10 greatest title changes in WWE from the 2010s
We're under two years away from the 2010s coming to an end, and for the most part, it's been an interesting decade of wrestling for WWE.
We've seen legends retire and return, we've seen a crop of new Superstars break into the main event scene, and we've seen the women's revolution sweep throughout the company in a way that nobody could've imagined.
In addition to all of that, we've also seen some of the best and most dramatic title changes in the history of the company.
Now, as we get ready to run down this list, bare in mind that there are several other potential moments that could've easily been included. However, we personally felt an attachment to the guys and girls who managed to lift their respective championship on these occasions.
With that being said, here are our 10 greatest title changes in WWE from the 2010s.
#10 The Usos
While The Usos are currently enjoying their best run ever as the bad-ass tweeners on SmackDown Live, they have indeed been successful as babyfaces in the past.
That sounds odd to hear out loud given that most fans are only choosing to remember their recent work, but back in early 2014, Jimmy & Jey managed to capture their first ever Tag Team Championships after many, many years of waiting.
It legitimately felt like a big moment which is rare with the tag team division and was even rarer back then.
It's no coincidence that The New Age Outlaws were the ones to put them over because let's be honest, very few people were heavily invested in their run as Champions.
Still, the crowd reaction they received was something that proved just how good they are.