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Daily Pro Wrestling History (05/22): Cena defeats JBL in an I Quit match

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1958

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Verne Gagne drew Otto Von Krupp 
- Sonny Myers beat Hans Schmidt by DQ
- Bobby Bruns beat Ricci Sexton 

1965

Omaha, Nebraska:
- In a title change only acknowledged in Omaha, Mad Dog Vachon beat Mighty Igor Vodik to regain AWA title
- Johnny Valentine drew Sid Freeman
- Haru Sasaki beat Ivan Kalmikoff
- George Drake beat Ken Hollis

1970

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
- In a steel cage match, The Crusher defeated Mad Dog Vachon 
- Dr. X & Double X beat Flying Redheads Red Bastien & Billy Red Lyons in 2 out of 3 falls
- Edouard Carpentier beat Butcher Vachon 
- Lars Anderson drew Paul Diamond
- George Gadaski beat Bobby Jones

1974

Duluth, Minnesota:
- Wahoo McDaniel beat Buddy Wolff in an Indian Strap Match 
- Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat Larry Hennig & Paul Perschmann

1983

Bloomington, Minnesota:
- Mad Dog Vachon beat Jerry Blackwell
- Wahoo McDaniel & Rick Martel beat Nick Bockwinkel & Blackjack Lanza
- Ken Patera beat Jim Brunzell by DQ
- Baron Von Raschke no contest Jesse Ventura
- Buck Zumhofe beat Mike Graham by DQ
- Brad Rheingans beat John Tolos
- Kenny Jay beat Sgt. Goulet
- Mr. Saito beat Tom Stone

1984

Tokyo, Japan:
- NWA World Champion Kerry Von Erich fought Jumbo Tsuruta to a double countout 
- Harley Race defeated Ric Flair

1985

Shreveport, Louisiana:
- The Nightmare defeated Terry Taylor for the Mid-South North American Title

1987

Jacksonville, Florida:
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Florida Heavyweight Champion Mike Rotundo 
- The Freebirds defeated Sting & Rick Steiner 
- Dusty Rhodes defeated Big Bubba via disqualification

1988

Atlanta, Georgia:
- Rick Steiner pinned Kendall Windham
- NWA Western States Heritage Champion Larry Zbyzsko fought Brad Armstrong to a 10-minute time-limit draw
- The Powers of Pain & Ivan Koloff defeated Tim Horner, the Italian Stallion, & Bugsy McGraw 
- Ron & Jimmy Garvin defeated Kevin Sullivan & NWA World TV Champion Mike Rotundo in an elimination match
- Nikita Koloff defeated Al Perez via disqualification
- The Road Warriors defeated the Sheepherders 
 - NWA U.S. Tag Team Champions The Fantastics, Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton defeated The Midnight Express, Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane in a match where the losers were whipped with belt
- Dusty Rhodes, Lex Luger, & Sting (w/ Magnum TA) fought NWA U.S. Champion Barry Windham, NWA World Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard to a double count-out 

1989

Bluefield, West Virginia:
- Lex Luger defeated Michael Hayes to win the NWA United States championship 

1994

WCW Slamboree: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
- Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma defeated Brian & Brad Armstrong
- WCW United States Champion Steve Austin defeated Johnny B. Badd 
- Terry Funk and Tully Blanchard battled to a double DQ 
- Larry Zbyszko defeated WCW Television Champion Steven Regal in a non-title match 
- Dustin Rhodes defeated Bunkhouse Buck in a Bullrope match 
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated mystery opponent Barry Windham 
- Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan defeated The Nasty Boys in a "Broadstreet Bully" match to win the WCW World Tag Team Title
- Sting defeated Vader to win the vacant WCW International World Title

SMW Volunteer Slam: Marietta, Georgia:
- Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated New Georgia Wrestling Alliance Tag Team Champions The Gangstas New Jack & Mustafa via disqualification
- The Thrillseekers, Chris Jericho & Lance Storm defeated Well Dunn
- Tracy Smothers pinned Dory Funk Jr.
- SMW Tag Team Champions Brian Lee & Chris Candido defeated The Rock N' Roll Express, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson
- SMW champion Jake Roberts & Bruiser Bedlam fought Randy Savage & the Dirty White Boy to a no contest

1995

Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada:
- Jeff Jarrett defeated Razor Ramon to win the WWF Intercontinental Title

2000

Grand Rapids, Michigan:
- Jeff Jarrett defeated Kevin Nash in a falls count anywhere match to win the vacant WCW World Title

2005

WWE Judgment Day: Minneapolis, Minnesota:
- Nunzio defeated Akio
- MNM (Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro) (with Melina) defeated Hardcore Holly and Charlie Haas to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship
- Carlito (with Matt Morgan) defeated Big Show
- Paul London defeated Chavo Guerrero to retain the WWE Cruiserweight Championship
- Booker T defeated Kurt Angle
- Orlando Jordan defeated Heidenreich to retain the WWE United States Championship
- Rey Mysterio defeated Eddie Guerrero by disqualification
- John Cena defeated John "Bradshaw" Layfield in an I Quit match to retain the WWE Championship

2011

WWE Over the Limit: Seattle, Washington:
- Daniel Bryan defeated Drew McIntyre
- R-Truth defeated Rey Mysterio
- Ezekiel Jackson defeated Wade Barrett by disqualification, Barrett retained the WWE Intercontinental Championship
- Sin Cara defeated Chavo Guerrero
- Big Show and Kane defeated The New Nexus (CM Punk and Mason Ryan) to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship
- Brie Bella (with Nikki Bella) defeated Kelly Kelly to retain the WWE Divas Championship
- Randy Orton defeated Christian to retain the World Heavyweight Championship
- Jerry Lawler defeated Michael Cole in a Kiss My Foot match
- John Cena defeated The Miz (with Alex Riley) in an I Quit match to retain the WWE Championship