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Daily pro wrestling history (04/08): Larry Zbyzsko wins AWA World Title; Eddie Guerrero wins ECW TV Title

1908

Baltimore, Maryland:
- Gus Schoenlein defeated Fred Beell for the American Middleweight Title 

1946

Denver, Colorado:
- The Swedish Angel defeated Everett Marshall to win the Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Title

1953

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
- Paul DeGalles and Tarzan Potvin defeated Bronko Lubich and Bud Rattal for the vacant Northwest Tag Team Titles

1954

Cedar Rapids, Iowa:
- US Champion Verne Gagne beat Sky Hi Lee 
- Fritz Von Erich beat Johnny Balbo

1957

Fort Worth, Texas:
- Rito Romero defeated Danny McShain to win the NWA Texas Junior Heavyweight Title

Albuquerque, New Mexico:
- Danny Plechas defeated Juan Garcia for the Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Title 

1960 

Houston, Texas:
- Torbellion Blanco defeated Pete Managoff for the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title

1964

Honolulu, Hawaii:
- Neff Maivia defeated Hard Boiled Haggerty to win the NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Title 

1966

Nashville, Tennessee:
- Al Costello defeated Alex Perez to win the NWA Southern Junior Heavyweight Title 

1967

San Francisco, California:
- Pepper Gomez and Pedro Morales defeated Pat Patterson and Ray Stevens for the American Wrestling Alliance World Tag Team Titles 

1970

Los Angeles, California:
- Pantera Negra and Tony Rocco defeated Karl Heisinger and Kinji Shibuya for the NWA Americas Tag Team Titles

1971

Amarillo, Texas:
- Bobby Duncum and Woody Farmer defeated The Beast and Bulldog Brower to win the NWA Western States Tag Team Titles

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Bob Orton & Baron Von Raschke defeated Bobby Whitlock & The Viking
- Rufus R. Jones defeated Ronnie Etchison 
- Danny Little Bear & Bob Geigel defeated John Tolos & Baron Von Heisinger
- The Stomper defeated Harley Race by winning the only fall of a scheduled three (60:00)

1972

Griffin, Georgia:
- Buddy Colt defeated El Mongol for the NWA Georgia Heavyweight Title

1972 

Los Angeles, California:
- Kinji Shibuya won the NWA Beat the Champ Television Title from Don Carson

1976

Amarillo, Texas:
- The Mighty Canadian (Gene Kiniski) defeated The Super Destroyer to win the Amarillo NWA International Heavyweight Title 

1978 

Caguas, Puerto Rico:
- Ox Baker defeats Carlos Colón to win the WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Title 
- Invader I won the WWC Caribbean Heavyweight Title from Pierre Martel

1979 

Toronto, Ontario:
- Greg Valentine defeated Dino Bravo for the Toronto NWA Canadian Heavyweight Title 

Mexico City, Mexico:
- Astro Rey defeated Dos Caras to win the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Title 

1981

Tampa, Florida:
- Dory Funk, Jr. won the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title from Barry Windham

1982

Kansas City, Kansas:
- Mark Romero (Youngblood) defeated Gene Lewis for the NWA Central States Television Title 

1985

Montreal, Ontario, Canada:
- Dino Bravo & Rick Martel beat AWA Tag Team Champions Road Warriors dq
- Jos Leduc beat Leo Burke
- Gino Brito Sr. & Tony Parisi beat King Tonga & Richard Charland dq
- Raymond & Armand & Jacques Rougeau Jr. beat Sailor White & The Samoans
- Tonga Kid beat Mad Dog Lefebvre
- Rick Steiner & Scott Duran defeat Gino Brito Jr & Sunny War Cloud
- Mr. Samu beat Reggie Rapone
- Cuban Assassin beat Antonio Ricco

1986 

Memphis, Tennessee:
- Jerry Lawler defeated Bill Dundee to win the AWA Southern Heavyweight Title 

1988

Fort Worth, Texas:
- John Tatum and Jack Victory defeated Shaun and Steve Simpson for the World Class Texas Tag Team Titles

1989

Calgary, Alberta, Canada:
- Chris Benoit and Biff Wellington defeated Makhan Singh (Mike Shaw) and Vokkan Singh (Gary Albright) to win the Stampede International Tag Team Titles

1990

St. Paul, Minnesota:
- Special Referee: Nick Bockwinkel: Larry Zbyszko beat Mr Saito to regain the AWA Title
- Non Title Cage Match: Paul Diamond & the Trooper beat AWA Tag Team Champions Destruction Crew Mike Enos & Wayne Bloom
- Nord The Barbarian beat Kokina Maximus 
- Tully Blanchard beat Tommy Jammer
- Baron Von Raschke (sub Junkyard Dog) beat Colonel DeBeers COR
- Texas Hangmen beat Brad Rheingans & DJ Peterson
- Jake Milliman beat Todd Becker

1991 

Fridley, Minnesota:
- The Lightning Kid won the Pro Wrestling America Light Heavyweight Title by defeating Jerry Lynn

1995

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
- Eddie Guerrero defeated 2 Cold Scorpio for the ECW World Television Title

1995

Johnson City, Tennessee:
- Buddy Landel defeated Bobby Blaze to win the SMW Heavyweight Title 

1999

Dundalk, Maryland:
- Headbanger Mosh defeated Romeo Valentino for the Maryland Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Title 

2000 

Buffalo, New York:
- Yoshihiro Tajiri defeated Little Guido and Super Crazy in a three-way dance to win the ECW World Television Title

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico:
- Bouncer Bruno and Dutch Mantel defeated Black Boy and José Rivera, Jr. for the WWC World Tag Team Titles

2002 

Phoenix, Arizona:
- Spike Dudley pinned WWF European Champion William Regal to win the title