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Title Run Of Youngest World Champion In WWE History Ended 19 Years Ago Today

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• Title Run Of Youngest World Champion In WWE History Ended 19 Years Ago Today

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 12, 2004, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Unforgiven 2004’ LIVE on PPV from the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon.

The PPV theme song of this single brand (RAW) pay-per-view was “Survival of the Sickest” by the band ‘Saliva’.

Randy Orton became the youngest World Champion in WWE history at SummerSlam 2004, when he won the title at the age of 24. At this event, his title reign ended.

Here are the PPV results:

– Chris Benoit and William Regal defeated Evolution

WWE Women’s Championship Match: Trish Stratus (c) defeated Victoria

– Tyson Tomko defeated Steven Richards

Ladder Match For The Vacant Intercontinental Championship: Chris Jericho defeated Christian

No DQ Match: Shawn Michaels defeated Kane

World Tag Team Championship Match: La Résistance (c) defeated Rhyno & Tajiri

World Heavyweight Championship Match: Triple H defeated Randy Orton (c)

New Video: Randy Orton Grabs His Wife’s Knockers On RAW:

• WWE Hall Of Famer Died 32 Years Ago Today At The Age Of 21

On this day in 1991, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Chris Von Erich (Real name: Chris Adkisson) by suicide at the very young age of 21.

He was the youngest son of Fritz Von Erich and also wanted to become a Professional Wrestler like his brothers Kerry, Kevin, David & Mike.

In 2009, he was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by long-time friend of the family Michael “P.S.” Hayes.


September 30, 1969 – September 12, 1991

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