- Florida Heavyweight title defeating Louie Tillet (May 1, 1967);
- NWA American Tag Team titles w/Thunderbolt Patterson defeating Fritz Von Erich & Fred Curry (June 27, 1969);
- NWA American Tag Team titles w/Thunderbolt Patterson defeating Dusty Rhodes & Baron von Raschke (August 1969);
- Texas Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Valentine (October 1969);
- Texas Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Valentine (January 26, 1970);
- NWA American Heavyweight title defeating Toru Tanaka (March 5, 1971);
- NWA American Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valentine defeating Chris Markoff & Bronco Lubich (September 1971);
- NWA American Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valentine defeating Chris Markoff & Bronco Lubich (1971);
- NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Johnny Valentine (April 11, 1974);
- NWA World Tag Team titles w/Paul Jones defeating Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson (1975);
- NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Ric Flair (July 1975);
- NWA World Tag Team titles w/Rufus R. Jones defeating Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson (November 17, 1975);
- NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Ric Flair (May 3, 1976);
- NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Ric Flair (September 11, 1976);
- NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Ric Flair (December 27, 1976);
- NWA Mid Atlantic Heavyweight title defeating Greg Valentine (August 9, 1977);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating The Spoiler (August 24, 1978);
- NWA American Heavyweight title defeating The Spoiler (May 13, 1979);
- NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Masked Superstar (May 14, 1979);
- NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Tommy Rich defeating Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff (June 8, 1979);
- NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Masked Superstar (August 1979);
- Southwest Championship Wrestling Heavyweight title defeating Tully Blanchard (August 23, 1980);
- Southwest Championship Wrestling Heavyweight title defeating Terry Funk (1981);
- Southwest Championship Wrestling Tag Team titles w/Terry Funk defeating Tully Blanchard & Gino Hernandez (August 15, 1981);
- NWA Florida Television title defeating Eddie Masfield (1981);
- NWA United States Heavyweight title defeating Sgt. Slaughter (October 4, 1981);
- NWA United States Heavyweight title defeating Sgt. Slaughter (August 22, 1982);
- NWA World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood defeating Don Kernodle & Bob Orton Jr. (January 8, 1984);
- NWA World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood defeating Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco (May 5, 1984);
- NWA United States Heavyweight title defeating Ricky Steamboat (June 24, 1984);
- NWA United States Heavyweight title defeating Manny Fernandez (October 7, 1984);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Rick Rude (October 2, 1985);
- NWA National Heavyweight title defeating Tully Blanchard (August 28, 1986);
In The Beginning:
- Former United States President George Bush Sr. was Woohoo McDaniel’s baseball coach when he was a kid.
- Wahoo McDaniel was one of wrestling’s biggest names from the 60s to 80s and was also something of a cult legend.
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- Mid-60s/Early-70s: Wahoo McDaniel had an ongoing feud with Johnny Valentine which took them to several territories..
- September 1, 1972–AWA Soldiers Field: Dusty Rhodes defeated Wahoo McDaniel.
- Wahoo McDaniel had extensive feuds against Ole & Gene Anderson, Ric Flair, and Blackjack Mulligan..
- Wahoo McDaniel formed successful tag teams with partners including Paul Jones and Ricky Steamboat..
- 1977: Greg Valentine broke Wahoo McDaniel’s leg and even wore an “I BROKE WAHOO’S LEG” t-shirt afterwards..
- Wahoo McDaniel later joined forces with Ole Anderson in a war against Ric Flair & Greg Valentine..
- Wahoo McDaniel’s main enemies later included Abdullah The Butcher, Sergeant Slaughter, and Roddy Piper..
- 1982: Wahoo McDaniel formed a tag team with Don Muraco, but Muraco turned on him later in the year.
- Wahoo McDaniel also wrestled for Joe Blanchard’s Southwest Championship Wrestling in San Antonio, Texas..
- May 26, 1983: Wahoo McDaniel competed in a tournament for the “Undisputed World Championship”..
- ~~~Wahoo McDaniel lost to the eventual winner of the tournament, Adrian Adonis, in the semi-finals..
- April 24, 1983 – AWA Super Sunday: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Eddie Boulder (Ed Leslie).
Mid-Atlantic – The Heel Turn:
- 1983: Wahoo McDaniel had been one of “Nature Boy” Ric Flair’s closest allies..
