...win the Intercontinental Championship and break The Honky Tonk Man's record of having held it for 454 days? It's a record that still stands, and unlike Bruno or Backlund or Hogan's record of holding the WWF Championship for years and years, this is a record that could still be broken in this day and age. IMO, it's a really strong way of pushing Cesaro as the newest Paul Heyman Guy right off the bat (although it would take over a year for him to set the new record), and one that has the productivity of giving Cesaro a slow-burn push to the top rather than the "He's talented and over! Push him to the world title now!" knee-jerk reaction that I see in a lot of places. I mean, think about it. Brock Lesnar just broke the streak. I realize HTM's record for being the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion of all time isn't quite as distinguished as Taker's 21-0 record was, but it's still a record, and one that's lasted for over two decades. If Cesaro wins the Intercontinental Championship and then breaks HTM's record, that will allow Heyman when the time comes to tout about how his newest client (assuming Heyman hasn't added any new clients by then) has now smashed a record that went unbroken for 27 years, thus further proving what an eye for talent Heyman has and how people almost always prosper under his managerial services. Thoughts?