Posts tagged with "Death Before Dishonor"

Why WWE Sent a Legal Letter to The Young Bucks, What WWE Is Claiming, Fallout from RAW Invasion

Posted by Marc Middleton September 28, 2017 0 Comment 1737 views

We noted earlier how The Young Bucks revealed that they received a cease & desist letter from WWE after staging a Bullet Club “invasion” outside of this week’s WWE RAW in Ontario, California. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports WWE claimed in the letter that The Young Bucks were using their intellectual property, mainly the “Too […]


New Match Slated for ROH Death to Dishonor

Posted by Andy Ravens September 9, 2017 0 Comment 1060 views

ROH issued the following: A roll of the dice, pull of the lever, or the shuffle of a deck can change an individual’s life in Sin City. On September 22 LIVE on Pay Per View, the stars of Ring of Honor head to Las Vegas to do battle in the desert at Sam’s Town Live! Fans all […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 12/17

Posted by Bob Krites December 17, 2015 0 Comment 2579 views

1906 – Frank Gotch defeats Fred Beel in Kansas City, Missouri to win the American Heavyweight Title for the third time. Gotch would go on to defeat George Hackenschmidt two years later to unify the belt with the World Heavyweight Title. 1965 – Chris and Ken Lucas defeat The Mysterio Medics in Dothan, Alabama to […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 12/05

Posted by Bob Krites December 5, 2015 0 Comment 587 views

1977 – Bill Dundee & Norvell Austin defeat Dennis Condrey & Phil Hickerson in Memphis, Tennessee to win the AWA Southern Tag Team Title. On the same show, Jerry Lawler defeats Jimmy Valiant for the AWA Southern Heavyweight Title, starting his third of an eventual 33 runs with the belt. 2004 – TNA held their […]

Results: Ring of Honor Television – 11/25/15

Posted by Bob Krites November 26, 2015 0 Comment 583 views

We are in Kalamazoo, Michigan and your announcers are Kevin Kelly and Nigel McGuinness. Match Number One: Moose (with Stokely Hathaway) versus Dominick Carter The bell rings and Moose with a spear and he gets the three count. Winner: Moose After the match, Stokely gets on the mic and he tells Jay Lethal that he […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 11/03

Posted by Bob Krites November 3, 2015 0 Comment 755 views

1939 – Steve Casey defeats Ed Don George for the American Wrestling Association World Heavyweight Title in Buffalo, New York, ending George’s third and final reign with the belt, and starting Casey’s third reign. 1981 – The Spoiler defeats Charlie Cook for the Florida State Heavyweight Title in Tampa, ending Cook’s second reign, and starting […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 10/05

Posted by Bob Krites October 5, 2015 0 Comment 415 views

1971 – Jumbo Miyamoto & Aiko Kyo defeat Marie Vagnone & Jane Sherill to win the WWWA World Tag Team Title for the second time in Chiba, Japan. 1982 – Judy Martin defeats Yukari Omori for the All Japan Pacific Title in Osaka, Japan. The belt had been vacated by former champion Jumbo Hori when […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 09/27

Posted by Bob Krites September 27, 2015 0 Comment 618 views

1962 – A live event in Miami Beach at the Auditorium drew 2,258 fans featuring the following results: -The Kentuckians beat Shohei Giant Baba & Mr. Moto. -Lenny Montana beat Fred Atkins. -Maurice LaPointe & Tony Baillageon beat Al Alexander & Jack Vansky. -Mike Paidousis beat Russian Crusher. 1963 – WWWF ran Pittsburgh, PA at […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 09/21

Posted by Bob Krites September 21, 2015 0 Comment 963 views

1964 – Fred Blassie and Bobo Brazil took their famous feud to Madison Square Garden in New York City, where the two battled to a draw. In the main event, WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Waldo Von Erich via countout. 1967 – WWWF ran Glouestor, MA featuring: -Luke Graham defeated Arnold Skaaland. -Ricki Sexton […]

Today in Pro Wrestling History – 09/20

Posted by Bob Krites September 20, 2015 0 Comment 894 views

1933 – Salvador Lutteroth ran the first Empresa Mexicana de la Lucha Libre (EMLL) event in Mexico City. The promotion still exists today, making it the oldest professional wrestling entity in the world. 1957 – Ivan The Terrible & Nikita Zolotoff defeat Pepper Gomez & El Medico in Houston, Texas for the NWA Texas Tag […]