TODAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY… NOV 30th: The Franchise reigns Supreme

DATELINE: NOV 30, 1997 – THE GOLDEN DOME – MONACA, PN


At November to Remember, Shane Douglas defeats Bam Bam Bigelow to win the ECW World Heavyweight Championship, beginning a record 405-day run with the belt.

Douglas would hold the title until January of 1999 when he was defeated by Taz. The Franchise also owns the second longest world title reign in ECW history, a 385-day reign beginning in 1994 and through part of 1995.




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