What happened on December 2nd in wrestling? Sting made his debut and Kenny Omega won the World Title on a huge episode of AEW Dynamite.
On this day in wrestling, The Undertaker seemed to crucify Steve Austin live on Raw. But according to WWE it was most certainly on a symbol, NOT a cross!
On this day in wrestling history, Shane Douglas picked up a huge win to begin a record-setting ECW Heavyweight Championship reign.
On this day in wrestling, the most powerful couple in WWE history tie the knot in unusual fashion.
On this day in wrestling history, Sasha Banks won an action packed Falls Count Anywhere match to win the WWE Women’s title from Charlotte, in Charlotte!
On this day in wrestling history, WWE legend The Undertaker won his first WWF Championship with a win over Hulk Hogan.
On this day in wrestling history, Lex Luger wrestled his final match in a major promotion with TNA…And not a whole lot else happened!
On this day in wrestling, Booker T made his debut for TNA Wrestling in a dream tag team match with Sting against Kevin Nash and Kurt Angle.
On this day in wrestling, one of Britian’s greatest wrestling exports won the WWE Intercontinental Championship on home soil.
On this day in wrestling history…The Montreal Screwjob. A moment that would change the WWE, Bret Hart, Vince McMahon and wrestling in general forever.
On this day in wrestling, one of the most beloved wrestlers in history, Eddie Guerrero, wrestled his final match on WWE SmackDown.
On this day in wrestling history, AJ Styles became the first man to ever win the WWE Championship away from North American soil.
On this day in wrestling history, a groundbreaking AAA PPV held in LA opened the American audience’s eyes to the stars of Lucha Libre.
On this day in wrestling history, Steve Corino won the ECW Title in a unique match format that saw a whole four man tournament take place within one match.
On this day in wrestling history, Monday Night Raw played host to a WWE dream match between Seth Rollins and Adam Cole.