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Happy Thanksgiving!

For those in the U.S., have a great Thanksgiving break!
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Eddie Guerrero (1967 - 2005)

WWE.com wrote:Eddie Guerrero passes away
Nov. 13, 2005


WWE is deeply saddened by the news that Eddie Guerrero has passed away. He was found dead this morning in his hotel room in Minneapolis. Eddie is survived by his wife Vickie and daughters Shaul, 14, Sherilyn, 9, and Kaylie Marie, 3.


I'm totally speechless.

RIP
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Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski (1926 - 2005)

Crusher Lisowski passed away last night (2005/10/22) at the age of 79.

The legendary brawler had big achievements throughout North America and Japan in both heavyweight and tag team divisions as he held the major titles such as AWA world heavyweight, AWA world tag team, NWA International tag team, and various versions of NWA World tag team titles.

He will be missed.

RIP
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Shin'ya Hashimoto (1965 - 2005)

As most of you have heard by now, Shin'ya Hashimoto passed away on the 11th due to a brain hemorrhage at the young age of 40.

The following is the list of the titles he held during his great career:


Please also visit the related ...
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100th Anniversary



On May 4th, 1905, George Hackenschmidt, who claimed the world heavyweight championship in Europe and Oceania (and probably in Africa as well), defeated American heavyweight champion Tom Jenkins in New York City to become the first undisputed world heavyweight champion.

Hack continues to defend the world title for another three years until he is ...
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De facto vancancy, de facto champion

If a company shuts down without a vacancy in the title and the company reopens would the last champion be the current champion of the rejuvinated federation? Would a cease in operations automatically equal a vacancy?
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Jack Tunney dies at 68

He wasnt exactly a Legend but if you were paid attention to regional promotions in Canada, or watched the WWF at all from early 80's to the mid 90's you know who he was. says he passed away of an apparent heart attack on January 24, and the WWE is just now acknowledging it
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World Title History

Hello,

I have been trying to put together the Linage of the World Title from This site, what I know and others on the web. Can someone take a look at the information below and tell please help me out and let me know were I go wrong

Thanks
Matthew

<span style='font-family:Arial Black'><span style='font-size:13pt;line-height:100%'>World Heavyweight Title Picture
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Undisputed From January 11th, 19?? – March 14th, 1931


Ed "The Stangler Lewis" Won Title ...
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title turmoil

As a result of the 'Jericho and the IC title' thread, there are a few things I'd like to discuss. What I'm talkin about are titles of disputed status in general and held up titles in particular.
Obviously different sources treat the same subject in different ways. For example, in case of a champion winning the rematch, Wrestling Title Histories notes the dates of the matches but treats it as one continuous reign, while The ...
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How can one fed 'revive' another's title?

I'm told that in Korea, there's a fed that 'revived' the WWA (Los Angeles) World Heavyweight Championship in 2000. More recently, NJPW 'revived' the old NWF World Heavyweight Title. How exactly can they do this? Do they need the physical belt to do it? Do they ask permission of the previous company's operators? I'm just asking to see how these promotions are able to 'revive' titles. Any response will be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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