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WWF/WWE INTERCONTINENTAL HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

September 1979--Present

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Matt Benaka, Earl Oliver, John Solo, Andrew Zadarnowski, Michael Urbanavage and Joe Dean

1.Pat Patterson {Pierre Clemont}
09/79-Awarded
00:00:00
The WWWF North American Title was replaced by the WWF Intercontinental Title. Pat Patterson was champion at the time of the change and was thus the first Intercontinental Champion.
NOTE: Although the WWF's "official" version of the event states that Patterson won the title in a tournament in Rio de Janeiro, in fact, that tournament never actually took place.

2.Ken Patera
04/21/80-lNew York, Ntew York, hUnited Stateso (Madison Squuare Gardgen)
managed by The Grand Wizard {Ernie Roth}

Ken Patera held the following title in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title:

3.Pedro Morales
12/08/80-New York, New York, United States

4.Don "the Magificent" Muraco
06/20/81-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
managed by The Grand Wizard [2]

5.Pedro Morales [2]
11/23/81-New York, New York, United States

6.Don "the Magificent" Muraco [2]
01/22/83-New York, New York, United States
managed by Lou Albano

7.Tito Santana {Merced Solis}
02/11/84-Boston, Massachusetts, UnitedStates (Boston Gardens)

8.Greg "The Hammer" Valentine {John Wisniski Jr.}
09/24/84-London, Ontario, CANADA
managed by Lou Albano [2] & "The Mouth of The South" Jimmy Hart

9.Tito Santana [2]
07/06/85-Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Tito Santana defeated Greg Valentine in a steel cage match to win the title.

10."The Macho Man" Randy Savage {Randy Poffo}
02/08/86-Boston, Massachusetts, United States
managed by Miss Elizabeth {Elizabeth Hewlett}

11.Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat {Richard Blood}
03/29/87-Pontiac, Michigan, United States (The Silverdome)-WrestlemaniaIII
00:14:35
Ricky Steamboat was seconded by George "The Animal" Steele in this match.
The referee was Dave Hebner

12.The Honky Tonk Man {Roy Wayne Ferris}
06/02/87-Buffalo, New York, United States - Superstars of Wrestling
managed by "The Mouth of The South" Jimmy Hart [2]

13.The Ultimate Warrior {Bryan James Hellwig}
08/29/88-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)-Summerslam
00:00:31
The Ultiimate Warrior was a last minute substitute for an injured Brutus Beefcake {Ed Leslie}.

14."Ravishing" Rick Rude {Richard E. Rood}
04/02/89-Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States (Trump Plaza)-Wrestlemania V
00:09:36
managed by Bobby "The Brain" Heenan {Raymond Louis Heenan}
Member of The Heenan Family

15.The Ultimate Warrior [2]
08/28/89-East Rutherford, New Jersey,United States-Summerslam
00:16:02
The Ultimate Warrior won the WWF World Heavyweight Title and was forced to vacate the Intercontinental Heavyweight Title on 04/01/90.

16.Mr. Perfect {Curt Hennig}
04/23/90-Austin, Texas, United States - Superstars of Wrestling
managed by Bobby "The Brain" Heenan [2]
Member of The Heenan Family [2]Mr. Perfect defeated Tito Santana in the finals of an eight man tournament to crown a new champion.

17.The Texas Tornado {Kerry Gene Adkisson}
08/27/90-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States-Summerslam
00:05:15

18.Mr. Perfect [2]
11/19/90-Rochester, New York, United States- Superstars of Wrestling
managed by Bobby Heenan [3] until early August of 1991 & Coach {John Tolos} from early August of 1991 until 08/26/91.

19.Bret "The Hitman" Hart
08/26/91-New York, New York, United States (Madison Square Garden)-Summerslam
00:18:04

20.The Mountie {Jacques Rougeau Jr.}
01/17/92-Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
managed by Jimmy Hart [3]

21."Rowdy" Roddy Piper {Rod George Toombs}
01/19/92-Albany, New York, United States-The Royal Rumble
00:05:22

22.Bret "The Hitman" Hart [2]
04/05/92-Indianpolis, Indiana, United States-Wrestlemania VIII
00:13:50

23."The British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith {David Smith}
08/29/92-London, ENGLAND (Wembley Stadium)-Summerslam
00:25:40

24."The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels {Michael S.Hickenbottom}
10/27/92-Terre Haute, Indiana, United States-Saturday Night's Main Event
00:10:10

25.Marty Jannetty
05/17/93-New York, New York, United States-Monday Night Raw
00:10:58

26."The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels [2]
06/06/93-Albany, New York, United States
Accompanied by his bodyguard, Diesel {Kevin Nash}
Shawn Michaels briefly left the WWF and was stripped of his title during September of 1993.

