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I do not think the Intercontinental title will ever be on the level it once was simply because it is not in the focus of the public. With new belts like the women's championship, the cruiser weight championship and the Universal Championship, the IC title gets overshadowed. In a time period when heavy weights ruled the roster, the IC title meant something. Now, cruiserweights are accepted and pushed by the company. When people like Shawn Michael's rules the yard, it was a different story. Heavy weights once ran the company, but that is a thing of the past.
My favorite IC Champion of all time is the late, great Chyna. She won the belt off of Jeff Jarrett in a match that I would never forget. The woman busted a kitchen sink over his head. Chyna just didn't break down the walls for women at the time, but for women of today. Without China there would be no Sasha Banks, Bayley or Ric Flair. She literally proved a woman can do anything a man is capable of, if not more. She might not have held the title long, but the fact that she won at all is life changing. No other female wrestler in the history of the profession has ever held that title. She broke barriers, destroyed walls and seriously proved that standards don't need to be held. She showed that women can be strong and that they can endure anything. She changed my life that day and I'm sure many others were effected as well.
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