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Daily Pro Wrestling History (06/04): Lawler & Dundee win Southern tag titles

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1937

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Ali Baba beat Nanjo Singh by DQ
- Bill Lee beat Chris Zaharias
- Lou Thesz beat Gene Bowman
- Walter Podolak beat Eddie Newman 
- Beppo Vitale beat Steve Nenoff

1964

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Steve Bolus and Richard Moody beat Bob Geigel and Charlie Triggs
- Pat O’Connor beat Mongolian Stomper via DQ
- Moose Evans beat Tokyo Tom
- The Lawman beat Harley Race 

1966

Minneapolis, Minnesota:
- In a No Time Limit Match with Special Referee, Joe Blanchard; AWA Tag Team Champions Dick The Bruiser & The Crusher beat Larry Hennig 
  & Harley Race in 2 out of 3 fall
- The Alaskan beat Billy Red Cloud
- Wilbur Snyder beat Moose Cholak
- Chris Markoff beat Juan Zendajas 
- Eddie Sharkey won an 8 man battle royal

1970

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Roger Kirby defeated Frank Hester
- Pat O’Connor defeated Scandor Akbar
- Bob Geigel defeated Baron Von Raschke via DQ 
- Indian Strap Match: Danny Little Bear defeated Harley Race

1971

Chicago, Illinois:
- In a Loser Leaves USA match: Dick the Bruiser beat Strong Kobayashi
- Hans Schmidt & Baron Von Raschke beat Moose Cholak & Wilbur Snyder 
- Nick Bockwinkel beat Bull Bullinski by count out

1977

Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
- Billy Robinson beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel in a non Title Match
- Super Destroyer & Angelo Mosca beat Ray Stevens & Pedro Morales 
- Jim Brunzell & Billy Francis & Bob Backlund drew Black Jack Lanza & Mad Dog Vachon & Bobby Duncum 

1979

Memphis, Tennessee:
- Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee beat Mr. Fuji & Toru Tanaka to win the Southern Tag Titles
- Robert Fuller defeated The Mongolian Stomper in a "loser leaves town vs. title" match to win the Southern Title

1984

Memphis, Tennessee:
- Phil Hickerson & The Spoiler beat Tommy Rich & Eddie Gilbert via DQ
- Jim Neidhart beat Austin Idol via DQ
- Southern Champ Jerry Lawler beat Kimala via countout

1987

Raleigh, North Carolina:
- NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane defeated the Italian Stallion & Todd Champion
- NWA Tag Team Champion Robert Gibson defeated Arn Anderson
- NWA Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton fought NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard to a draw
- NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff defeated Lex Luger via disqualification

1992

Tazwell, Virginia:
- Dixie Dynamite pinned Killer Kyle
- Hector Guerrero defeated Buddy Landel via disqualification
- SMW Heavyweight Champion Brian Lee defeated the Dirty White Boy
- Brad & Bart Batten defeated Jimmy Golden & Dutch Mantell
- Robert Gibson & Tim Horner defeated The Heavenly Bodies
- Stan Lane & Tom Pritchard and Robert Gibson won a battle royal

1993

Cleveland, Ohio:
- Erik Watts defeated TJ Arion
- Maxx Payne defeated Kensuke Sasaki
- Ron Simmons defeated WCW World TV Champion Paul Orndorff 
- Arn Anderson (substituting for 2 Cold Scorpio) & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Lord Steven Regal (substituting for injured 
  WCW/NWA World Tag Team Champion Brian Pillman) & WCW/NWA World Tag Team Champion Steve Austin
- Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude
- Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification

1994

Barbourville, Kentucky:
- Chris Jericho & Lance Storm defeated Well Dunn
- The Dirty White Boy defeated Killer Kyle
- Bruiser Bedlam defeated Tracy Smothers in a coal miner's glove match
- SMW Tag Team Champions Brian Lee & Chris Candido fought Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson to a no contest in a piledriver match

2002

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:
- Billy Gunn & Chuck Palumbo defeated Rico & Rikishi for the WWE World Tag Team Titles

2017

WWE Extreme Rules: Baltimore, Maryland:
- Apollo Crews defeated Kalisto
- The Miz pinned Dean Ambrose to win the IC title
- Rich Swann & Sasha Banks beat Noam Dar & Alicia Fox
- Alexa Bliss pinned Bayley in a kendo stick on a pole match to retain the Raw women’s title
- Sheamus & Cesaro beat Matt & Jeff Hardy in a cage match to win the Raw tag titles 
- Neville beat Austin Aries to retain the cruiserweight title in a submission match
- Samoa Joe won the five-way over Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns