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THIS DAY IN HISTORY: PARADE OF CHAMPIONS, HOSTILE CITY SHOWDOWN, KING OF THE RING, NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS AND MORE

By Ryan Martinez on 2010-06-24 08:00:00
June 24th

On this day in history in ....

1925 - Bobby Roscoe defeats Matty Matsuda in Columbus, Ohio for the World Welterweight Title.

1936 - George McCloud defeats Frank Sexton to win the Ohio Heavyweight Title in Columbus, Ohio.

1950 - Buddy Rogers defeats Bozo Brown for the Jack Pfeffer-promoted World Heavyweight Title in Akron, Ohio, beginning his fifth reign.

1958 - Duke Keomuka and John Tolos defeat Larry Chene and Pepper Gomez to win the NWA Texas Tag Team Title in Dallas, Texas.

1964 - Alan Colbeck defeats Jack Dempsey for the European Welterweight Title in Bradford, England. This began Colbeck's fifth reign and ended Dempsey's fifth.

1964 - Tokyo Tom defeats Joe Blanchard to win the NWA Texas Heavyweight Title in Houston, Texas.

1966 - Luis Hernandez and Pedro Morales defeat Buddy Austin and El Mongol for the World Wrestling Association World Tag Team Title in Los Angeles, California.

1970 - Ripper Collins wins his fifth NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Title from Sam Steamboat in Honolulu, Hawaii, ending Steamboat's second reign.

1972 - NWA Big Time Wrestling held "Parade of Champions" at Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas, with 26,339 fans in attendance. The results were:
- José Lothario and El Santo defeated Mr. Fuji and Terry Funk.
- George Scott defeated Tommy Siegler.
- NWA World Midgets Champion Lord Littlebrook defeated Cowboy Lang to retain the title.
- Mil Máscaras defeated The Alaskan.
- Bearcat Wright won a seven-man roulette match.
- Billy Red Lyons defeated NWA American Heavyweight Champion The Spoiler to win the title.
- Stan Stasiak defeated NWA Texas Heavyweight Champion Red Bastien to win the title.
- NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. fought Fritz Von Erich to a 60-minute time-limit draw to retain the title.

1972 - Abdullah the Butcher defeats Ernie Ladd for the National Wrestling Federation Heavyweight Title in Akron, Ohio.

1972 - Boris Malenko and Johnny Walker defeat The Professional (Doug Gilbert) and Mike Webster to win the NWA Florida Tag Team Title in Jacksonville, Florida.

1974 - Jackie Fargo defeats Jerry Lawler for the NWA Southern Junior Heavyweight Title in Memphis, Tennessee, ending Lawler's second reign and beginning Fargo's fourth.

1976 - El Halcón defeats El Gran Markus for the Mexican National Heavyweight Title in Mexico City, Mexico, beginning his second reign.

1978 - Roddy Piper defeats Moondog Mayne to win the San Francisco NWA United States Heavyweight Title, ending Mayne's second reign.

1979 - Maple Leaf Wrestling held an event at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Ontario. The results:
- Joe Marcus and Johnny Yachetti fought to a draw.
- Dewey Robertson defeated Brian Macnee.
- Jay Youngblood defeated Chris Tolos by countout.
- Jim Brunzell and Paul Orndorff defeated Brute Bernard and Moose Morowski.
- Ernie Ladd defeated Ricky Steamboat by disqualification.
- NWA Toronto Canadian Heavyweight Champion Dino Bravo defeated Ric Flair by disqualification to retain the title.
- WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Greg Valentine to retain the title.

1979 - El Signo defeats Bobby Lee for the UWA World Welterweight Title in Tijuana, Mexico.

1984 - Wahoo McDaniel wins his fourth NWA United States Heavyweight Title, ending Ricky Steamboat's third reign in Greensboro, North Carolina.

1984 - Canek wins his fifth UWA World Heavyweight Title from Dos Caras in Mexico City, Mexico.

1985 - Chris Adams and Gino Hernandez defeat The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) in Fort Worth, Texas to win the NWA American Tag Team Title, ending the Fantastics' second reign.

1985 - Bota the Witch Doctor defeats Jerry Lawler for the AWA Southern Heavyweight Title in Memphis, Tennessee, ending Lawler's 41st reign.

1987 - Cien Caras defeats MS-1 for the NWA World Light Heavyweight Title in Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico, ending MS-1's second reign.

1988 - Johnny Smith defeats Chris Benoit to win the Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Title in Calgary, Alberta. This began Smith's third reign and ended Benoit's second.

1988 - Shiro Koshinaka defeats Owen Hart to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title in Osaka, Japan, beginning his third reign. Also at that event, Tatsumi Fujinami wins his second IWGP Heavyweight Title, defeating Riki Choshu.

1988 - Fabuloso Blondie defeats Lizmark for the NWA World Light Heavyweight Title in Mexico City, Mexico.

1989 - Chicky Starr defeats Super Medico I to win the WWC World Junior Heavyweight Title in Caguas, Puerto Rico, to begin his third reign.

1990 - Los Villanos (I, IV and V) defeat Khaos, Rambo and Zandokhan to win the UWA World Trios Title in Mexico City, Mexico. This began and ended both teams' second reigns.

1992 - The Southern Rockers (Rex King and Steve Doll) defeat Doug Masters and Ron Starr for the WWC World Tag Team Title in Dorado, Puerto Rico, ending Masters and Starr's second reign.

1993 - SMW held the "King of Kentucky Tournament" at the Memorial Gym in Hazard, Kentucky. The results were:
- Brian Lee defeated Jimmy Golden by forfeit in a quarterfinal match.
- SMW Television Champion Bobby Blaze defeated Killer Kyle by disqualification in a quarterfinal match.
- The Dirty White Boy defeated Tim Horner in a quarterfinal match.
- SMW Heavyweight Champion Tracy Smothers defeated Chris Candido in a quarterfinal match.
- Brian Lee defeated SMW Television Champion Bobby Blaze in a semifinal match.
- SMW Heavyweight Champion Tracy Smothers defeated The Dirty White Boy in a semifinal match.
- Brian Lee defeated SMW Heavyweight Champion Tracy Smothers to win the King of Kentucky Tournament.
- SMW Tag Team Champions The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) defeated The Harris Brothers (Ron and Don).
- The Heavenly Bodies (Jimmy Del Ray and Tom Prichard) defeated The Armstrong Brothers (Scott and Steve).

1994 - ECW held the first of six annual "Hostile City Showdown" events at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The results were:
- Tommy Dreamer pinned Hack Myers.
- Chad Austin and Don E. Allen's match never got underway, as 911 attacked both men before it could begin.
- The Tazmaniac pinned Pitbull #1 in a dog collar match.
- The Bruise Brothers (Don and Ron Harris) defeated Shane Douglas and Mr. Hughes, when Hughes was pinned.
- Tommy Cairo defeated The Sandman by disqualification in a cane on a pole match.
- ECW Tag Team Champions The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) fought Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk to a no-contest to retain the title, after 911 chokeslammed the referee.
- ECW Television Champion Mikey Whipwreck defeated The Rockin' Rebel by disqualification to retain the title.
- Sabu (with Paul E. Dangerously and 911) pinned Cactus Jack after Paul E. hit Cactus with his cellphone.

1995 - The Fabulous Moolah, The Grand Wizard, Ernie Ladd, Pedro Morales, Ivan Putski, Antonino Rocca and George Steele are inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1995 - Tommy Cairo defeats Devon Storm in a tournament final for the vacant NWA North American Heavyweight Title in Williamstown, New Jersey.

1996 - WCW won this week of the Monday Night War, with Monday Nitro's 3.3 rating besting WWF Monday Night RAW's 2.7 rating.

WCW Monday Nitro was live from Independence Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. The results:
- Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) defeated The Blue Bloods (Lord Steven Regal and Squire David Taylor (with Earl Robert Eaton and Jeeves)).
- Kip Abee defeated Kevin Sullivan (with Jimmy Hart) by disqualification.
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Bobby Walker to retain the title.
- Eddie Guerrero defeated The Barbarian.
- Arn Anderson and Chris Benoit (with Steve McMichael) defeated The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton).
- Diamond Dallas Page defeated Alex Wright.
- Randy Savage (with Kevin Greene) defeated V.K. Wallstreet.
- Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray) defeated WCW World Tag Team Champions - WCW World Television Champion Lex Luger & Sting and The Steiner Brothers (Rick & Scott) in a three-way match to win the title.
- In a dark match after the show, Ric Flair (with Miss Elizabeth and Woman) defeated Randy Savage.

WWF Monday Night RAW was live from the Brown County Expo Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Dark matches:
- Barry Horowitz defeated Don Callis.
- The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) defeated Mankind.
- The Ultimate Warrior defeated Vader (with Jim Cornette).
- WWF Champion Shawn Michaels defeated Goldust (with Marlena).
Televised matches:
- WWF Intercontinental Champion Ahmed Johnson defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley.
- The Bodydonnas (Skip and Zip (with Kloudi)) defeated The Brooklyn Brawler and Jerry Fox.
- The British Bulldog, Owen Hart and Vader (with Jim Cornette and Diana Smith) defeated Barry Horowitz, Aldo Montoya and Savio Vega.
- The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) defeated Steve Austin by disqualification.

1998 - WCW held a live Thunder at the Orlando Arena in Orlando, Florida, which got a 2.7 rating on TBS.
- Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) defeated Raven and Sick Boy (with Lodi).
- Hugh Morrus (with Jimmy Hart) defeated Eddie Guerrero.
- Stevie Ray defeated Sumo Fuji.
- WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Ultimo Dragon by disqualification to retain the title.
- Jim Duggan defeated The Barbarian.
- Chris Benoit and Steve McMichael defeated Disco Inferno and Alex Wright.
- WCW World Tag Team Champions Lex Luger and Sting defeated Brian Adams and The Giant to retain the title.

1998 - PRIDE Fighting Championships held "PRIDE 3" at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. The results:
- Daijiro Matsui and Akira Shoji fought to a draw after four rounds.
- Daiju Takase defeated Emmanuel Yarborough by submission (strikes) at 3:22 of round two.
- Kazushi Sakuraba defeated Carlos Newton by submission (kneebar) at 5:19 of round two.
- Gary Goodridge defeated Amir Rahnavardi by knockout at 7:22 of round one.
- Mark Kerr defeated Pedro Otavio by submission (armlock) at 2:13 of round one.
- Nobuhiko Takada defeated Kyle Sturgeon by submission (heel hook) at 2:18 of round one.

1999 - WCW held a live Thunder at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana, which got a 3.3 rating on TBS.
- Eddie Guerrero defeated Psychosis.
- Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn defeated Fit Finlay and Dave Taylor.
- Curt Hennig (with Bobby Duncum, Jr., Barry Windham and Kendall Windham) defeated Lenny Lane.
- David Flair (with Arn Anderson, Asya and Ric Flair) defeated Evan Karagias.
- Hugh Morrus (with Jimmy Hart) fought Van Hammer to a no-contest.
- Buff Bagwell and Dean Malenko defeated Randy Savage and Sid Vicious (with Gorgeous George, Miss Madness and Madusa).

2000 - Ian Rotten defeats Rollin' Hard in a Four Corners of Pain Salt match to win the IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title. This began Rotten's seventh reign and ended Rollin' Hard's second.

2001 - The WWF held the ninth-annual "King of the Ring" pay-per-view at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The show got a 0.84 buyrate. The results:
- In a match airing on Sunday Night Heat, WWF European Champion Matt Hardy (with Lita) pinned Justin Credible after a hurricarana from Lita to retain the title.
- In a King of the Ring tournament semifinal, Kurt Angle pinned Christian after the Angle Slam.
- In the other semifinal, Edge pinned Rhyno after the Edgecutioner.
- WWF Tag Team Champions The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von) defeated Spike Dudley and Kane, when Bubba pinned Spike after a 3D, to retain the title.
- Edge pinned Kurt Angle after the Edgecutioner to win the King of the Ring tournament. During the match, Shane McMahon ran in and attacked Angle.
- WWF Light Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy pinned X-Pac after a Swanton to retain the title.
- Kurt Angle pinned Shane McMahon in a street fight after an Angle Slam from a piece of plywood placed over the top turnbuckle.
- WWF Champion Steve Austin defeated Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho in a triple threat match, after Austin pinned Benoit after Benoit hit a back suplex on Jericho off the top rope, to retain the title. During the match, WCW Champion Booker T made his WWF debut by attacking Austin and putting him through the Spanish announce table.

2001 - Yoshinobu Kanemaru defeats Juventud Guerrera in a tournament final for the vacant NOAH GHC Junior Heavyweight Title in Nagoya, Japan.

2001 - Double C (Claudio Castagnoli) defeats Ares and The Scorpion in a three-way tournament final in Sulgen, Switzerland to win the vacant Swiss Wrestling Federation Powerhouse Title.

2001 - Kazumasa Nihei defeats MMM for the DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Title in Tokyo, Japan, ending MMM's fifth reign.

2002 - WWE held a live RAW at Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, which got a 3.7 rating on TNN. The results:
- Christopher Nowinski and WWE European Champion William Regal defeated Spike Dudley and WWE Hardcore Champion Bradshaw, when Nowinski pinned Bradshaw with a roll-up after throwing Spike to the floor.
- Eddie Guerrero pinned Bubba Ray Dudley with a hurricanrana into a roll-up.
- Tommy Dreamer pinned Raven after a Death Valley driver. With the loss, Raven had to leave RAW.
- WWE Undisputed Champion The Undertaker pinned Jeff Hardy after the Last Ride.
- Linda Miles and Trish Stratus defeated Jackie Gayda and WWE Women's Champion Molly Holly, when Trish pinned Molly after a bulldog.
- The Big Show and X-Pac defeated Booker T and Goldust, when Show pinned Goldust after a chokeslam.
- WWE Intercontinental Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman) by disqualification, when Heyman broke the pinfall after the champion hit a moonsault.

2005 - Rebecca Knox defeats Miss Chevius in Surrey, British Columbia to become the first NWA/ECCW SuperGirls Champion.

2005 - Pro Wrestling Unplugged held an eight-man tournament to crown the first PWU Heavyweight Champion in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Animal House. The results:
- Nick Berk defeated Tom Carter in a first round match.
- Homicide defeated Sonny Siaki in a first round match.
- Trent Acid defeated Elix Skipper in a first round match.
- Mana defeated Abyss by disqualification in a first round match.
- PWU Tag Team Champions Scott Cardinal and Jerk Jackson defeated Up in Smoke (Cheech and Cloudy) to retain the title.
- Trent Acid defeated Mana in a semifinal match.
- Homicide defeated Nick Berk in a semifinal match.
- Corporal Robinson defeated Brandon Prophet in a Philly hardcore rules match. Billy Reil was the guest referee.
- Homicide defeated Trent Acid to become the first PWU Heavyweight Champion.

2005 - Pain, Inc. (Ruffneck and Sabotage) defeated T2K (Darkside and Wolfgang) in Kilmarnock, Scotland to win the British Championship Wrestling Tag Team Title, ending T2K's second reign.

2006 - The first ECW event of any type in over five years is held at the New Alhambra Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This was one of the first shows for WWE's newly-created ECW brand. The results:
- The F.B.I. (Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke) defeated Danny Doring and Roadkill.
- CM Punk defeated Stevie Richards by submission.
- Francine defeated Kelly Kelly and Trinity in a bikini contest.
- Mike Knox defeated Balls Mahoney.
- Sabu defeated C.W. Anderson by submission.
- The Sandman defeated Justin Credible in a dueling canes match.
- The Big Show defeated Tommy Dreamer.
- ECW World Heavyweight and WWE Champion Rob Van Dam defeated Kurt Angle to retain the ECW title. Dean Malenko was the guest referee.