- November 24, 1983 – Starrcade: Dick Slater & Bob Orton Jr. defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood..
- Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood won the NWA World Tag Team titles together twice in 1984..
- Summer 1984: Wahoo McDaniels complained that NWA World Champion Ric Flair was ducking him..
- Wahoo decided to walk away when Ric Flair was attacked by Tully Blanchard during a Television confrontation..
- June 24, 1984: Wahoo beat Ricky Steamboat for the U.S. title when Blanchard (aiming for Wahoo) hit Ricky with a chair!
- ~~~~Instead of helping Ricky Steamboat, Wahoo McDaniels became a heel by siding with Tully Blanchard..
- The United States title was vacated due to the interference, but Wahoo McDaniel regained it in a tournament..
- November 22, 1985 – Starrcade: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Superstar Billy Graha to retain the United States title..
- Wahoo McDaniels received several title shots against NWA Champion Ric Flair but never won the belt from him..
- March 1985: Magnum TA defeated Wahoo McDaniel in a Steel Cage match to win the NWA United States Title..
- Wahoo McDaniel left the Mid-Atlantic area soon after dropping the NWA United States championship..
- Wahoo McDaniel moved on to Florida Championship Wrestling, working as a babyface..
- Wahoo McDaniel won the Southern Heavyweight title and feuded against Ravishing Rick Rude..
- Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Jack Haynes won the Florida version of the United States Tag Team titles..
- Late 1985: Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Jack Haynes both made some appearances for Jim Crockett Promotions..
- November 28, 1985 – Starrcade: National Tag Team Champions Ole & Arn Anderson beat Wahoo McDaniel & Billy Jack Haynes..
Jim Crockett Promotions:
- 1986: Wahoo McDaniel had left Florida to return to the Mid-Atlantic full-time as a fan-favorite again..
- April 19, 1986 – Crockett Cup: Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood defeated Mike Miller & Bobby Jaggers (1st Round)..
- ~~~~The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Mark Youngblood in the 2nd Round..
- April 20, 1986 – AWA WrestleRock: Colonal DeBeers defeated Wahoo McDaniel by Disqualification….
- Great American Bash Tour: Wahoo McDaniel fought Jimmy Garvin in a series of “Indian Strap” matches..
- July 5, 1986 – Great American Bash: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian Strap match..
- July 26, 1986 – Great American Bash: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Jimmy Garvin in an Indian Strap match..
- August 28, 1986: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Tully Blanchard for the National Heavyweight title
- September 28, 1986: Nikita Koloff (US Champion) defeated Wahoo McDaniel (National Champion) to unify their titles..
- 1986: Wahoo McDaniel feuded against members of Paul Jones’ Army
- November 27, 1986 – Starrcade: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Rick Rude in a Indian Strap match..
- April 10-11, 1987 – Crocket Cup: The MOD Squad defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Baron Von Raschkein the 1st Round.
American Wrestling Association:
- 1987: Wahoo McDaniel joined Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association..
- Wahoo McDaniel & DJ Peterson chased after AWA Tag Team Champions Soldat Ustinov & Boris Zhukov..
- Wahoo McDaniel was also one of the top contenders to the AWA World Title held by Curt Hennig..
- April 16, 1988 – AWA Rage In The Cage II: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Curt Hennig in a Non-title Steel Cage match
- Wahoo McDaniel fought Manny Fernandez in a series of violent grudge matches..
- December 13, 1988 – SuperClash III: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Manny Fernandez in an Indian Strap match
- Wahoo McDaniel was one of the participants in a battle royal (won by Larry Zbyszko) to crown a new AWA Champion
- Early 1989: Wahoo McDaniel was attacked by The Destruction Crew (Wayne Bloom & Mike Enos)..
- It was later announced that Wahoo McDaniel was forced to retire due to the resulting injuries from the assault.
- Wahoo McDaniel wrestled on various independent wrestling cards in the years that followed..
- May 23, 1993–WCW Slamboree: Wahoo McDaniel/Blackjack Mulligan/Jim Brunzell vs. Don Muraco/Jimmy Snuka/Dick Murdoch..
- May 21, 1995–WCW Slamboree: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Dick Murdoch – and was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame..
- April 19, 2002: Wahoo McDaniel passed away in Houston at the age of 63. He had been in poor health for many years..