The wrestling industry during the 80s and 90s was a different county; an acid-washed land of green and pink, of eye-bulging and shouting, of seemingly familiar creatures like hockey players, bin men and Elvis impersonators - but for some reason they're all thumping the pudding out of each other. The men were big. The gimmicks were bigger. When you look back at the careers of these larger-than-life creatures, these forgotten souls, these mounties and mentors, it's hard to realise just how much we've either forgotten or plain didn't know about the men and women who were dedicated to our entertainment, but not lucky enough to have been called into the office and told: "Hey, how about an Undertaker?" Roy Wayne Farris was one such superstar, joining the then-called WWF in 1986 and enjoying a few years on top before slipping down the card. He was famous for having long sideburns, his hair slicked back and rolling into town in a pink Cadillac. He's the Honky Tonk Man. Looking back, most people remember him for his infamous record 64-week Intercontinental title reign, for bonking people over the head with his guitar, and for being Jerry 'The King' Lawler's 1st cousin. But what don't we know the Greatest Intercontinental Champion of All Time?