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Royal Rumble 1988 January 24, 1988 in Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum drawing 18,000 Shown live on USA (8.2) Ricky Steamboat beat Rick Rude (17:00) via DQ.

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Judgment Day 01 – Sacramento, CA – Arco Arena – May 20, 2001 (sell out) Sunday Night Heat: Raven defeated Val Venis Hardcore & Crash …

The WWE Hardcore Championship was a hardcore wrestling championship in WWE (formerly the World Wrestling Federation), which was contested under “hardcore” rules (no disqualifications, no countouts, and pinfalls count anywhere).

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The WWE Intercontinental Championship is a professional wrestling championship created and promoted by the American professional wrestling promotion WWE on the Raw brand.Along with the United States Championship, it is one of the two secondary titles of the promotion.

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The WWE Championship is widely recognized as the most historic championship in WWE. Dating back to 1963, the WWE Championship was first awarded to Buddy Rogers after he defeated Antonino Rocca in the finals of a tournament in April.

History of the Intercontinental Heavyweight Pro-Wrestling Title, recognized by World Wrestling Entertainment.

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The WWE Intercontinental Championship is a professional wrestling championship created and promoted by the American professional wrestling promotion WWE on the Raw brand.It is one of the two secondary titles of the promotion, along with the WWE United States Championship, which is on the SmackDown brand.

Championship histories of World Wrestling Entertainment, formerly known as the World Wrestling Federation and World Wide Wrestling Federation.

WrestleMania March 31, 1985 in New York City, NY Madison Square Garden drawing 22,000 ($502,000) Shown live on CCTV drawing 398,000 ($3,800,000) Shown live on …

WWF / WWE RAW (1993-Present) 2001. Taped 12/29/00; Austin, TX; Frank Erwin Center 1/1/01: The Undertaker pinned Rikishi with a DDT; due to prematch stipulations, the Undertaker advanced to a #1 contender’s match on Smackdown!