NWA (Texas) World Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating Kurt and Karl Von Brauner (June 18, 1968);
NWA (Texas) World Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating The Infernos (October 17, 1968);
NWA Western States Tag Team titles w/Ricky Romero (1969);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title (May 7, 1970);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title defeating Bull Ramos (July 7, 1970);
NWA Western States Tag Team titles w/Ricky Romero defeating Bull Ramos and The Beast (August 1970);
NWA Florida Televison title defeating Buddy Austin in a tournament (March 18, 1971);
NWA Florida Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating Jack and Jerry Brisco (March 30, 1971);
NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Walker (April 14, 1971);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title (May 1971);
NWA (JWA) International Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating Antonio Inoki and Giant Baba (December 7, 1971);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title defeating Ciclon Negro (1972);
NWA (Amarillo) Brass Knuckles title defeating Dick Murdoch (July 13, 1972);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title defeating Ciclon Negro (1973);
NWA Missouri Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Valentine (Febuary 10, 1973);
NWA (Los Angeles) Americas Heavyweight title defeating Victor Rivera (July 3, 1973);
NWA (Amarillo) International Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating Cyclone Negro and Killer Karl Kox (October 1973);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title defeating Kung Fu Lee for the vacant title (October 25, 1973);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title defeating Siegfried Stanke (November 1974);
NWA (Amarillo) International Heavyweight title defeating Ciclon Negro (June 21, 1975);
NWA (Mid Atlantic) United States Heavyweight title defeating Paul Jones in a tournament (November 9, 1975);
NWA World Heavyweight title defeating Jack Brisco (December 10, 1975);
NWA (Amarillo) International Heavyweight title defeating Super Destroyer (July 1, 1976);
NWA (Amarillo) Brass Knuckles title (October 1977);
NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating Jack and Jerry Brisco in a tournament (November 23, 1978);
NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Dick Slater (December 30, 1978);
WWC World Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating The Invaders (April 6, 1979);
NWA Florida Heavyweight title defeating Steve Keirn in a tournament (September 1979);
WWC World Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating The Invaders (December 22, 1979);
NWA (Los Angeles) World Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating The Twin Devils (February 1980);
SCW (Texas) World Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. Awarded (August 1980);
NWA (Georgia) National Televison title defeating Terry Taylor (October 1980);
SCW Southwest Heavyweight title in a tournament (1981);
SCW Southwest Tag Team titles w/Wahoo McDaniel defeating Gino Hernandez and Tully Blanchard (August 15, 1981);
NWA (Florida) North American Tag Team titles w/Dory Funk Jr. defeating Jack and Jerry Brisco (January 1, 1982);
USWA Unified World Heavyweight title defeating Jerry Lawler (November 5, 1990);
ECW Television title defeating Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka (October 1, 1993);
ECW World Heavyweight title defeating Sabu (December 26, 1993);
ECW World Heavyweight title defeating Raven (April 13, 1997);
WWF World Tag Team titles w/Cactus Jack defeating Billy Gunn and Jesse James (March 29, 1998);
WCW World Hardcore title defeating Norman Smiley (April 16, 2000);
WCW United States Heavyweight title defeating Lance Storm (September 22, 2000);
WCW World Hardcore title defeating Crowbar (December 17, 2000);
3PW Heavyweight title defeating Gary Wolf and Sandman in a three way match (June 21, 2003);
2CW heavyweight title defeating Slyck Wagner Brown (June 5, 2011);
Terry Funk Career Highlights
In The Beginning:
December 9, 1965: Terry Funk defeated Sputnik Monroe in his debut match.
August 1, 1968: Dory Jr. and Terry Funk defeated Kurt and Karl Von Brauner to win the NWA Amarillo Tag Team titles!
September 26, 1968: The Infernos beat the Funk Brothers to win the Tag Team titles.
October 18, 1968: Dory Jr. and Terry Funk regain the Texas Tag Team titles.
1969: Dory Jr. and Terry Funk made their Atlanta TV debut defeating Los Toros (Cisco Grimaldo and Roberto Pico).
NWA: Western States:
1969: Terry Funk teams up with Ricky Romero to win the NWA Western States Tag Team titles.