27."The Bad Guy" Razor Ramon {Scott Hall}
09/27/93-New Haven, Connecticut, United States-Monday Night Raw
00:12:29
Razor Ramon defeated Rick Martel {Richard Vignault} after they werethe last two men left in a battle royal that went 00:19:24 made to fill the vacancy.

28."Big Daddy Cool" Diesel (Kevin Nash)
04/13/94-Rochester, New York, United States - Superstars of Wrestling

Diesel held the following title in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title:

29."The Bad Guy" Razor Ramon [2]
08/29/94-Chicago, Illinois, United States (The United Center)-Summerslam
00:13:55
Ramon was seconded by Walter Payton in this match.

30. "Double J" Jeff Jarrett {Jeffrey Leonard Jarrett}
01/22/95-Tampa, Florida, United States (The Sun Dome)-The RoyalRUmble
00:18:06

The title was held up on April 26, 1995 after a controversial match involving Jeff Jarrett and Bob Holly {Robert Howard} in Moline, Ind.

31."Double J" Jeff Jarrett [2]
04/26/95-Moline, Indiana, United States-The Action Zone-
00:12:33
Jarrett defeated Holly in the rematch later in the evening to fill the vacant title
managed by The Roadie [2]

32."The Bad Guy Razor Ramon [3]
05/19/95-Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
Ramon defeated Jarrett in a ladder match to win the title.

33."Double J" Jeff Jarrett [3]
05/21/95-Trois-Rivieres, Quebec,CANADA
managed by The Roadie [3]

34.Shawn Michaels [3]
07/23/95-Nashville, Tennessee, United States (Nashville Municipal Audtorium)-In Your House II
00:20:01

Michaels held the following title in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title:

35.Dean Douglas {Troy Martin}
10/22/95-Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA-In Your House IV
00:00:00
Dean Douglas won the title via forfeit when Michaels was unable to defend the title in a scheduled match due to injuries sustained outside of the ring.

36."The Bad Guy" Razor Ramon [4]
10/22/95-Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA-In Your House IV
00:11:01

37.Goldust {Dustin Runnels}
01/21/96-Fresno, California, United States-The Royal Rumble
00:14:17
managed by Marlena {Terry Boatwright-Runnels}
The title was held up due to a controversial match involving Goldust and Savio Vega {Juan Rivera} on April 01, 1996 in San Bernadino, California.

38.Goldust [2]
04/01/96-San Bernadino, California, United States - Monday Night RAW
managed by Marlena [2]
Goldust defeated Vega in a rematch for the held up title.

39.Ahmed Johnson {Tony Norris}
06/23/96-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States-The King of The Ring
00:15:34
Ahmed Johnson was forced to vacate the title on August 12, 1996 due to an injury.

40."The Wildman" Marc Mero
09/23/96-Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States-Monday Night Raw
00:12:30
managed by Sable {Rena Mero} Mark Mero defeated Farooq Asad {Ron Simmons} in the finals of an eight man tournament to crown a new champion. Pat Patterson was the special guest referee for this match.

41.Hunter Hearst Helmsley {Jean-Paul Levesque}
10/21/96-Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States-Monday Night Raw
managed by Mr. Perfect
Mr. Perfect left the WWF during November of 1996.

