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Daily Pro Wrestling History (08/31): The inaugural AEW All Out

That 2019 day was also shared by NJPW Royal Quest and an NXT UK TakeOver.
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1944

Kansas City, Kansas:

- MWA World Heavyweight Champion Orville Brown defeated Les Wolfe in 2 of 3 falls

- Jack Hader defeated Jack Suzek

1945

Houston, Texas:

- Ted Cox defeated Buddy Rogers for the Texas Heavyweight Title

1950

Columbus, Ohio:

- Don Eagle defeated Gorgeous George to win the Ohio AWA World Heavyweight Title

1951

Atlanta, Georgia:

- Art Neilson & Jack Steel defeated Farmer Jones & Al Massey to win the Georgia NWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1954

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada:

- Al & Tiny Mills defeated George & Sandy Scott for the Calgary NWA Canadian Tag Team Titles

1965

Pensacola, Florida:

- Don Carson defeated Ken Lucas to win the NWA Gulf Coast Heavyweight Title

1967

Chattanooga, Tennessee:

- Len Rossi defeated The Great Yamaha (Kantaro Hoshino) for the NWA Southern Junior Heavyweight Title

1968

Bloomington, Minnesota:

- Verne Gagne defeated Dr. X (Dick Beyer) to win the AWA World Heavyweight Title on a 3rd fall countout

- Harley Race defeated the Crusher

- The Crusher & Bill Watts defeated Larry Hennig & Harley Race by DQ

- Billy Red Lyons defeated Big K

- Kenny Jay defeated Bob Sabre

Tampa, Florida:

- Jose Lothario & Joe Scarpa (Chief Jay Strongbow) defeated Boris Malenko & Johnny Valentine to win the Florida NWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1972

Greensboro, North Carolina:

- Art Neilson & Johnny Weaver defeated Brute Bernard & Larry Hamilton for the NWA Atlantic Coast Tag Team Titles

Hattiesburg, Mississippi:

- Gorgeous George, Jr. won a battle royal for the vacant NWA Mississippi Heavyweight Title

1973

Atlanta, Georgia:

- Mr. Wrestling II defeated Bill Watts for the vacant NWA Georgia Heavyweight Title

1974

Hollywood, California:

- Manny Soto defeated Mr. California (Salvador Lothario) for the NWA Defeat the Champ Television Title

- Butcher Brannigan & Man Mountain Mike defeated Angel Blanco & Dr. Wagner to win the NWA Americas Tag Team Titles

Chattanooga, Tennessee:

- Chris Gallagher & Don Kent defeated Ricky Gibson & Steve Kovacs to win the NWA Mid-America Tag Team Titles

St. Paul, Minnesota:

- The Crusher defeated Superstar Billy Graham

- Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens defeated Larry Hennig & Verne Gagne

- Horst Hoffman defeated Ivan Putski by DQ

- Baron Von Raschke defeated Khosrow Vaziri (Iron Sheik)

- Jim Brunzell defeated Paul Perschmann (Buddy Rose)

1978

Kansas City, Kansas:

- Doug Gilbert defeated Bob Sweetan for the NWA Central States Heavyweight Title

1979

Atlanta, Georgia:

- Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff defeated Stan Hansen & Tommy Rich for the NWA Georgia Tag Team Titles

Houston, Texas:

- NWA Champion Harley Race defeated El Halcon

- Bruiser Brody defeated AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel by DQ

- Mark Lewin defeated Tor Kamata

- The Spoiler vs. Tiger Conway Jr. went to a draw

- Dale Valentine (Buddy Roberts) vs. David Von Erich went to a draw

1981

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Eddie Gilbert & Ricky Morton defeated Mr. (Masa) Fuchi & Mr. (Atsushi) Onita to win the AWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1983

Tokyo, Japan:

- Jumbo Tsuruta defeated Bruiser Brody for the NWA International Heavyweight Title

1985

Tokyo, Japan:

- Tiger Mask (Mitsuharu Misawa) defeated NWA International Junior Heavyweight Champion Kuniaki Kobayashi to win the title

- PWF World Tag Team Champions Ted DiBiase & PWF Heavyweight Champion Stan Hansen defeated NWA International Tag Team Champions Genichiro Tenryu & Jumbo Tsuruta to retain the titles

1986

Tulsa, Oklahoma:

- Eddie Gilbert & Sting defeated The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) for the UWF World Tag Team Titles

1987

Tokyo, Japan:

- Nick Bockwinkel, Austin Idol & Dick Slater defeated Masanobu Fuchi, Samson Fuyuki & Akio Sato

- PWF Heavyweight Champion Stan Hansen defeated Yoshiaki Yatsu by DQ

- NWA United National Heavyweight Champion Genichiro Tenryu defeated NWA International Heavyweight Champion Jumbo Tsuruta by countout

