2020 is over half completed and many people can’t wait for the year to be over. Those problems might follow into 2021, but that’s another story. WWE has seen a lot of action so far in 2020. Some of those big matches took place in front of live fans. Others are in the empty arena era, but they were still very exciting.

The company dropped a list of their top 10 matches for 2020 so far. They have chosen matches from both WWE and the NXT brand. Big events, and television shows alike are featured on this list as they ran down some of the big moments in WWE so far in 2020.

You might not agree with the placement of every match. Some results in those contest are even controversial to this day. You can check out the list below.

  • 10. Matt Riddle vs Timothy Thatcher – Fight Pit – NXT, May 27th
  • 9. Keith Lee vs Adam Cole – NXT Great American Bash -July 8th
  • 8. Men’s &Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Matches – Money in the Bank -May 10th
  • 7. Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair – NXT Women’s Championship – WrestleMania 36 – April 5th
  • 6. Drew McIntyre vs Seth Rollins – Money in the Bank – May 10th
  • 5. Daniel Bryan vs AJ Styles – SmackDown – June 12th
  • 4. Men’s Royal Rumble Match – Royal Rumble – Jan 26th, 2020
  • 3. Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley vs Io Shirai – NXT TakeOver In Your House – June 7
  • 2. Edge vs Randy Orton- Backlash – June 14th
  • 1. Undertaker vs AJ Styles – Boneyard Match – WrestleMania 36 -April 4th

It is interesting that WWE’s top match of 2020 so far isn’t the Greatest Wrestling Match Ever from Backlash. That should just show how important the Undertaker’s final match was at WrestleMania 36.


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Felix Upton

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