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Title history
Wrestler: Reign No.: Date: Location: Notes:
Pat Patterson 1 September 15, 1979 N/A Patterson was awarded the title as a result of defeating Ted DiBiase to win the WWF North American Heavyweight Championship on June 19, 1979 in Allentown, PA, and claiming to have defended the title in a tournament held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to be unified with a South American Championship.[2][1]
Ken Patera 1 April 21, 1980 New York, NY [3]
Pedro Morales 1 December 8, 1980 New York, NY [4]
Don Muraco 1 June 20, 1981 Philadelphia, PA [5]
Pedro Morales 2 November 23, 1981 New York, NY [6]
Don Muraco 2 January 22, 1983 New York, NY [7]
Tito Santana 1 February 11, 1984 Boston, MA [8]
Greg Valentine 1 September 24, 1984 London, ON Aired October 13, 1984 on Maple Leaf Wrestling.[9]
Tito Santana 2 July 6, 1985 Baltimore, MD Won the title in a steel cage match.[10]
Randy Savage 1 February 8, 1986 Boston, MA [11]
Ricky Steamboat 1 March 29, 1987 Pontiac, MI Won the title at WrestleMania III.[12]
The Honky Tonk Man 1 June 2, 1987 Buffalo, NY Aired June 13, 1987 on WWF Superstars of Wrestling.[13][14]
The Ultimate Warrior 1 August 29, 1988 New York, NY Won the title at SummerSlam.[15][16]
Rick Rude 1 April 2, 1989 Atlantic City, NJ Won the title at WrestleMania V.[17]
The Ultimate Warrior 2 August 28, 1989 East Rutherford, NJ Won the title at SummerSlam.[18][19]
Vacated April 1, 1990 The title was vacated when Warrior defeated Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship at WrestleMania VI.[18]
Mr. Perfect 1 April 23, 1990 Austin, TX Defeated Tito Santana in a tournament final, aired May 19, 1990 on WWF Superstars.[20][14]
The Texas Tornado 1 August 27, 1990 Philadelphia, PA Won the title at SummerSlam.[21]
Mr. Perfect 2 November 19, 1990 Rochester, NY Aired December 15, 1990 on WWF Superstars.[22][14]
Bret Hart 1 August 26, 1991 New York, NY Won the title at SummerSlam.[23][19]
The Mountie 1 January 17, 1992 Springfield, MA Won the title at a house show.[24]
Roddy Piper 1 January 19, 1992 Albany, NY Won the title at Royal Rumble.[25][26]
Bret Hart 2 April 5, 1992 Indianapolis, IN Won the title at WrestleMania VIII.[27][28]
The British Bulldog 1 August 29, 1992 London, England Won the title at SummerSlam.[29][19]
Shawn Michaels 1 October 27, 1992 Terre Haute, IN Aired November 8, 1992 on Saturday Night's Main Event XXXI.[30][31]
Marty Jannetty 1 May 17, 1993 New York, NY Won the title on Monday Night Raw.[32][33]
Shawn Michaels 2 June 6, 1993 Albany, NY Won the title at a house show.[34]
Vacated September 27, 1993 Michaels was stripped of the title for failing to defend it within 30 days.[35]
Razor Ramon 1 September 27, 1993 New Haven, CT Ramon and Rick Martel were the final two participants in a battle royal on Raw, in which the last two would face off the next week for the vacant title; Ramon won the match, aired October 11, 1993.[33] Shawn Michaels later returned, claiming to be the true champion as nobody defeated him for the title; Ramon went on to defeat Michaels in a ladder match on March 20, 1994 at WrestleMania X to become undisputed champion.[35]
Diesel 1 April 13, 1994 Rochester, NY Won the title on WWF Superstars. Also held the*WWF Tag Team Championship[36]
