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This is Going to be the hardest blog without a doubt that i've done so far so please be nice because they is so many great wwe champions sine'90
5. Bret Hart
Without a doubt Bret Hart was one of the greatest champions in wwe history not just this title but all so the Intercontinental and World Tag Team Championships and this title pushed his career to a different level all together
First things first i would like to say hello to everyone on this website as i have only recently joined it.
Now for the first blog i will do i thought i would do something that i don't see much of, and that is a Preview of a upcoming PPV. (May Contain Spoilers)
Now I personally am not looking forward to the upcoming WWE PPV Elimination Chamber the main reason being is because
Again I'm just trying to get these out of the way so here we go again
5. Billy Kidman
I for one loved Kidman as Cruiserweight champion as he had the greatest match's of his career at this point and had great match's for the title winning it an amazing 7 times
4. Brian Pillman
I Don't remember much about Pillmans title reigns but the guy had a lot give and
Updated 02-19-2012 at 04:30 AM by Johnny G
MVP- Could of been a mainevent heel following his feud with hardy. He's good in the ring and on the mic. Not really the Wwe's fault as much with him though because the fans are the ones who turned him face.
5. Jack Swagger
In 2010 he won the MITB and the World heavyweight Championship. and successfully defended it against Jericho, Edge, Orton and Big Show.
Updated 02-18-2012 at 02:34 AM by Frank
Eric Young has been an interesting character to me, in both positive and negative ways. The first thing anyone will notice about EY is this: the man (his character, at least) is a bit... unusual, let's say. The first time I saw him was when I began watching TNA, which was when he was running around with Orlando Jones. Since then, I have watched him work and progress, and my thoughts are a bit mixed
Hey again Guy's and Girl's this is a follow up to my 5 greatest Intercontinental Champions (1990 - 2012) Blog but for the European Championship so once again here we go.
5. D'lo Brown
OK I'm not a D'lo fan but the guy was still a 4 time champion and had a good series of match's against X-Pac for the title as well as a passable feud with Jeff Jarrett.
4. William Regal
With the upcoming Elimination Chamber pay per view which will also include a ambulance match, I'm blogging on my top 10 gimmick matches.
10. Stretcher match
The stretcher match is won by placing your opponent on a stretcher and pushing them to the finish line (at the start the entrance ramp). I enjoy this match and it's a shame wwe don't use it more often (The last Stretcher match
Updated 02-18-2012 at 02:12 AM by Callum
Hi everyone, Scribbler Jones here. I haven't written in a while, sorry about that, but I wanted to speak and share my opinions of another WWE Superstar that caught my eye recently: the South African Sensation, Justin Gabriel.
When the Nexus hit the scene and wrecked shop every Monday on RAW, I was particularly interested in the guy who always jumped to the top turnbuckle and went for
Hi people just gonna give a try for the first time so be nice but this is who i think the 5 greatest Intercontinental Champions are from when i started watching so here go's nothing.
5. Razor Ramon
Without a doubt this guy should be on anyone's top list of intercontinental champions him and Shawn Michaels made the ladder match famous competing for this title at Wrestlemania 10 as
I've been reading in various places recently that an Indy wrestler called Chris Hero has been signed to WWE talent development FCW. I dont know very much about him other than he is an internet phenomenon. He has masses of followers and has made waves working for Ring of Honour (along with once Kings of Wrestling tag Partner Claudio Castagnoli, also now working with FCW).
Updated 02-17-2012 at 03:17 PM by Frank
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