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The Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Championship is the second-tier title to be won in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation.

Title historyEdit

Key
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
# Indicates what number the reign is
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the titles were won
N/A The information is not available or is unknown
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily.

ReignsEdit

# Champion Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes
1 Lance Hanson 1 January 2, 1998 64 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Defeated Tony Clark to become the inaugural champion.
2 Tony Clark 1 March 6, 1998 7 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
3 Hollerhaur 1 March 13, 1998 36 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
4 Tricia 1 April 17, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
5 Cletus B. Grizzly 1 May 15, 1998 8 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
6 Brian Holmes 1 May 23, 1998 35 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day
7 Mark Little 1 June 26, 1998 93 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
8 B.F.O. Steve 1 September 26, 1998 29 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven
9 Adam Tayeh 1 October 24, 1998 36 Williamsville, IL No Mercy
10 Adele 1 November 28, 1998 70 Williamsville, IL Survivor Series
11 Hollerhaur 2 February 5, 1998 43 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
12 Adele 2 March 19, 1998 65 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
13 Jared Matulevich 1 May 22, 1999 36 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day This was a triple threat match involving Adam Tayeh.
14 Adele 3 June 26, 1999 29 Williamsville, IL King of the Ring This was a 3 out of 5 Tables Match.
VACANT July 24, 1999 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded Adele was stripped of the title when she violated Mr. McQuality's rule of using her Whirlwind finisher as it was considered an illegal move before the event.
15 Chase Harris 1 August 28, 1999 57 Williamsville, IL  Summerslam Chase won the tournament finals against Jared "The Perfect One" Matulevich.
16 Adele 4 October 23, 1999 42 Williamsville, IL No Mercy
VACANT December 3, 1999 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Director of the Board Richard Spenn declared all titles vacant in order for the WWF to regain its former glory and give chances to other Superstars.
17 Adele 5 December 26, 1999 28 Williamsville, IL Armageddon Adele won the tournament finals against Jared "The Perfect One" Matulevich to win the title.
18 Mike Lazoen 1 January 22, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Royal Rumble
19 John Michael 1 February 26, 2000 7 Williamsvile, IL No Way Out This match was originally set to be for the WWF Tag Team Championships and the Intercontinental Champion with Paige as Lazoen's partner. Gemini Drake was recovering from a knee injury so this was made into a handicap match for the Intercontinental Championship.
VACANT March 3, 2000 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare John vacates the title to become a full time Tag Team Champion. A mini-tournament was held to decide the new champion.
20 Adam Tayeh 2 March 3, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Adam won the tournament finals against Tedd Hawkins.
21 Gemini Drake 1 May 5, 2000 22 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
22 Adam Tayeh 3 May 27, 2000 7 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day This match also for the WWF Championship.
23 Kurt Angle 1 June 2, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
VACANT July 7, 2000 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Kurt Angle vacates the title upon winning the WWF Championship. The title is held in a miniature tournament.
24 Matt McQuality 1 July 7, 2000 15 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare Matt won the tournament final against Turnbull.
25 Tyler Casson 1 July 22, 2000 36 Williamsville, IL Fully Loaded
26 Pritch Nasty 1 August 26, 2000 31 Williamsville, IL Summerslam Referee Bryan Leetzor fast counted and deliberately didn't stop even though Tyler kicked out.
27 Mark Little 2 September 23, 2000 64 Williamsville, IL Unforgiven
28 Fluisa 1 November 25, 2000 7 Williamsville, IL Survivor Series Harlem Heat challenged Ron Popeil's team to a "Harlem Beatdown" Match - a.k.a. an 8-person tag 2/3 falls match. The first fall was for the WWF Hardcore Championship while the second was for the Intercontinental Championship. Stevie Ray won the first fall and Fluisa won the second. Booker T was also on Harlem Heat's team.
29 "Rambo" Mitts 1 December 1, 2000 58 Williamsville, IL Friday Night Rare
30 Booker T 1 January 27, 2001 92 Williamsville, IL Royal Rumble
31 John Michael 2 April 28, 2001 30 Williamsville, IL Whiplash
VACANT May 27, 2001 Williamsville, IL Judgment Day The championship is vacated after Judgment Day as the WWF is closed down.
32 Ron Popeil 1 August 28, 2001 8 N/A EIWF Arena The championship was decided during an EIWF show when the WWF took over for a work. This match involved Kurt Angle.
33 Mark Little 3 September 4, 2001 72 N/A EIWF Destruction Mark set a WWF record by pinning Popeil in 3 seconds.
34 Billy Gunn 1 November 14, 2001 34 N/A EIWF Arena
35 Hades 1 December 17, 2001 36 N/A EIWF Final Countdown The EIWF Intercontinental Championship was unified with the WWF Interconitnental Championship in this match.
VACANT January 21, 2002 N/A The EIWF was shutdown after the entire roster walked out. The WWF reopened not too long after its closure.
