Discussion in 'TSC' started by THE 101, Nov 17, 2019.
Nakamura vs Ibushi at Wrestle Kingdom 9
I agree with the OP. That was the match that really made me pay more attention to NJPW.
NJPW overall has given us numerous classics throughout this decade.
Gargano vs Almas Takeover Philadelphia
Cena Punk sunmerslam
had my ppvs confused, meant MITB not SS of 2011
Cena vs Punk on RAW
May not have been the best actual match but Kofi Kingston versus Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania this year.
That’s hard, imma come back to it. A lot of answers will have a recency bias
easily these 2
Killshot vs Dante Fox Ultima Lucha 3
Shibata vs Okada Sakura Genesis 2017
Cena DBry summerslam
Might be Brock vs Cena vs Seth at the Rumble
man, i was gonna hype a lucha underground match, but we gotta be honest, punk and cena in chicago was THE defining match of the decade
punk had people believing it's still real to them, damn it
personal favorite, though? the Aztec Warfare match where Matanza debuts and the audience goes from
and because it's the Lucha Underground crowd, ultimately they reach
Killshot vs AR Fox
Matanza vs Mil Muertes 1
Marty the Moth vs Killshot
Dunno if it's my favorite of the decade, but I know it's one of my favorite off the top of my head - Zayn/Cesaro 2-out-of-3 falls. That kickout at one was a fukking moment. That was real wrestling storytelling, where even on mute, the sheer defiance in that one thing was palpable. It was the most non-verbal 'No! fukk that and fukk you!' I've ever seen in a match without needing to outright flip someone off.
Cena/Punk MITB '11