|EMF Intercontinental Championship|
|Date Won||December 28, 2008|
|Promotion||Extreme Measures Federation|
|Date Created||December 14th, 1999|
|Most Reigns||Jarred Carthallion (4 reigns)|
|Longest Reign||Tyson Tomko (350 days)|
|Shortest Reign|| TwilighT (<1 minute)
Dropped title after winning it.
The Intercontinental Championship is the 2nd most prestigious Singles Title in the Extreme Measures Federation. It was created on December 14th 1999, making it one of the longest reigning Titles in the e-fed world.
Title History Edit
On the 14th December 1999, X-Cold became the first ever EMF Intercontinental Champion. His reign only lasted 5 days before he was beaten by Triple H. On the 25th January 2000, HArdcore Holly became the first man to hold the title twice when he defeated X-Pac for the gold.
After the "Dark Ages" (lost results 1999-2001) the champion was Justin Franchise. He would lose the belt to Ravage at LAst Stand 2001, who would himself lose it to Jarred Carthallion just 20 says later. Carthallion would go on to hold the belt for 190 days, a new record, before he was forced to vacate it after winning the World Title at Return of an Era 2002. In November 2002, Tony Ikeda would win the belt from Wasabi, and he wouldn't lose it for 292 days, breaking Jarred's record. He was eventually beaten by Enforcer on the September 13th Shockwave.
Jarred Cathallion would re-enter the IC Title Record books at Evolution 2003 (See EMF_Evolution when he defeated Shady Shane to begin his 3rd reign as champion. The reign was short lived, as Shane gor the gold back at EMF First Blood 2003. Jarred would later defeat Tyrant to begin his 4th reign, which is still the record.
Badd Boy's length record however was eclipsed by Tyson Tomko. Tomko would win the Championship at Whiplash 2006, and hold it for 350 days before growing bored of it and handing it over to President Cena (see EMF John C). That record still stands today.
Current Champion Edit
The current champion is MVP, who is in his First Reign. MVP defeated Punisher at the biggest event of the year, First Blood 2008. He has since retained the championship against Tommy Moss.
Full Championship History Edit
See Also Edit
|World Title • IC Title • Extreme Title • TV Title • Tag Team Titles • Women's Title • Money in the Bank Holder • Grand Slam Champions|