Razor Ramon 2 August 29, 1994 Chicago, IL Won the title at SummerSlam.[37]
Jeff Jarrett 1 January 22, 1995 Tampa, FL Won the title at Royal Rumble.[38][26]
Vacated April 26, 1995 Held up after a controversial title defense against Bob Holly in a house show.[39]
Jeff Jarrett 2 April 26, 1995 Moline, IL Defeated Bob Holly in a rematch.[39]
Razor Ramon 3 May 19, 1995 Montreal, QC Won the title at a house show in a ladder match.[40]
Jeff Jarrett 3 May 22, 1995 Trois-Rivières, QC Won the title at a house show.[41]
Shawn Michaels 3 July 23, 1995 Nashville, TN Won the title at In Your House 2.[42][43]
Dean Douglas 1 October 22, 1995 Winnipeg, MB Douglas won the title by forfeit at In Your House 4 due to Michaels being legitimately attacked outside a nightclub in Syracuse, NY on October 14, 1995.[44]
Razor Ramon 4 October 22, 1995 Winnipeg, MB Won the title at In Your House 4.[45]
Goldust 1 January 21, 1996 Fresno, CA Won the title at Royal Rumble.[46][26]
Vacated March 25, 1996[46] Held up when a title defense against Savio Vega (aired April 15, 1996 on Monday Night Raw)[47] ends in a no contest.[48]
Goldust 2 April 1, 1996 San Bernardino, CA Defeated Savio Vega in a rematch, aired April 22, 1996 on Monday Night Raw.[48][47]
Ahmed Johnson 1 June 23, 1996 Milwaukee, WI Won the title at King of the Ring.[49]
Vacated August 12, 1996 Vacated due to injury.[49]
Marc Mero 1 September 23, 1996 Hershey, PA Defeated Faarooq in a tournament final on Monday Night Raw.[50][47]
Hunter Hearst Helmsley 1 October 21, 1996 Fort Wayne, IN Won the title on Monday Night Raw.[51][47]
Rocky Maivia 1 February 13, 1997 Lowell, MA Won the title on Thursday Night Raw.[52]
Owen Hart 1 April 28, 1997 Omaha, NE Won the title on Raw is War.[53][54]
Steve Austin 1 August 3, 1997 East Rutherford, NJ Won the title at SummerSlam.[55]
Vacated September 8, 1997 Vacated due to a neck injury Austin suffered in winning the title.[55][56]
Owen Hart 2 October 5, 1997 St. Louis, MO Defeated Faarooq in a tournament final at In Your House: Badd Blood.[57][58]
Steve Austin 2 November 9, 1997 Montreal, QC Won the title at Survivor Series.[59]
The Rock
(formerly Rocky Maivia) 2 December 8, 1997 Portland, ME Austin handed the title to Rock on Raw is War.[60][54]
Triple H
(formerly Hunter Hearst Helmsley) 2 August 30, 1998 New York, NY Won the title in a ladder match at SummerSlam.[61][19]
Vacated October 9, 1998 Vacated due to injury.[61]
Ken Shamrock 1 October 12, 1998 Uniondale, NY Defeated X-Pac in a tournament final on Raw is War.[62][63]
Val Venis 1 February 14, 1999 Memphis, TN Won the title at In Your House: St. Valentine's Day Massacre with Billy Gunn as the special referee.[64][65]
Road Dogg 1 March 15, 1999 San Jose, CA Won the title on Raw is War.[66]
Goldust 3 March 29, 1999 East Rutherford, NJ This was a Triple Threat match, also involving Chyna.[67]
The Godfather 1 April 12, 1999 Detroit, MI Won the title on Raw is War.[68]
Jeff Jarrett 4 May 31, 1999 Moline, IL Won the title on Raw is War.[69][70]
Edge 1 July 24, 1999 Toronto, ON Won the title at a house show.[71]
Jeff Jarrett 5 July 25, 1999 Buffalo, NY Won the title at Fully Loaded.[72][73]
D'Lo Brown 1 July 26, 1999 Dayton, OH Won the title on Raw is War; Brown's WWF European Championship was also on the line.[74]
Jeff Jarrett 6 August 22, 1999 Minneapolis, MN Won the title at SummerSlam; Brown's European Championship was also on the line, so Jarrett won both titles.[75][19]
