Today in Pro Wrestling History: (May 28): Bruiser & Crusher Take the Titles

Today in Pro Wrestling History: On May 28th, 1996, Da Crusher and Dick the Bruiser win the AWA World Tag Team championship, ending the 294-day reign of Larry Hennig and Harley Race.

Today in Pro Wrestling History: (May 28): Bruiser & Crusher Take the Titles

Today In Pro Wrestling History May 28

In the end, Da Crusher and Dick the Bruiser secured the victory, solidifying their status as one of the most dominant tag teams in AWA history. The AWA World Tag Team Championship change marked a new era in the tag team division, with Da Crusher and Dick the Bruiser at the helm.

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