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Daily Pro Wrestling History (08/22): Sasha Banks vs. Bayley at NXT TakeOver Brooklyn

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1912

Kansas City, Missouri:
- World Heavyweight Champion Frank Gotch beat Jess Westergaard 2 falls to 0 ( after the match, Gotch said that Stanislaus Zbyszko should first meet Mahmout to earn a title match)

1940

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Bobby Bruns beat Jack Hader 2 falls to 0
- Don McIntyre defeated Earl Wampler 2 falls to 0
- Steve Brody beat Leo Jensen 
- Al Getz and Jim Reeder went to a 30 minute draw

1963

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Pat O’Connor beat Rock Hunter 2 falls to 1
- Mongolian Stomper beat Jim Grabmire
- Bob Geigel beat Jose Ramirez 
- Tiny Roe beat Chico Chico

1968

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
- In the first cage match in Winnipeg; AWA Champion Dr. X beat Mighty Igor Vodik in 2 out of 3 falls
- Larry Hennig & Harley Race beat The Crusher & Al Tomko in 2 out of 3 falls 
- Chris Markoff beat Bob Tuck

1972

Tampa, Florida: 
- Buddy Colt (sub Paul Jones) beat Mr Wrestling Tim Woods
- in a Hair vs Hair match; Eddie Graham beat Redbeard
- Florida Tag Team Champions, Hiro Matsuda & Bob Orton beat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens 
- Ron Fuller beat The Scorpion 
- Buddy Colt beat Louie Tillet

1973

Honolulu, Hawaii:
- Ken Patera & Billy Robinson beat AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens on a 3rd fall DQ
- WWWF Champion Pedro Morales double countout Ed Francis
- Betty Niccoli & Ripper Collins beat Jean Antone & Paul Jones
- Sam Steamboat beat Hard Boiled Haggerty 
- Bill Francis beat Tony Borne by DQ

1975

Denver, Colorado:
- Verne Gagne & Greg Gagne & Ivan Putski beat Nick Bockwinkel & Buddy Wolff & Kim Duk in 2 out of 3 falls 
- Billy Robinson ddq Baron Von Raschke
- Kim Duk beat Ivan Putski 
- Jos Leduc beat Buddy Wolff

St. Louis, Missouri:
- Missouri Champion Harley Race went to a draw with Rocky Johnson with each man winning one fall within the one-hour limit. Pat O’Connor was the special referee.
- Jerry Oates won a tag elimination sending Oates, Wilbur Snyder and Bob Geigel (sub for Bobo Brazil) against Bobby Heenan (sub for Ray Stevens), Big Bill Miller and Wolf Wiskoski
- Dick Murdoch defeated Mike Thomas
- Rene Goulet defeated Prince Tapu (sub for Robert Fuller)
- Tank Patton defeated Akio Sato
- Danny Little Bear defeated Soldier LeBeouf

1979

Honolulu, Hawaii:
- AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Rick Martel
- Peter Maivia beat Jay York
- Siva Afi beat Mad Dog Martin
- Coconut Willie beat Little Tokyo 
- Roddy Piper beat Clayton Rodriguez

1981

Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
- AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Tito Santana
- AWA Tag Team Champions Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat Ray Stevens & Bobby Heenan (sub Pat Patterson)
- Sheik Adnan beat Baron Von Raschke by DQ
- Brad Rheingans beat Jerry Blackwell
- in a Handicap Match, Hulk Hogan beat Adrian Adonis & Nacho Berrera 
- Ed Boulder drew Evan Johnson

1982

Charlotte, North Carolina:
- Wahoo McDaniel defeated Sgt. Slaughter for the NWA United States Heavyweight Title 

1985

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:
- Boris Zhukov beat AWA Champion Rick Martel by DQ
- Tom Zenk & Larry Hennig & Jerry Blackwell beat Fabulous Freebirds Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts
- Baron Von Raschke beat Nick Bockwinkel by count out
- Tom Zenk beat Steve Regal
- Bulldog Bob Brown beat Man Mountain Mike Moore
- Scott Hall drew Larry Zbyszko
- Long Riders (Bill Irwin & Scott Irwin) beat Rob Rechsteiner (Rick Steiner) & Buck Zumhofe 
- Bulldog Bob Brown beat Brian Jewel 

1986

Hampton, Virginia:
- Todd Champion fought the Italian Stallion to a draw
- Bobby Jaggers & Dutch Mantell defeated the Barbarian & Teijo Khan
- Ivan Koloff defeated the Warlord
- Wahoo McDaniel & Manny Fernandez defeated Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey via disqualification
- Jimmy Valiant defeated Shaska Whatley in a bunkhouse match
- Magnum TA defeated NWA US Champion Nikita Koloff in a non-title Texas Death match
- Dusty Rhodes defeated Big Bubba in a steel cage match

