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Daily Pro Wrestling History (11/30): Antonio Inoki wins WWF title

1945

St. Joseph, Missouri:

- MWA Champion, Orville Brown beat Vic Holbrook 2 falls to 1

- Bobby Bruns beat Cowboy Roy Graham 

- Rube Wright drew Dan O'Connor 

1948

Dallas, Texas:

- Antonio Rocca defeated Danny McShain to win the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title

1968

Milwaukee, Wisconsin:

- The Crusher beat Mitsu Arakawa

- Billy Red Lyons went to a no contest with Dr. X

- Bill Watts beat Harley Race

- Pampero Firpo beat Luke Brown

- Lars Anderson beat Frankie Laine

1972

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada:

- Dusty Rhodes & Dick Murdoch beat Mad Dog Vachon & Butcher Vachon 

- George Gordienko beat Ivan Koloff

- Superstar Billy Graham beat Wahoo McDaniel

- Don Muraco beat George Scott 

- Rene Goulet beat Bob Tuck

1973

Denver, Colorado:

- No DQ Match: Superstar Billy Graham beat Ken Patera

- Billy Robinson beat Ivan Koloff 

- Ricky Romero beat Bill Crouch

- Geoff Portz beat Tony Rocco

Chicago, Illinois:

- Dick the Bruiser & Verne Gagne beat AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens by DQ

- Larry Heiniemi beat Sailor Art Thomas

- Pepper Gomez beat Baron Von Raschke

- Bob Ellis beat Buddy Wolff

- Rene Goulet beat Billy Red Cloud

- Ric Flair drew Greg Gagne

1979 

Tokyo, Japan:

- Antonio Inoki beat Bob Backlund to win the WWF title. (Even though this was a title change agreed upon by Vince McMahon Sr. as part of a business deal, the WWE's current history pretends this never took place)

Houston, Texas:

- Bruiser Brody defeated The Spoiler to win the NWA American Heavyweight Title

1981 

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Stan Lane beat Roy Rogers

- Bobby Eaton beat Tommy Gilbert

- Steve Keirn beat The Nightmare

- Norvell Austin & Dennis Condrey beat Ricky Morton & Eddie Gilbert

- The Super Destroyer & Sweet Brown Sugar beat Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee via DQ

- The Cuban & Iranian Assassins beat Ricky & Robert Gibson in a loser get ten lashes match

- Southern Champ Dutch Mantel beat Dream Machine in a no DQ match

1986

St. Joseph, Missouri:

- No DQ: Bulldog Bob Brown beat Sam Houston 

- Rufus R. Jones, Rocky King & George South beat The Mod Squad & Mark Fleming 

- Central States Tag Team Titles: Dave Peterson & Todd Champion beat The Warlord & Colt Steele to retain the titles

- Mitch Snow beat Teijo Khan 

- Italian Stallion & Denny Brown beat Thunderfoot I & Thunderfoot II

Chicago, Illinois:

- Curt Hennig beat AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel by DQ

- Jerry Blackwell beat Colonel DeBeers

- Midnight Rockers & Despina Montagus beat Buddy Rose & Doug Somers & Sherri Martel

- Greg Gagne beat Larry Zbyszko by DQ

- Leon White beat Boris Zhukov

- Alexis Smirnoff & Yuri Gordienko beat Billy Robinson & Steve Olsonoski

1992 

Memphis, Tennessee:

- Doug Gilbert beat Randy Rhodes

- The American Eagles beat The Assassins

- Mike Miller beat Tony Falk

- Regina Hale beat Leslie Ballinger via DQ

- Eddie Marlin beat Mike Samples in a retirement match

- Jeff Gaylord, Brian Christopher & The Masters of Terror (Ken Wayne & Ken Raper) beat Danny Davis, Bill Dundee & The American Eagles

- The Moondogs beat Brian Christopher & Jeff Gaylord via DQ

1997 

ECW November to Remember: Monaca, Pennsylvania:

- Chris Candido and Lance Storm defeated Tommy Rogers and Jerry Lynn

- Mikey Whipwreck defeated Justin Credible (with Jason)

- Taz defeated Pitbull #2 (with Pitbull #1, Brakkus and Lance Wright) to retain the ECW World TV Title

- The F.B.I. (Tracy Smothers and Little Guido) (with Tommy Rich) defeated The Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray and D-Von) (with Big 

  Dick Dudley, Sign Guy Dudley and Joel Gertner), The Hardcore Chair Swingin' Freaks (Balls Mahoney and Axl Rotten) and The 

  Gangstanators (New Jack and John Kronus) to retain the ECW World Tag Team Championship

- Tommy Dreamer (with Beulah McGillicutty) fought Rob Van Dam (with Bill Alfonso) to a no-contest Flag match

- Sabu (with Bill Alfonso) defeated The Sandman in a Tables & Ladders match

- Shane Douglas defeated Bam Bam Bigelow to win the ECW World Heavyweight Title

2001

Sapporo, Japan

- Mitsuharu Misawa & Yoshinari Ogawa defeated Vader & Scorpio to win the Pro Wrestling Noah Global Honored Crown Tag Team Titles