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Don Muraco defeated Pedro Morales to capture his first Intercontinental Championship, but lost it to Morales five months later.
After his first reign, Muraco feuded with Bob Backlund and spent some time in Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, where he partnered with Roddy Piper.
Muraco returned to the WWF with a new manager, Captain Lou Albano. Muraco captured his second IC Championship by defeating Jimmy Snooka in a steel cage match.
Muraco would feud with Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson, and often acted as an arrogant villain.He would disrespect his opponents, and in one instance, came to the ring with a hoagie and ate it during the match. Muraco would eventually drop his IC Championship to Tito Santana.
Muraco failed to recapture his championship and faded from the spotlight for a short time. Muraco returned with Mr. Fuji as his manager, and would win the first ever King of The Ring.
Muraco teamed with "Cowboy" Bob Orton and made his way to ECW after he was fired in 1988.