What happened in wrestling on 10th December? Rikishi took one of the most famous Hell In A Cell bumps in WWE history.
What Happened On December 9th in wrestling? Chris Jericho created history as the first ever Undisputed WWE Champion.
On this day in wrestling history, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin began his march to the very top of WWE by giving up the Intercontinental title in true Stone Cold fashion.
On this day in wrestling history, Goldberg and Bret Hart joined forces to win WCW gold. Their alliance would not last long. Hart retired soon after following an injury inflicted by Goldberg.
On this day in wrestling, Lita won the WWE Women’s title from Trish Stratus in a Monday Night Raw main event that became a landmark for women’s wrestling.
On this day in wrestling, one of the greatest wrestlers in history had his last ever professional wrestling match…In TNA!
On this day in wrestling history, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon buried his face in Rikishi’s ass.
Because, of course he did.
On January 3rd in wrestling history, an actual CAKE loses their ‘prestigious’ championship. Yes, it happened in Japan.
On this day in wrestling, WWE produced possibly the worst PPV in their history in terms of both creativity and commercial success. Also, Nick Aldis made history.
What happened on December 2nd in wrestling? Sting made his debut and Kenny Omega won the World Title on a huge episode of AEW Dynamite.
On this day in wrestling, The Undertaker seemed to crucify Steve Austin live on Raw. But according to WWE it was most certainly on a symbol, NOT a cross!
On this day in wrestling history, Shane Douglas picked up a huge win to begin a record-setting ECW Heavyweight Championship reign.
On this day in wrestling, the most powerful couple in WWE history tie the knot in unusual fashion.
On this day in wrestling history, Sasha Banks won an action packed Falls Count Anywhere match to win the WWE Women’s title from Charlotte, in Charlotte!
On this day in wrestling history, WWE legend The Undertaker won his first WWF Championship with a win over Hulk Hogan.