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On this day: Mark Henry’s 15 year journey leads him to Night of Champions where he sniffs out Randy Orton’s injured knee, allowing him to take down The Viper before landing the World’s Strongest Slam to win his first World Heavyweight Championship. (9/18/11)

On this day: Brock Lesnar’s saved by the bell while trapped in the Ankle Lock after tapping to one moments prior in the first 60 Minute Iron Man match on television, and after gaining 5 falls to Kurt Angle’s 4 with two F5s, the WWE Title belt, a superplex and Angle’s own Ankle Lock, Brock Lesnar is declared the winner and new WWE Champion. (9/18/03)

This Day in WCW History: Booker T’s able to avoid Kevin Nash’s Jackknife Powerbomb for a second time in a Caged Heat match before landing the Book End on Big Sexy to become a two-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion at Fall Brawl 2000.

On this day: Faced with having to leave RAW if he loses in Edge’s home of Toronto, Ontario, John Cena FU’s Edge off a ladder through a stack of tables before unlatching his third WWE Championship to overcome the Rated R Superstar and his girlfriend Lita in Cena’s first-ever TLC match. (9/17/06)

On this day: After being denied a Title shot by HHH earlier in the night, Steve Austin interrupts The Game’s defense of the WWF Title against hand-chosen opponent Mr. McMahon and takes out both Helmsley and Chyna with Stunners. Stone Cold then lies a bloodied Chairman atop HHH, allowing Shane McMahon to count three and Vince McMahon to win the WWF Championship. (9/16/99)

On this day: Daniel Bryan takes back his prize ripped away at SummerSlam by The Authority when he lands a kick to the head of Randy Orton out of a backslide, connects with the Knee Plus and receives a fast count from referee Scott Armstrong to win his second WWE Championship. (9/15/13)

This Day in WCW History: One night after departing Raven’s Flock and setting out on his own, Billy Kidman replaces an injured Kaz Hayashi and pulls off the upset against Juventud Guerrera by landing the Shooting Star Press to win his first World’s Cruiserweight Championship on the September 14, 1998 edition of Monday Nitro.

On this day: John Cena is able to twice escape being handcuffed to the turnbuckle in a vicious I Quit match before handcuffing himself to Randy Orton, which allows Cena to keep The Viper away from the key and lock in a modified STF that forces Orton to quit and nets Cena his fourth WWE Title. (9/13/09)

On this day: Randy Orton overcomes his former Evolution mates and Jonathan Coachman’s attempts to screw him over, only to be blasted with a steel chair by a bloodied Triple H, allowing the Cerebral Assassin to land a Pedigree on the chair and win his fourth World Heavyweight Championship. (9/12/04)

On this day: Sid Vicious’ self-counted undefeated streak extends to 80-0 at Fall Brawl when he avoids a Diving Headbutt from Chris Benoit and drops the Canadian Crippler with a Powerbomb to win his first United States Heavyweight Championship. (9/12/99)

This Day in WCW History: After unintentionally sending Arn Anderson into the official and taking him out, Dusty Rhodes avoids a chair shot to his injured knee and lands a DDT to The Enforcer on it before making the cover and winning his third World TV Championship on the September 9, 1986 edition of NWA Pro Wrestling.

This Day in WCW HistoryThe recently-formed duo of Arn Anderson & Larry Zybszko use a weight plate to injure Rick Steiner’s partner in the evening’s Tourney final, Bill Kazmaier, before facing the duo in the main event, which ends with Arn landing a rib shot to Kazmaier that allows Zbyszko to score the pin and earn The Enforcers their first WCW World Tag Team Championship at Clash of the Champions XVI: Fall Brawl.

On this day: Only a week after returning from injury, Jeff Hardy finally gains revenge for his February loss to Umaga over the IC Title by knocking The Samoan Bulldozer off the top rope and eking out a pin to earn his fourth Intercontinental Championship. (9/3/07)

On this day: Less than three months after NXT’s rebirth at Full Sail University, Seth Rollins makes history by defeating Jinder Mahal with a Buckle Bomb/Blackout combo in the Finals of the Gold Rush tournament to become WWE’s first-ever NXT Champion. (8/29/12)

On this day: Thanks to a ringside distraction from the man Rick Rude and Bobby Heenan had targeted in the months prior, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, The Ultimate Warrior is able to regain the upperhand on Rude in their WrestleMania rematch and win back the Intercontinental Championship. (8/28/89)