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Jericho becomes first ever Undisputed champion

To this day, only one man has ever defeated both The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin in the same night. Chris Jericho holds that distinction, and he accomplished that feat on this date in WWF...

SNME features final appearance of the Brainbusters

Saturday Night's Main Event was taped on this date in WWF history, and featured a fairly stacked line-up including the final appearance of The Brainbusters in the promotion. In fact, it was the...

Commissioner Foley returns to SmackDown

Mick Foley returned to SmackDown on this date in history, relieving William Regal of his duties and taking over as Commissioner. What a fun time this was.

The American Dream is born

There are plenty of legendary figures in the pro wrestling industry and one of them was born on this particular date in history.

Rikishi did it ... fo da Rock

Rikishi admits to having run over Stone Cold Steve Austin on this date in WWF history but his reason for doing so -- and his delivery when revealing as much -- is burned into pro wrestling fan's...

HBK returns to Raw, puts Randy Orton to sleep

Just one night after winning the WWE Championship from Triple H at No Mercy, Randy Orton was confronted by "The Game's" best friend, a returning Shawn Michaels.

A Triple (H) dose of 'The Game' at No Mercy 2007

If one didn't know any better, one might think "No Mercy 2007" was nothing more than a vanity project for the notoriously big ego of then active WWE superstar Triple H.

The infamous Heroes of Wrestling PPV

During a time when pro wrestling was at its highest peak, one show managed to stick out as absolutely, unequivocally worse than anything else during its period. That would be the infamous "Heroes...

Bret Hart vs. Curt Hennig ... nuff said

It was always a treat to get to watch two of the greatest pro wrestlers who ever lived ply their craft against one another and that's exactly what we got on this date in WWF history when Bret Hart...

Joe vs. Kobashi in a five-star classic

Samoa Joe and Kenta Kobashi had what was quite possibly the greatest match in the history of Ring of Honor on this date in pro wrestling history, putting on a five-star classic in New York.

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