Today In Pro Wrestling History (Dec 10): Terry Funk Wins the NWA World Heavyweight Title

Today in Pro Wrestling History: On December 10, 1975, a significant event in the world of professional wrestling unfolded at the Miami Beach Convention Hall.

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Today In Pro Wrestling History (December 10)

Today In Pro Wrestling History (Dec 10): Terry Funk Wins the NWA World Heavyweight Title

Terry Funk, an accomplished wrestler known for his tenacity and skill, faced off against the reigning champion, Jack Brisco, in a highly anticipated match. The stakes were high, as the NWA World Heavyweight Championship was on the line.

Terry Funk’s victory on this day was more than just a personal achievement; it was a historic moment in the annals of wrestling.

By defeating Jack Brisco, Terry not only claimed the coveted NWA World Heavyweight Championship but also etched his and his family’s name in wrestling history.

Alongside his brother, Dory Funk Jr., who had previously held the same title, they became the first siblings to both win this prestigious championship. This remarkable feat showcased the exceptional talent and legacy of the Funk family in professional wrestling and set a record that remains unmatched, highlighting their unique contribution to the sport.

The match itself was a display of athleticism, strategy, and resilience, with both wrestlers demonstrating why they were at the pinnacle of professional wrestling.

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