1977 – Seji Sakaguchi & Strong Kobayashi defeat Tiger Jeet Singh & Umanosuke Ueda for the NWF North American Tag Team Title in Fukuoka, Japan. This begins the second run with the belts for Sakaguchi & Kobayashi.
1980 – Killer Karl Krupp & El Mongol defeat Ken Lucas & Ricky Morton to win the AWA Southern Tag Team Title in Memphis, Tennessee.
1983 – Satanico defeats Ringo Mendoza for the NWA World Light Heavyweight Title in Mexico City, Mexico.
1985 – The Cobra defeats Hiro Saito for the WWF World Junior Heavyweight Title in Osaka, Japan. This match starts The Cobra’s second reign with the title, and he would ultimately vacate it when WWF and New Japan break off relations.
1986 – The Great American Bash tour pulled into the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. Here are the results from the show:
– Steve Regal defeated Sam Houston.
– Black Bart & Konga The Barbarian defeated Denny Brown & The Italian Stallion.
– Manny Fernandez defeated Baron Von Raschke in a Loaded Glove On A Pole match.
– Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian Strap match.
– Tully Blanchard pinned Ronnie Garvin in the fourth round of a Taped Fist match.
– The Rock N’ Roll Express vs. Ole & Arn Anderson went to a 20-minute draw.
– Paul Jones defeated Jimmy Valiant in a Hair vs. Hair match, and Valiant had his head shaved bald.
– The Road Warriors & Baby Doll defeated The Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton) & Jim Cornette in a steel cage match.
– Dusty Rhodes defeated Ric Flair to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title in a steel cage match. This would begin The American Dream’s third, and final, NWA World Heavyweight Title reign.
1987 – Wendi Richter defeats Monster Ripper (Bertha Faye) for the WWC Women’s Title in Trinidad. This would begin Richter’s second run with the title.
1990 – The 27th edition of WWF’s “Saturday Night’s Main Event” aired on NBC, earning a 7.2 rating. The show featured the following matches, which were taped on July 16th in Omaha, Nebraska:
– WWF World Heavyweight Champion The Ultimate Warrior defeated Rick Rude via DQ.
– WWF Tag Team Champions Demolition defeated The Rockers when Ax pinned Shawn Michaels.
– WWF Intercontinental Champion Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig defeated Tito Santana.
– Texas Tornado Kerry Von Erich defeated Buddy Rose.
1992 – Destructores (Volcano & Tony Arce) defeat Misterioso & Volador for the Mexican National Tag Team Title for the third time in Monterrey, Mexico.
1994 – Silver King defeats Black Magic (Norman Smiley) for the CMLL World Heavyweight Title in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
1995 – Eddie Guerrero defeats Dean Malenko in Middletown, New York to win back the ECW World Television Title he had lost a week earlier in Florida. This show also saw the ECW debut of the Steiner Brothers, who defeated Vampire Warrior & Dudley Dudley.
1997 – Alex Wright defeats Chris Jericho for the WCW Cruiserweight Title in Charleston, West Virginia.
2000 – Masao Inoue & Yoshinobu Kanemaru of Pro Wrestling Noah defeat Jado & Gedo for the WEW (FMW) Tag Team Title in Tokyo, Japan.
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