April 4, 1970: The Beast and Bull Ramos defeated Terry Funk and Ricky Romero for the Tag Team titles.
May 7, 1970: Terry Funk defeated Ricky Romero to win the NWA Western States title.
July 1, 1970: Bull Ramos defeated Terry Funk for the Western States title.
July 7, 1970: Terry Funk regains the Western States title 6 days later.
August 1970: Terry Funk and Ricky Romero defeated the Beast and Bull Ramos to regain the Tag Team titles.
March 18, 1971: Terry Funk disguises himself as the masked Texan.
The Texan defeated Buddy Austin in the to the tournament final to win the NWA Florida Television title.
~~~After the match, the Texan unmasks to reveal his true identity.
March 30, 1971: Dory Jr and Terry Funk defeated the Brisco Brothers to win the Tag Team titles.
April 14, 1971: Terry Funk defeated the Grappler to win the NWA Southern title.
NWA: Western States:
May 1971: Terry Funk won his third NWA Western States title.
August 26, 1971: Cyclon Negro defeated the Terry Funk for the Western States title.
On The Road:
August 30, 1971 – WWWF Madison Square Garden: Terry and Dory Funk Sr. wrestled Al Costello and Don Kent to a 15 minute draw.
December 7, 1971 – JWA: Dory Jr. and Terry Funk defeated Giant Baba and Antonio Inoki to win the NWA International Tag Team titles!
1972 – NWA Western States: Terry Funk wins his 4th Western States title defeating Cylcon Negro.
May 19, 1972 – JWA: Giant Baba and Seiji Sakaguchi defeated the Funk Brothers to win the NWA International Tag Team titles.
July 1, 1972 – WWWF MSG: Dory Jr and Terry Funk defeated King Curtis and Luke Graham.
February 10, 1973 – NWA Missouri: Terry Funk defeated Johnny Valentine to win the NWA Missouri title.
May 26, 1973 – NWA Amarillo: The Funks beat Killer Karl Krupp and Karl Von Steiger for the NWA International Tag Team titles.
July 3, 1973 – NWA Los Angeles: Terry Funk defeated Victor Rivera to win the NWA Americas title.
July 13, 1972 – NWA Amarillo: Terry Funk defeated Dick Murdoch to win the Amarillo Brass Knuckles title.
October 1973 – NWA Amarillo: Dory Jr and Terry Funk beat Cyclone Negro and Killer Karl Kox for the NWA International Tag Team titles!
NWA: Western States:
October 18, 1973: The NWA Western States title is held up after a match between Terry Funk and Kung Fu Lee.
October 25, 1973: Terry Funk regains the Western State title.
March 1974: Bob Backlund defeated Terry Funk for the NWA Western States title.
November 1974: Terry Funk defeated Siegfried Stanke for his 6th NWA Western States title reign.
~~~Terry Funk later vacates the NWA Western States title and leaves the territory for Florida.
National Wrestling Alliance – World Champion:
July 3, 1975: Terry Funk defeated Paul Jones in a 16-man tournament final to win the NWA United States title.
December 10, 1975: Terry Funk defeated Jack Brisco to win the NWA World title in a 60 minute 2/3 falls match!
June 11, 1976 – Tokyo: Terry Funk successfully defends his NWA World title against Jumbo Tsuruta.
February 6, 1977: Harley Race defeated Terry Funk to win the NWA World title.
~~~Terry Funk’s World title reign lasted for 14 months.
All Japan and Florida:
December 1977 – All Japan: Dory Jr and Terry Funk win All Japan’s Open Tag Team League.
December 30, 1978 – NWA Florida: Terry Funk wins his second Southern title defeating Dick Slater.
World Wrestling Council – Puerto Rico:
WWC: April 6, 1979 – Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk defeat Invaders 1 and II to win the WWC Tag Team Titles
WWC: November 24, 1979 – The Invaders regain the Tag Team Titles from the Funks
WWC: December 22, 1979 – The Funks once again take the WWC Tag Team Titles from the Invaders
Late 1979: Dory SR and Terry win the Real Tag League.
