The Excellence of Execution will be the recipient of our second "Best Two Series" thread. The man ruled the mid-90's in the WWE, and won almost every championship offered everywhere he went. Picking two matches all-time from him is going to be a massive challenge. Bret Hart vs Davey Boy Smith, Summerslam This match is one of two measuring sticks for non-gimmick Intercontinental Title matches. The build-up was simple - two face wrestlers, the champ was Hart who had regained the IC Belt from Roddy Piper in another face vs face encounter just 3 months prior. Smith, Hart's brother in law, was long overdue for a shot at the belt. What ensued was a clinic of near falls and close calls that wouldn't be duplicated until Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty did it a year later. Bret Hart vs Mr. Perfect, Summerslam Hart's first IC Title win was against the incomparable Curt Henning at Summerslam '91, and featured such moments as Hart kicking out of the Perfectplex, Henning submitting to the Sharpshooter, and Hart knocking out Perfect's manager "The Coach." This would be the last match for Henning until the '93 Survivor Series, though the two men's paths would cross again as Henning was Ric Flair's manager when Hart won his first WWF Title from him at a show in Saskatoon. With so many Hart classics out there (vs guys like Michaels, Austin, Benoit, etc.) which TWO will you choose?