Wrestling History

March 21st – On This Day In Wrestling History

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1994 – The night after WrestleMania X, Monday Night Raw tapings took place at the Manhattan Centre. At the tapings, a ten man tag occurred that was originally scheduled for WrestleMania but was cut at the last moment due to time constraints. The match saw The Headshrinkers (Samu and Fatu), Jeff Jarrett, IRS and ‘The Model’ Rick Martel defeat The Smoking Gunns (Billy and Bart), The 1-2-3 Kid, Tatanka and Sparky Plugg.

1998 – The Slammy Awards took place at the Weston Hotel in Chicago. This was the last occurrence of the awards until 2008.

2000 – ECW’s Living Dangerously PPV took place at the Convention Centre in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The main event saw FTW Champion Taz defeat ECW Champion Sabu to unify the two titles.

2010 – TNA Destination X took place at The Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida. The main event saw AJ Styles defend the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Abyss. The match went to a no contest after interference from Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair and Desmond Wolfe.

2017 – At a SmackDown taping in Uncasville, Connecticut, Jimmy and Jey Uso defeated American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable) to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championships.

2021 – WWE Fastlane took place at The ThunderDome in Florida. No titles changed hands, with Roman Reigns successfully defending the Universal Championship against Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson) in the main event. Drew McIntyre also defeated Sheamus in a brutal contest, and The Fiend returned to stun Randy Orton and allow Alexa Bliss to win their intergender match.

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