Daily Pro Wrestling History (10/31): WWE Crown Jewel 2019

1940

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Orville Brown beat Jim Wright 2 falls to 0
– Steve Brody beat Ray Schwartz 2 out of 3 falls
– Jack Hader beat Jim Parker 

1958

St. Joseph, Missouri:
– Bob Geigel defeated Bob Ellis in a tournament final to win Central States Title

1973

Chicago, Illinois:
– AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Billy Robinson & Red Bastien by countout
– Jimmy Valiant beat Bull Bullinski
– Bob Ellis beat Larry Heiniemi
– Superstar Billy Graham no contest Wilbur Snyder
– Pepper Gomez beat Ric Flair

1974

Jacksonville, Florida:
– Canadian Death Match: Jos LeDuc defeated Pak Song 
– Florida Tag Titles: Dick Slater & Professor Toru Tanaka defeated Mike Graham & Dusty Rhodes 
– Jerry Brisco defeated “Cowboy” Bill Watts by DQ
– Mongolian Stomper defeated Vic Rossitani 
– Bob Armstrong & Tony Charles defeated Hollywood Blondes 
– Bob Backlund defeated Gil Hayes 
– Tony Parisi defeated Gene Lewis 
– Frank Hester drew Beautiful Bruce

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1979 

Nagoya, Japan:
– Giant Baba defeated Harley Race to win the NWA World Heavyweight Wrestling Title (title switch was not planned in advance by the NWA)

1981

Milwaukee, Wisconsin:
– Bodyslam challenge: Hulk Hogan beat Jerry Blackwell
– Andre the Giant won the 15-Man Battle royal for $50,000
– Jim Brunzell beat Bobby Heenan
– Greg Gagne no contest Sheik Adnan
– Tito Santana beat Bobby Duncum by DQ
– Laurent Soucie beat Jacques Goulet
– Buck Zumhofe beat Dizzy Ed Boulder (Brutus Beefcake)

1982

Toronto, Ontario, Canada:
– John Bonello fought Keith Larson to a 15 minutes a time limit draw
– The Destroyer defeated Mike Davis
– Leo Burke defeated Johnny Weaver by disqualification
– Leroy Brown defeated King Parsons
– Salvatore Bellomo defeated Swede Hanson
– Rudy and Terry Kay defeated Bill White and Private Nelson
– Jimmy Valiant defeated Ivan Koloff in a Siberian salt miner’s glove match
– Buddy Rose defeated WWF Champion Bob Backlund by countout

1983 

Memphis, Tennessee:
– Bobby Eaton, Bobby Fulton, The Jaguar & James Daniels beat Carl Fergie, Lucifer, The Russian Invader & Jim Cornette
– The Russian Invader beat Tom Prichard
– NWA Women’s Champ the Fabulous Moolah beat Judy Martin
– AWA Southern Tag Champs Dream Machine & Porkchop Cash beat Tommy Rogers & Koko Ware
– Dennis Condrey, Norvell Austin, & Buddy Landel beat The Rock-n-Roll Express & Ricky Gibson
– The Assassins beat Robert Reed & Ken Raper to win the CWA Tag Team championship
– CWA Tag Team Champs The Assassins vs. The Fabulous Ones resulted in a no contest, leading to the belts being held up
– Jerry Lawler & Austin Idol & Dutch Mantell beat The Moondogs (Rex & Spot) & Man Mountain Link

– Johnny Mantell defeated Jimmy Garvin for the WCCW TV title

1984

Fort Lauderdale, Florida:
– The Saint fought Mark Youngblood to a draw
– Jay Youngblood defeated Cocoa Samoa
– Krusher Kruschev & Jim Neidhart & the Saint defeated the One Man Gang & Larry Hamilton & Pez Whatley
– Mike Graham & Superstar Billy Graham defeated Kevin Sullivan & Purple Haze
– Jesse Barr defeated Scott McGhee
– Dory Funk Jr. defeated NWA World Champion Ric Flair by DQ

1985

Kansas City, Kansas:
– Brad Batten and Bart Batten defeated Akio Sato and Sheik Abdullah by disqualification
– Edcar Thomas defeated Ricky Starr
– Brett Sawyer vs. Gary Royal ended in a time limit draw
– Jerry Blackwell defeated an unknown competitor
– Bulldog Bob Brown vs. Marty Jannetty went to a double disqualification
– Harley Race defeated The Barbarian (John Nord)

1987

Sheboygan, Wisconsin:
– DJ Peterson won a Street Fight Battle royal
– Jerry Blackwell & Wahoo McDaniel beat AWA Tag Team Champions Original Midnight Express by DQ
– AWA Champion Curt Hennig beat Tommy Rich
– Adrian Adonis beat Mitch Snow
– D.J. Peterson beat Mr. Magnificent Kevin Kelly
– Dick Slater beat Alan West

1991

Phoenix, Arizona:
– Dustin Rhodes fought WCW TV Champion Steve Austin to a draw
– Big Josh pinned Johnny B. Badd
– WCW US Tag Team Champions Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip defeated Richard Morton & Terrance Taylor
– Van Hammer defeated Thomas Rich
– Van Hammer defeated Cactus Jack via disqualification
– WCW World Champion Lex Luger pinned WCW Light Heavyweight Champion Brian Pillman

1992

Chicago, Illinois:
– Erik Watts defeated Scotty Flamingo
– Steve Austin defeated Brad Armstrong
– Tom Zenk defeated Tony Atlas
– Shane Douglas defeated Brian Pillman via disqualification
– Van Hammer defeated Diamond Dallas Page
– WCW US Champion Rick Rude & Big Van Vader defeated Nikita Koloff & Kensuke Sasaki
– WCW/NWA Tag Team Champions Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham defeated Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton
– WCW World Champion Ron Simmons defeated the Barbarian

1998 

Tokyo, Japan:
– Mitsuharu Misawa defeated Kenta Kobashi for the All Japan Triple Crown 

2000 

Rochester, New York:
– Ivory defeated champion Lita, Trish Stratus and Jacqueline for the WWF Women’s Title

2019

WWE Crown Jewel: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:

– Humberto Carrillo won a pre-show battle royal to earn a United States title shot on the main card

– WWE Champion Brock Lesnar defeated Cain Velasquez to retain his title

– Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson won the Tag Team World Cup

– Mansoor defeated Cesaro

– Tyson Fury defeated Braun Strowman by countout

– United States Champion AJ Styles defeated Humberto Carrillo to retain his title

– Natalya defeated Lacey Evans

– Team Hogan (Roman Reigns, Ricochet, Ali, Rusev & Shorty G) defeated Team Flair (Randy Orton, Baron Corbin, Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre & Shinsuke Nakamura)

– “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt defeated Seth Rollins to win the Universal Championship

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