Charleston, West Virginia:
- Buddy Landell defeated Rocky King
- Steve Regal defeated Denny Brown
- Krusher Kruschev defeated Rocky King
- Jimmy Garvin defeated Don Kernoodle
- National Heavyweight Champion Tully Blanchard defeated Ron Garvin
- NWA TV Champion Arn Anderson & Ole Anderson defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson

1987

Philadelphia, Pennslyvania:
- The MOD Squad defeated Denny Brown & Mark Fleming
- Lazertron defeated Gladiator #2
- Jimmy Valiant defeated Sean Royal via disqualification
- Jimmy Garvin pinned Manny Fernandez by using the ropes for leverage
- UWF World Champion Steve Williams pinned Big Bubba 
- NWA TV Champion Nikita Koloff & UWF Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham defeated NWA Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
- The Road Warriors defeated Ivan Koloff & the Barbarian (sub. for Vladimir Pietrov)

1988

Memphis, Tennessee: 
- Tommy Rich beat AWA Champion Jerry Lawler by DQ
- Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden double count out with Bill Dundee & Jeff Jarrett
- Jamie Dundee beat Downtown Bruno
- In a Lumberjack match: Brickhouse Brown beat Gary Young
- CWA Champion Phil Hickerson beat David Haskins
- Southern Tag Team Champions RPMs beat Scott Steiner & Shawn Baxter 
- Cactus Jack beat Ray Odyssey

1991

Jacksonville, Florida:
- Big Josh pinned Joey Maggs
- Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin
- WCW TV Champion Steve Austin fought Johnny B. Badd to a draw
- Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor defeated Robert Gibson & Dustin Rhodes
- Tom Zenk pinned the Diamond Studd
- Tom Zenk pinned Diamond Dallas Page 
- Rick Steiner & PN News defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater
- WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned Bobby Eaton
- Sting, El Gigante, the Yellow Dog, & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson, Cactus Jack, Kevin Sullivan, & the One Man Gang in Wargames

1992

Tokyo, Japan:
- Slinger & Momota defeated Masao Inoue & Mighty Inoue 
- Ogawa pinned Angel 
- Fuchi, Okuma, & Eigen defeated the Giant Baba, Kimura, & Asako 
- Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat defeated the Patriot & Jackie Fulton
- Kobashi & Kikuchi defeated Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton 
- Kawada defeated Dan Spivey 
- WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Steve Williams & Terry Gordy defeated PWF Tag Team Champions Jumbo Tsuruta & Taue in a non-title match
- Mitsuhara Misawa pinned Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion Stan Hansen to win the title 

Monroe, Louisiana:
- Super Invader pinned Tom Zenk
- The Junkyard Dog & Big Cat defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas
- Barry Windham pinned Dick Slater
- Dustin Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine
- The Barbarian pinned Brian Pillman
- WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Ricky Steamboat
- WCW World Champion Ron Simmons, Sting, & Nikita Koloff defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, Jake Roberts, & Big Van Vader

1993

Orlando, Florida:
- The Nasty Boys defeated 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell
- Erik Watts defeated Chris Benoit
- The Equalizer defeated Frankie Lancaster
- Charlie Norris defeated Bobby Eaton
- Dustin Rhodes defeated Rick Rude in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match by DQ in fall #3: (the match was to determine the vacant WCW US title but the belt remained vacant due to the DQ decision)
- Sting & Davey Boy Smith defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader & Sid Vicious
- NWA World Champion Ric Flair defeated Paul Orndorff

1999

WWF SummerSlam: Minneapolis, Minnesota:
- Al Snow pinned WWF Hardcore Champion the Big Bossman to win the title
- The Acolytes defeated Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/ Gangrel), Edge & Christian, Mideon & Viscera, Albert & Droz, and Hardcore & Crash Holly in a tag team turmoil match
- Ken Shamrock defeated Steve Blackman in a Lion's Den match 
- Test pinned Shane McMahon in a Greenwich Streetfight
- WWF Women's Champion Ivory pinned Tori
- Mankind defeated Steve Austin and Hunter Hearst Helmsley in a Triangle match to win the WWF World Title (Jesse Ventura was the referee) 
- The Rock pinned Billy Gunn in a Kiss My Ass match
- Jeff Jarrett pinned D-Lo Brown to win the WWF Intercontinental Title and European Title 
- The Undertaker & Big Show defeated Kane & X-Pac to win the WWF World Tag Team Titles

2015

NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn, New York:
- Jushin Liger pinned Tyler Breeze
- Apollo Crews pinned Tye Dillinger
- Bayley defeated Sasha Banks to win the NXT Women's Title
- Samoa Joe beat Baron Corbin
- The Vaudevillians defeated Blake & Murphy to win the NXT Tag Team Titles 
- Finn Balor retained the NXT Title over Kevin Owens in a Ladder Match