National Wrestling Alliance:
September 1979 – Florida: Terry Funk defeated Steve Keirn in the tournament final to win the NWA Florida title.
~~~The title had been held up after previous champion Dusty Rhodes vacated it after winning the NWA World title.
1980: Terry Funk defeated Terry Taylor to win the NWA National Television title.
February 1980 – Los Angeles: Dory Jr and Terry Funk win the Los Angeles version of the Tag Team titles.
Southwest Championship Wrestling:
August 1980: Dory Jr and Terry Funk were billed as the Tag Team champions when they arrived to the territory.
1981 – NWA Florida: Dory Jr and Terry Funk defeated Jack and Jerry Brisco to win the NWA North American Tag Team titles.
1981: Terry Funk and Wahoo McDaniel defeated Tully Blanchard and Gino Hernandez to win the SCW Southwest Tag Team titles.
1981: Terry Funk wins a tournament final to become the SCW Heavyweight champion.
May 1981: Wahoo McDaniel and Ivan Putski defeated Terry Funk and Larry Lane (sub for Dory) to win the SCW Tag Team titles.
On the Road:
Late 1982: Dory SR and Terry Funk win their second Real Tag League.
July 15, 1983 – Missouri: Terry Funk defeated David von Erich to win the NWA Missouri title.
1983: Terry Funk first announced his retirement, as of 2003, the ol’ bastard is still wrestling.
February 22, 1984 – AWA in Tokyo: Terry Funk served as guest referee for the Bockwinkel/Tsuruta AWA World title match.
World Wrestling Federation:
Terry Funk and Dory Funk Jr sign with the WWF, under the management of Jimmy Hart.
~~~Dory Funk Jr is renamed “Hoss” Funk.
~~~Terry Funk attacks a number of WWF announcers to gain some heat.
July 8, 1985 – King of the Ring: Tito Santana defeated Terry Funk in the 1st round of the King of the Ring tournament.
October 31, 1985 – Saturday Night Main Event: Terry Funk defeated the Junk Yard Dog.
November 7, 1985 – Wrestling Classic: Moondog Spot defeated Terry Funk in the 1st round of the tournament.
December 19, 1985 – SNME: In his pre-match interview, Terry Funk acknowledges his history of being a former NWA World champ!
~~~This was unheard of in the WWF, as their attitude towards the competition was that it never existed.
WrestleMania II: Hoss and Terry Funk defeated the Junk Yard Dog and Tito Santana.
May 1, 1986 – Saturday Night Main Event: Hulk Hogan and Junk Yard Dog defeated Terry and Hoss Funk.
~~~The Funk Brothers vs Hulk Hogan/JYD continued to headline house shows for the next few months!
August 28, 1987 – Paul Boesch Retirement Show: Terry Funk beat Chavo Guererro Sr.
NWA: World Championship Wrestling:
May 7, 1989 – WrestleWar: Terry Funk was one of three judges assigned for the Ric Flair/Ricky Steamboat NWA title match.
~~~Afterwards, Terry Funk approached Ric Flair in the ring and challenged him to a World title match!
~~~When Ric Flair declined, Terry Funk attacked him and piledrove Flair on the table!!
June 14, 1989 – Clash of the Champions VII: Ricky Steamboat defeated Terry Funk by DQ.
Great American Bash 1989: Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk to retain the NWA World title.
Helloween Havoc 1989: Ric Flair and Sting defeated Terry Funk and the Great Muta in Thunderdome Cage match.
November 15, 1989 – Clash of the Champions IX: Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk in an “I Quit” match.
On The Road Again:
November 5, 1990 – USWA: Terry Funk defeated Jerry Lawler to win the USWA Unified title.
August 22, 1993 – Osaka: Terry Funk and Tarzan Goto defeated the Sheik and Sabu in a Stretcher match!
Extreme Championship Wrestling (and some non-ECW matches):
October 1, 1993: Terry Funk defeated Jimmy Snuka to win the ECW Television title.
November 13, 1993 – November to Remember: Sabu and Road Warrior Hawk defeated Terry Funk and King Kong Bundy.
