For three decades, the Intercontinental Championship has been one of the most prestigious titles in wrestling. This 3-disc DVD set contains 27 battles for the title which were voted for by the fans on wwe.com.
As unbelievable as this might seem to newer fans, there was a time when this title was defended in the main event slot in arenas across the country.
Disc 1 - The 1980s
- MSG 10/79: Pat Patterson vs. Ted DiBiase - This match takes place before DiBiase became a millionaire.
- MSG 10/80: Ken Patera vs. Pedro Morales - Pedro has held the title longer than anyone else.
- MSG 12/82: Pedro Morales vs. Don Muraco – Both men lost and regained the title from one another.
- MSG 10/83: Don Muraco vs. Jimmy Snuka in a Steel Cage Match (Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches) - The ending of this match is one of the most replayed moments in WWE history.
- MSG 3/85: Greg Valentine vs. Tito Santana in a Lumberjack Match (Greatest Wrestling Stars of the ‘80s)
- Boston Garden 2/86: Tito Santana vs. Randy Savage - It took Tito 13 months to get his revenge on the referee in this match.
- WrestleMania III: Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat - Arguably one of the greatest matches in WWE history.
- Superstars 6/87: Ricky Steamboat vs. Honky Tonk Man – For those wondering, Bruno Sammartino's commentary wasn't edited off of the DVD, he just didn't say anything during the match.
- SummerSlam ’88: Honky Tonk Man vs. Ultimate Warrior (The Self Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior) - The most famous squash match.
- SummerSlam ’89: Rick Rude vs. Ultimate Warrior - Sadly, we don't get to see Rude's interview prior to this match where Mean Gene unleashed an F-Bomb. That interview was edited off of the SummerSlam Anthology set.
Disc 2 - The 1990s
- SummerSlam ’91: Curt Hennig vs. Bret Hart (The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be; The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect) - Curt was able to put in a stellar performance despite a severe back injury.
- SummerSlam ’92: Bret Hart vs. British Bulldog (The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be; Best of Confidential Vol. 1) - Bret Hart considers this his greatest match ever.
- WrestleMania X: Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels in a Ladder Match (Shawn Michaels: From the Vault) - This match is responsible for creating the popularity of the Ladder Match.
- Royal Rumble ’95: Razor Ramon vs. Jeff Jarrett
- D-Generation X ‘97: Steve Austin vs. The Rock - This match that led to Austin throwing the belt off a bridge a few weeks later.
- Fully Loaded ‘98: Triple H vs. The Rock in a 2 out of 3 Falls Match – This match took place a few weeks after the infamous sketch where D-Generation X impersonated the Nation of Domination.
- No Mercy ’99: Jeff Jarrett vs. Chyna in a Good Housekeeping Match - While the historic moment people talk about is this being the first time a Woman won the title, the lasting impact (pun intended) of this match is that it indirectly led to the creation of Total Nonstop Action.
Disc 3 - The 2000s
- No Way Out ’00: Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle - Kurt's European Championship was not on the line.
- SmackDown ’00: Eddie Guerrero vs. Chris Jericho vs. X-Pac
- SmackDown ’01: Triple H vs. Jeff Hardy (Action!; Twist of Fate: The Matt & Jeff Hardy Story)
- RAW ’02: Rob Van Dam vs. Jeff Hardy in a Ladder Match - This match unified the Intercontinental & European Championships.
- Vengeance ’04: Edge vs. Randy Orton
- Taboo Tuesday ’05: Ric Flair vs. Triple H in a Steel Cage Match (Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection)
- Backlash ’06: Rob Van Dam vs. Shelton Benjamin - The Money in the Bank Title Shot was also on the line in this match.
- Vengeance ’06:Carlito vs. Johnny Nitro vs. Shelton Benjamin
- Great American Bash ’07: Jeff Hardy vs. Umaga
- RAW ’08: Jeff Hardy vs. Chris Jericho
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