40 Years of the WWE Intercontinental Championship

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It was a warm night in September of 1979, the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Recently crowned WWF North American Heavyweight Champion Pat Patterson, who had defeated a pre-Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase for the title that past June, was entered into a tournament to crown the new WWF South American […] READ MORE


The 30 Greatest Matches in WWE SummerSlam History

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SummerSlam is coming this Sunday live from Toronto, Canada and is sure to be one hell of a show. For a long time, SummerSlam has been seen as the second biggest show of the year when it comes to WWE, with WrestleMania, of course, being top dog. The “Biggest Party of the Summer” has seen […] READ MORE


The Lost (New) Generation: WWF’s Most Maligned Era

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The WWE has had multiple eras of greatness in it’s near 60-year history in sports entertainment. From its Golden Era in the 1960s with Bruno Sammartino, it’s Classic Era of the 1970s with Bob Backlund and “Superstar” Billy Graham, to the Rock N’ Wrestling Era of the 1980s, the WWE has transformed its image and […] READ MORE



The Greatest WWE Intercontinental Champions of All Time

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Last night at WWE Extreme Rules, The Miz defeated Dean Ambrose to start his seventh reign as WWE Intercontinental Champion. This win moved The Miz solely into second place as the most decorated Intercontinental Champion in WWE history, behind only Chris Jericho‘s nine runs as IC Champ. The Miz had previously been tied with Jeff […] READ MORE