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Daily Pro Wrestling History (02/27): NXT takes over

1940

Montreal, Quebec, Canada:
- Joe Cox defeated Yvon Robert to win the Montreal World Heavyweight Title 

1947

Kansas City, Kansas:
- MWA World Heavyweight Champion Orville Brown beat George Becker 2 out of 3 falls
- Vic Christy beat Wee Willie Davis 2 out of 3 falls
- Jack Kennedy and Dan O’Connor drew 

1958

Galveston, Texas:
- Albert and Enrique Torres defeated Casey and Danny McShain for the NWA Texas Tag Team Title 

1962

- Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice defeated Art and Stan Neilson for the American Wrestling Alliance World Tag Team Titles

1964 

Bakersfield, California:
- The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) defeated Edouard Carpentier and Ernie Ladd to win the World Wrestling Association World Tag Team Titles

1967

Madison Square Garden:
- Gorilla Monsoon defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammarinto by countout 

1969

- Johnny Long and Tojo Yamamoto win the Mid-America NWA World Tag Team Title by defeating Don Carson and Len Rossi

Lexington, Kentucky:
- Bill and Joe Sky defeated The Mighty Yankees (Frank Morrell and Eddie Sullivan) to win the Mid-America NWA Southern Tag Team Titles

1970

Portland, Oregon:
- Kurt Von Steiger defeated Moondog Mayne to win the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title

Calgary, Alberta, Canada:
- Abdullah the Butcher defeated Billy Robinson for the Stampede North American Heavyweight Title 

1972

Green Bay, Wisconsin:
- AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Billy Robinson & Dr X in 2 out of 3 falls
- Ivan Koloff beat Mad Dog Vachon 
- Dusty Rhodes beat Bull Bullinski
- Don Muraco beat Treach Phillip

1973

Tokyo, Japan:
- Giant Baba finishes undefeated, with two draws, in a 10-match series to become the first holder of All Japan Pro Wrestling's Pacific
Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Title

1974

Raleigh, North Carolina:
- Danny Miller defeated Ole Anderson in a tournament final to become the first NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Champion

Miami Beach, Florida:
- Southern Title: Jos LeDuc defeated Dusty Rhodes by DQ
- No DQ Match: Super Texan defeated Paul Jones 
- Bill Watts & Ron Fuller defeated Buddy Colt & The Psycho 
- Haystacks Calhoun & Kevin Sullivan defeated Dick Slater & Stan Vachon by DQ
- Danny Hodge drew Tony Charles 
- Rip Hawk defeated Paul LeDuc 

1975 

Portland, Oregon:
- The Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd and Norman Frederick Charles) defeated Dutch Savage and Jimmy Snuka for the NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Titles

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Jerry Oates defeated Tommy Martin
- Omar Atlas & Ted Oates defeated Oki Shikina & Yasu Fuji via DQ in two straight falls
- Terry Martin & Haystack Calhoun fought Chuck O’Connor & Ed Wiskowski to a draw
- Akio Sato defeated Billy Howard in two straight falls
- Bob Brown & Lord Alfred Hayes defeated The Interns
- Jack Brisco defeated Mike George in three falls

1976

- Chavo and Gory Guerrero defeated Senor X and Karl Von Brauner to win the NWA Americas Tag Team Titles

Denver, Colorado:
- Texas Death Match: Jim Brunzell & Pampero Firpo (sub Greg Gagne) beat Bobby Duncum & Bobby Heenan 
- Larry Hennig & Jos Leduc no contest Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant
- Baron Von Raschke beat Khosrow Vaziri
- Mad Dog Vachon beat Kim Duk

1978

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
- Don Leo Jonathan and John Quinn defeated The Black Avenger and Don Wayt to win the Vancouver NWA Canadian Tag Team Title

1980

Los Angeles, California:
- John and Rick Davidson defeated Chris Adams and Tom Prichard for the NWA Americas Tag Team Titles

Hollywood, Florida:
- Jack & Jerry Brisco & Jim Garvin defeated Nikolai Volkoff & Bugsy McGraw & Leroy Brown 
- Florida Title vs. Mask: Manny Fernandez defeated Super Destroyer by countout
- Bubba Douglas defeated Twin Devil I 
- Don Diamond defeated Geoff Portz 
- Hector Guerrero defeated Twin Devil II 
- Gordon Nelson defeated Frank Monte 
- Butcher Brannigan defeated Terry Taylor 
- Don Serrano drew Barry Windham

