5 Superstars who were double champions in WWE
There can be few things better than capturing a championship as a part of the WWE roster.
Winning a title in WWE cements your legacy forever. In the years and decades to come, your name will live forever as part of an elite list of few Superstars who were able to capture gold.
There's something all-encompassing about championship gold, as every man and woman on the roster, no matter how big or small, no matter how featured or unfeatured, wants to be champion.
Several titles in WWE have decades of history, including the WWE Championship, which this year turned 55.
Some titles, are relatively new, most notably the NXT United Kingdom Championships, which are still in their infancy.
But for some elite Superstars, they weren't satisfied with holding one title at once, instead capturing multiple titles at the same time.
Here are five Superstars who were double champions in the WWE.
#5 The Miz
It may have been a while since the WWE's resident A-Lister last held championship gold, but in 2010, The Miz was flush with titles.
Winning the United States Championship in late 2009 only helped inflate the Miz's ego, as he berated the fans who had told him he should quit.
In March 2010 though, the Marine star's head would grow even more, when he teamed with the Big Show, defeating DX to win the Unified Tag Team Championships.
Things would eventually come crashing down for The Miz though, thanks exclusively to the Hart Dynasty, as Tyson Kidd and DH Smith would win the tag titles, and shockingly, Bret Hart would win the United States title.
Despite these setbacks, The Miz moved on to bigger things, winning RAW's Money in the Bank contract, and ending 2010 as WWE Champion.