Daily Pro Wrestling History (10/16): TNA Bound for Glory 2011

July 15, 2020 0 By JohnValbyNation

1941

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Orville Brown defeated Lee Wykoff in 2 out of 3 falls to win the MWA World Heavyweight Title 
– Steve Brody beat Al Lovelock 
– Jack Kennedy beat Albion Britt 

1947

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Ernie Dusek beat Warren Bockwinkel 2 falls to 1
– Sonny Myers beat Cardiff Giant 2 falls to 1 

1951 

Tampa, Florida:
–  Mae Young defeated Cory Coombs to win the Florida Women’s title

1974

Miami Beach, Florida:
– Dusty Rhodes beat Terry Funk in an I Quit match
– Eddie & Mike Graham beat Dick Slater & Toru Tanaka via DQ in a Florida tag team title match
– Johnny Gray & Mike Pappas beat The Hollywood Blondes
– Jerry Brisco drew Pak Song
– Don Muraco beat Greg Valentine
– Bob Backlund beat Dennis Stamp
– Mongolian Stomper beat Vic Rossitani 
– Frankie Hester beat George McCreary

1976 

Greensboro, North Carolina:
– Tim Woods defeated Angelo Mosca to win the Television Title
– Ric Flair defeated Wahoo McDaniel to win the Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Title 
– Paul Jones defeated Blackjack Mulligan to win the United States Championship 

Bayamon, Puerto Rico:
– Eric The Red defeated Carlos Colon for the WWC North American Heavyweight Title 
– Higo Hamaguci & Gordon Nelson defeated Antonino Rocca & Miguel Perez to win the WWC North American Tag Team Titles

1977

Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
– Stan Stasiak beat Waldo Von Erich (sub Superstar Billy Graham) by countout
– AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel beat Domenic Denucci 
– AWA Tag Team Champions Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat Bobby Duncum & Black Jack Lanza 
– Billy Robinson beat Kurt Von Hess 
– Billy Red Lyons & Dewey Robertson drew Chris Tolos & Reginald Love 1
– Jay Strongbow beat Wolfman 
– Tiger Jeet Singh beat Terry Yorkston 
– Angelo Mosca beat Steve Bolus 

1981 

Knoxville, Tennessee:
– Les Thorton defeated Jerry Brisco to win the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion

1982 

San Juan, Puerto Rico:
– Invader I defeated Dory Funk Jr. to win the WWC Puerto Rican Heavyweight Title

1987 

Denver, Colorado:
– Wahoo McDaniel won a battle royal
– Original Midnight Express & Adrian Adonis beat Ray Stevens & Wahoo McDaniel & Tommy Rich by DQ
– AWA Champion Curt Hennig beat Jerry Blackwell
– Kevin Kelly beat DJ Peterson
– Dick Slater beat Mitch Snow
– JT Southern beat Soldat Ustinov

– Nelson Royal is awarded the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title

Kansas City, Missouri:
– UWF TV Champion Terry Taylor defeated Steve Cox
– Sting & Shane Douglas defeated Tiger Conway Jr. & Shaska Whatley
– Jimmy Garvin defeated the Enforcer
– The Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams) defeated The Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner) to win the UWF Tag Team Title 

Norfolk, Virginia:
– Sean Royal fought MOD Squad Basher to a draw
– Bugy McGraw defeated MOD Squad Spike
– Kendall Windham defeated Samurai Warrior #1
– Mike Rotundo defeated Samurai Warrior #2
– Kevin Sullivan fought the Warlord to a draw
– Chris Champion & Sean Royal defeated NWA US Tag Team Champions Bobby Eaton & Stan Lane via disqualification
– NWA US Champion Lex Luger defeated NWA Western States Heritage Champion Barry Windham
– NWA Tag Team Champions Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard defeated Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson in a steel cage match

1988 

Caguas, Puerto Rico:
– Brad & Bart Batten defeated Chicky & Ron Starr to win the WWC World Tag Team Titles

Providence, Rhode Island:
– Ted DiBiase defeated Randy Savage to win the King of the Ring Tournament 

1992

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Robbie Walker defeated Scotty Flamingo
– Steve Austin defeated Brad Armstrong
– Erik Watts & Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas
– Van Hammer defeated Bobby Eaton
– Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman
– Sting defeated Cactus Jack
– WCW US Champion Rick Rude defeated Nikita Koloff in a death match
– Sting defeated Jake Roberts in a lights out match

1993 

Cumberland, Kentucky:
– Chris Candido beat Anthony Michaels
– Tim Horner beat The Dirty White Boy
– Tracy Smothers beat SMW Champ Brian Lee via DQ
– Rick Morton & Tim Horner beat Tom Pritchard & Jim Cornette
– Tracy Smothers won a battle royal

Kansas City, Missouri:
– Big Sky defeated Steve Ray
– Erik Watts pinned the Equalizer
– Ron Simmons defeated Paul Orndorff
– WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal defeated WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes (neither title was at stake in the match)
– The Nasty Boys defeated WCW Tag Team Champions 2 Cold Scorpio & Marcus Alexander Bagwell via disqualification
– WCW International World Champion Rick Rude defeated Ricky Steamboat
– Sting pinned Sid Viciou

1994

Anaheim, California:
– WCW TV Champion Johnny B. Badd pinned Jean Paul Levesque w
– Dave Sullivan fought Kevin Sullivan to a double count-out
– The Honkytonk Man defeated Brian Pillman
– WCW Tag Team Champions Marcus Alexander Bagwell & the Patriot defeated Paul Orndorff & Paul Roma 
– WCW US Champion Jim Duggan defeated Steve Austin via reverse decision
– Sting pinned Lord Steven Regal 
– Dustin Rhodes & the Nasty Boys defeated Arn Anderson, Bunkhouse Buck, & Terry Funk
– WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair via disqualification 

1997 

Queens, New York:
– Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Shane Douglas to win the ECW World Heavyweight Title

2000 

Detroit, Michigan:
– William Regal defeated Al Snow to win the WWF European Heavyweight Title

2011

TNA Bound for Glory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
– TNA Tag Team Champions Hernandez & Anarquia (w/ Rosita & Sarita) defeated Jesse Neal & Shannon Moore
– Rob Van Dam defeated Jerry Lynn in a Full Metal Mayhem match
– Crimson defeated Samoa Joe and Matt Morgan
– Mr. Anderson defeated Bully Ray in a falls count anywhere match
– TNA X Division Champion Austin Aires defeated Brian Kendrick to retain the title
– Velvet Sky defeated Winter (with Angelina Love), Mickie James and Madison Rayne to win the TNA Knockouts Title (Karen Jarrett 
  was the special referee)
– AJ Styles defeated Christopher Daniels in an I Quit Match
– Sting defeated Hulk Hogan (w/ Ric Flair)
– TNA Champion Kurt Angle defeated Bobby Roode to retain the title

2012

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Kofi Kingston defeated The Miz to win the Intercontinental Title