Welcome to the Voices of Wrestling 2014 Match of the Year, we got honorable mentions out of the way and now it’s time to begin our countdown proper with the top 121 (every match that scored over four points). Joe Lanza broke down the origins of this poll and our voter pool in our intro but here’s a quick primer on how voting works if you’re just jumping in.

How The Voting Works

Each voter was sent a ballot and asked to vote for their ten best matches of the year, ranking them from 1-10. We used the same weighted balloting system used by Major League Baseball for their Most Valuable Player voting, with a first place vote worth 14 points, and a descending 9-8-7… scale from there.

The points for each match are then added, with any ties broken in the following order:

  • 1.) Most total votes
  • 2.) Match which received the highest singular vote on any ballot

As an example, if two matches are tied in points, with one match appearing on more total ballots, it will not require the second step tiebreaker. The match appearing on more total ballots would place higher.

If two matches are tied in points, and remain tied by appearing on the same number of ballots, the match with the highest singular vote will win the tiebreaker.

Each voter was also encouraged to add short blurbs explaining why they voted for each match. These blurbs are what will give our articles flavor as we release the results.

Any worked match on earth from December 1, 2013 – December 31, 2014 was eligible. We chose to use the Observer calendar (December ’12 – November ’13) last year because we realized that many potential voters work very hard all year compiling lists of their favorite matches based on that time frame for WON Awards purposes. In an era where a large chunk of wrestling footage is now available either live or with very short turn around, we are moving away from the Observer calendar and towards a standard 12-month January – December voting period. The 13-month year was necessary this year in order to include December 2013 matches that were ineligible last year.

Our long term goal is to become the most comprehensive, inclusive, and respected MOTY poll in all of wrestling, and to continue to cross promote the great ventures of our voter pool while hopefully exposing fans to matches that they otherwise never would have discovered.

T-111

En Busca De Un Idolo Qualifying Torneo
March 25
CMLL on Cadena Tres (CMLL)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“I am an admitted high spot mark and this match had 26 or 27 dives depending on your definition of a flying dropkick off the apron being a dive or not. Was there a doubt I’d put this in my top 10? It’s just a pure showcase of young guys trying to kill themselves for attention. Some in very simple ways like doing a tope so hard you drive your own head into the barricade. Some in very creative ways like trying to see if you can hit a bullet tope suicida a mere split second after this guy takes a bump on the apron. Some in very accidental ways like face planting on a tope suicida. At the end of the day eight guys lived to tell their tales of survival after 30 minutes of non-stop action and my only regret is this type of match only happens once a year instead of once a week.”

-Rob Viper

T-111

Akira Tozawa vs. Masaaki Mochizuki
October 9
Gate of Victory Night 5 (Dragon Gate)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“This match sums up all that’s great about Akira Tozawa. The fire, the selling, the charisma — he brings it all in abundance. Mochi is the perfect foil for him. Pay close attention to Shingo at ringside when Tozawa gets locked in danger armbar at the end — a great bit of storytelling which played off an earlier match this year.”

-Alan4L

T-111

Fénix vs. Pentagón Jr. vs Drago
September 13
Lucha Underground
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“There are better in-ring matches than this, even during on the same Lucha Underground series. There wasn’t anyone more meaningful. Three guys who had never really been seen in the United States made a statement about what kind wrestlers they were, and what kind of program Lucha Underground would be. Puma/Mundo on episode 1 set the tone of the show, but the three way expanded the possibilities. Two different worlds of wrestling were coming together here, introducing a whole crew of talented wrestlers English speaking fans had never seen and would soon want to see a lot. The match itself was great – Pentagon and Fenix had some spots for the ages, Drago would’ve gotten over by skills even if he wasn’t already over by look, and the crowd was into all three guys by the time it was over – but what it meant was greater. Other matches were culminations and most were longer, but this was a super important starting point.”

