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Daily Pro Wrestling History (02/15): Eddie Guerrero wins WWE title at No Way Out 2004

1923 

Kansas City, Kansas:
- World Heavyweight Champion Ed "Strangler" Lewis beat Joe "Toots" Mondt 2 out of 3 falls to retain the title

1934

St. Louis, Missouri:
- AWA World Heavyweight Champion Ed “Don” George beat Gino Garibaldi 
- Ed “Strangler” Lewis and Joe Malcewicz wrestled to a 30 minute draw
- Abe Coleman beat Joe Cox 
- Karl Davis and Dick Raines wrestled to a 30 minute draw 

1950

Des Moines, Iowa:
- NWA World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz beat Lee Henning by dq in 2 out of 3 falls
- Billy Goelz and Billy Parks beat Gypsy Joe and Jack Hader in 2 out of 3 falls

1962 

Tokyo, Japan:
- Rikidozan & Toyonobori defeated Luther Lindsay & Ricky Waldo to win the All Asian Tag Team Titles

1963

St. Paul, Minnesota:
- Non Title Death Match: Crusher beat AWA Champion Verne Gagne when Gagne suffers a broken shoulder in the 5th fall
- Doug Gilbert & Dick Steinborn & Moose Evans beat Ivan Kalmikoff & Karol Kalmikoff & Rocky Hamilton
- Eddie Sharkey beat Johnny King
- Jack Pesek beat Gordon Nelson
- Hercules Cortez beat Stan Kowalski

1969

Tampa, Florida:
- The Medics (Billy Garrett & Jim Starr) defeated Bobby & Lee Fields in a rematch to win back the NWA Florida Tag Team Titles

1970

St. Paul, Minnesota:
- Cage Match: The Crusher beat Mad Dog Vachon 
- Dr. X beat Billy Red Lyons
- Edouard Carpentier beat Butcher Vachon
- Pepper Gomez beat Larry Hennig
- Red Bastien drew Lars Anderson
- Luke Graham beat George Gadaski
- Bill Howard beat Buddy Smith

1975

St. Paul, Minnesota:
- AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell on a 3rd fall dq 
- Dusty Rhodes beat Horst Hoffman
- Billy Robinson beat Larry Heiniemi
- Geoff Portz drew Buddy Wolff
- Khosrow Vaziri (Iron Sheik) beat Paul Perschmann (Buddy Rose)

1977

Omaha, Nebraska:
- Andre the Giant & Greg Gagne & Ray Stevens beat Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Duncum & Nick Bockwinkel
- Pedro Morales beat Baron Von Raschke
- Peter Maivia ddq Angelo Mosca
- Super Destroyer beat Billy Francis

1980

Star Wars 80: Hollywood, Florida:
- NWA World Title in a Steel Cage: Dusty Rhodes defeated Harley Race by dq
- International Junior Title: Mike Graham defeated Tatsumi Fujinami (Graham wins title) 
- Andre the Giant & “Cowboy” Bill Watts defeated Ernie Ladd & Bad Leroy Brown 
- Florida Title vs. $10,000-Super Destroyer defeated Manny Fernandez by dq
- Florida TV Title: Tommy Rich defeated Bugsy McGraw by dq
- Jack & Jerry Brisco & Jim Garvin defeated Bryan St. John & Stan Lane & Frank Monte 
- Nikolai Volkoff defeated Don Diamond 
- Women’s World Title: Fabulous Moolah defeated Wendy Richter 
- Twin Devils defeated Gordon Nelson & Bubba Douglas 
- Hector Guerrero defeated Mike Miller 
- Geoff Portz defeated Terry Taylor

1985

St. Louis, Missouri:
- NWA champion Ric Flair drew King Kong Brody
- Missouri State champion Crusher Blackwell no contest with Harley Race
- Wahoo McDaniel defeated Gene Kiniski
- Sgt Slaughter defeated Missing Link
- Dick the Bruiser and Bulldog Bob Brown defeated Sheik Abdullah and Mr. Pogo
- Rufus R Jones defeated Roger Kirby (sub Baron Von Raschke)
- Marty Jannetty defeated Ken Timbs via DQ
- Art Crews and Dusty Wolfe (sub Dave Peterson) defeated Gary Royal and TG Stone

1986

Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
- Randy (Macho Man) Savage retained the Intercontinental title by pinning Ricky Steamboat
- Rowdy Roddy Piper beat Adorable Adrian Adonis on a disqualification
- The Killer Bees, Jin Brunzell and Brian Blair defeated WWF tag team champions The Hart Foundation, Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart in a non- title match
- Paul Orndorff defeated Pedro Morales
- Outlaw Ron Bass defeated S.D Jones
- Sika the Samoan defeated Moondog Spot
- Corporal Kirschner beat Johnny K-9

WWF Saturday Night's Main Event: Phoenix, Arizona:
- Mr. T defeated Bob Orton (with Roddy Piper) in a Boxing match
- King Kong Bundy (with Bobby Heenan) defeated Steve Gatorwolf
- Hulk Hogan defeated The Magnificent Muraco (with Bobby Heenan) by disqualification to retain the WWF Championship
- The Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine) (with Johnny Valiant) defeated The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite 
  Kid) (with Lou Albano) to retain the WWF Tag Team Championship
- Junkyard Dog defeated Adrian Adonis (with Jimmy Hart)

