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Special Guest: Handsome Jimmy Valiant

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  • WWA (Indianapolis) World Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating Dick the Bruiser and Bruno Sammartino (January 5, 1974);
  • WWA (Indianapolis) World Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating Dick the Bruiser and Bruno Sammartino (February 7, 1974);
  • WWA (Indianapolis) World Heavyweight title defeating Bob Ellis (1974);
  • WWWF (World Wide Wrestling Federation) Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating Tony Garea and Dean Ho (May 8, 1974);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating Dean Ho and Ken Mantell (July 16, 1976);
  • NWA (San Francisco) World Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating The Royal Kangaroos (December 4, 1976);
  • WWA (Indianapolis) World Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating Moose Cholak and Paul Christy (February 12, 1977);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Heavyweight title by winning a Tournament (September 25, 1977);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Jerry Lawler (November 28, 1977);
  • NWA (Florida) United States Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant [presumably recognized upon arrival] (January 1978);
  • WWA (Indianapolis) World Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valiant defeating Wilbur Snyder and Dominic Denucci (July 22, 1978);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Jerry Lawler (January 3, 1980);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Tag Team titles w/Rocky Johnson defeating Dennis Condrey and David Shults (May 12, 1980);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Bill Irwin (August 25, 1980);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Hector Guerrero in Tournament Final (January 17, 1981);
  • AWA (Memphis) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Dream Machine (September 14, 1981);
  • Mid-Atlantic Television title defeating Ivan Koloff (January 2, 1982);
  • Mid-Atlantic Television title defeating Ivan Koloff (June 6, 1982);
  • Mid-Atlantic Television title defeating Ivan Koloff (October 17, 1982);
  • NWA (Tennessee) Mid-America Heavyweight title defeating Iron Mike Sharpe (March 11, 1985);
  • USWA Unified World Heavyweight title defeating Jerry “The King” Lawler (February 26, 1990);
  • USWA Unified World Heavyweight title defeating Jerry “The King” Lawler (April 28, 1990);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Dr. Death (March 16, 1992);