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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 24, 2005) – Great American Bash 2005

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on July 24, 2005, Great American Bash 2005 PPV took place at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York.

In the main event of the show, Batista defended the World Heavyweight Championship against JBL.

This show also marked the final WWE appearance of the Muhammad Hassan character. Below are the results:

WWE Tag Team Championship Match: The Legion of Doom (Animal and Heidenreich) def. MNM (Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro) (c) to win the Titles.

– Booker T def. Christian

United States Championship Match: Orlando Jordan (c) def. Chris Benoit to retain the Titles.

– The Undertaker def. Muhammad Hassan

– The Mexicools (Super Crazy, Juventud and Psicosis) def. The bWo (Big Stevie Cool, The Blue Meanie and Hollywood Nova)

– Rey Mysterio def. Eddie Guerrero

Bra and Panties match with Candice Michelle as Special Guest Referee: Melina def. Torrie Wilson

World Heavyweight Championship Match: JBL def. Batista (c) via DQ.

Below are the highlights from the show:

• Former TNA Wrestler Sentenced To Prison

Former TNA wrestler Ayako Hamada has been sentenced to prison for 18 months. According to Yahoo Japan, she was alleged with drug charges. Hamada was arrested at her home on 13th May. This led to her Pro Wrestling Wave departure and Sendai Girls Pro Wrestling stripping her of their world title.

She told a promoter that she would miss their event because she was being held at knifepoint by someone due to which Police started investigation against her in May. They found her acting strange. She was tested positive for drugs and admitted that she took them through her nose.

The former two-time TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion will now be spending 18 months in prison.

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