1986 – Rick Rude emerges in the NWA with Paul Jones as his manager and immediately lets everyone know that he will be forming a team with Manny Fernandez.
After being inactive since the early Fall, the AWA World Heavyweight title is officially retired when the reigning champion, Larry Zbyszko, leaves for WCW
At a RAW is WAR taping, Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels to win the WWF European Championship, when his fellow D-Generation X member lays down for him
The Rowdy Scot is looking for a partner crazy enough to join forces with… and he’s found one in the Boogie Woogie Man
The Nature Boy cuts an insane, bloody promo on Wahoo McDaniel, telling him the US title is ‘second best’ to the Ten Pounds of Gold
At Vengeance, Chris Jericho defeats The Rock and then Steve Austin to unify the WCW & WWF titles and become the first Undisputed Champion
Watch Stone Cold and The People’s Champion have their first pay-per-view singles encounter, an Intercontinental title match at “In Your House: D-Generation X”
1998 – WWF play-by-play announcer Jim Ross suffers a Bells Palsy attack while calling the Capital Carnage event in the United Kingdom
2012 – The legendary Hart Family home, where dozens of famous wrestlers were trained, is named an official heritage site by the City of Calgary
The WWF stages one of its least successful events of all-time, a mid-week pay per view that saw Hulk Hogan win the WWF World title from The Undertaker
Shoei ‘Giant’ Baba defeats Jack Brisco, 2-1 in a best of three falls match, to win his first NWA World Heavyweight Championship
At November to Remember, Shane Douglas defeats Bam Bam Bigelow to win the ECW World Heavyweight Championship, beginning a record 405-day title reign
After Jack Brisco defends the NWA title against The King in Memphis, his brother Jerry talks about the circumstances surrounding the match with Lance Russell
The NWA and Jim Crockett promotions present a sky-high event that sees The Road Warriors battle the Midnight Express – 25 feet above the ring!
1985 – In ‘The Original Screwjob’, The Fabulous Moolah dons a mask as The Spider, and defeats Wendi Richter for the WWF Womens title in a highly dubious finish