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Daily pro wrestling history (11/2): Mankind & Al Snow win WWF tag team titles

Al Snow & Mankind

1945

St. Joseph, Missouri:
- World Champion Orville Brown beat Cowboy Roy Graham 2 falls to 1 to retain the title

1961

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Thor Hagen & Ray Gordon defeated Buddy Austin & Tarzan Tyler in three falls
- Buddy Rogers defeated Guy LaRose in three falls

1965

Sioux City, Iowa:
- Verne Gagne beat Stan Pulaski dq
- Haru Sasaki & Mad Dog Vachon beat Danny Hodge & Reggie Parks
- Jack Pesek drew Billy Red Cloud
- Wilbur Snyder beat Bob Morgan

1972

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Black Angus won a 7-man Battle Royal
- Texas Death Match: Danny Little Bear defeated The Destroyer
- Harley Race & Roger Kirby (w/ Percival A. Friend) defeated The Stomper & Rufus R. Jones in three falls

1973

Atlanta, Georgia:
- Bill Watts defeated Mr. Wrestling #2 to win the Georgia Heavyweight Title 

1979 

Atlanta, Georgia:
- Stan Hansen defeated Tony Atlas to win the Georgia TV Title

1980

St. Paul, Minnesota:
- Jerry Blackwell won a 15 man battle royal for $50,000
- Jerry Blackwell beat Andre the Giant dq
- Dino Bravo drew Nick Bockwinkel
- Mad Dog Vachon beat Bobby Heenan by countout
- Tito Santana beat Jesse Ventura
- Buck Zumhofe beat Steve Regal

1992 

Memphis, Tennessee:
- Jerry Lawler defeated Todd Champion to win the USWA Unified Heavyweight Title

1999

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Mankind & Al Snow defeated Hardcore & Crash Holly for the WWF World Tag Team Title