Chyna 1 October 17, 1999 Cleveland, OH This was a Good Housekeeping match at No Mercy.[76][77]
Chris Jericho 1 December 12, 1999 Sunrise, FL Won the title at Armageddon.[78]
Chyna (2) and
Chris Jericho 2 January 3, 2000 Miami, FL On December 28, 1999 (aired December 30, 1999) on SmackDown!, a title match between Chyna and Jericho ended in a double pinfall; as a result, on the January 3, 2000 Raw is War, they were recognized as co-champions.[79]
Chris Jericho 2 January 23, 2000 New York, NY Defeated Chyna and Hardcore Holly in a triple threat match at Royal Rumble to become undisputed champion.[80]
Kurt Angle 1 February 27, 2000 Hartford, CT Won the title at No Way Out. Also holds WWF European Championship.[81]
Chris Benoit 1 April 2, 2000 Anaheim, CA This was a two-fall, triple threat match at WrestleMania 2000 also involving Chris Jericho, in which the winner of the first fall would win the Intercontinental title, and the winner of the second fall would win the European title. Benoit won the first, and Jericho the second.[82]
Chris Jericho 3 May 2, 2000 Richmond, VA Aired May 4, 2000 on SmackDown!.[83]
Chris Benoit 2 May 8, 2000 Uniondale, NY Won the title on Raw is War.[84][85]
Rikishi 1 June 20, 2000 Memphis, TN Aired June 22, 2000 on SmackDown!.[86][87]
Val Venis 2 July 4, 2000 Fort Lauderdale, FL Aired July 6, 2000 on SmackDown!.[88]
Chyna 3 August 27, 2000 Raleigh, NC Won the title at SummerSlam in a mixed tag team match that pitted Chyna and Eddie Guerrero against Venis and Trish Stratus, in which the winner of the fall would win the title; Chyna pinned Stratus.[89]
Eddie Guerrero 1 September 4, 2000 Knoxville, TN This was a triple threat match also involving Kurt Angle on Raw is War.[90]
Billy Gunn 1 November 21, 2000 Sunrise, FL Aired November 23, 2000 on SmackDown!.[91][87]
Chris Benoit 3 December 10, 2000 Birmingham, AL Won the title at Armageddon.[92]
Chris Jericho 4 January 21, 2001 New Orleans, LA This was a ladder match at Royal Rumble.[93][26]
Triple H 3 April 3, 2001 Oklahoma City, OK Aired April 5, 2001 on SmackDown!.[94]
Jeff Hardy 1 April 10, 2001 Philadelphia, PA Aired April 12, 2001 on SmackDown!.[95]
Triple H 4 April 16, 2001 Knoxville, TN Won the title on Raw is War.[96][97]
Kane 1 May 20, 2001 Sacramento, CA This was a chain match at Judgment Day.[98][99]
Albert 1 June 26, 2001 New York, NY This was a no-disqualification match, aired June 28, 2001 on SmackDown!.[100][101]
Lance Storm 1 July 23, 2001 Buffalo, NY Won the title on Raw is War.[102][97]
Edge 2 August 19, 2001 San Jose, CA Won the title at SummerSlam.[103]
Christian 1 September 23, 2001 Pittsburgh, PA Won the title at Unforgiven.[104]
Edge 3 October 21, 2001 St. Louis, MO This was a ladder match at No Mercy.[105][77]
Test 1 November 5, 2001 Uniondale, NY Won the title on Raw.[106]
Edge 4 November 18, 2001 Greensboro, NC This was a unification match at Survivor Series to seal Edge's WCW United States Championship.[107]
William Regal 1 January 20, 2002 Atlanta, GA Won the title at Royal Rumble.[108]
Rob Van Dam 1 March 17, 2002 Toronto, ON Won the title at WrestleMania X8.[109]
