For a wrestler that has provided so many iconic moments and inspired so many future WWE stars, it's shocking to think that Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka didn't win a single title in WWE.
Not only did he give us the unforgettable image of him leaping from the top of the steel cage onto Don Muraco in 1983, Snuka's high-flying style invigorated the sport. His innovation, daringness and charisma helped him become one of the most popular wrestlers in the company.
Snuka came close to capturing the WWE Championship several times in a feud with Bob Backlund. Snuka won several of their encounters, but always by countout or disqualification.
That long feud, along with his intense rivalry with Roddy Piper, was two of WWE's most memorable. And while Piper was later rewarded with an Intercontinental title run, Snuka was not.
Not sniffing any WWE gold likely had to do with Snuka leaving WWE in 1985 and again in 1993.
Snuka did go on to become ECW's first world champ and be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, but his popularity and talent should have earned him a championship or two in the WWE.