-thecubsfan

T-111

Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Hirooki Goto
August 1
G1 Climax (NJPW)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22lqpc_g1-climax-24-block-b-match-hirooki-goto-vs-hiroyoshi-tenzan_sport

“The heat for this was off the scale and the crowd was super into Tenzan, who Goto somehow managed to pull the best match out of in at least a decade. It was like Tenzan had taken a pill that made him 15 years younger and restored the cartilage in both of his knees. Tenzan tapping out Goto with the Anaconda Vice absolutely blew the roof off Korakuen Hall. An unexpectedly amazing match.”

-Ben Carass

T-111

Hirooki Goto vs. Kazuchika Okada
February 11
New Beginning in Osaka (NJPW)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“Poor Goto. He doesn’t get mentioned enough. Arguably had just as great of a year as Ishii. He’s the type of worker promotions take for granted. Someone that, if he left, they wouldn’t be able to fill his role. His G1 tournament was as good as anyone this year. This match against Okada was a classic. That headbutt counter: LAWD.”

-Dante Kinney

T-111

Andrew Everett vs. Cedric Alexander vs. Trevor Lee
March 28
Mystery Vortex II (PWG)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“Three rising stars played the ultimate game of can you top this one night in Reseda, California.”

-Warren Taylor

T-111

Young Bucks vs. The Addiction
August 30
Battle of Los Angeles – Night 2 (PWG)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“Meltzer Driver. ‘Nuff Said. But the best tag team in the world had the always game (and probably underrated) Kazarian and Daniels to work with here, and the results were magic.”

-Jeff Hawkins

T-111

KUSHIDA vs. Jay Lethal
May 17
War of the Worlds (ROH/NJPW)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

T-111

Heidi Lovelace vs. AKINO
October 18
SHIMMER Vol. 68 (SHIMMER)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

T-111

Bobby Lashley vs. Bobby Roode
August 7
No Surrender (TNA)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

T-111

Paige vs. Emma
February 27
NXT ArRival
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 7th)

“This was another one I missed when it aired but watched later on my husband’s (Seth Partnow) recommendation. It’s the kind of match that made me wish WWE believed that women on the main roster can be booked like wrestlers. The athlete Emma in this match bears little resemblance to the Santino Sidekick Emma who moved up to the main roster to play the ditzy blonde.”

-Maia Nolan-Partnow

110

Jun Akiyama vs. Kento Miyahara
September 15
Royal Road Night 1 (AJPW)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 9th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2711vk_jun-akiyama-vs-kento-miyahara-ajpw_sport

“All Japan had a sneaky good year, with Joe Doering’s surprisingly good Triple Crown run, and a feud of the year contender in Akiyama vs Miyahara. In another era or a hotter promotion, we would be talking about Akiyama’s work in this feud elevating the next big star in Miyahara. Akiyama was absolutely savage here, with his grumpy old man offense and vicious knee strikes that had me popping up off of my couch. Akiyama is still among the best in the world.”

-Joe Lanza

“In a better world, this match would be in a sold out Budokan and made Miyahara one of the biggest stars in wrestling. Akiyama had a great year, and he was at his absolute best playing the grumpy veteran here.”

-Joe Gagne

T-108

Happy Motel vs. Golden Lovers
September 28
General Election (DDT)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 8th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x26u0r6_kota-ibushi-kenny-omega-c-vs-tetsuya-endo-konosuke-takeshita-ddt_sport

“The stars of tomorrow versus two of the best stars of today in a mantle-handing exercise that blew the roof off the Korakuen. The additional story layers of Golden Lovers’ dominance, Omega’s future and Ibushi transitioning the the domain of the grizzled heavyweight grants this KO-D Tag match a real sense of gravitas as the older guys play the assholes to allow the future of the company to shine. Partly this match is here to show the bravery of Sanshiro Takagi as booker, allowing a 19 and 23 year old to look like world beaters against future legends. Outstanding.”

-Fujiwara Armbar

“My favorite Golden Lovers match. Omega left DDT in 2014, but he and Ibushi put together another great series of matches. Also Konosuke Takeshita and Tetsuya Endo are the future of DDT.”

