WWE: What were the company’s top 10 Matches of 2020?

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9. Daniel Bryan vs. Drew Gulak (Elimination Chamber)

Drew Gulak has, so far, struggled to shake his status as a 205 Live competitor and become a legitimate singles talent. But this match highlighted why he should be a key player for the future.

Daniel Bryan needs no introduction as a wrestler who legitimately took one of Vince McMahon’s brass rings and ran away with it, earning himself an organic Segway into the Hall of Fame when his time eventually comes.

When you stick a man who wants to give back to the business he fought so hard to build up and a man who is determined to reach the top spot, you are treated to a clinic and promo package for who Gulak can be if the WWE let him. All in all, Elimination Chamber wasn’t a glowing PPV but the quality in this match was worth the watch alone.

8. Tommaso Ciampa vs. Johnny Gargano vs. Adam Cole vs. Finn Balor: Fatal-4-Way Iron Man Match (NXT Super Tuesday)

Four of the best wrestlers in the world reside in the yellow and black brand of WWE, and this match served as a 60-minute advertisement for why you should be watching them on NXT each week.

Each man in the bout had a legitimate claim to the title and had already proven their worth as NXT Champion over the years, and each man could have been described as cornerstones for the NXT evolution from developmental territory to a third brand on par with Raw and SmackDown.

The match itself was a wrestling clinic and thoroughly entertaining. Although I wasn’t a fan of the 2-2 draw ending, this was yet another highlight match for the prestigious NXT Title.