~~~Due to the match stipulation, Sabu won Terry Funks ECW Television title.
December 26, 1993 – Holiday Hell: Terry Funk defeated Sabu to win the ECW Heavyweight title.
March 26, 1994 – Ultimate Jeopardy: Shane Douglas pinned Terry Funk to win the ECW title in a 8 Man War Games match.
WCW Slamboree 1994: Terry Funk and Tully Blanchard wrestle to a double DQ.
June 24, 1994 – Hostile City: Public Enemy beat Dory Funk Jr and Terry Funk to retain the ECW Tag Team titles.
July 16, 1994 – Heat Wave: Public Enemy defeated Dory Funk Jr and Terry Funk in a ‘No Rope Barbed Wire’ match!
July 17, 1994 – WCW Bash at the Beach: Terry Funk and Bunkhouse Bunk defeated Dustin Rhodes and Arn Anderson.
August 13, 1994 – Hardcore Heaven: Terry Funk and Cactus Jack wrestled to a No Contest .
WCW Helloween Havoc 1994: The Nasty Boys beat Terry Funk and Bunkhouse Buck.
April 15, 1995 – Hostile City: Cactus Jack defeated Terry Funk.
May 21, 1995: Terry Funk was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame.
November 18, 1995 – November to Remember: Terry Funk and Tommy Dreamer beat Raven and Cactus Jack.
May 5, 1996 – Kawasaki, Japan: Terry Funk and Mr. Pogo defeated Masato Tanaka and Hayabusa.
~~~This was a crazy “No Rope Explosive Barbed Wire Time Bomb Land Mine Double Hell Death” match!
November 16, 1996 – November to Remember: Terry Funk and Tommy Dreamer defeated Shane Douglas and Brian Lee.
WWF Royal Rumble 1997: Terry Funk makes a special guest appearance as a participant in the Royal Rumble.
January 11, 1997 – House Party: Brian Lee defeated Terry Funk.
February 22, 1997 – Cyberslam: Terry Funk and Tommy Dreamer defeated Raven and Brian Lee.
March 15, 1997 – Hostile City: Terry Funk defeated Brian Lee.
April 13, 1997 – Barely Legal: Terry Funk defeated Big Stevie Cool and The Sandman in a 3-way elimination match to become #1 contender for the ECW heavyweight title. Terry Funk defeated Raven to win the heavyweight title.
May 3, 1997 – House Show: ECW heavyweight champion Terry Funk defeated D-Von Dudley to retain the title.
May 10, 1997 – ECW Chapter 2: ECW heavyweight champion Terry Funk defeated Raven, Steven Richards and The Sandman in a 4-way match to retain.
May 17, 1997 – ECW The Buffalo Invasion: Raven and Steven Richards defeated Terry Funk and Tommy Dreamer. ECW heavyweight champion Terry Funk defeated Raven, Steven Richards and The Sandman in a 4-way match to retain.
June 6, 1997 – Wrestlepalooza: Terry Funk defeated Chris Candido to retain the ECW title.
July 19, 1997 – Heatwave: Terry Funk defeated Shane Douglas to retain the ECW title.
August 9, 1997 – ECW Born to be Wired: Sabu defeated Terry Funk to win the ECW Heavyweight title.
August 17, 1997 – Hardcore Heaven: Shane Douglas defeated Terry Funk and Sabu (Champ) in a triple threat to win the ECW title!
Frontier Martial Arts in JAPAN:
September 28, 1997: Terry Funk defeated Hiromichi Fuyuki in a ‘Loser Leaves FMW’ match.
World Wrestling Federation – Hardcore Legend:
December 29, 1997 – RAW: Returned to the WWF as “Chainsaw Charlie” to team with Mick Foley as the Hardcore Legends.
January 18, 1998 – Royal Rumble: Terry Funk entered the Royal Rumble drawing #2, and Cactus Jack entered at #1.
~~~The two Hardcore Legends bashed each other over the head with trash cans for five minutes until #3 showed up!
January 19, 1998 – RAW: The Quebecers (Jacques and Pierre) defeated Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie by disqualification.
