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Mitsuharu Misawa, who many believe is one of the greatest wrestlers in the history, passed away due to an injury caused during a match in Hiroshima on 2009/06/13.
He was teaming with Go Shiozaki to challenge the GHC Tag Team champions Akitoshi Saito & Bison Smith. Akitoshi hit a high-angled back suplex. The ref asked Misawa whether he could move, and Misawa responded by saying no.
The ref stopped the match at 27:03. There was ...
This is a must see especially if you are into the history of puroresu and/or Toronto wrestling (split into five parts).
I was watching a match (not sure what fed) Featuring Terry "Hulk" Boulder and the commentators were saying how Hulk Won the NWA title and lost it in fifty-seven seconds could someone clear this up for me?
This is what I have for Jack Brisco in the Mid Atlantic area in 1974. I know you already have most of these, but there are a few results not listed on your title results history. Hope they help.
April 01 1974 Fayetteville NC
Jack Brisco def Johnny Weaver
April 02 1974 Columbia SC
Jack Brisco def Paul Jones
April 04 1974 Greensboro NC
Jack Brisco def Super Destroyer, count out
April 05 1974 Richmond ...
Jan. 13 1974 Savannah Ga
Jack Brisco def Buddy Colt
Jan. 16 1974 Columbus Ga
Jack Brisco vs Bob Armstrong, draw
Feb. 25 1974 Savannah Ga
Jack Brisco def Rufus R. Jones, count out
May 5 1974 Savannah Ga
Jack Brisco vs Dusty Rhodes
May 27 1974 Savannah Ga
Jack Brisco vs Mr. Wrestling II, draw
Sept. 12 1974 Savannah Ga
Jack Brisco def Harley Race
Nov. 6 1974 Columbus Ga
Jack Brisco vs Buddy ...
There is a NWA title match listed for March 01 1974 in Richmond Va. This was not a NWA World title match. It was actually a Mid Atlantic Title match between Johnny Valentine vs JERRY Brisco.
The NWA title was being defended on March 01 1974 in Atlanta Ga by JACK Brisco vs Rufus R. Jones.
I have newspaper clippings to back up those for verification.
I hope this helps out on your listing of ...
At No Mercy 2003 Triple H defeated Kane and unified his World Heavyweight Championship with Kane's IC Championship. But the IC Title History on this website doesn't acknowledge HHH as IC Champion on this day. The title has been abandoned that night, but HHH still won it. The Stipulation of the match was: "Champion vs. Champion - Winner Take All", which can be clearly seen on any Youtube Video of that match. Other websites seemed ...
This site and Wrestling Title Histories (I don't have it to hand, but I believe they do) both list Susan Green and Fabulous Moolah trading the title in 1976 in New York, but with no further information.
I searched the results from 1976 on Cawthon's site. Here are all of the listed matches involving Moolah and/or Green:
WWWF @ Philadelphia, PA - Spectrum - February 28, 1976
Women's Champion the Fabulous Moolah defeated Kitty Adams ...
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