At 472 days, Gunther is not only the longest-reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion of all-time, he’s also the greatest. D.C. Wood puts forth his case why!
On the 23rd August 2023, the wrestling world lost another legend. One of the greatest of all time in Terry Funk. We look back on the Funker’s greatest matches.
The SmarkDown Crew looks at AEW’s first-ever trip to the UK! Wembley Stadium, no less! But did it love up to the hype? Was it worthy of previous wrestling-shows held in Great Britain! Let’s discuss!
Only 24 hours after the wrestling world lost Terry Funk…more tragedy befell us all. Triple H announced to the world that he’d received a phone call from Mike Rotunda (Irwin R. Schyster) that his son Windham Rotunda – famously known as Bray Wyatt – had died from a heart attack at the age of 36. […]
The war between the Brothers of Destruction and the Two-Man Power Trip grows more intense in 2001, and it’s Judgement Day for the Game as Kane goes after the Intercontinental Championship! Welcome to part 9 of The Blog of Kane! My apologies for sidelining this series of the Big Red Machine for so long, but […]
First things first…I MUST forever thank my cousin Jack for being able to get us tickets for BOTH SmackDown AND Money in the Bank 2023. I couldn’t get tickets as soon as they went on sale because I was at work. Luckily, Jack was able to, and I also thank him over and over again […]
Who is the greatest Money in the Bank winner in WWE history?
SmarkDown counts down the Top 15 VERY BEST WWE Intercontinental Championship Matches of all time, let’s go!
February is a forgotten month in wrestling, especially since it’s sandwiched between WWE’s Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. But the month’s had great PPV matches.
WWE’s Elimination Chamber Matches are brutally long and punishing. Ultimately, only two remain and fight for victory. These are the 10 best final-two ever.