-Dante Kinney

T-108

Timothy Thatcher vs. Drew Gulak
March 14
Everything Burns (FIP)
4 overall points (Highest Vote: 8th)

“If this ballot had twenty-five spots and not ten, Timothy Thatcher would have appeared on it no fewer than four times. If were a top fifty you could probably add at least another three. While Gulak doesn’t have quite that depth of high end stuff, like Thatcher, he had a couple of matches left out of the top ten that were painful cuts. The point here is that in my mind these were the two best U.S. based workers in 2014, and to a large extent it was this match that set the table for the run they would both have.

I recognize that the grappling heavy style is not for everyone, but for those that gravitate toward that sort of bout this match was about as good as it gets. Both guys are great at the little things in wrestling, whether it be trapping arms on basic holds to thwart escape attempts, wrenching in limb based holds for maximum effect, or coming up with interesting counters to common place spots. This match also had great build to the big spots, really snug looking strikes, sound psychology based on limb work (which paid off in the end), and a real feeling of escalation that even the best matches of this style can sometimes lack.

As a stand alone match this was great stuff, and I could easily see it as someones number one. But much more important than that is the stylistic influence these sort of matches seem to have had. As the first of its kind, from the best two workers of the style, this match deserves recognition.”

-Dylan Hales

“While not quite as intense or even good as the aforementioned Gulak-Busick match on my list, this match was definitely another mat clinic. Watching these two working holds, blasting each other with strikes, and dropping one another on their heads is much too exciting. I think it’s Thatcher’s best match of 2014. And he had a top ten level 2014. “

-Devon Hales

T-103

Hirooki Goto & Katsuyori Shibata vs. Tomoaki Honma & Yuji Nagata
June 21
Dominion (NJPW)
5 overall points (Highest Vote: 6th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1zzq8u_hirooki-goto-katsuyori-shibata-vs-tomoaki-honma-yuji-nagata_sport

“Of all the matches in all the world that I watched over the course of the 13 month 2014 VOW calendar, none strike me as more overlooked and under-appreciated than this June 21st tag. Not only was the match creative and exciting due to its fusion of strong-style, bachi bachi, and tradition American tag wrestling, but it was also as heated as anything on the Dominion show and just about anything in 2014 New Japan. Nagata and Shibata had one of the most intense post-match brawls of the year, Honma and Nagata traded elbows on Shibata in the corner for the heat, and the closing stretch spawned a match that for many months held my top spot for match of the year.”

-Ryan Clingman

T-103

KUSHIDA vs. Jushin Liger
June 6
Best of the Super Juniors – Night 7 (NJPW)
5 overall points (Highest Vote: 6th)

“Well, well, well. WELL, WELL, WELL! I saw the hype and I just didn’t know if it could possibly meet it. Well, it did. Love Liger’s attack on KUSHIDA’s leg and the youngster trying his darndest to reach the ropes like he was trying to escape the cage of velociraptor. A very cranky velociraptor. Also that table spot…YAY! I had zero problems with the selling of the leg since I could totally buy the old “adrenaline” reasoning with the way he still kept tabs on it and when he peaked the damage became increasingly more prevalent. Loved that KUSHIDA’s comeback actually meant something in the end. The dropkicking the arm. Really snapping down on the armbar which after you watch a dozen indie guys make it look like the worst thing ever was nice treat. The ending itself was some blissful stuff. The way the kimura got scrambled into the middle of the ring and how Kushida sunk it in. Real intense stuff. So yeah, Liger has piss in his Cheerios and Kushida is rather awesome selling leg damage and working IT!”

-Sam DiMascio

T-103

African American Wolves vs. Unbreakable F’n Machines vs. Inner City Machine Guns
March 28
Mystery Vortex II (PWG)
5 overall points (Highest Vote: 6th)

“When I think of 2014 matches, one of the first is this match. It was just so exciting to watch with nonstop action from all 6 men in this match.”

