WWE Top 10 Championship wins: Title changes that should have made it to the list
WWE posted the Top 10 WWE Championship wins video in this week’s WWE Top 10 videos. The video had a lot of great moments, such as John Cena winning his first title, Eddie Gurrero’s first title win, and Stone Cold beating Shawn Michaels for the title making it to the top of the list.
Here’s the video:
Though the videos WWE makes are at most times commendable, this particular video seemed a bit too rushed and needed better compiling. There were a few matches that should have made the list solely based on the circumstances with which the title changes took place. Let us try and look at the title changes that should have made it to the top 10 of the list.
1. Royal Rumble 1992- Ric Flair wins the Championship
This was the only time in WWE history when a Royal Rumble winner was directly given the WWE title. Ric Flair made his entry early into the match at No.3, and withstood great wrestlers like Undertaker, Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, who were clearly the favourites in the match.
Here’s Flair’s promo after winning the title, which is by far one of the best promos by The Nature Boy.