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10 best championship reigns in WWE from the 2010s

Harry Kettle
FEATURED WRITER
Top 5 / Top 10
Timeless

WWE has had some great champions since 2010
WWE has had some great champions since 2010

We’ve been through the worst of the worst when it comes to championship reigns from the last eight years, and now, it’s time to look at the best.

Some fans will argue that there have been more than just 10 great title runs in WWE as of late, and while we do agree with them, these guys took it to a whole new level. As opposed to being champions who just allowed the belt to define them as performers, they were instead able to make a name for themselves and raise the prestige of the title based on their work alone.

In some instances, the length of their time as champion didn’t even matter all too much – because it was the substance that mattered above everything else. In many ways, these 10 superstars/tag teams have proven that being a champion is more important than some members of the WWE Universe will care to admit.

With that being said, here are our 10 best championship reigns in WWE from the 2010s.


#10 Nikki Bella – Divas Championship

You may hate her, but you have to respect her
You may hate her, but you have to respect her

Nikki Bella is often criticised by ‘hardcore’ fans, despite the fact that she was arguably the best Divas Champion of all time. While that may not be much of an achievement when you consider some of the other champions that held onto the belt, fans need to appreciate the fact that Nikki was more than capable of putting on a solid match.

As the cocky heel, she managed to hold onto the title for over 300 days, and it legitimately felt like a big deal when she lost it. Bella represented everything that people hated about the belt, but because she was the face of Total Divas, it made all the sense in the world for her to claw onto the belt for as long as she did.

Point blank: she deserves to be respected.

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