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Daily Pro Wrestling History (05/14): First WWF In Your House PPV

1964 

Yokohama, Japan:

- Gene Kiniski & Cyclone Negro defeated Toyonobori & Michiaki Yoshimura to win the All Asian Tag Team Title 

1970 

Kansas City, Kansas:

- Baron Von Raschke defeated The Viking 

- Central States Heavyweight Champion Danny Little Bear fought Harley Race to a double-count out in three falls (referee Bob Geigel)

- Rufus R. Jones & Bob Ellis defeated Roger Kirby & Jon Soto in two straight falls

1973 

Moline, Illinois:

- Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Robinson & Ken Patera beat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens & Superstar Billy Graham 

- Horst Hoffman went to a draw with Ric Flair

- Geoff Portz beat Greg Gagne

1974 

Tokyo, Japan:

- Giant Baba won the 2nd All Japan Champion Carnival tournament by defeating Mr. Wrestling in the finals of the elimination tournament  

1979

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Tommy Gilbert beat Danny Davis

- Kevin Charles beat Plowboy Frazier

- Dick Slater beat Kevin Sullivan

- Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji beat Bill Dundee & Robert Fuller to win the Southern Tag Team Titles

- Terry Boulder (Hulk Hogan) beat Southern Champ The Mongolian Stomper via DQ

- Jerry Lawler beat Jimmy Golden in a no DQ, loser leaves town match

1981

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:

- Mad Dog Vachon & Baron Von Raschke beat Jerry Blackwell & John Studd

- Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens

- Tito Santana went to a no contest with Sheik Adnan 

- Brad Rheingans beat Jesse Ventura

- Adrian Adonis beat Curt Hennig

- Buck Zumhofe beat Rick Hunter

1982

Houston, Texas:

- Junkyard Dog beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel on a 3rd fall DQ

- Gino Hernandez beat Tommy Rich

- Wahoo McDaniel beat Tully Blanchard

- Manny Fernandez ddq Mil Mascaras

- Jimmy Golden & Ken Lucas & Ricky Morton & Scott Casey beat Billy Graham & Bob Sweetan & Killer Brooks & Hacksaw Duggan

- Bob Sweetan beat Ken Lucas

- Billy Graham beat Jimmy Golden

- Scott Casey beat Killer Brooks

- Hacksaw Duggan beat Ricky Morton

1983 

San Francisco, California:

- AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel drew Mad Dog Vachon

- Ken Patera no contest Jerry Blackwell

- Greg Gagne beat Blackjack Lanza

- Jim Brunzell beat Sgt. Goulet

- Jesse Ventura beat Buck Zumhofe

San Juan, Puerto Rico:

- Carlos Colon defeated Ox Baker to win the WWC World Heavyweight Title

Portland, Oregon:

- Roddy Piper & Billy Jack Haynes defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair & Rip Oliver 

1984 

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Ric McCord & Brickhouse Brown beat A-Team #1 & The Japanese Assassin

- Bugsy McGraw beat Porkchop Cash

- Jim Niedhart beat Scott Shannon

- Koko Ware & Norvell Austin beat Dirty Rhodes & Harley Davidson in a "biker roulette" match

- CWA International Champ Randy Savage pinned Austin Idol

- Southern Tag Champs Tommy Rich & Eddie Gilbert beat The Zambuie Express via DQ

- Rick Rude pinned Dutch Mantel

- Southern Champ Lord Humongous beat Mid-America Champ Jerry Lawler via DQ

- Jerry Lawler & Eddie Marlin beat Ox Baker & Jimmy Hart (Tommy Marlin was the referee)

Ft. Myers, Florida:

- NWA World champion Kerry Von Erich defeated Superstar Billy Graham 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada:

- AWA Champion Rick Martel beat Nick Bockwinkel

- Texas Tornado Match: Frenchy Martin & Mad Dog Lefebvre beat Gino Brito Sr. & Dominic DeNucci (sub Tony Parisi)

- Gino Brito Jr beat John White (sub Mr. Ito)