2006 - ROH held "Chi-Town Struggle" at the Frontier Fieldhouse in Chicago Ridge, Illinois. The results were:
- The Irish Airborne (Dave and Jake Crist) defeated Trik Davis and Shane Hagadorn.
- ROH Tag Team Champion Roderick Strong defeated Jimmy Jacobs.
- The Briscoes (Jay and Mark) defeated Conrad Kennedy III and Jimmy Rave.
- Samoa Joe defeated Delirious.
- Claudio Castagnoli, Necro Butcher and Nate Webb defeated Adam Pearce, Ace Steel and B.J. Whitmer in a bunkhouse brawl.
- ROH Pure Champion Nigel McGuinness defeated Homicide by countout to retain the title.
- KENTA defeated ROH Tag Team Champion Austin Aries.
- ROH World Champion Bryan Danielson defeated Colt Cabana to retain the title.

2006 - Manabu Nakanishi and Takao Omori defeat Ryouji Sai and Kohei Sato for the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Title in Tokyo, Japan, ending their second reign.

2006 - The WWC held the second and final event of its second-annual Bruiser Brody Cup tour at the Pepín Cestero Arena in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. The results:
- WWC Junior Heavyweight Champion Brent Dail defeated Superstar Romeo to retain the title.
- Black Rose defeated WWC Women's Champion Lady Demonique to win the title. Stacey Colón was the guest referee.
- Huracán Castillo and Chicky Starr defeated WWC World Tag Team Champions Tim Arson and Rico Suave by disqualification. Arson and Suave retained the title.
- Alex Montalvo defeated WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Champion El Bronco to win the title.
- Eddie Colón defeated Orlando Jordan.
- Shane defeated Black Pain by disqualification. Carlos Colón was the guest referee. Due to the disqualification, the WWC Universal Heavyweight Title remained vacant.
- Abdullah the Butcher defeated Abbad in a bloodfest match.
- Abbad won the Bruiser Brody Cup battle royal.

2006 - The All Pro Wrestling-affiliated ChickFight held "ChickFight V" at Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco, California. The results were:
- Cheerleader Melissa defeated Tanny Mouse in a ChickFight tournament first round match.
- Yoshiko Tamura defeated Allison Danger in a ChickFight tournament first round match.
- MsChif defeated Sumie Sakai in a ChickFight tournament first round match.
- Jazz defeated Simply Luscious in a ChickFight tournament first round match.
- The Mafia (Chris Colione and Vennis DeMarco) defeated Chicano Flame and Dana Lee.
- Cheerleader Melissa defeated Yoshiko Tamura in a ChickFight tournament semifinal match.
- Jazz defeated MsChif in a ChickFight tournament semifinal match.
- APW Worldwide Internet Champion J.J. Perez defeated Nathan Rulez to retain the title.
- Cheerleader Melissa defeated Jazz in a falls count anywhere match to win the ChickFight V tournament.

2006 - The Ultimate Fighting Championship held the finale of The Ultimate Fighter 3, featuring the middleweight and light heavyweight finals of The Ultimate Fighter 3 competition, at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show featured the reintroduction of former UFC Lightweight Champion Jens Pulver, as well as Randy Couture's induction into the UFC Hall of Fame. The results of the show:
Preliminary card:
- In a light heavyweight bout, Mike Nickels defeated Wes Combs by submission (rear naked choke) at 3:10 of round one.
- In a light heavyweight bout, Matt Hamill defeated Jesse Forbes by TKO (strikes) at 4:47 of round one.
- In a middleweight bout, Luigi Fioravanti defeated Solomon Hutcherson by knockout (punch) at 4:15 of round one.
- In a middleweight bout, Kalib Starnes defeated Danny Abbadi by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:56 of round one.
- In a middleweight bout, Rory Singer defeated Ross Pointon by submission (triangle choke) at 0:44 of round one.
Main card:
- In a light heavyweight bout, Keith Jardine defeated Wilson Gouveia by unanimous decision.
- In the TUF middleweight final, Kendall Grove defeated Ed Herman by unanimous decision, with all three judges scoring the fight 29-28. UFC president Dana White gave both fighters contracts.
- In the TUF light heavyweight final, Michael Bisping defeated Josh Haynes by TKO (strikes) at 4:14 of round two.
- In a lightweight bout, Kenny Florian defeated Sam Stout by submission (rear naked choke) at 1:46 of round one.

