WWE: Five women who are having a breakout 2020 so far

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It feels almost unfair to add one of the four horsewomen to this list, but Bayley has been on top of her game. Her heel turn didn’t resonate with fans at the beginning, and now she’s a focal point on all three brands.

In fact, Bayley and Sasha Banks can stake claim to being the best thing in pro wrestling today. Bayley has become the obnoxious heel that hasn’t lost the title and she is perfect at it. With Banks by her side, her promo work has improved while she’s still put on stellar matches. The “role model” has been a welcome sight in all programming. Hopefully, Bayley and Banks continue their dominance and have a legit run with all the gold.


If there were an MVP award in WWE it would undoubtedly go to Asuka. She’s been remarkable all of 2020 and hit another gear from the very first Performance Center show. Asuka has delivered so much quality content outside of the ring, it makes you forget all of the quality matches this year. Asuka may very well be the best performer in the company.

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She’s had classics with each member of the four horsewomen this year and seems to have recaptured some of the fire fans witnessed in NXT. What’s even more beautiful is Asuka’s promo work is highlighted more and she might be the most GIF-worthy superstar. Asuka is finally getting the recognition she deserves, and I hope she continues to dance at the top of the mountain.