What do you think about these WWE Intercontinental Champions in the Golden Era (1979-1992)? Do you agree?
Combined Days of WWE IC Champion from the Golden Era from the Highest to Lowest. Do you agree?
1. Pedro Morales (2x, 619 Days)
2. Honky Tonk Man (1x, 454 Days)
3. Tito Santana (2x, 443 Days)
4. Ultimate Warrior (2x, 432 Days)
5. Macho Man Randy Savage (1x, 414 Days)
6. Mr. Perfect (2x, 406 Days)
7. "The Magnificent" Don Muraco (2x, 354 Days)
8. Bret "Hitman" Hart (2x, 290 Days)
9. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine (1x, 285 Days)
10. Pat Patterson (1x, 233 Days)
11. Shawn Michaels (1x, 202 Days)
12. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (1x, 148 Days)
13. "The Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich (1x, 84 Days)
14. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper (1x, 77 Days)
15. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (1x, 65 Days)
16. The Mountie (1x, 2 Days)
BQ: Which of these are your favorite WWE wrestlers from the golden era (Whom was the WWE IC Champion) out of these list?
I forgot about British Bulldog.
So No. 17. British Bulldog (1x 59 Days)
- ?Lv 46 years agoFavorite Answer
Honky Tonk Man was only champion for so long because he had a no pinfall loses on television or straight to video television productions in his contract and the vast majority of title matches were shown in these formats and they were only 3 pay pay per views, the only format besides house shows where he had no creative control over, during his reign. The other way he could have lost the title was submission and that was as rare as hen's teeth back then. The other champions in the list, you missed out Davey Boy Smith