2006 - Team Dormanstown (Kid Richie and Chris Whitton) defeated The Vegas Connection (Dan Evans and Vincent D. White) in a street fight to win the 3 Count Wrestling Tag Team Title in Quedgeley, England. This ended the Vegas Connection's second reign.

2006 - Dickie Rodz defeats champion Matt Hyson and Jerry Lynn in a three-way match for the New York Wrestling Connection Heavyweight Title in Deer Park, New York, beginning his third reign. At the same show, Josh Daniels defeats Javi-Air to win the NYWC Interstate Title.

2006 - Fuuka defeats Natsuki*Head in a tournament final in Tokyo, Japan to become the first JDStar Princess of Pro-Wrestling Champion.

2007 - WWE held the seventh-annual "Vengeance" pay-per-view at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The event was taglined "Night of Champions", as all nine titles in WWE were on the line. The results:
- In a dark match, Super Crazy pinned Carlito after a moonsault.
- World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch defeated The Hardys (Matt and Jeff), when Cade pinned Jeff after a spinebuster slam, to retain the title.
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Guerrero pinned Jimmy Wang Yang after a frog splash to retain the title.
- Johnny Nitro pinned CM Punk after a corkscrew neckbreaker from the middle rope to win the vacant ECW World Title. Nitro replaced Chris Benoit, who was not at the event, for, in WWE's words, "personal reasons".
- WWE Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella defeated Umaga by disqualification to retain the title. Umaga ignored the referee while punching Marella in the corner and was disqualified.
- WWE United States Champion Montel Vontavious Porter pinned Ric Flair after the Playmaker to retain the title.
- WWE Tag Team Champions Deuce and Domino (with Cherry) defeated Sgt. Slaughter and Jimmy Snuka, when Deuce pinned Snuka after rolling through a Superfly splash, to retain the title.
- World Heavyweight Champion Edge defeated Batista by countout to retain the title. Batista had originally won the match by disqualification, but SmackDown! general manager Theodore Long ordered the match continue. With the loss, Batista was not allowed another title shot as long as Edge was champion.
- Candice Michelle pinned WWE Women's Champion Melina after a spinning heel kick to win the title, ending Melina's second reign.
- WWE Champion John Cena defeated King Booker (with Queen Sharmell), Mick Foley, Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton to retain the title, by pinning Foley after an FU.

2007 - At Apache Pro Wrestling's "Apache Pro Challenge" in Tokyo, Japan, two titles change hands. Jun Kasai and Jaki Numazawa defeat GENTARO and The W*INGer for the vacant WEW Tag Team Title, and Kintaro Kanemura wins the WEW Heavyweight Title from Togi Makabe, beginning his fourth reign.

2007 - Ash defeats James Champagne, Tyson Dux, Franky the Mobster, champion Don Paysan and El Tornado in a ladder match in Brampton, Ontario to win the Blood, Sweat and Ears Suicide Six Pack Title.

2007 - Chuck Taylor defeats Ricochet to win the fifth-annual CHIKARA Young Lions Cup in Hellertown, Pennsylvania.

2007 - The Soul Shooters (Drew Johnson and Apollo Starr) defeat The Fun Lovin' Criminals (Jaimy Coxxx and Truth Martini) for the Xtreme Intense Championship Wrestling Tag Team Title in Warren, Michigan.

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