Nate Webb and JC. Bailey...Semi-Final Match #1: Danny Daniels defeated AJ Styles...Semi-Final Match #2: Alex Shelley defeated Ian Rotten...Semi-Final Match #3: Chris Hero defeated B-Boy...Non-Tournament Match (Six-Man Elimination Match): Colt Cabana defeated Arik Cannon, Ken Anderson, M-Dogg 20, Chris Sabin, Michael Shane in a "Six-Man Elimination" match...Tournament Final Match (IWA Heavyweight Title Match, Three-Way Match): Danny Daniels defeated Alex Shelley and Chris Hero in a "Three-Way" match to retain the IWA title and win the tournament (Chris Hero put his WXW title up, which went to Alex Shelley when he pinned him to eliminate him earlier in the match).

Tournament Winner: Danny Daniels


Event: IWA Mid-South Ted Petty Inviational Tournament 2004
Date: September 17, 2004 - September 18, 2004
Location: Highland, Indiana

Tournament Match #1: Danny Daniels defeated Eddie Kingston...Non-Tournament Match (Three-Way Match): MsChif defeated Tracy Brooks and Mickie Knuckles in a "Three-Way" match...Tournament Match #2: Nate Webb beat B-Boy...Non-Tournament Match (Falls Count Anywhere Tables Elimination Match): Mad Man Pondo and Cash Flo defeated 2 Tuff Tony and Corporal Robinson in a "Falls Count Anywhere Tables Elimination" match...Tournament Match #3: Steve Stone defeated JC Bailey...Tournament Match #4: Arik Cannon defeated Roderick Strong...Tournament Match #5: Claudio Castagnoli defeated Alex Shelley...Tournament Match #6: AJ Styles defeated Matt Sydal...Non-Tournament Match (Best Two out of Three Falls Match): Chris Hero and Brian Danielson fought to a Draw in a "Best Two out of Three" falls match...Tournament Match #7 (IWA Heavyweight Title Match): Petey Williams defeated CM Punk...Non-Tournament Match (Three-Way Match): CJ McMannous defeated Thunderbolt and Billy McNeill in a "Three-Way" match...Non-Tournament Match: Jimmy Jacobs defeated Salvatore Rinauro...Non-Tournament Match (Non-Sanction Falls Count Anywhere, Anything Goes Match): Steve Stone and Ian Rotten fought to a No Contest in a "Non-Sanction Falls Count Anywhere, Anything Goes" match...Quarter-Final Match #1: Rainman defeated Danny Daniels...Quarter-Final Match #2: Samoa Joe defeated Nigel McGuinness...Non-Tournament Match: Larry Sweeney, Jigsaw, and Hallowicked defeated Icarus, Trik Davis, and Gran Akuma...Quarter-Final Match #3: AJ Styles defeated Matt Sydal...Non-Tournament Match (Women's Six-Way Elimination Match): MsChif defeated Rain, Mickie Knuckles, Daizee Haze, Lacy, and Mercedes Martinez in a "Women's Six-Way Elimination" match...Quarter-Final Match #4 (IWA Heavyweight Title Match): Arik Cannon defeated Petey Williams to win the title...Quarter-Final Match #5: Mike Quakenbush defeated Nate Webb...Quarter-Final Match #6: Brian Danielson defeated CM Punk...Non-Tournament Match (IWA Tag Team Title Match, Three-Way Match): Eddie Kingston and Black Jack Marciano defeated Brad Bradley and Ryan Boz, and Tank and Iceberg to win the tag team titles in a "Three-Way" match when Marciano pinned Tank...Semi-Final Match #1: Samoa Joe defeated Rainman...Semi-Final Match #2: AJ Styles defeated IWA Champion, Arik Cannon...Semi-Final Match #3: Brian Danielson defeated Mike Quakenbush...Non-Tournament Match (Seven-Way Elimination Match): BJ Whitmer defeated Todd Sexton, Chris Sabin, Austin Aries, Alex Shelley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Jimmy Rave in a "Seven-Way Elimination" match...Tournament Final Match (Three-Way Elimination Match): AJ Styles defeated Brian Danielson and Samoa Joe in a "Three-Way Elimination" match to win the tournament.

