Today In Pro Wrestling History (9/6) Gail Kim Signs With TNA, New X-Division Champion & ROH Beating The Odds ’03

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One-time WWE Divas Champion Jillian Hall turns 34 today. 

2-time TNA X-Division Champion Low Ki turns 35 today. 

Former WWF & WCW star The Barbarian turns 56 today. 

WWE Hall of Famer Wendi Richter turns 53 today. 


1999: WWF Monday Night Raw defeated WCW Monday Nitro: 4.4 to 4.1 in the ratings.


2003: ROH Beating The Odds was held at the Charbonneau Field House, in Wakefield, Massachusetts. 750 people were in attendance to see the following take place:

* Colt Cabana defeated Jimmy Rave in a Field of Honor Tournament Match 

* Slyk Wagner Brown defeated Diablo Santiago 


* The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere) defeated The Ring Crew Express (Kevin Dunn & Kirby Marcos), The SaT (Jose & Joel Maximo0, & Special K (Izzy & Dixie) in a Tag Team Scramble Match 


* Matt Stryker defeated John Walters in a Field of Honor Tournament Match 

* The Carnage Crew (Justin Credible, HC Loc, & Tony DeVito) defeated Special K (Deranged, Angel Dust, & Hydro)
* Mark Briscoe defeated B.J. Whitmer 

* Homicide defeated Trent Acid in a Field of Honor Tournament Match

* Jay Briscoe defeated A.J. Styles, Samoa Joe, & Chris Sabin in a Four Corners Survivor Match 

* Raven defeated CM Punk in a Clock Work Orange House of Fun Match


2005: Former WWE Women’s Champion Gail Kim signed with TNA. She would go on to be their 1st ever TNA Knockout’s champion.

2007: Former WWE announcer Jonathan Coachman starts his job at ESPN. 

2009: Paul Orndorff, Terry Funk, Tully Blanchard, Gene Kiniski, Jerry Jarrett, Mil Mascaras, & Dennis Coralluzzo were inducted into the NWA Hall of Fame.


2010: Jay Lethal defeated Douglas Williams to win the TNA X-Division Title.

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