1987

Quebec, Ontario, Canada:
- Abdullah the Butcher defeated Hercules Ayala for the International Heavyweight Title 
- Kendo Nagasaki and Richard Charland defeated Armand Rouguea and Dan Kroffat by DQ 
- Gino Brito Jr. beat Pretty Boy Simms 
- Gilles the Fish Poisson no contest The Hangman 
- Rocky Delassera wear Sunny War Cloud 
- Denis Goulet defeated Leo Burke 
- Pretty Boy Simms won a battle royal 

1988

Memphis, Tennessee:
- AWA Tag Team Champions Midnight Rockers drew Rock & Roll Express (simultaneous pins, belts held up in Memphis only)
- Jerry Lawler beat Tommy Rich by DQ
- Bill Dundee no contest Jeff Jarrett
- Don Bruise drew Zebra Warrior II
- Prince Samu beat Billy Travis
- Giant Kokina beat Zebra Warrior I
- Riki Nelson beat Jimmy Jack Funk by DQ
- Max Pain beat Ron Bruise
- Ken Wayne beat Gary Young by DQ

1989

Clash of Champions: Cleveland, Ohio:
- Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane (w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Russian Assassins (w/ Paul Jones) 
- Butch Reed pinned Steve Casey 
- Lex Luger pinned the Blackmailer (Jack Victory) (w/ Hiro Matsuda) 
- NWA US Tag Team Champions Mike Rotunda & Steve Williams (w/ Kevin Sullivan) defeated Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton 
- Ricky Steamboat pinned Bob Bradley 
- NWA TV Champion Rick Steiner pinned Rip Morgan in a non-title match 
- NWA Six-Man Tag Team Champions, Genichiro Tenryu & NWA Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors (w/ Paul Ellering) fought Mike Rotunda, 
  NWA US Tag Team Champions Kevin Sullivan & Steve Williams (sub. for Sting, Michael Hayes, & the Junkyard Dog) to a double 
  disqualification 

1991 

Dallas, Texas:
- Eric Embry defeated Bill Dundee to win the USWA Texas Heavyweight Title

Jacksonville, Florida:
- Tim Horner pinned Dutch Mantell
- Brian Pillman fought Terry Taylor to a draw
- Ricky Morton, Tommy Rich, & the Junkyard Dog defeated Buddy Landel, Dan Spivey, & Black Bart
- Sid Vicious & Stan Hansen defeated Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong
- El Gigante defeated WCW World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification 
- Tom Zenk & Bobby Eaton defeated WCW TV Champion Arn Anderson & Barry Windham
- WCW Tag Team Champions Doom defeated Sting & WCW US Champion Lex Luger 

1992

Baltimore, Maryland:
- Larry Zbyzsko pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell
- Steve Armstrong pinned PN News 
- Van Hammer (sub. for El Gigante) defeated Abdullah the Butcher via disqualification 
- Richard Morton pinned Johnny B. Badd
- Ron Simmons pinned Bobby Eaton
- Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Cactus Jack & Mr. Hughes 
- Ricky Steamboat, Barry Windham, & Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude, WCW TV Champion Steve Austin, & Arn Anderson 

1998

WWF In Your House: Houston, Texas:
- Justin Bradshaw defeated NWA North American Champion Jeff Jarrett via disqualification 
- Ken Shamrock, Ahmed Johnson, Chainz (Brian Lee), Eight Ball (Ron Harris) & Skull (Don Harris) defeated Faarooq, Rocky Maivia, D'Lo Brown, Kama Mustafa & Mark Henry 
- Kane defeated Vader 
- Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, Chainsaw Charlie (Terry Funk) & Owen Hart defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Road Dogg, Billy Gunn & Savio Vega (subbing for Shawn Michaels) in a no-disqualification match 

1999

Birmingham, Alabama:
- The Rock defeated Mankind for the WWF World Heavyweight Title in a ladder match
- Shane McMahon pinned X-Pac to win the WWF European Title in a tag team match with Shane & Kane vs. X-Pac & Hunter Hearst Helmsley 

2004

Tokyo, Japan:
-  In a tournament final, Hiroyoshi Tenzan defeated Genichiro Tenryu to win the IWGP Heavyweight Title 

WWE No Way Out: San Francisco, California:
- WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champions Scotty 2 Hotty & Rikishi defeated Shaniqua, Doug & Danny Basham in a handicap match 
- Jamie Noble defeated Nidia 
- Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas defeated the Acolytes 
- Hardcore Holly pinned Rhyno 
- Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Chavo Guerrero Sr.) pinned WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. 
- Kurt Angle defeated WWE US Champion the Big Show and John Cena
- Eddie Guerrero defeated Brock Lesnar to win the WWF World Title

2009

WWE No Way Out: Seattle, Washington:
- WWE Women's Champion Melina pinned Beth Phoenix
- Triple H defeated the Undertaker, Jeff Hardy, the Big Show, Vladimir Kozlov, and WWE World Champion Edge to win the title in an Elimination Chamber match 
- Randy Orton pinned Shane McMahon in a no holds barred match 
- ECW World Champion Jack Swagger pinned Finlay (w/ Hornswoggle)
- Shawn Michaels pinned John Bradshaw Layfield
- Edge won the World Title in the Smackdown Elimination Chamber (Edge lost the WWE Title in the Raw Chamber match)