-Ryan Davis

T-103

Kaori Yoneyama/Tsukasa Fujimoto/AKINO vs. Tomoka Nakagawa/Kellie Skater/Mia Yim
October 18
SHIMMER Vol. 67 (SHIMMER)
5 overall points (Highest Vote: 6th)

T-103

Ivelisse vs. Serena Deeb
June 27
SHINE 20 (SHINE)
5 overall points (Highest Vote: 6th)

T-91

Matt Cage vs. Heidi Lovelace
August 15
All Hail (AAW)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

T-91

Arez vs. Pentagon Jr.
March 30
Aniversario de la Arena Fusion XXX (Arena Fusion)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“I only had more fun watching two matches this year. Rush vs Casas & the En Busca De Un Idolo qualifying Torneo Cibernetico. This match was a total destruction from bell to bell aside from a couple of quick fire-ups by Arez which were cute and all but… don’t fight back against Pentagon is the lesson to be learned here. Among the highlights of the destruction are a chairshot to the head during an attempted Brillo Dorada, a press slam halfway across the ring through light tubes & a slap so hard you can hear Arez’ ear drum explode. Adding to the fun is the insanely pro-Arez crowd who go crazy every time he shows sign of life and then get so sad every time Pentagon does something meaner to him. Their rematch was also very good but trust me – you want to see the original match right here.”

-Rob Viper

T-91

Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Shinobu
June 30
Ikkitousen Strong Climb (BJW)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh_jVn5T8CI

“I know Sekimoto from other matches I’ve seen with him. He’s great! I’ve never heard of this Shinobu fellow, however until I saw this match. If you ever want to see a story where the little guy, after getting his ass kicked for so long unleash a flurry of amazing offense that sends the crowd in a tizzy then this is the match. The story here was AWESOME and the work was just as good, leading to one of my favorite matches from Japan this year not in NJPW.”

-Bryan Rose

T-91

Hechicero vs. Black Terry
October 26
Arena Solidaridad (ChilangaMask)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“This was from one of the great Chilanga Mask shows this year at Arena Coliseo de Coacalco and only available through Black Terry Jr. who is the indy lucha libre goldmine on the internet. Hechicero has become a huge breakout star this year in Mexico between his performances on the En Busca de un Idolo shows and his tour of working indies the last part of the year. Black Terry is a true legend in Mexico and a perfect opponent for a rising star like Hechicero to work against to hone his craft even more. The matwork here was of course very solid but had some extra oomph to it because Hechicero wasn’t working like a Solar or Negro Navarro would as he was a true rudo. The intensity would pick up and the match turned into a wild brawl with them going to the crowd fighting with chairs even getting caught in them while still fighting which featured some great camera work by BT Jr. and built right to the fun finish which sealed the deal on this match being great.”

-Kris Zellner

T-91

Osaka 06 vs. The Millennials
September 9
Summer Adventure Tag League – Night 4 (Dragon Gate)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORnc5cV5A24

“Really exciting from start to finish with no down time. The crowd are sooooo hot. The finish is perhaps the best finish of the year. Just an unbelievable sequence with Eita and CIMA, leading to a sick submission and an awesome save interception by Gamma. Great story of the aging veterans trying (and succeeding) to keep up with the youngsters.”

-Alan4L

T-91

Kongo Kong vs. Danny Cannon
May 1
Derby Madness ’14 (IWA-MS)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“A big man and a little man, a story old as time. It’s a match that has been done numerous times in many different promotions. In this case the big man is Kongo Kong, and man is he big. He’s built like a blob of a mountain, and he’s booked to be a most impressive force. There’s no way that a little tike like Danny Cannon can beat the monstrous Kong. You know that, I know that, everyone knows that cannon has no chance. Yet thanks to the wrestling skills of Kong and Cannon I watched my screen convinced that maybe just maybe Cannon would win. Of course every time I thought Cannon was in the driver’s seat Kong knew just how to cut him off. A simple match for sure, perhaps the simplest match I watched in all of 2014, but simplicity that is executed to near perfection. Kong destroys and he squashes while Cannon plays hit and run, and all the while those with the pleasure of watching this match are the true victors.”

