On this day in wrestling history, Hiroshi Tanahashi broke a NJPW record in a classic match against AJ Styles in 2014.
On this day in wrestling history…WCW megastar Goldberg won his first WWE gold with a victory of Triple H.
On this day in wrestling history, arguably the greatest Indie wrestler of the modern era began his history making WWE journey with his first title win in the company.
On this day in wrestling history, one of the finest wrestlers of all time won his first WWE World Title…And it wasn’t even on TV!
On this day in wrestling….TNA unveiled the much anticipated ‘They’ faction featuring one of the most unexpected heel turns in modern wrestling.
On this day in wrestling history, one of the most decorated champions in wrestling history won the Intercontinental Championship for the very first time.
On This Day in wrestling, John Cena and Edge engaged in a titanic TLC contest in Toronto and an iconic star won his first NWA title.
On this day in wrestling history, one of the biggest signings in TNA’s history made their impact debut. Kurt Angle arrived in the Impact Zone.
On This Day In Wrestling History…One of the biggest legends in wrestling history claims their last ever title win.
On this day in wrestling history…October 7th 2015 saw arguably the greatest match in the history of North American women’s wrestling at NXT TakeOver: Respect.
On this day in wrestling history, WWE presented one of the best non-gimmick tag team matches in modern history at the Battleground PPV.
This date in wrestling history saw one of the most iconic bouts in WWE history take place. The first Hell In A Cell match!
On this day in wrestling history, WWE presented the first Hell In A Cell PPV on a date packed with incident over the years.
On this day in wrestling history….WWE action came to the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.
On this day in wrestling, we saw the first episode of AEW Dynamite in 2019. The launch of WWE’s biggest competitor in almost 20 years.