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This Day In Wrestling History – March 30th‏



Events

In 1996, WWF presents The Slammy Awards Show

– Sunny wins Best Buns
– Shawn Michaels wins Best Slammin’ Jammin’ Entrance
– Bret Hart’s Sharpshooter wins Best Finisher
– Vader’s attack on Gorilla Monsoon wins Crime of the Century
– Ahmed Johnson wins Best New Wrestler
– Jerry Lawler wins Biggest Mouth
– Sunny wins Manager of the Year
– Freddie Blassie wins the Lifetime Achievement Award
– Shawn Michaels & Razor Ramon’s Ladder Match from Summerslam 95 wins the US West Match of the Year Award

In 2003, Wrestlemania XIX was the first Wrestlemania to be held under the WWE banner and was also the first to be held after the Brand Extension. It took place in Seattle, Washington

– On Heat, Lance Storm & Chief Morley defeat Kane & Rob Van Dam to retain the World Tag Team Titles
– Matt Hardy defeats Rey Mysterio to win the WWE Cruiserweight Title
– Trish Stratus defeats Victoria & Jazz in a Triple Threat Match to win the WWE Womens Title
– Team Angle (Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin) defeat Chris Benoit & Rhyno and Los Guerreros (Eddie & Chavo) in a Triple Threat Match to retain the WWE Tag Team Titles
– Triple H defeats Booker T to retain the World Heavyweight Title
– Hulk Hogan defeats Vince McMahon in a Street Fight
– The Rock defeats Steve Austin
– Brock Lesnar defeats Kurt Angle to win the WWE Title

In 2008, Wrestlemania XXIV was the first Mania to be held outdoors since Wrestlemania IX. For you tech-heads out there, it was also the first WWE event to be released on Blu-Ray. It was held in Orlando, Florida

– On the WWE.com preview show, Kane wins a 24-man Battle Royal, earning himself an ECW Title shot on the PPV
– CM Punk wins the Money In The Bank Ladder Match
– Kane defeats Chavo Guerrero to win the ECW Title
– Shawn Michaels defeats Ric Flair, forcing Flair to retire
– Randy Orton defeats Triple H & John Cena in a Triple Threat Match to retain the WWE Title
– Floyd Mayweather defeats The Big Show by Knockout in a No-DQ Match
– The Undertaker defeats Edge to win the World Heavyweight Title

Title Changes

1998 – on Raw, The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Road Dogg) defeat Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie in a Cage Match to win the WWF Tag Team Titles

1999 – on Heat, Shane McMahon retires the WWF European Title

1999 – on Raw, Kane & X-Pac defeat Jeff Jarrett & Owen Hart to win the WWF Tag Team Titles

2000 – Billy Kidman defeats The Artist to win the WCW Cruiserweight Title

2010 – on Smackdown, Jack Swagger cashes in his Money In The Bank and defeats Chris Jericho to win the World Heavyweight Title

Birthdays

Happy birthday to WWE star Trent Barretta (24), former WWF Tag Team Champion Mike ‘IRS’ Rotunda (53), former WWE star Zach Gowen (28) and multiple time champion across the NWA Ron Garvin (66)


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3 Responses

  1. Joe L says:

    On the WM24 results, you forgot JBL over Finlay

  2. Jamie says:

    I didn’t forget it, I just didn’t consider it to be a major match, so I left it off

    You’ll notice I also missed Batista-Umaga and the Divas tag match

  3. Some additional title changes:

    1981 Junkyard Dog & Dick Murdoch def. Ernie Ladd & Leroy Brown for the MSW Mid-South Tag Team Title

    1981 Bob Sweetan def. Mike George for the TSW Tri-State Title

    1986 The Fantastics (Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton) def. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams) for the UWF Tag Team Title

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