42.Rocky Maivia {Dwayne Johnson}
02/13/97-Lowell, Massachusetts,United States-Thursday Raw Thursday

43.Owen Hart
04/28/97-Omaha, Nebraska, United States-Monday NightRaw
00:08:26

Owen Hart held the following title in conjunction with the WWFIntercontinental Heavyweight Title:

44."Stonecold" Steve Austin {Steve Williams}
08/03/97-East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States-Summerslam
00:16:16

Steve Austin held the following title in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title:

45.Owen Hart [2]
10/05/97-St. Louis, Missouri, United States (The Kiel Center)- In Your House XVII
00:07:28
Hart defeated Farooq {Ron Simmons} in the final of an eight man tournament to crown a new champion.
Member of The Hart Foundation [2]

46."Stonecold" Steve Austin [2]
11/09/97-Montreal, Quebec,CANADA (Molson Center)-Survivor Series
00:04:03

47."The Rock" Rocky Maivia [2]--12/08/97-Portland, Maine, United States-Raw Is War
Awarded
Rocky Maivia was awarded the title when Austin refused to wrestle him.
Vince McMahon stripped Austin of his title and awarded it to Maivia via forfeit.
Member of The Nation of Domination

48.Hunter Hearst Helmsley [2]--8/30/98-New York, New York, USA (Madison Square Garden)
00:26:05
SummerSlam
Defeated Rocky Maivia in a Ladder Match
Member of DX

TITLE VACANT
10/98
Helmsley is forced to vacate the title due to knee surgery.
A one night 8-man tournament scheduled for the following Monday on RAW in Uniondale, NY at the Nassau Coliseum.

49.Ken Shamrock
10/12/98-Uniondale, NY (Nassau Coliseum)
Monday Night RAW
Defeats X-Pac (Sean Waltman) in the finals of an eight man tournament to fill the vacant title.

50.Val Venis (Sean Morley)
02/14/99-Memphis Tennesee (The Pyramid) St. Valentine's Day Massacre PPV
00:15:52
Billy Gunn was the special referee and helped Venis win with a fast count

51.Road Dogg (Brian James)
03/15/99-San Jose, CA (Monday Night RAW)
0:03:02

52.Goldust [3]
03/29/99-New York, NY Monday Night RAW (Continental Airlines Arena)
0:04:09

53.The Godfather (Charles Wright)
04/12/99-Detroit, Michigan (Monday Night RAW)
0:03:55
The Godfather gave the Big Bossman 5 "hoes" to take his place in the title match.

54.Jeff Jarrett [4]
05/25/99-Moline, IL (Monday Night RAW - May 31st program)
0:03:41

55.Edge (Adam Copeland)
07/24/99-Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Edge substituted for Ken Shamrock (who had transportation problems) as the challenger and won what some speculate may have been a shoot match.

56.Jeff Jarrett [5]
07/25/99-Buffalo, New York (Marines Midland Arena)-Fully Loaded PPV
13:23
Jarrett wins the rematch the next night

57.D-Lo Brown (A.C. Connor)
07/27/99-Columbus, OH (Monday Night RAW - 08/02 program)
06:11
Beat Jeff Jarret in "Title vs. Title" match.

D-Lo Brown held the following titles in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Title

58.Jeff Jarrett [6]
08/22/99-Minneapolis, Minnesotta
SummerSlam PPV
07:28
Jeff Jarrett defeats D-Lo Brown in a two title match to become both the Intercontinental and the European Champion

59.Chyna (Joan Laurer)
10/17/99-Cleveland, OH (Gund Arena)
No Mercy PPV
Chyna is the first woman to hold a major singles title in the WWF other than the Womens' Title

60.Chris Jericho (Christopher Irvine)
12/12/99
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (Armageddon PPV)


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Title Held Up
12/28/99-Richmond, VA
WWF SmackDown (12/30 program)
Title held up after a match against Chyna ended in a disputed pinfall by both competitors because of the presence of two referees

61.Chyna/Chris Jericho
01/03/99-Miami, Florida (American Airlines Arena)
Monday Night RAW
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley declared that both Chyna and Jericho would share the title. Each would be allowed to defend it and if either of them lost it, they both lost it.

62.Chris Jericho [2]
01/23/2000-New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
Royal Rumble PPV
Defeats Chyna and Hardcore Holly in Triple Threat match to secure sole ownership of the title

63.Kurt Angle
02/27/2000-Hartford, CT (No Way Out PPV)
Kurt Angle also held the following title in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title

64. Chris Benoit
04/02/2000-Anaheim, CA (The Pond)
WrestleMania 2000
Pinned Chris Jericho in a Three Way Dance.

65.Chris Jericho [3]
05/02/2000-Richmond, VA
WWF Smackdown (05/04 program)

66.Chris Benoit [2]
05/08/2000-Uniondale, NY (Nassau Coliseum)
Monday Night RAW
Jericho was forced to defend his title three times during RAW, against Kurt Angle, the Big Show and finally Benoit who won the title after special referee HHH interefered.