36 Christian 1 January 21, 2002 35 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This match also involved Booker T.
37 John Michael 3 February 24, 2002 51 Milwaukee, WI No Way Out
38 Chris Jericho 1 April 15, 2002 4 Providence, RI Monday Night Rare
39 Kurt Angle 2 April 18, 2002 39 Jackson, MS Thursday Night Low Down
40 Angel Zoelzer 1 May 26, 2002 92 Nashville, TN Judgment Day
41 X-Cutioner 1 August 25, 2002 9 Uniondale, NY Summerslam
42 Pritch Nasty 2 September 2, 2002 673 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This match was decided in a Whopper Eating Contest. Pritch holds the title for two whole years while the company was on hiatus. When it reopens in 2004 he returns as the champion.
43 Chris Jericho 2 July 5, 2004 82 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Monday Night Rare
44 Ahmed Johnson 1 September 24, 2004 38 Orlando, FL Friday Night Low Down
VACANT October 31, 2004 The WWF goes into another hiatus after the Trick or Treat pay-per-view.
45 Rhett Tucker 1 October 31, 2005 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Rhett believes himself to be the owner of the company and rewards himself all the titles. John Michael reveals he's not, but counts his title reign.
46 Chris Jericho 3 October 31, 2005 49 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
47 C.M. Smokey 1 December 18, 2005 36 Providence, RI Armageddon
48 Adam Tayeh 4 January 22, 2006 29 Miami, FL Royal Rumble
49 Jean-Claude Van Damme 1 February 19, 2006 37 Portland, MD No Way Out
50 Cletus B. Grizzly 2 March 27, 2006 6 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
51 Mark Little 4 April 3, 2006 6 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
52 Cletus B. Grizzly 3 April 10, 2006 6 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
53 Gemini Drake 2 April 17, 2006 71 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
54 Fluisa 2 June 26, 2006 29 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
55 C.M. Smokey 2 July 24, 2006 22 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Fluisa had beaten Smokey seconds earlier until John Michael makes her compete a second time against him, resulting in a roll up pin from Smokey.
56 Cletus B. Grizzly 4 August 14, 2006 12 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
57 Gemini Drake 3 August 27, 2006 29 Boston, MA Summerslam
58 Sam 1 September 24, 2006 16 Toronto, Ontario, Canada Unforgiven
59 Adam Tayeh 5 October 9, 2006 12 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
60 Nate Griffel 1 October 22, 2006 36 Raleigh, NC No Mercy
61 Gen 1 November 26, 2006 1 Philadelphia, PA Survivor Series Nate and WWF Women's Champion Gen were challenged by Rhett Tucker and Amber to a Winner Take All Tag Team Match. The officials neglected to state that depending on which person was pinned determined the champion. Gen pinned Rhett and became the Intercontinental Champion while retaining her Women's Championship.
62 Rhett Tucker 2 November 27, 2006 29 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare This was a fatal four way involving Nate Griffel and Amber.
63 Nate Griffel 2 December 24, 2006 92 Richmond, VA Armageddon
64 C.M. Smokey 3 March 25, 2007 155 Detroit, MI WrestleFest VII Smokey was awarded the record of holding the Intercontinental Championship, though Pritch Nasty was unofficially the record holder.
65 Stalker Sean 1 August 28, 2007 30 East Rutherford, NJ Summerslam The WWF European Championship and WWF Softcore Championship were unified with the Intercontinental Championship during this match.
66 Shawn Michaels 1 September 24, 2007 <1 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
VACANT September 24, 2007 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Shawn Michaels vacated the title as he was retired earlier in the year.
67 Eddie Hordong 1 October 1, 2007 13 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare Eddie defeated George Hall in the finals of a tournament to decide the champion.
68 Branden Fortney 1 October 15, 2007 29 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
69 Gemini Drake 4 November 12, 2007 29 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
70 Pritch Nasty 3 December 10, 2007 77 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
71 Pritch Nasty and Gemini Drake 3 / 5 February 24, 2008 36 Paradise, NV No Way Out On February 24, 2008 on No Way Out, a title match between Gemini and Pritch ended in a double pinfall; as a result they were recognized as co-champions.
72 Gemini Drake 6 March 30, 2008 65 Orlando, FL WrestleFest VIII This match was a ladder match.
73 Pritch Nasty 4 June 2, 2008 22 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
74 C.M. Smokey 4 June 23, 2008 28 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
75 Cletus B. Grizzly 5 July 20, 2008 36 Uniondale, NY Vengeance Cletus' little brother, Marky, was the referee of this match and deliberately screwed Smokey in the final decision.
76 John Michael 4 August 24, 2008 36 Indianapolis, IN SummerSlam
77 Adam Tayeh 6 September 28, 2008 1 Cleveland, OH Unforgiven
78 Inferno 1 September 29, 2008 28 Williamsville, IL Monday Night Rare
79 Karma Sabich 1 October 26, 2008 <1 Portland, OR No Mercy
80 Big Show 1 October 26, 2008 29 Portland, OR No Mercy General Manager Kurt Angle strips Karma of the title and fires her, along with the other FemiNazis, awarding Big Show the title.
81 John Michael 5 November 23, 2008 <1 Boston, MA Survivor Series This match was a triple threat match including Gemini Drake. This match unified and retired both the Intercontinental and WWF Championships.
RETIRED November 23, 2008 Boston, MA Survivor Series Retired following Survivor Series.

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