Wrestling History in May
On 1st May in wrestling history, Christian finally won his first World Championship with a ladder match victory over Alberto Del Rio.
On 5th May in wrestling history, Sheamus wins a battle royal in which Dean Ambrose is forced to defend his WWE United States Championship.
On 6th May in wrestling history, Kerry Von Erich won the NWA World Championship at a huge memorial show in honour of his late brother David.
On May 7th in wrestling history, a classic NWA Championship match between Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat was followed by a vicious attack by Terry Funk.
On 8th May in wrestling history, Edge cements his reputation as 'The Ultimate Opportunist' and TNA Wrestling is born!
On 9th May in wrestling history, referee Charles Robinson pulled off the second best Ric Flair impersonation on PPV ever.
On May 10th in wrestling history, WWE taped the first ever episode of the historic Saturday Night's Main Event series.
On 11th May in wrestling history, we saw the first ever PPV singles match between The Undertaker and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin at In Your House: A Cold Day In Hell.
On 12th May in wrestling history, Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels had a heated confrontation on Raw that furthered their on screen and real life rivalry.
On 13th May in wrestling history, Mikey Whipwreck shocked ECW with one of the most shocking title changes in wrestling history.
On 14h May in wrestling history, WWE presented their first ever In Your House event, much to the excitement of Todd Pettengill!
On May 15th in wrestling history, Chyna made her Impact Wrestling debut to team with Kurt Angle against Jeff and Karen Jarrett.
On May 16th in wrestling history, Rob Van Dam faced Jerry Lynn in one of the most acclaimed matches in ECW at Hardcore Heaven 1999.
On 17th May in wrestling history, two huge upsets were the highlights of the episode of Monday Night Raw in 1993 that truly put the show on the map.
On 18th May in wrestling history, WWE Hall Of Famer 'The British Bulldog' Davey Boy Smith sadly passed away.
On 19th May in wrestling history, a group hug at the end of a Madison Square Garden arguably changed the course of WWE history.
On 20th May in wrestling history, an exceptional NXT TakeOver: Chicago ended with a shocking betrayal after a tag team title loss.
On May 21st in wrestling history...The Undertaker made his long awaited WWE return but it was RIP Deadman, hello American Badass!
On May 22nd in wrestling history, AEW taped their big Stadium Stampede cinematic match at the home of the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.
On May 23rd in wrestling history, the three company figureheads of the Monday Night Wars met in the centre of a ring for the very first time on WWE Raw.
On 24th May in wrestling history, WWE presented 'Raw Is Owen', a Monday night special dedicated to the memory of Owen Hart.
On May 25th in wrestling history, Jon Moxley made a thrilling debut at the conclusion of AEW's first ever PPV, Double Or Nothing.
On May 26th in wrestling history, WWE suffered a rare production issue with a PPV broadcast when the lights went out on In Your House 8: Beware Of Dog.
On 27th May in wrestling history, we look back at Scott Hall making his WCW debut as an Outsider and changing wrestling forever.
On 28th May in wrestling history, we look back at the Intercontinental Casket match between the Undertaker and Goldust at Beware Of Dog 2.
On 29th May in wrestling history, we look back at the first ever NXT TakeOver, and also the first Tag Team Title reign for Too Cool
On 30th May in wrestling history, we take a look back at Sonjay Dutt winning the IMPACT!