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Jerry Lawler defeated Don Bass in a hair vs. title cage match for the AWA Southern Heavyweight Title

- Bill Dundee defeated George Barnes to win the CWA International Heavyweight Title

1990

Holbrook, Arizona:

- Steve Gatorwolf defeated The Japan Bomber (Riki Ataki) to win the American Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Title

Augusta, Georgia:

- Tim Horner defeated the Iron Sheik

- Brad Armstrong defeated Buddy Landell

- Brian Pillman defeated Bobby Eaton

- NWA US Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

- Tommy Rich defeated Harley Race via DQ

- NWA US Champion Lex Luger & the Junkyard Dog defeated Mark Callous & Moondog Rex (sub. for Barry Windham & Sid Vicious)

- NWA World Champion Sting defeated Ric Flair

1991

Baltimore, Maryland:

- Brian Pillman defeated Terrance Taylor

- Oz defeated Joey Maggs

- PN News defeated Thomas Rich

- Tom Zenk defeated Diamond Studd

- Dustin Rhodes defeated Richard Morton

- Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

- Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier defeated Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater

- WCW TV Champion Steve Austin defeated Johnny B. Badd via DQ

- WCW World Champion Lex Luger defeated Ron Simmons

- WCW US Champion Sting & El Gigante defeated One Man Gang & Cactus Jack

1992

Memphis, Tennessee:

- The Rock 'n' Roll Express defeated Doug Gilbert & USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion Eddie Gilbert

- USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion Eddie Gilbert defeated The Dirty White Boy to retain the title

- USWA Tag Team Champions Jeff Jarrett & Jerry Lawler defeated The Orient Express (Kato & Tanaka) to retain the titles

- Bill Dundee defeated Tommy Rich by disqualification in a cage match

1993

Akita, Japan:

- Crypt Keeper (Jose Estrada, Jr.) defeated Crash The Terminator (Bill DeMott) for the W*ING World Heavyweight Title

1996

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Jamie Dundee defeated Wolfie D to win the USWA Television Title

1997

Yokohama, Japan:

- Kensuke Sasaki defeated Shinya Hashimoto for the IWGP Heavyweight Title

Memphis, Tennessee:

- PG-13 defeated Steven Dunn and Flash Flanagan for the USWA Tag Team Titles

2003

Gifu, Japan:

- Shinjiro Otani and Masato Tanaka defeated C.W. Anderson and Steve Corino for the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles

2004

Morioka, Japan:

- Takao Omori and Shinjiro Otani defeated Yoshiaki Fujiwara and Shinya Hashimoto for the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles

2019

NJPW Royal Quest | London, England:

- Rocky Romero & Sho & Yoh defeated Ryusuke Taguchi & Ren Narita & Shota Umino

- Kota Ibushi & Juice Robinson defeated Hikuleo & Yujiro Takahashi

- Will Ospreay & Robbie Eagles defeated IWGP Jr. Tag champs Taiji Ishimori & El Phantasmo in a non-title match

- Tetsuya Naito & Sanada defeated Jay White & Chase Owens

- IWGP Tag Team Champions Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa defeated Aussie Open to retain the titles

- KENTA defeated Tomohiro Ishii to win the NEVER Openweight title

- Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Zack Sabre Jr. to win the British heavyweight title

- IWGP World Champion Kazuchika Okada defeated Minoru Suzuki to retain the title

WWE NXT UK TakeOver | Cardiff, Wales:

- Rhea Ripley defeated Piper Niven

- Kassius Ohno defeated Sid Scala

- Noam Dar defeated Travis Banks

- Cesaro defeated Ilja Dragunov

- Mark Andrews & Flash Morgan Webster defeated Zack Gibson & James Drake and Mark Coffey & Wolfgang to win the NXT UK Tag Team titles

- Joe Coffey defeated Dave Mastiff in a last man standing match

- Kay Lee Ray defeated Toni Storm to win the NXT UK Women’s title

- NXT UK Champion Walter defeated Tyler Bate to retain the title

AEW All Out | Hoffman Estates, Illinois:

- Nyla Rose won the women's Casino Battle Royale

- Private Party defeated Angelico & Jack Evans

- SCU defeated Jurassic Express in a trios match

- PAC defeated Kenny Omega

- Jimmy Havoc defeated Darby Allin and Joey Janela in the Cracker Barrel Clash three-way

- Dark Order defeated Best Friends

- Riho defeated Hikaru Shida

- Cody defeated Shawn Spears

- AAA Tag Team Champions Lucha Bros defeated The Young Bucks in a ladder match to retain

- Chris Jericho defeated Hangman Page to become the inaugural AEW World Champion