Remember when Seth Rollins kept talking about that time he held two championships at the same time as if it made him the greatest wrestler on the planet? He even had them commission a bronze statue of him, for crying out loud! Never mind that he isn’t the first wrestler to do so, and in fact, some wrestlers have even held more than two at the same time. Granted, he is the first person to hold the WWE United States and World Heavyweight titles, but compared to many people on this list, he clearly hasn’t done anything special.
10. Jay Lethal
Many people may not know who Jay Lethal is. He is a very talented wrestler who spent much of his career in TNA, even partnering with current WWE Superstar Xavier Woods for a time. However, Lethal’s recent claim to fame is that he is was both the Ring of Honor World Champion and Television Champion. For those unaware, Ring of Honor probably one of the largest and longest-running independent promotions in North America, with a weekly television show and a fairly dedicated fanbase. With Seth Rollins’ accomplishments coming almost directly on the heels of Lethal’s, some wrestling fans have attempted to claim that WWE was “copying” Ring of Honor by having their own dual champion, something that even Lethal has said is fairly ridiculous. After all, he knows that there are still nine more entries on this list alone containing wrestlers who have matched or exceeded Rollins and Lethal well before either even held a single title.