January 26, 1998 – RAW: The New Age Outlaws defeated Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie by disqualification to retain their titles.
February 2, 1998 – RAW: Cactus Jack vs Chainsaw Charlie ended in a No Contest.
February 15, 1998 – No Way Out: Steve Austin’s Team defeated Degeneration X in a No-DQ Match.
~~~Steve Austin and Terry Funk and Cactus Jack and Owen Hart beat HHH and Roaddog and Billy Gunn and Savio Vega.
March 9, 1998 – RAW: Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie defeated The Quebecers.
March 17, 1998 – RAW: Chainsaw Charlie defeated Billy Gunn by DQ.
March 23, 1998 – RAW: Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie defeated The Quebecers (Jacques and Pierre) by disqualification.
March 29, 1998 – WrestleMania 14: Cactus Jack and Terry Funk defeated the New Age Outlaws to win the Tag Team titles.
~~~This was a Dumpster match, but it was originally booked to be a Barbed Wire Match – the PPV people banned that.
March 30,1998 – RAW: The New Age Outlaws defeated Chainsaw Charlie and Cactus Jack to win the WWF Tag Team Titles.
World Wrestling Federation – Terry Funk:
April 13, 1998 – RAW: Terry Funk and Too Cold Scorpio defeated The Quebecers (Jacques and Pierre).
April 20, 1998 – RAW: Too Cold Scorpio and Terry Funk defeated The New Midnight Express by disqualification.
April 27, 1998 – RAW: The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) defeated Too Cold Scorpio and Terry Funk by disqualification.
May 4, 1998 – RAW: Mick Foley defeated Terry Funk.
May 11, 1998 – RAW: Terry Funk and Too Cold Scorpio vs Kaientai ended in a No Contest.
May 18, 1998 – RAW: Terry Funk defeated Marc Mero.
June 1, 1998 – RAW: Mark Henry defeated Terry Funk to qualify for the King of the Ring tournament.
June 15, 1998 – RAW: Terry Funk and Scorpio were in the tag team royal rumble #1 contenders match won by Kane and Mankind.
June 27, 1998 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Terry Funk, Dustin Rhodes and Bradshaw defeated Jerry Lawler, Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor.
July 4, 1998 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Dustin Rhodes and Terry Funk defeated The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Road Dogg).
July 6, 1998 – RAW: D’Lo Brown defeated Terry Funk.
July 25, 1998 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Bradshaw and Terry Funk defeated Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor.
July 26, 1998 – Fully Loaded: Faarooq and Scorpio defeated Bradshaw and Terry Funk.
~~~After the match, Bradshaw turned against Funk – and Funk departed the WWE shortly after.
August 1-2, 1998 – House Show: Mankind defeated Terry Funk.
FMW in Japan:
November 23, 1999 – Pay Per View: Dory Jr and Terry Funk beat Yoshinori Sasaki and Naohiko Yamazaki.
June 5, 2011 – 2CW: Terry Funk defeated Slyck Wagner Brown to win the 2CW heavyweight title.
August 12, 2011 – JCW: Bob Orton and Roddy Piper defeated Terry Funk and Mick Foley.
October 1, 2011 – NEW: Jerry Lawler defeated Terry Funk in a no holds barred match.
October 15, 2011 – AWE: Tommy Dreamer defeated Terry Funk in a no disqualification match.
October 27, 2013 – AJPW: Masanobu Fuchi and Osamu Nishimura vs. Terry Funk and Dory Funk Jr. ended in a time limit draw.
November 9, 2013 – HOH 3: Terry Funk and Tommy Dreamer defeated Lance Storm and Sean Waltman.
December 11, 2014 – Tokyo Gurentai: Masakatsu Funaki, Mil Mascaras & Terry Funk defeated Kaz Hayashi, NOSAWA Rongai & Yoshiaki Fujiwara.
June 30, 1944
Double Cross Ranch
Height and Weight
6'1" 247 lbs
December 9, 1965
Middle Aged & Crazy
Sleeper Hold (WWF)
Spinning Toe Hold
The Brisco Brothers
Abdullah the Butcher
Killer Karl Kox
Junk Yard Dog
New Age Outlaws
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