1981

Houston, Texas:
- Gino Hernandez defeated Chavo Guerrero to win the NWA International Junior Heavyweight Title 

Calgary, Alberta, Canada:
- David Schultz defeated Leo Burke to win the Stampede North American Heavyweight Title 

1982

Chicago, Illinois:
- Hulk Hogan beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel by DQ
- Bobby Heenan & Ken Patera & Bobby Duncum beat Tito Santana & Baron Von Raschke & Buck Zumhofe
- Jerry Blackwell & Sheik Adnan beat Jim Brunzell & Brad Rheingans
- Wilbur Snyder beat Tom Stone
- Billy Robinson beat Jacques Goulet
- Spike Huber beat Tony Leone

1983 

San Antonio, Texas:
- Bob Sweetan defeated Tully Blanchard for the Southwest Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title 

1984

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
- Danny Davis and Hubert Gallant defeated Bruce Hart and Davey Boy Smith for the Stampede International Tag Team Titles

San Antonio, Texas:
- Killer Tim Brooks defeated Scott Casey for the Southwest Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title

1985

Bangor, Maine:
- Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Carlos Colon to win both the International Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title and the World
Wrestling Council's Universal Heavyweight Title

1987 

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Bob Brown won the NWA Central States Heavyweight Title defeating Bill Dundee
- Bart Batten and Rick McCord won the NWA Central States Tag Team Title from The MOD Squad (Basher and Spike)

Knoxville, Tennessee:
- Tom Prichard defeated Larry Hamilton to win the Southeast NWA United States Junior Heavyweight Title

1988

San Juan, Puerto Rico:
- Carlos Colon defeated Afa to win the Gillette Cup 

1993

Detroit, Michigan:
- Erik Watts & Steve Regal defeated Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce
- Maxx Payne defeated Danny Cass
- 2 Cold Scorpio defeated Scotty Flamingo
- Van Hammer defeated Vinnie Vegas
- Paul Orndorff defeated Cactus Jack
- NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes
- Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader via disqualification
- Steve Austin & Brian Pillman defeated WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas via disqualification

Portland, Oregon:
- Colonel DeBeers defeated Bart Sawyer for the Championship Wrestling USA Television Title 

Meadowview, Virginia:
- Tim Horner defeated The Nightstalker 
- Jimmy Golden defeated Bobby Eaton via disqualification 
- Brian Lee defeated Kevin Sullivan 
- Tracy Smothers defeated SMW Heavyweight Champion the Dirty White Boy 
- Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson defeated SMW Tag Team Champions Stan Lane & Tom Prichard

1999

Wilmington, Delaware: 
- Steve Bradley defeated Christopher Daniels to win the Super 8 Tournament

2000

WWF No Way Out: Hartford, Connecticut:
- Kurt Angle pinned Chris Jericho to win the WWF Intercontinental Title
- The Dudley Boyz defeated the New Age Outlaws to win the WWF World Tag Team Titles
- Big Show pinned The Rock 

2001

Louisville, Kentucky:
- Rico Constantino defeated Nick Dinsmore to win the OVW Heavyweight Title

Cincinnati, Ohio:
- Shark Boy won a battle royal to win the vacant Heartland Wrestling Association Heavyweight Title 

2005

Bayamon, Puerto Rico:
- Glamour Boy Shane defeated Ricky Banderas to win the held-up IWA World Heavyweight Title
- Golden Boy and Noriega defeated Thunder and Lightning for the IWA World Tag Team Titles

Windsor, Ontario, Canada:
- Danny Daniels and N8 Mattson defeated Bobby Roode and Petey Williams to win the Border City Wrestling Can-Am Tag Team Titles

2014

NXT Takeover: Orlando, Florida:
- Adrian Neville defeated Bo Dallas in a Ladder Match at NXT Arrival to win the NXT Title
- Cesaro defeated Sami Zayn
- NXT Tag Team Championship Match: The Ascension (Konor and Viktor) defeated Too Cool (Scotty 2 Hotty and Brian Christopher) to retain the titles