-Bill Thompson

T-91

Big Ryck vs. Johnny Mundo vs. Prince Puma
October 4
Lucha Underground
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“Lucha Underground should get a lot of credit for figuring out how to use Big Ryck because there is no way I would have ever thought I’d rank a match with Big Ryck (formerly Ezekiel Jackson) in it on a best matches list. They did a great job of showcasing Ryck’s power moves and then letting Cisco and Cortez Castro get involved to keep the match going while also just letting Johnny Mundo and Prince Puma do their thing.”

-Alfredo Esparza

T-91

Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
August 3
G1 Climax – Night 8 (NJPW)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22ta1v_g1-climax-24-block-a-match-hiroshi-tanahashi-vs-shinsuke-nakamura_sport

“I can’t believe I am typing this but this match is so underrated it hurts. For me it was better than the Tokyo Dome match yet I’d be surprised if it is many top 10 lists. Go back and watch. The finish of the missed Bom A Ye and Tanahashi hitting the simple roll-up was perfection.”

-Damon McDonald

T-91

Kimber Lee vs. Mickie Knuckles
February 7
Secret Show #3 (WSU)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“Lee made a year for herself as a feature performer in several promotions, but her best performance of the last 13 months may have been as the canvas for Knuckles’ outlandish antics and theatrical in-ring brawling style. The intimate setting of the CZW Dojo certainly heightened the atmosphere, but this was one of the most intensely crazy and tense brawls I’ve seen all year long.”

-Thomas Holzerman, or TH if you will

T-91

Rusev vs. Jack Swagger
August 17
SummerSlam (WWE)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2SBuuzeyqE

“This match was a coming out party for Rusev and Lana both. You want a match where one opponent is selling an ankle injury and the other is selling a rib injury? You want a match with a hot crowd? You want a match with great facial expressions that sell the turmoil, pain, and agony the wrestlers are going through? You want a match with a great heel manager knowing their place by not getting too involved, but ADDING to the match? You want a match with psychology and top notch selling? This match had it all. Rusev’s selling of the ankle injury was MASTERFUL. You could see the agony he was going through by trying to “crush” Swagger with the Accolade. This match was only made that much better with Lana’s performance. Lana barking at Rusev to get up after the pre-match Ankle Lock that Swagger put on him was so menacing and cruel. Then after Rusev explained to her he is really hurt, Lana goes to the referee and tries to call of the match because Swagger is a cheater. During Rusev’s first attempt at the Accolade, when he is selling the ankle injury, and Lana is screaming at him to CRUSH Swagger is perfect. Rusev and Lana have bright futures in the WWE and this will always be the check point for when they “got it”.”

-Taylor Mitchell

T-91

Stephanie McMahon vs. Brie Bella
August 17
SummerSlam (WWE)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“This match was about storyline, but to Brie and Steph’s credit, they didn’t phone in the wrestling. Nikki did a predictable but satisfying heel turn, Triple H got kicked in the chest, and Stephanie showed off the brawn buried under the power suits and sexy mom boots. All around incredibly satisfying.”

-Maia Nolan-Partnow

T-91

Money in the Bank Ladder Match
June 29
Money in the Bank (WWE)
6 overall points (Highest Vote: 5th)

“Seth Rollins still carries around the briefcase he won in this match, and since MITB, Rollins has been one of WWE’s hottest and most consistent heels. This MITB match was full of wrestlers trying to make an impression not only with the fans but with WWE management. To the fans at least, many of them succeeded. ”

-Greg Parks

T-82

Timothy Thatcher vs. Biff Busick
April 13
Secret Show (Beyond Wrestling)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

“Two men going toe to toe and trying to out grapple one another; that’s my kind of pro wrestling. The key to this match is how snug and convincing every hold and maneuver comes across as. Thatcher isn’t just working over an arm, he’s laying into that arm and leaning on Busick to force him to exert more energy. The offense of Busick is nice and tight, the sort that screams believability. I love me some grappling, and in every way possible this was primo grappling. Hold for hold wrestling surged to the forefront of the American indies in 2014, and a match like this is a prime example of how great that style of pro wrestling can be. Two men working nice and tight, and making every hold and every strike feel earned, now that’s some pro wrestling.”

