It’s Saturday and today we have ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 26th entry of 2022. Today Brian looks at the status of the Intercontinental title and its current worth and shares all the best wrestling content from this week.
Welcome to part five of our History of the WWF Intercontinental Title. In part four, we looked at the title’s history up to the end of 1985. Today, we pick up with Tito Santana still as champion but with a certain Macho Man Randy Savage vying to take the strap from around his waist.Continue reading →
Welcome to part four of our History of the WWF Intercontinental Title. In part three, we looked at the title’s history from the start of 1983 through to late 1984. Today, we pick up with Tito Santana as champion but with a new challenge, in the shape of Greg Valentine, right around the corner.Continue reading →
Welcome to part three of our History of the WWF Intercontinental Title. In part two, we looked at the period between Pedro Morales return to the company through to the end of 1982, a time in history which featured two reigns for Morales as well as one for Don Muraco. Today we pick up the title’s history from the start of 1983.Continue reading →
Today we have part 2 of our look at the history of the Intercontinental title. In part 1, we looked at the background of the title, the fictional tournament to crown the inaugural champion as well as Ken Patera’s reign with the gold. We pick up today with Pantera as champion but the returning Pedro Morales set to challenge him and run through to the end of 1982.Continue reading →
Today we have part 1 of our look at the history of the Intercontinental Title. Along the way, we’ll look at the stars that carried the gold and the matches that helped define the belt as the “worker’s title”. In this first piece, we take a look at the infamous, yet entirely fictional, title tournament in Rio De Janeiro.Continue reading →