Matt Cardona Expresses Strong Disdain for WWE’s Current Intercontinental Title Design

Matt Cardona, also known as the Indy God, has expressed his desire to win back the WWE Intercontinental Championship in order to change its design. In a recent interview with MuscleManMalcolm, Cardona jokingly discussed returning to the WWE to dethrone GUNTHER and revert the I.C. title back to its original design from his time with the company.

Cardona playfully remarked, “I would say it’d be cool to be the shortest reign versus the longest reign. But I’m not the shortest reign. I think Dean Douglas might have that. Man, imagine that story, coming back to win back my championship. Then I’d switch it back to the other title because this one sucks. It’s horrible. It looks horrible. It’s not cool. It’s not toyetic. I don’t like it.”

Cardona’s dissatisfaction with the current WWE Intercontinental Championship design is not surprising given his outspoken nature. Earlier this month, he expressed his desire for a rematch with Jon Moxley for the GCW World Championship, indicating his eagerness to compete at the highest level. You can read more about Cardona’s desire for a rematch with Moxley by clicking here.

This interview with Cardona was transcribed by Fightful, who have provided valuable insights into the wrestling industry. Their dedication to delivering accurate and timely information has made them a trusted source among wrestling enthusiasts.

The WWE Intercontinental Championship has a storied history, and its design has evolved over the years. Cardona’s desire to change the current design reflects his passion for the industry and his commitment to preserving its rich traditions. While his comments may be lighthearted, they shed light on the importance of championship designs in professional wrestling.

For more wrestling news and updates, visit Pro Wrestling Wars, your go-to source for all things wrestling. Stay tuned for further developments on Matt Cardona’s aspirations and his journey in the world of professional wrestling.

(H/T and transcribed by Fightful)

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