4 WWE Trophies You Forgot Existed in Last 6 Years ft. Tuwaiq Trophy

WWE has been the home to many exciting competitions, matches, and tournaments like the King of the Ring and Money in the Bank that have altered the careers of many WWE superstars in the past.

However, in the years that have followed, WWE has also seen sporadic competitions being introduced that either were one-off or failed to build momentum to continue for years. Here are the top four WWE trophies that never appeared again:

1. WWE World Cup

The WWE World Cup was a direct nod to the prestigious FIFA World Cup 2018 and began as an elimination tournament pitting WWE Superstars against each other.


In a surprising turn of events, it was Shane McMahon who emerged victorious over Dolph Ziggler in the finals at WWE Crown Jewel to win the trophy and earn the moniker of ‘The Best in the World.’

2. Tuwaiq Mountain Trophy

The Tuwaiq Mountain trophy was introduced as a homage to the rich culture of Saudi Arabia and had top-tier WWE superstars battle for the spectacular trophy. Following a hard-fought tournament, the finals came down to Rey Mysterio VS AJ Styles at WWE Super Showdown 2020.


However, Mysterio was taken out before the match by The OC. But that would led to the return of The Undertaker who took them out and chokeslammed AJ Styles to the mat to win the trophy that would never make a second appearance again.

3. Greatest Royal Rumble

The first WWE event held in Saudi Arabia was the Greatest Royal Rumble. The name-sake main event featured an impressive 50-man Royal Rumble match, unlike the traditional 30-person over-the-top melee.

The match saw memorable moments and records with Braun Strowman walking out as the winner with a championship belt and trophy in the match’s sole hosting.


4. Women’s Battle Royal

As a counterpart to the annual Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, WWE introduced a Counterpart Battle Royal for the women.

The match that I started off with controversy saw only two editions at WrestleMania 34 & 35. However, the match for the prestigious trophy was abandoned after that and never took place again.


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