67.Rikishi Fatu (Solofa Anoa'i Fatu Jr)
06/21/2000-Memphis, TN (The Pyramid)
WWF SmackDown (June 22 program)

68. Val Venis [2]
07/05/2000-Ft. Lauderdale, FL (National Car Rental Center)
SmackDown (July 6 program)
Tazz runs in and hits Rikishi with a TV camera to give Val the win

69.Chyna [2]
08/27/2000-Raleigh, NC (SummerSlam PPV)
Chyna pins Trish Stratus during a mixed tag gimmick match to win the title
Chyna teamed with Eddie Guerrero and Trish Stratus teamed with Val Venis.

70.Eddie Guerrero
09/05/2000-Lexington, Kentucky (Monday Night RAW)
Title change took place in a Three Way Dance also involving Kurt Angle
In the process of "protecting" an unconscious Chyna, Guerrero "accidently" pinned her

71."The One" Billy Gunn (Kip Sop)
11/21/2000-Ft. Lauderdale, FL (National Car Rental Center)
WWF SmackDown (11/23 program)

72.Chris Benoit [3]
12/10/2000-Birmingham, AL (Armageddon PPV)

73.Chris Jericho [4]
01/21/2001-New Orleans, LA (Royal Rumble)
Defeated Chris Benoit in a ladder match

74.Hunter Hearst Helmsley [3]
04/03/2001-Oklahoma City , OK (Myriad Convention Center)
SmackDown (April 5 program)

75.Jeff Hardy
04/10/2001-Philadelphia, PA (First Union Center)
WWF Smackdown/Heat TV taping
8:06

76.Hunter Hearst Helmsley [4]
04/11/2001-Knoxville (Thompson-Boling Arena at the University of Tennessee)
Monday Night RAW
Hunter Hearst Helmsley also held the following titles in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title.

77.Kane (Glenn Jacobs)
05/20/2001-Sacramento, CA (Arco Arena)
Judgement Day PPV
Steve Austin hit HHH with a chair by mistake to give Kane the win.

78.Albert (Lance Evers)
06/26/2001-New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
SmackDown (June 18th program)

79.Lance Storm (Lance Evers)
07/23/2001-Buffalo, NY (HSBC Arena)
RAW is WAR

80.Edge [2]
08/19/2001-San Jose, CA (The Pond)
WWF SummerSlam PPV
10:21

81.Christian (Jason Reso)
09/23/2001-Pittsburgh, PA (Mellon Arena)
WWF Unforgiven PPV

82.Edge [3]
10/21/2001-St. Louis, Missouri (Savvis Center)
No Mercy PPV
Defeated Christian in a Ladder Match

83.Test (Andrew Martin)
11/05/2001-Uniondale, Long Island, New York (Nassau Coliseum)
Edge held the following titles in conjunction with the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title

84.Edge [4]
11/18/2001-Greensboro, NC (Greensboro Coliseum)
Survivor Series PPV
Edge defeated Test in a WWF IC Title/WCW US Title unification match
WCW was forced out of business when the WCW Team lost a Winner-Take-All Elimination match
With World Championship Wrestling no longer in business, Edge continues as the Unified WWF Intercontinental Champion.

85.William Regal (Steven Regal)
01/20/2002-Atlanta, GA
Royal Rumble PPV
Defeated Edge with Brass Knucks for title

86.Rob Van Dam (Robert Alex Szatowski)
03/17/2002-Toronto, Ontario, Canada (The Sky Dome)
WrestleMania X8

87.Eddie Guerrero [2]
04/21/2001-Kansas City, Missouri (Kemper Arena)
WWF BackLash PPV
11:37

The World Wrestling Federation changes it's name to World Wrestling Entertainment after losing a trademark suit to the World Wildlife Fund. Henceforth, all WWF Titles will be known as WWE Titles
05/05/2002

