Originally Posted by jj60
Was I the only one who loved it? I remember when they created the concept that the Hardcore title was a belt that had to be defended 24/7. Then they had wrestlers randomly attacking the champion outside the arena like when he was sleeping. Really loved that. That was a great time for hardcore matches since the WWF was willing to take matches outside the ring and all over the arena, not to mention they didn't have the shitty PG rating so they were able to use weapons.
I enjoyed the Hardcore title before both the 24/7 rule and during it as well. It changed hands A LOT with one of Godfathers Ho's and Gerry Briscoe winning it temporarily. I also took a liking to Crash Holly as he was apart from Hardcore and had his own image becoming the Houdini of Hardcore.
Plus the matches in the funhouse and arcade were brilliant.