Today In Pro Wrestling History (March 1): Taz and Bam Bam Break the Ring

Today In Pro Wrestling History: On March 1st, 1998, a groundbreaking event took place at ECW Living Dangerously.

Bam Bam Bigelow faced off against Taz for the World Television Championship, a match that would etch itself into wrestling history.

Today In Pro Wrestling History (March 1st): Taz and Bam Bam Break the Ring

Today In Pro Wrestling History March 1

In a stunning and unforgettable moment, Taz had Bigelow in the Tazmission, only for Bigelow to counter by falling backward.

The impact was so intense that it broke the wooden structure beneath the ring canvas. Taz was left unconscious, allowing Bigelow to pin him and claim the championship.

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