While far from a regular fixture on WWE television during her tenure, Tamina has now clocked up more than ten years on the main roster. The daughter of Hall of Famer Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka debuted on the May 24, 2010 edition of RAW and is still going strong today.
Injuries have regularly seen Tamina sidelined from action during her career, which perhaps goes some way to explaining why she has never held a WWE female-division title despite her long run with the promotion.
Curiously, though, Tamina does have a sole WWE 24/7 Championship reign to her credit, having defeated Carmella for the title at Hell in a Cell 2019, before promptly dropping it to R-Truth later that same evening.
Multiple-time WWE Women's Championship Challenger
Although Tamina has never tasted success as a Women's Champion in WWE, she has challenged for female championship gold on a large number of pay-per-view events throughout her career.
Indeed, Tamina has competed for titles at the last two WrestleMania events. At WrestleMania 35, she teamed with Nia Jax as part of a Fatal Four-Way bout for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship (a match won by The IIconics).
Tamina then challenged for Bayley's SmackDown Women's Championship at WrestleMania 36 earlier this year in a Fatal Five-Way Elimination match - where she was the first Superstar to be defeated.
Money In The Bank 2020 saw Tamina's most recent attempt at SmackDown Women's Championship glory as she was, once again, bested by Bayley.
In an era where female Superstars have more titles open to them than at any time in history, it would be great to see Tamina finally get some kind of title run before she brings her in-ring career to a close.Published 05 Oct 2020, 19:50 IST