Eddie Guerrero 2 April 21, 2002 Kansas City, MO Won the title at Backlash.[110] The title was renamed the WWE Intercontinental Championship on May 6, 2002 after World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. settled a lawsuit with the World Wide Fund for Nature, and dropped "Federation" from all references in the company.[111]
Rob Van Dam 2 May 27, 2002 Edmonton, AB This was a Ladder match on Raw.[112][113]
Chris Benoit 4 July 29, 2002 Greensboro, NC Won the title on Raw.[114][113]
Rob Van Dam 3 August 25, 2002 Uniondale, NY Won the title at SummerSlam.[115][19]
Chris Jericho 5 September 16, 2002 Denver, CO Won the title on Raw.[116][113]
Kane 2 September 30, 2002 Houston, TX Won the title on Raw.[117]
Triple H 5 October 20, 2002 Little Rock, AR This was a unification match at No Mercy to unify the Intercontinental title into Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship.[118]
Unified October 20, 2002 Unified with Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship.[118]
Christian 2 May 18, 2003 Charlotte, NC Won a battle royal at Judgment Day to revive the title.[119]
Booker T 1 July 7, 2003 Montreal, QC Won the title on Raw.[120]
Christian 3 August 10, 2003 Des Moines, IA Won the title at a house show.[121]
Rob Van Dam 4 September 29, 2003 Chicago, IL This was a ladder match on Raw.[122]
Chris Jericho 6 October 27, 2003 Fayetteville, NC Won the title on Raw.[123]
Rob Van Dam 5 October 27, 2003 Fayetteville, NC This was a steel cage match on Raw.[124]
Randy Orton 1 December 14, 2003 Orlando, FL Won the title at Armageddon, with Mick Foley as the guest referee.[125][126]
Edge 5 July 11, 2004 Hartford, CT Won the title at Vengeance.[127]
Vacated September 6, 2004 Vacated due to injury.[127]
Chris Jericho 7 September 12, 2004 Portland, OR Defeated Christian in a ladder match at Unforgiven.[128]
Shelton Benjamin 1 October 19, 2004 Milwaukee, WI Won the title at Taboo Tuesday. Benjamin was voted into this match.[129][130]
Carlito 1 June 20, 2005 Phoenix, AZ Won the title on Raw.[131]
Ric Flair 1 September 18, 2005 Oklahoma City, OK Won the title at Unforgiven.[132]
Shelton Benjamin 2 February 20, 2006 Trenton, NJ Won the title on Raw.[133]
Rob Van Dam 6 April 30, 2006 Lexington, KY Won the title at Backlash, with Van Dam's Money in the Bank contract also on the line.[134]
Shelton Benjamin 3 May 15, 2006 Lubbock, TX This was a 3-on-2 Handicap Texas Tornado match on Raw featuring Benjamin, Chris Masters and Triple H against WWE Champion John Cena and Rob Van Dam, in which anyone to beat Cena or Van Dam would win their respective title; Benjamin pinned Van Dam.[135]
Johnny Nitro 1 June 25, 2006 Charlotte, NC This was a triple threat match at Vengeance, also involving Carlito.[136]
Jeff Hardy 2 October 2, 2006 Topeka, KS Won the title on Raw.[137]
Johnny Nitro 2 November 6, 2006 Columbus, OH This was a no disqualification match on Raw.[138]
Jeff Hardy 3 November 13, 2006 Manchester, England Won the title on Raw.[139]
Umaga 1 February 19, 2007 Bakersfield, CA Won the title on Raw.[140]
Santino Marella 1 April 16, 2007 Milan, Italy This was a no holds barred match on Raw.[141]
Umaga 2 July 2, 2007 Dallas, TX Won the title on Raw.[142]
Jeff Hardy 4 September 2, 2007 Columbus, OH Aired September 3 on Raw.[143]
Chris Jericho 8 March 10, 2008 Milwaukee, WI Won the title on Raw. [144]
Kofi Kingston 1 June 29, 2008 Dallas, TX Won the title at Night of Champions[145]

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