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The Minneapolis-based promotion headed by Verne Gagne.
Last night, I was watching an episode of Monday Night RAW. Jerry Lawler was brought into the ring by Vince McMahon and was awarded this very cheap-looking belt (not even a metal with leather but more like a big piece of soft plastic or cloth) with WWE's version of AWA logo on it. Vince started saying, "We do now own the trademarks of AWA, and QUITE FRANKLY, the King had never lost the...."
That's when ...
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When looking at the title lineage for the AWA World Tag Team titles. Here's what is posted
Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Duncum 76/07/23 Chicago, IL
High Flyers: Jim Brunzell & Greg Gagne defeat Hennig & Race on 76/10/07 in Winnipeg, MB but the title is returned to Lanza & Duncum when the decision is reversed; Verne Gagne & Ray Stevens defeat Hennig & Race on 77/06/24 in Minneapolis, MN but the title is returned ...
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Results for the AWA World Heavyweight Title Matches have been added.
Special thanks to "clawmaster"!
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I have a question that has bugged me for a few years...why is it that most AWA World Title histories list Verne Gagne as having won the AWA belt 10 times, when AWA programming, PWI and other mags, and Verne Gagne himself always referred to him being a nine-time champion?
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Posted on KM:
Saturday, January 4, 1964 - Minneapolis (TV)
Bill Miller W Country James
Saturday, January 4, 1964 - Omaha (4,099)
Jack Pesak W Tiny Mills
Mad Dog Vachone W Maurice LaPointe
Mitsu Arakawa W Duke Hoffman
Reggie Parks W-DQ Verne Gagne
Monday, January 6, 1964 - Minneapolis (TV)
Bill Miller W George Crammer
Monday, January 6, 1964 - Omaha (TV)
The Crusher W Tony Manos
Friday, January 10, 1964 - Winnipeg
Larry Hennig ...
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Here's a new find by Tim Hornbaker, author of the great "National Wrestling Alliance: The Untold Story of the Monopoly that Strangled Pro Wrestling" book:
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11/3/67 Chicago, IL @ International Amphitheatre
Pat O'Connor & Wilbur Snyder beat Harley Race & Chris Markoff to win AWA Tag Team Title
Dr X beat the Crusher
Dr Moto & Joe Corea beat Ramon Torres & Santiago Acosta
Blackjack Lanza beat Rene Goulet
Rock Rogowski beat George Gadaski
In the Wrestling Title Histories and on the website, Hisa, O'Connor and Snyder as listed as winning the titles on 11/10/1967. However, clawmaster has a listing ...
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I have a listing with Danny Hodge as "Junior champion" from a 12/12/1964 card in St. Paul.
Seems odd because I've never heard of this title, and Hodge was not NWA World Junior Heavyweight champion at the time, having lost that particular title about a month before the 12/12/1964 card.
Any ideas? :?:
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The Crusher lost a loser-leaves-town match to AWA champion Verne Gagne on 09/05/1964, in St. Paul. The Crusher & Dick the Bruiser were the World Tag Team champions at the time. Were they stripped of the titles, as I don't see how a guy who had to "leave town" could be allowed to still hold the championship?
Also, were the Nebraska title and Nebraska Tag Team titles officially recognized by the AWA?
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