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PWG: The 2nd Annual Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza – Night Two (07.05)

PWG: The 2nd Annual Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza – Night Two
July 10, 2005
Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood/Los Feliz JCC

The current PWG Champs were as follows:
PWG Champion: AJ Styles (4/2/2005)
PWG Tag Team Champions: Aerial Xpress (7/9/2005)

Your hosts are Disco Machine and TARO. Read the rest of this entry

PWG All Star Weekend: Night One (04.01.05)

PWG All Star Weekend: Night One
April 1, 2005
Los Angeles, CA
Jewish Community Center

The current PWG Champs were as follows:
PWG Champion: Super Dragon (11/13/2004)
PWG Tag Team Champions: Chris Bosh & Scott Lost (10/9/2004)

Your hosts are Excalibur and Disco Machine. Read the rest of this entry

ROH World Heavyweight Title History

Champion Won From Date City/Event
Low-Ki Christopher Daniels 7/27/2002 Crowning A Champion[1]
Xavier Low-Ki 9/21/2002 Unscripted
Samoa Joe Xavier 3/22/2003 Night of Champions
Austin Aries Samoa Joe 12/26/2004 Final Battle
CM Punk Austin Aries 6/18/2005 Death Before Dishonor III
James Gibson CM Punk 8/12/2005 Redemption[2]
Bryan Danielson James Gibson 9/17/2005 Glory By Honor IV
Homicide Bryan Danielson 12/23/2006 Final Battle
Takeshi Morishima Homicide 2/17/2007 Fifth Year Festival
Nigel McGuinness Takeshi Morishima 10/6/2007 Undeniable
Jerry Lynn Nigel McGuinness 4/3/2009 Supercard of Honor IV
Austin Aries (2) Tyler Black 6/13/2009 Manhattan Mayhem III[3]

Footnotes:
[1]: Once a 16-man tournament reached the quarterfinals, the remaining competitors were Low-Ki, Christopher Daniels, Doug Williams, and Spanky. These four men met in a four-way 60-minute ironman match where the wrestler with the most falls wins the title. Also if you suffered a pinfall, you would lose a point from your score. After 60 minutes, Low-Ki barely beat out Christopher Daniels with a score of 3-2 to become the first-ever Ring of Honor champion.
[2]: This was a fatal four-way match which also included Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniels.
[3]: This was a triple-threat match which also included the ROH world champion Jerry Lynn; however, Aries scored the pinfall on Black.

Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com

ROH: Manhattan Mayhem

ROH: Manhattan Mayhem
New York, NY
5/7/2005

ROH World Champion: Austin Aries (since 12/26/2004)
ROH Pure Champion: Jay Lethal (since 3/5/2005)
ROH Tag Team Champions: BJ Whitmer & Jimmy Jacobs (since 4/2/2005)

Good Times, Great Memories with Colt Cabana: He’s in downtown New York, DADDY-O! People are asked what they think of Nigel McGuinness and one guy who looks like he was a tad irresponsible with LSD back in the ’60s says, “He sounds like he has a British sounding name.” Classic stuff.

From there, we go to Earlier Today. Samoa Joe meets Jay Lethal in the ring. Lethal starts to thank Joe for all he’s done for him until Joe shoves him back and yells at him because obviously he’s taught Jay nothing if he’s here to thank him right before they get into the ring. Joe is here to take his title, and if Lethal has learned anything from Joe, its that he has to do whatever it takes to keep Joe from taking his belt. To prove Joe wrong, Lethal pie faces Joe into the corner and tells him after tonight, Lethal will tell Joe where to meet HIM from now on. Okay, I am really feeling this title match now.

Your hosts are Jimmy Bower & Dave Prazak. Read the rest of this entry

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