After Evolution disbanded, due to Triple H taking time off, Flair would turn babyface and win the Intercontinental Championship for the first time in his career. When Triple H returned, it seemed he would join Flair and also turn face, but after winning a match against Chris Masters and Carlito, he would turn on Flair and attack him with a sledge hammer. It lead to an Intercontinental Championship match between the two at Taboo Tuesday inside a steel cage. Flair would win the match and retain his title, but would lose their ensuing last man standing match at Survivor Series. After the feud with Triple H, he would move on to a feud with Edge, which culminated in him receiving a WWE Championship TLC match on an episode of Monday Night Raw. He would lose the match, but would continue proving he had a lot left in the tank. Flair would eventually lose the Intercontinental Championship to Shelton Benjamin in February 2006, and take a short break in order to get some rest and get married, but he would be back by June to begin a feud with Mick Foley. After his feud with Foley, Flair would capture his last major championship when he and Roddy Piper defeated The Spirit Squad for the World Tag Team Championships, they would lose them less than a week later to Rated RKO (Edge and Randy Orton). After a brief partnership and feud with Carlito, Flair was drafted to Smackdown, but the move didn’t last long. After joining forces with Batista, Flair was “injured” by The Great Khali, and took a 3 months hiatus. Flair’s next return would be his last, but it would provide us with some of the best story telling work of his career.