These lists are the worst for going out of date.
By the time you read this, at least one of the upcoming entries could be out of date, and that includes if you've clicked within seconds of it hitting the website. Such is the paradox of being a champion in professional wrestling. Theoretically a career peak or pinnacle, it's one that can be taken away with a swiftness that betrays the journey to the proverbial mountain top.
This was never clearer than during WWE's post-WrestleMania attempt to change up the Championship scenes across both shows. Roman Reigns' victory on 'The Grandest Stage' never really felt like the original intention ahead of the event, and felt even less like the long-term plan afterwards. Triple H's rationale for setting Raw up with its own World Championship was weak, while attempts to declutter the tag divisions and de-emphasise the branding of the Raw and SmackDown-specific Women's Championships were clumsy and fake-feeling.
More's the pity too - both WWE and AEW have shown impressive restraint with their title reigns of late, making a collection such as this harder to rank than normal. But there are peaks and valleys to be found when you take a closer look...
20. Nathan Frazer (NXT Heritage Cup)
An unimportant prize that's been marginally elevated by Nathan Frazer actually wanting to win it, the NXT UK staple was probably at its most valuable when somebody had to pay for extra hand luggage flying it over from the BT Sports studios.
The rounds matches aren't for everybody, but they are at least exclusive to WWE in North America at present. Your mileage may vary on that being a blessing or a curse.