88.Rob Van Dam [2]
05/27/2002-Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Skyreach Centre)
Monday Night RAW
Defeated Eddie Guererro in a Ladder Match

The WWE European Title unified with the WWE Intercontinental Title when Rob Van Dam defeated Jeff Hardy in a unification match on July 21, 2002 on RAW at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Unification was ordered by new RAW General Manager, Eric Bischoff

89.Chris Benoit [4]
07/29/2002-Greensboro, North Carolina (Greensboro Coliseum Complex)

90. Rob Van Dam [3]
08/24/2002-Uniondale, Long Island, New York (Nassau Coliseum)
SummerSlam PPV

91.Chris Jericho [5]
09/16/2002-Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)
Monday Night RAW

92.Kane [2]
09/30/2002-Houston, Texas (Compaq Center)

Title Retired
10/20/2002
Triple H retained his World Title in a title vs. title match at WWE No Mercy at the AllTel Arena in Little Rock, Arkansas
The stipulation was that the IC title would be retired, regardless of who won the match

Title revived by RAW co-GM, Steve Austin.

93.Christian [2]
05/18/2003-Charlotte, NC (Charlotte Coliseum)
WWE Judgment Day PPV

94.Booker T (Booker Huffman)
07/07/2003-Montreal, QC (Bell Centre)
Monday Night RAW
13:19

95.Christian [3]
08/10/2003-Des Moines, IA (Veterans Memorial Auditorium)
WWE RAW house show
Booker T. injured his lower back during the match and was assisted by two referees and a trainer to the back.

96.Rob Van Dam [4]
09/29/2003-Chicago, IL (Allstate Arena)
Monday Night RAW
Won a ladder match

97.Chris Jericho [6]
10/27/2003-Fayetteville, North Carolina (Crown Coliseum)
Monday Night RAW

98.Rob Van Dam [5]
10/27/2003-Fayetteville, North Carolina (Crown Coliseum)
Monday Night RAW
Cage Match
After Jericho won his match via an assist from Eric Bischoff, co-General Manager Steve Austin declared that his first title defense would be immediately in a cage match

99.Randy Orton
12/14/2003-Orlando, FL (TD Waterhouse Centre)
Armageddon PPV

100.Edge [5]
07/11/2004-Hartford, CT (Hartford Civic Center)
26:36
WWE Vengeance PPV

Title Vacated
09/06/2004-Wichita Falls, TX (The Kay Yeager Coliseum)
Edge on the bench for 60 days with a groin injury. Eric Bischoff strips the title at the opening of the RAW broadcast.

100.Chris Jericho [7]
09/12/2004-Portland, OR (The Rose Garden)
Defeated Christian in a Ladder match to win vacant title.
WWE Unforgiven PPV

101.Shelton Benjamin
10/19/2004-Milwaukee, WI (The Bradley Center)
WWE Taboo Tuesday PPV

102.Carlito (Carly Colon)
06/20/2005-Phoenix, AZ
Monday Night RAW

103.Ric Flair (Richard Morgan Fliehr)
09/18/2005-Oklahoma City, OK
11:53
WWE Unforgiven PPV

104.Shelton Benjamin [2]
02/20/2006-Trenton, NJ
WWE RAW

105.Rob Van Dam [6]
04/30/2006-Lexington, KY
WWE Backlash PPV

105.Shelton Benjamin [3] 05/15/2006-Lubbock, TX
Pinned Rob Van Dam in a 3 on 2 Texas Tornado Handicap match. Benjamin teamed up with Triple H and Chris Masters. RVD teamed up with John Cena.
WWE RAW

106.Johnny Nitro (John Hennigan)
06/25/2006-Charlotte, NC (Bobcats Arena)
Defeated Shelton Benjamin & Carlito.
WWE Vengeance PPV

107.Jeff Hardy [2]
10/02/2006-Topeka, KS
Monday Night RAW

108.Johnny Nitro [2]
11/06/2006-Columbus, OH
WWE RAW TV Taping

109.Jeff Hardy [3]
11/13/2006-Manchester, England, United Kingdom
WWE RAW TV Taping