- Mike Saw & Rick Valentine beat Armand Rougeau & Antonio Ricco

- Richard Charland beat Louis Laurence  

1987 

Kansas City, Kansas:

- Rufus Jones beat Bulldog Bob Brown to win Central States Title 

- AWA Tag Team Champions Midnight Rockers beat Pork Chop Cash & Warlord

- Ric McCord drew Vinnie Valentino

- Earthquake Ferris beat Super Destroyer

- Bart Batten & Bobby Jaggers beat Mr. Pogo & Steve Sybert

- Dave DJ Peterson beat Rip Rogers

1992

Savannah, Georgia: 

- Big Josh pinned Richard Morton

- The Patriots, Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion defeated Thomas Rich & Tracy Smothers

- Nikita Koloff pinned Steve Austin 

- Ron Simmons pinned Diamond Dallas Page

- WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions Greg Valentine & Terry Taylor defeated Michael Hayes & Jimmy Garvin

- WCW World Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko 

- WCW U.S. Champion Rick Rude pinned Ricky Steamboat

1993 

Alexandria, Louisiana:

- Kent & Keith Cole defeated the Wrecking Crew

- Davey Boy Smith defeated the Barbarian

- Arn Anderson pinned Erik Watts

- Maxx Payne defeated Steven Dane 

- Rick Rude defeated Kensuke Sasaki

- WCW U.S. Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated WCW World TV Champion Paul Orndorff

- NWA World Champion Barry Windham defeated Ricky Steamboat

- Sting defeated WCW World Champion Big Van Vader in a non-title strap match

1994 

Johnson City, Tennessee:

- SMW Tag Team Champions Brian Lee & Chris Candido defeated The Rock N' Roll Express in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match

- Scott & Steve Armstrong defeated Well Dunn via disqualification

- Tracy Smothers defeated Jim Cornette & Killer Kyle in a handicap match 

- The Dirty White Boy pinned Kendo the Samurai

- The Dirty White Boy won a pole battle royal

1995

WWF In Your House: Syracuse, New York:

- Jean-Pierre Lafitte defeated Bob Holly

- Bret Hart defeated Hakushi (with Shinja)

- Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett and The Roadie

- Mabel (with Mo) defeated Adam Bomb

- Owen Hart and Yokozuna (with James E. Cornette and Mr. Fuji) defeated The Smoking Gunns (Billy Gunn and Bart Gunn) to retain the WWF Tag Team Championship

- Jerry Lawler defeated Bret Hart

- Diesel defeated Sid (with Ted DiBiase) by disqualification to retain the WWF Championship

- The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) defeated Kama (with Ted DiBiase)

- Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Tatanka (with Ted DiBiase)

- The British Bulldog vs. Owen Hart (with James E. Cornette) ended in a time-limit draw

2000

ECW Hardcore Heaven: Milwaukee, Wisconsin:

- Masato Tanaka defeated Balls Mahoney

- Little Guido (with Sal E. Graziano) defeated Mikey Whipwreck (with The Sinister Minister) and Simon Diamond (with Mitch, Prodigy, Prodigette and The Musketeer)

- Kid Kash defeated C.W. Anderson (with Lou E. Dangerously, Billy Wiles and Elektra)

- Nova and Chris Chetti defeated Da Baldies (Angel and Tony DeVito), and Danny Doring and Roadkill

- New Jack defeated Angel (with Vic Grimes and Tony DeVito)

- Yoshihiro Tajiri defeated Steve Corino (with Jack Victory)

- Rhino defeated The Sandman to retain the ECW World Television Championship

- Jerry Lynn defeated Rob Van Dam (with Bill Alfonso and Scotty Anton)

- Justin Credible (with Francine) defeated Lance Storm (with Dawn Marie) to retain the ECW World Heavyweight Championship

2003 

Nashville, Tennessee:

- Chris Sabin defeated Amazing Red & Jerry Lynn to win the TNA/NWA X-Division Championship

2010 

Buffalo, New York:

- Kofi Kingston defeated Christian to win the Intercontinental Title