Today In Pro Wrestling History (March 11): Sting Topples Big Van Vader in London

Today in Pro Wrestling History: On March 11th, 1993, Sting achieved a significant milestone in his wrestling career by defeating Big Van Vader to capture the WCW World Heavyweight Championship at a house show in London, England.

This victory was a notable moment in the ongoing rivalry between Sting and Vader, showcasing Sting’s resilience and skill in overcoming one of wrestling’s most formidable opponents.

Today In Pro Wrestling History (March 11th): Sting Topples Big Van Vader in London

Today In Pro Wrestling History March 11

However, this triumph was short-lived, as Sting would lose the title back to Vader just six days later at another house show in Dublin, Ireland.

This series of events highlighted the intense competition and the back-and-forth nature of championship battles within WCW during that era, further solidifying both Sting and Vader’s legacies in the annals of professional wrestling history.

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