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Daily Pro Wrestling History (12/18): WWE TLC 2011

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1947

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Orville Brown beat Al Lovelock to retain the MWA Title
- Fred Blassie beat Yukon Eric (as Eric Holmback) 2 falls to 1 

1965

Minneapolis, Minnesota:
- Non Title: Verne Gagne & Mighty Igor Vodik beat AWA Tag Team Champions Larry Hennig & Harley Race
- Chris Markoff beat The Crusher by DQ
- Ivan Kalmikoff beat Danny Plechas
- Larry Heiniemi beat Jack Pesek
- Terry Funk beat Guy Taylor

1969

Bristol, England:
- Tony Charles defeated Al Hayes (Lord Hayes) to win the Southern Area title

1970

Houston, Texas:
- Toru Tanaka defeated Fritz Von Erich to win the NWA American Heavyweight Title (later to become the World Class World Heavyweight Title)

1975

Tokyo, Japan:
- Giant Baba won All Japan Pro Wrestling's 20-man Open Championship tournament, beating out second place finishers Abdullah The Butcher and Dory Funk Jr. by one point

1978

Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
- Ricky Steamboat defeated Ric Flair to win the NWA United States Title

Tokyo, Japan:
- Antonio Inoki declares himself the inaugural Martial Arts title holder

1982

Chicago, Illinois:
- AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Tito Santana
- Hulk Hogan & Dick The Bruiser beat Ken Patera & Bobby Duncum
- Jesse Ventura beat Baron Von Raschke
- Bobby Heenan & Jerry Blackwell beat Rick Martel & Spike Huber
- Jerry Lawler beat Steve Regal
- Tom Lintz beat Sonny Rogers

1983

Chicago, Illinois:
- AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Blackjack Lanza by countout
- AWA Tag Team Champions Jerry Blackwell & Ken Patera beat Greg Gagne & Rick Martel
- Mad Dog Vachon & the Crusher (sub for Hogan) beat Mr. Saito & Jesse Ventura
- Billy Robinson beat Superstar Billy Graham
- Buck Zumhofe beat Ray Stevens
- Brad Rheingans beat Bill White

1991

Acapulco, Mexico:
- Blue Panther defeated Satanico in a tournament final to become the first CMLL World Middleweight Title 

1993

Breman, Germany:
- Hiroyoshi Yamamoto (Tenzan) defeated Alex Wright to win the CWA Jr heavyweight title

2011

WWE TLC: Baltimore, Maryland: 
- Big Show defeated Mark Henry to win the World Championship in a chair match 
- Daniel Bryan cashed in the Money in the Bank briefcase and defeated the Big Show to become new World Champion
- WWE Champion CM Punk defeated Alberto Del Rio and The Miz in a TLC match to retain the title

2015

ROH Final Battle: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
- Jay Lethal defeated AJ Styles to retain the ROH World Title
- Adam Cole defeated Kyle O'Reilly
- War Machine defeated Michael Bennett & Matt Taven to win the ROH World Tag Team Titles
- Michael Elgin defeated Moose