The main goal of any WWE Superstar is to hold a title, but WWE has given out plenty of non-title awards over the years that have elevated their winners to new heights.
There are the well-known awards like the King of the Ring and Money in the Bank and the upcoming Andre The Giant Memorial Trophy, but there are also ones like the Kuwait Cup that go unmentioned.
Many Superstars have used achievements like King of the Ring wins and Money in the Bank Briefcases to go from midcard to main event players, but not everyone gets to capitalize off these wins. Damien Sandow knows that all too well.
These kinds of awards are almost better than titles because nobody can take them away from you once you've won them, and some Superstars even use the award as part of their gimmick, as did King Booker and "Macho King" Randy Savage.
With WWE creating a new award that may end up being a yearly prize, it seems right to look back at their history of non-title awards.