110.Umaga (Edward Fatu Umag)
02/19/2007-Bakersfield, CA

111.Santino Marella (Anthony Carella)
04/16/2007-Milan, Italy
WWE RAW TV Taping

112.Umaga [2]
07/02/2007-Dallas, TX
WWE RAW TV Taping

113.Jeff Hardy [4]
09/03/2007-Columbus, OH

114.Chris Jericho [8]
03/10/2008-Milwaukee, WI
WrestleMania Rewind
Monday Night RAW

115.Kofi Kingston (Kofi Sarkodie-Mensah)
06/29/2008-Dallas, TX
Night of Champion

116.Santino Marella [2]
08/17/2008-Indianapolis, IN
Marella and Beth Phoenix defeat IC champ Kofi Kingston and Womens'champ Mickie James in a winner-take-all tag team match.

117.William Regal [2]
11/10/2008-Manchester, England

118.CM Punk (Phillip Jack Brooks)
01/19/2009-Chicago, IL
Monday Night RAW broadcast

119.JBL (John Charles Layfield)
03/09/2009-Jacksonville, FL
Monday Night RAW broadcast

120.Rey Mysterio (Oscar Gutierrez)
04/05/20e09-Houton, TX (Reliant Stadium)
:31
WrestleMania XXV

121.Chris Jericho [9]
06/07/2009-New Orleans, LA
WWE Extreme Rules PPV

122.Rey Misterio [2]
06/28/2009-Sacramento, CA
Defeat Chris Jericho for title

123.John Morrison (John Hennigan)
09/04/2009-Cleveland, OH
SmackDown TV taping

124.Drew McIntyre (Drew Galloway)
12/13/2009-San Antonio, TX
Tables, Ladders & Chairs PPV

Title Declared Vacant
05/04/2010
Drew McIntyre was stripped by Teddy Long for continuously attacking Matt Hardy.
Kofi Kingston defeated Christian in a IC Titie tournament final on 05/11/2010 in Buffalo, NY
McIntyre then reinstated as champion by Vince McMahon immediately following the match.

125.Kofi Kingston [2]
05/23/2010-Detroit, MI
WWE Over the Limit PPV

126.Dolph Ziggler (Nicolas Nemeth)
08/06/2010-Laredo, Texas
WWE Raw Broadcast

127.Kofi Kingston [3]
01/04/2011-Tucson, AZ
WWE SmackDown broadcast

128.Wade Barrett (Stuart Alexander Bennett)
03/21/2011-Columbus, OH
WWE SmackDown broadcast taping

129.Ezekial Jackson (Rycklon Stephens)
06/19/2011-Baltimore, MD
06:46
WWE Capitol Punishment PPV

130.Cody Rhodes (Cody Garrett Runnels)
08/09/2011
Sacramento, CA
WWE Friday Night SmackDown taping to air August 12

131.Big Show (Paul Wight)
04/01/2012-Miami, FL

132.Cody Rhodes [2]
04/29/2012-Rosemont, IL
WWE Extreme Rules PPV

133.Christian [4]
05/20/2012-Raleigh, NC
WWE Over the Limit PPV

134.The Miz (Mike Mizanin)
07/23/2012-St. Louis, MO
Monday Night RAW (1000th Episode)

135.Kofi Kingston [4]
10/16/2012-Memphis, TN
WWE Main Event
Aired on 10/17/2012 on tape delay.

136.Wade Barrett [2]
12/29/2012-Washington, D.C.
Monday Night Raw

137.The Miz [2]
04/07/2013-East Rutherford, NJ (MetLife Stadium)
WrestleMania 29 Pre-show.

138.Wade Barrett [3]
04/08/2013-East Rutherford, NJ (IZOD Center)
Monday Night Raw broadcast

139.Curtis Axel (Michael McGillicutty)
06/16/2013-Chicago, IL (AllState Arena)
Defeated Wade Barrett & The Miz.
WWE Payback PPV

140.Big E Langston (Ettore Ewen)
11/18/2013-Nashville, TN
Monday Night RAW

141.Wade Barrett [4]
05/04/2014-East Rutherford, NJ
Extreme Rules PPV

Title Vacant
06/30/2014-Hartford, CT
Monday Night Raw
Title vacated due to a shoulder injury.

142.The Miz [3]
07/20/2014-Tampa, FL
Won 19-man battle royal, last eliminating Dolph Ziggler, for the vacant title.


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