Daily Pro Wrestling History (11/09): The Montreal Screwjob

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Eugene, Oregon:
– Otis Clingman defeated Thor Jenson for the Pacific Coast Middleweight Title 


Wellington, New Zealand:
– Earl McCready defeated George Walker to become undisputed New Zealand Wrestling Union British Empire Heavyweight Champion.

Dayton, Ohio:
– Billy Weidner defeated The Great Mephisto to win the Midwest Wrestling Association Light Heavyweight Title


Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Bobby Managoff defeated Jack Claybourne for the Hawaii Heavyweight Title


Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
– Billy Goelz defeated Gypsy Joe to win the Wisconsin Junior Heavyweight Title

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Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Lucky Simunovich and Gino Garibaldi defeated Bob Langevin and Rom Rice for the vacant Hawaii Tag Team Title


St. Louis, Missouri:
– Lou Thesz defeated Whipper Billy Watson to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title 


Columbus, Ohio:
– Ivan Bornov and The Great Malenko defeated Frankie Talaber and Leon Graham for the MWA Ohio Tag Team Title 


Honolulu, Hawaii:
– Lord James Blears and Neff Maivia defeated Shoulders Newman and Ted Travis for the NWA Hawaii Tag Team Title 


Atlanta, Georgia:
– Fred Blassie defeated Grizzley Smith to win the Georgia Heavyweight Title


– Terry Garvin and Chin Lee are awarded the Gulf Coast version of the NWA Southern Tag Team Title


Seoul, South Korea:
– Kintaro Ohki defeated Buddy Austin for the vacant All-Asia Heavyweight Title 


Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
– Don Leo Jonathan and Steven Little Bear defeated Chati Yokouchi and Yasu Fuji to win the Vancouver version of the NWA Canadian Tag Team Title


Wakayama, Japan:
– Wahoo McDaniel defeaeds Strong Kobayashi for the IWA (Japan) World Heavyweight Title 

Phoenix, Arizona:
– Chris Colt and Bobby Mayne (Bobby Jaggers) defeated Tito Montez and Kurt Von Steiger to win the NWA Western States Tag Team Title


Greensboro, North Carolina:
– Terry Funk defeated Paul Jones in a tournament final for the vacant NWA United States Heavyweight Title 


Shreveport, Louisiana:
– The Spoiler defeated Bill Watts for the Mid-South version of the NWA North American Heavyweight Title 


Denver, Colorado: Attendance was 7,957
– Andre The Giant won a 16 man, $25,000 battle royal
– Andre The Giant beat Jesse Ventura by countout
– Super Destroyer Mark II beat Mad Dog Vachon
– Greg Gagne beat Sonny Driver
– Billy Robinson drew Super Destroyer Mark III 
– Adrian Adonis beat Steve Olsonoski 
– Dino Bravo beat Ron Ritchie 


Obuyama, Japan:
– Yukari Ohmori and Mimi Hagiwara defeated Nancy Kumi and Ayumi Hori to win the World Women’s Wrestling Association Tag Team Title


Memphis, Tennessee:
– Dutch Mantel defeated Phil Hickerson for the Continental Wrestling Association International Heavyweight Title 

Portland, Oregon:
– Bobby Jaggers defeated Ricky Vaughn (Lance Von Erich) to win the NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title 


Tulsa, Oklahoma:
– Bill Irwin and Leroy Brown defeated John Tatum and Jack Victory to win the UWF Tag Team Title 
– Savannah Jack defeated Buddy Roberts for the UWF Television Title

Caguas, Puerto Rico:
– Invader III won the WWC Junior Heavyweight Title by defeating Don Kent 


Memphis, Tennessee:
– Jeff Jarrett defeated Jimmy Jack Funk to win the NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Title 


Memphis, Tennessee:
– Eric Embry defeated Tom Prichard to win the USWA Southern Heavyweight Title 


Tokyo, Japan:
– Lance Storm and Yuji Yasuraoka won the WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Title from Jushin Liger and El Samurai 

Memphis, Tennessee:
– The Bruise Brothers defeated Brian Christopher & Wolfie D to win the USWA Tag Team Title 


WWE Survivor Series: Montreal, Ontario, Canada:
– Shawn Michaels defeated Bret Hart to win the WWF World Title 
– Steve Austin defeated Owen Hart to win the WWF Intercontinental Title
– The Legion of Doom (Hawk and Animal), Ahmed Johnson and Ken Shamrock defeated The Nation of Domination (The Rock, Faarooq, Kama Mustafa and D’Lo Brown)
– Kane (with Paul Bearer) defeated Mankind


Louisville, Kentucky
– CM Punk defeated Kenny Doane for the OWV TV Title


TNA Turning Point: Orlando, Florida:
– Beer Money defeated The Motor City Machine Guns to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– Kurt Angle defeated Abyss in a falls count anywhere match
– Sting defeated AJ Styles to retain the TNA World Title

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