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#21 Posted on
September 15th Title Changes:
'98: X-Pac beats D'Lo Brown for the European Title

The day before my birthday in 1999, Vince McMahon won the WWF Championship. Worst birthday ever.

Benoitaholic #258

Since: 2.1.02
From: West Palm Beach, FL

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#22 Posted on

I'm pretty sure that Jericho and Benoit won the tag titles from Austin and HHH on my birthday May 21st. The night HHH blew out his quad.

Since: 2.1.02
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#23 Posted on
January 3, 2000: I turn 22 and HHH wins his third WWF Title and begins a series of matches with Mankind which leads to the return of Cactus Jack and the Royal Rumble 2K Street Fight!

Now that's a hell of a birthday present!

Once you start down the smark path, forever will it dominate your destiny.

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Shot in the dark

Since: 11.1.02
From: Houston

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#24 Posted on
April 14!

Not only the day the Titanic hit the iceberg, the day Lincoln was shot, and Pete Rose's's also my birthday, and...

2000: Taz beats Mike Awesome for the ECW Heavyweight Title, Indianapolis. IN.

Pretty exciting, no?

Q: If you could have interviewed Marvin Gaye, where would you have proposed to meet and what would you have asked him?

A: I would have met anywhere as long as it was before his father shot him. I would have asked him, "Hey, don't you think there's some chance that your father might shoot you? To death, I mean?"

Since: 7.1.02

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#25 Posted on
If you go to they have a search engine, where I entered 3/22 and this is what it spat out:

No WWF, WCW, or ECW changes. Now surprising on the WWF side, since that's traditionally right before Wrestlemania.

Jerry Lawler won his 26th USWA Unified World Title on 3/22/97, and the Truth Commission won the USWA tag titles on that same day.

Kensuke Sasaki and Shiro Koshinaka won the IWGP tag titles on my birthday in '99.

The CMLL Trios Tag Titles have changed hands twice on my birthday, in 1992 (The Untouchables) and 1996 (Dos Caras, Hector Garza, and La Fierra).

Joe G.
Mike Sweetser

Since: 2.1.02
From: Seattle, Washington

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#26 Posted on
Golly, thanks, I have a lot more. I feel kinda stupid.

On my birthday, March 26th...

1981: Perro Aguayo beats Gran Hamada in a tournament final to win the WWF light heavyweight title.
1991: The Texas Hangmen defeat Jeff Jarrett and Eddie Gilbert for the USWA tag team title.
1994: Shane Douglas pins Terry Funk for the ECW World heavyweight title.
2001: Billy Kidman and Rey Misterio Jr. beat Kid Romeo & Elix Skipper for the WCW cruiserweight tag team title.
2001: Booker T beats Scott Steiner for the WCW World heavyweight title.

There's others,but I don't feel like typing them all up. Those're the big ones.


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Since: 23.1.02
From: In a Blue State finally

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#27 Posted on
Originally posted by Scar
Good ol' Stone Cold won his first title at Wrestlemania XIV, on March 29. Which yes is my birthday.

Don't believe anything you hear, and only half of what you see.

March 29th! My B-Day too, rock on!

Aaron Thomas

Since: 8.1.02
From: Washington, D.C.

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#28 Posted on
Wow, lots of March birthdays here (in a row, anyway)

On March 31, throughout the years...

Wrestlemania was born! In 1985, the Iron Shiek and Nikolai Volkoff beat those real Americans, Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham for the WWF Tag Team belts. Also on that card, Wendi Richter won the WWF Women's title from Lelani Kai.

March being WM month, 11 years later, Shawn and Bret had their Ironman Match. HBK gets the win and his first belt.

In the year 2000 (in the year 2000!) Kidman is booked to a one-day WCW Cruiserweight championship reign, losing the title to TAFKA Prince Iaukea, the last Pre-New Era champ.

Sting beat Mike Rotundo in 1989 for the WCW TV Title, thus proving ... something. (At least the fact to bet against the Varsity Club winner on my birthday. And wasn't Lelani Kai the cheerleader for the last version of the VC in WCW? Hmmm...)

Finally for our Canadian brothers and sisters, the British Bulldogs won a tournament final for the vacant Stampede Tag belts back in 1984 (only to vacate them when they jumped to the WWF later that year).

Aaron Thomas
The Tino Standard

Since: 2.1.02
From: Ohio University (originally hailing from Concord, OH)

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#29 Posted on
Checking with a couple of websites, no titles that I'd consider major ever changed hands on my birthday (December 21).

There were a bunch of title changes, but just about all of them were territorial.

I mean, I guess that time when Chick Dude (I can't even make up a name like that) beat Albion Britt for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title on December 21, 1936 was a pretty big deal.

Also, Bobby Duncum defeated George Gaiser in Tampa, Fla. on Dec. 21, 1971 for the NWA Florida Brass Knuckles Title. That belt became defunct in 1984. No word on if Regal will try to revive it on the WWF's next trip to the Sunshine State.

Since: 25.1.02
From: Kirksville, MO

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#30 Posted on
The only title change I remember happening on my b-day (11/14) was Well, its the Big Show! winning the title in 1999.. and does it get any better than that.. SUCKA?!
David Adams

Since: 2.1.02
From: NJ

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#31 Posted on
Originally posted by Quezzy
Has anybody have won a title on your birthday?

Kane won the World Title on my birthday (June 28th) in '98

Which means that Austin won it back the next night and that is MY birthday!
The Producer

Since: 23.1.02
From: Cleveland, OH

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#32 Posted on
February 14 - and the big story was the epic, classic 1999 match when Hardcore Holly won his first hardcore championship in Memphis, TN defeating the redoubtable Al Snow for the belt after Road Dogg gave it up due to injury on the previous Raw.


That same night, Val Venis brought the love to dust Ken Shamrock for the IC belt, as well. Ah, what sweet, sweet memories.

When you've got it, flaunt it!

Since: 25.1.02
From: Kirksville, MO

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#33 Posted on
Well, looking through the online histories of WWF, WCW, and ECW, I get:
Steve Blackman defeating Crash for the WWF Hardcore title. Yep, nothing better than celebrating your 21st birthday (7/2/00) watching a Steve Blackman match.

I miss Kazoo theme songs....
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