-Bill Thompson

T-82

Young Bucks vs. Darin Corbin/Arik Cannon
December 6
Fight Before Christmas (DREAMWAVE)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

T-82

Kazuchika Okada vs. AJ Styles
May 3
Wrestling Dontaku (NJPW)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1ssjzz_aj-styles-vs-kazuchika-okada-njpw-wrestling-dontaku-2014_sport

“In the first encounter, AJ arrived on the scene, attacked Okada, and aligned himself with the Bullet Club. AJ was able to take the title from Okada in his first match, and was the first westerner to hold the belt since Brock Lesnar.”

-The PDT Podcast With Rick & Junior

T-82

Yuji Nagata vs. Katsuyori Shibata
August 1
G1 Climax – Night 7 (NJPW)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22lrlb_g1-climax-24-block-a-match-katsuyori-shibata-vs-yuji-nagata_sport

T-82

reDRagon vs The Addiction
June 22
Best in the World (ROH)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

“ROH’s historic first live pay-per-view featured the debut of The Addition. The match was the Frankie Kazarian show. His selling of the arm, especially when the injury kept him from covering after a Flux Capacitor, was brilliant.”

-Warren Taylor

T-82

Shinsuke Nakamura vs Zack Sabre Jr.
June 15
Summer Sizzler (RPW)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

“I had the pleasure of watching this match from ringside and loved every moment of it, one of the best matches I’ve seen in person. Zack’s such a wonderful technical wrestler and with an opponent like Nakamura he really shines, showing a ton of fire as he took the fight to Shinsuke. Nakamura has such a strong and expressive persona, you can see the motive behind everything he does, which was on display here as he toyed with Sabre, sensed the danger he posed and then did his utmost to put him away before his submissions came into play. Zack’s an excellent striker, but Shinsuke’s better and by drawing Sabre away from his submissions and into a strike battle Nakamura determined the outcome minutes before it occurred, still leaving time for a great moment as Zack showed his fighting spirit, kicking out of a Boma Ye at one.”

-SenorLARIATO

T-82

Io Shirai vs. Natsuki*Taiyo
January 26
Stardom
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMrK-r8pYSk

“Well this was a match. To get straight to the point I thought it was pretty amazing. There were some little things here and there that didn’t work as they tried to get too cute, but considering the speed in which they go and having very little downtime some missteps here and there are expected. It may stop the match from becoming an all-time classic but it doesn’t take away from all that they did right. I have to admit any match with a perfect moonsault double stomp automatically is good in my book, it is such an awesome looking move when hit properly like the second one was in this match. I hadn’t seen either of these women before and Shirai is great fun to watch as she was just flying around everywhere. They didn’t spend a lot of time with submission holds, just a few general ‘weaken your opponent’ ones and seemed content to just drop bombs and big moves on each other. It felt like a big match, and it was as this was a big anniversary show for them. Overall just a great match, I can look past a few of the hiccups and a few minor selling when a match is as exciting as this one, definitely a must-see.”

-Kevin Wilson

T-82

Bray Wyatt vs. Dean Ambrose
December 14
Tables, Ladders and Chairs (WWE)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

“I am not into hardcore at all. I am not into Dean Ambrose at all. I am not into Bray Wyatt at all. And I loved this match in spite of all those things. The crazy was at just the right level, and the stunts delivered. Wanted to look away. Couldn’t.”

-Maia Nolan-Partnow

T-82

John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt
June 1
Payback (WWE)
7 overall points (Highest Vote: 4th)

“An entertaining last man standing match that felt like a six-man tag at points thanks to the Uso’s & Wyatt’s. A nice end to this battle between Cena & Bray.”

-Michael Anderson

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