Tournament Winner: AJ Styles


Event: IWA Mid-South Ted Petty Inviational Tournament 2005
Date: September 23, 2005 - September 24, 2005
Location: Hammond, Indiana

Tournament Match #1: Matt Sydal defeated El Generico...Tournament Match #2: Tyler Black defeated Sal Thomaselli...Tournament Match #3: Josh Abercrombie defeated James Gibson...Tournament Match #4: Chris Sabin defeated Marek Brave...Tournament Match #5: Arik Cannon defeated Joey Ryan...Tournament Match #6: Delirious defeated Brandon Thomselli...Tournament Match #7: American Dragon defeated Claudio Castagnoli...Tournament Match #8: Chris Hero defeated Rainman...Tournament Match #9: Mike Quackenbush defeated Alex Shelly...Tournament Match #10: Skayde defeated Puma...Tournament Match #11: Brad Bradley defeated Tank...Tournament Match #12: Kevin Steen defeated Nate Webb...Quarter-Final Match #1: Matt Sydal defeated Tyler Black...Quarter-Final Match #2: Chris Sabin defeated Josh Abercrombie...Quarter-Final Match #3: Arik Cannon defeated Delirious...Quarter-Final Match #4: Chris Hero defeated American Dragon...Quarter-Final Match #5: Mike Quackenbush defeated Skayde...Quarter-Final Match #6: Kevin Steen defeated Brad Bradley...Semi-Final Match #1: Matt Sydal defeated Chris Sabin...Semi-Final Match #2: Arik Cannon defeated Chris Hero...Semi-Final Match #3: Kevin Steen defeated Mike Quackenbush...Tournament Final Match (Three-Way Match): Matt Sydal defeated Arik Cannon and Kevin Steen in a "Three Way" match to win the tournament...IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title Match: Jimmy Jacobs defeated Colt Cabana to retain the title...Marek Brave defeated Trik Davis...IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title Match: Jimmy Jacobs defeated Mickie Knuckles to retain the title...IWA Mid-South Tag Team Title Match: The Iron Saints defeated Tank and Rainman to retain the tag team titles.

Tournament Winner: Matt Sydal.


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2003, Night #1
Date: May 16, 2003
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
Arena: Florida WrestlePlex

Tournament Match #1: Naphtali defeated Seijin Akki...Tournament Match #2: Jason Cross defeated C.M. Punk...Tournament Match #3: Tony Mamaluke defeated Jerelle Clark...Tournament Match #4: B-Boy defeated Steve Madison...Tournament Match #5: Sedrick Strong defeated David Babylon...Tournament Match #6: Reckless Youth defeated Sonjay Dutt...Tournament Match #7: Ruckus defeated Roderick Strong...Tournament Match #8: Justice defeated Colt Cabana...Three-Way Hardcore Match: CHAOS defeated Kubiak and Havoc when CHAOS pinned Havoc in a "Three-Way Hardcore" match...Naturally Marvelous defeated Danny Doring and Mikey Tenderfoot...Lex Lovett pinned Agent Steele.


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2003, Night #2
Date: May 17, 2003
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
Arena: Florida WrestlePlex

Tournament Quarter-Final Match #1: Ruckus defeated Jason Cross...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #2: Naphtali defeated B-Boy...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #3: Reckless Youth defeated Tony Mamaluke...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #4: Sedrick Strong defeated Justice...Tournament Semi-Final Match #1: Reckless Youth defeated Naphtali...Tournament Semi-Final Match #2: Sedrick Strong defeated Ruckus...Tournament Final Match: Reckless Youth defeated Sedrick Strong to win the tournament...Scoot Andrews and Agent Steele defeated Colt Cabana and C. M. Punk...IPW World and NWA Florida Heavyweight Title Unification Match: Billy Fives defeated Lex Lovett to retain the title...NWA Florida Tag Team Title Match: Mike and Todd Shane defeated Danny Doring and Steve Corino to retain the tag team titles.

Tournament Winner: Reckless Youth


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2004, Night #1
Date: June 4, 2004
Location: Brandon, Florida and St. Petersburg, Florida
Arena: Brandon All Stars & St Pete national Guard Armory

Tournament Match #1 (Block A): Roderick Strong defeated Sederick Strong...Tournament Match #2 (Block A): Alex Shelley defeated Jimmy Jacobs...Tournament Match #3 (Block A): Chris Hero defeated Matt Striker...Tournament Match #4 (Block A): Homicide defeated Black Tigers...Tournament Match #1 (Block B): Teddy Hart defeated Azrieal...Tournament Match #2 (Block B): Mikey Tenderfoot defeated Puma...Tournament Match #3 (Block B): Petey Williams defeated Naphtali...Tournament Match #4 (Block B): Justice defeated Jack Evans...Three-Way Match: Danny Dorning defeated Z-Barr & Slyk Wagner Brown in a "Three Way" match...Lex Lovett defeated Colt Cabana...Zack Gowen, Chi-Chi Cruz & Jerrelle Clark defeated The Bug, Erick Stevens & Og Scarface...Handicap Match: The Shane Twins and Eric Loi defeated Steve Madison & Mike Sullivan.


