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Daily pro wrestling history (03/06): Williams & Gordy win AJPW World Tag Team Titles


Minneapolis, Minnesota:
- World Heavyweight Champion Jim Londos beat Abe Kashey 


St. Louis, Missouri:
- Jim Londos beat Ed "Strangler" Lewis 
- Ray Steele beat Karl Sarpolis  
- Bronko Nagurski beat Karl Davis 
- George Tragos beat Pat Murphy 


Kansas City, Kansas:
- Sonny Myers defeated Enrique Torres to win the NWA Heart of America Heavyweight Title in a 2 out of 3 falls match
- Ray Eckert beat Jack Kennedy 2 out of 3 falls 
- Joe Campbell and Al Massey beat Maurice Roberre and Babe Zaharias 


Houston, Texas:
- Bull Curry defeated Danny McShain to become the first NWA Texas Brass Knuckles Champion 


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:
- Angelo Savoldi defeated Ivan the Terrible for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title


Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
- Guy and Joe Brunetti defeated The Outlaw (Dory Funk, Sr.) and Pancho Pico to win the Vancouver NWA Pacific Coast Tag Team Titles


Art and Stan Neilson defeated Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice for the American Wrestling Alliance Tag Team Titles


Omaha, Nebraska:
- 10 Rounds of Boxing, Non Title: Danny Hodge beat AWA Champion Mad Dog Vachon
- Mighty Igor Vodik beat Don Jardine to win Nebraska Heavyweight title
- Rene Goulet drew Jack Pesek
- Ivan Kalmikoff beat Bulldog Danny Plechas
- Tony Borne beat Sonny Myers


Los Angeles, California:
- Fred Blassie won the NWA Americas Heavyweight Title defeating Rocky Johnson

Calgary, Alberta, Canada:
- Bobby and Jerry Christy defeated Bill Dromo and Gil Hayes to win the Stampede International Tag Team Title 


Chattanooga, Tennessee:
- Jimmy Golden and Dennis Hall defeated Bobby Hart and Lorenzo Parente for the Mid-America NWA World Tag Team Titles


Nagoya, Japan:
- Kintaro Ohki and Umanosuke Ueda defeated Killer Karl Krupp and Johnny Valentine for the NWA International Tag Team Titles


Sacramento, California:
- Karl and Kurt Von Brauner defeated Rocky Johnson and Pat Patterson to win the San Francisco NWA World Tag Team Titles

San Antonio, Texas:
- AWA Tag Team Champions Ray Stevens & Nick Bockwinkel beat Jose Lothario & Wahoo McDaniel
- Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza beat Bob Orton Jr & Black Angus
- Roger Kirby beat Jerry Oates
- Great Mephisto beat Jerry Timmons
- Bob Roop beat Joe Cassidy


Allentown, Pennsylvania:
- The Valiant Brothers (Jerry and Johnny) defeated Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko to win the WWWF World Tag Team Titles


Sudbury, Ontario, Canada:
- The Long Riders (Bill and Scott Irwin) defeated Alofa (Rikishi) and Dan Kroffat for the International Wrestling International Tag Team Titles


Portland, Oregon:
- Mike Miller and Rip Oliver defeated Coco Samoa and Ricky Santana for the NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Titles 


Dallas, Texas:
- Kerry Von Erich defeated Al Perez to win the World Class Heavyweight Title 


Tokyo, Japan:
- Terry Gordy and Steve Williams won the AJPW Unified World Tag Team Titles from Stan Hansen and Genichiro Tenryu


Nagasaki, Japan:
- Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki won the IWGP World Tag Team Titles defeating Hiro Saito and Super Strong Machine


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 
- Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) defeated Kevin Sullivan and The Tazmaniac to win the ECW Tag Team Titles 
- The Tazmaniac defeated Sabu for the ECW Television Title then lost it later in the event to J.T. Smith


Council, Virginia: 
- Boo Bradley (Balls Mahoney) defeated Killer Kyle for the vacant The SMW Television Title then lost it to Kyle later in the show


Macon, Georgia:
- Lex Luger defeated Johnny B. Badd to win the WCW World TV Title


Tokyo, Japan
- Vader defeated Akira Taue to win the AJPW Triple Crown Title 


Oldcastle, Ontario, Canada:
- Chris Sabin defeated Frankie Kazarian and Jerry Lynn in a three-way match to win the vacant Border City Wrestling Television Title
- D'Lo Brown defeated Johnny Swinger for the BCW Can-Am Heavyweight Title


Memphis, Tennessee:
- Bill Dundee defeated Jerry Lawler in a tournament final for the vacant Memphis Wrestling Southern Heavyweight Title 


Hollywood, California:
- Colt Cabana defeated Adam Pearce to win the NWA championship