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2004, Night #2 (Day Show)
Date: June 5, 2004
Location: Brandon, Florida and St. Petersburg, Florida
Arena: Brandon All Stars & St Pete national Guard Armory

Tournament Quarter-Final Match #1: Teddy Hart defeated Mikey Tenderfoot...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #2: Justice defeated Petey Williams...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #3: Roderick Strong defeated Alex Shelley...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #4: Chris Hero moved forward in the tournament due to the fact that Homicide gained an injury...Three-Way Match: April Hunter defeated Jenni Taylor and Krissy Vaine in a "Three Way" match...Luther Jackson defeated OG Scarface...The Last Man Standing Match: Naphtali defeated David Babylon, Krazy K, Lit, Mikey Batts, Andre Lyons and Chasyn Rance in a "Last Man Standing" match...PNW Heavyweight Champion, Cuban Assassin, defeated Jeremy Lopez...John Brooks, Chi Chi Cruz, and Azrieal defeated Puma, Matt Striker, and Sedrick Strong...Jeff Bradley and Jimmy Jacobs defeated The Bug and Z-Barr.


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2004, Night #2 (Evening Show)
Date: June 5, 2004
Location: Brandon, Florida and St. Petersburg, Florida
Arena: Brandon All Stars & St Pete national Guard Armory

Tournament Semi-Final Match: Due to an injured knee from his match with Mikey Tenderfoot, Teddy Hart withdrew himself from the tournament. Because of this NWA FL officials made the finals a three way encounter between Chris Hero, Roderick Strong and Justice...Tournament Final Match (Three Way Match): Justice defeated Roderick Strong and Chris Hero in a "Three Way" match to win the tournament...Mikey Tenderfoot and Black Tigers defeated Alex Shelley and Petey Williams...Bruce Steele defeated Slyk Wagner Brown...Zach Gowen defeated Rod Steel...Scoot Andrews defeated Colt Cabana...NWA Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Mike Sullivan defeated Danny Doring to retain the title...NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: �Mr. 630� Jerrelle Clark defeated Azrieal to retain the title...Lex Lovett and Steve Madison defeated Michael and Todd Shane...Double Deuce Inc (Frankie Capone and Marcus Dillon) defeated Clinically Inclined (Dr. Heresy and Andre Lyons).

Tournament Winner: Justice


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2005, Night #1
Date: June 10, 2005
Location: Brandon, Florida
Arena: Brandon All Stars

Tournament Match #1: Ricky Reyes defeated Jay Fury...Tournament Match #2: Matt Sydal defeated "Tornado" Tony Kozina...Tournament Match #3: Petey Williams defeated "Mr. 630" Jerrelle Clark...Tournament Match #4: SCW Heavyweight Champion, "the Shooter" Vordell Walker, defeated Tony Mamaluke...The Strong Brothers (Roderick and Sedrick) defeated Steve Madison and Erick Stevens...Tournament Match #5: Sonjay Dutt defeated Todd Sexton...Tournament Match #6: Chris Sabin defeated Delirious...Tournament Match #7: Jimmy Rave defeated Fast Eddie Vegas...Tournament Match #8: NWA Florida X Division Champion, Mikey Batts, defeated James Gibson...NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: AJ Styles, defeated NWA Southern Heavyweight Champion, Lex Lovett, to retain the title.


Event: Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup 2005, Night #2
Date: June 11, 2005
Location: Brandon, Florida
Arena: Brandon All Stars

Fatal Four-Way Match: Jay Fury defeated Jerrelle Clark, Chasyn Rance and Aaron Epic in a "fatal four way" match...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #1: Vordell Walker defeated Matt Sydal...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #2: Jimmy Rave defeated Petey Williams...Antonio Banks defeated Rod Steel...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #3: Chris Sabin defeated NWA Florida X Division Champion, Mikey Batts...Tournament Quarter-Final Match #4: Sonjay Dutt defeated Ricky Reyes...NWA Florida Tag Team Title Match (Fatal Four-Way Match): Frankie Capone and Marcus Dillon defeated The Vandalz (Tommy and Johnny), The Market Crashers (Murphy and Machete), and the Heartbreak Express (Sean and Phil Davis) in a "Fatal Four Way" match to retain the tag team titles...Tournament Semi-Final Match #1: Chris Sabin defeated Vordell Walker...Tournament Semi-Final Match #2: Sonjay Dutt defeated Jimmy Rave...Tony Kozina and Sal Rinauro defeated Fast Eddie Vegas and Todd Sexton...NWA Florida Heavyweight Title Match: Bruce Steele defeated Roderick Strong to retain the title...Tournament Final Match: Chris Sabin defeated Sonjay Dutt to win the tournament.

Tournament Winner: Chris Sabin.

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