The AEW Revolution tag match of The Young Bucks vs Hangman Page & Kenny Omega tops the VOW 2020 Match of the Year list.



Hangman Page & Kenny Omega vs. The Young Bucks

Overall Points: 1069
Total Votes: 122
% of Ballots: 72.2%
28 First-Place Votes 

One of the great tag team matches of all time.” -Mike Gilbert

“I’ve never experienced anything quite like this match live in my life. By far the best thing I’ve ever seen in person, and something that helped anchor AEW’s belief in tag team wrestling fairly early in their television run.” -Sean Ross Sapp

“Simply put: the best tag team match I’ve ever seen.” -Jarrett Seidler

“The most exciting match of the year with an absolutely electric crowd.” -Mongo Underscore Ebooks

“One of the best tag team matches I’ve probably seen in my 31 years as a fan.” -Bill Bodkin

“It really shouldn’t have come as a surprise that this happened to be the best tag match I have ever seen. After all, look at the pieces. The greatest tag team ever (Go back and read that VoW article by Case Lowe by the way) , one of the greatest singles wrestlers of all time and lastly the greatest character in pro wrestling today all squared off in one of the hottest cities for pro wrestling. Yet somehow the match was even greater then you would have thought on paper. The kick out at 1 from the golden v-trigger is still the hardest I’ve freaked out at home over a match. It’s almost fitting this was right before the pandemic because I’m not sure if any other match in front of normal circumstances could have come close.” -Kentucky210

“Great storytelling. Not just one of the best tag matches I’ve ever seen. One of the best matches I’ve ever seen. Period.” -Matt Carlins

“At AEW Revolution, Kenny Omega and Hangman Page defended the AEW Tag Team Championships against The Young Bucks in an incredible contest. The build leading up to the match along with the story telling throughout the match make this the match of the year. Non stop action from all four competitors for 30 minutes. INCREDIBLE.” -Luis Perez

“My immediate thought after this match ended was “that might be the best tag team match I’ve ever seen.” A few hours later, and as I write this, my thought is “that WAS the best tag team match I’ve ever seen.” It brought to mind some of my favourite tag bouts, like The Steiner Bros vs. Sting and Luger in ’91, The Steiner Bros vs. Bret and Owen in ’94 (…and The Steiner Bros vs. most teams come to think of it).

Compared to the early 90s WCW and WWF matches I grew up on though, this match is really at another level. The storytelling, the pace, the sheer intensity that was maintained for the entire 30 minutes.

It combined the best elements of traditional storytelling with jaw-dropping set-pieces and relentless action and near-falls. I felt genuinely exhausted after this match, and I was watching at 10am in the morning.” -Joe Towner

“People often say, “I prefer story and psychology to moves and highspots”. Some people just want high-impact pro wrestling with death-defying moves.

Well this match gave you everything; Investment, callbacks, emotion, a hot crowd, storytelling and incredible in-ring action. The post-match tease takes it over the edge as an all-timer.

Not only a surefire MOTY candidate, but also a very compelling argument for the greatest North American tag match of all time.” -Shane

“Just a masterpiece of tag team wrestling that wove together so many nuanced elements of these four participants storied careers together. One of the most exciting Tag matches I’ve ever seen.” -James Snelgrove

“Just a barn-burner of tag team wrestling” -Cristoff

“Quite simply the best tag team match I’ve seen in my lifetime of watching wrestling with a masterclass in story telling, psychology and athletism. I’ve watched it half a dozen times since and it gets better with every viewing.” -Mark Robinson

“A flawless match that had everything that makes a classic from stellar buildup, molten hot crowd, outstanding workrate, amazing drama and storytelling.” -Sid Pullar III

“Along with Cody vs. Dustin; this match is the truest realization of everything AEW can be. Incredible athleticism, a slowly built story, great pacing, and a molten hot crowd. It was the Young Bucks once again, after all these years and every plaudit imaginable, raising the bar for tag team wrestling in the US. It was Omega proving that he was still very much a guy in his prime, and perhaps most importantly, it was Hangman Page cementing himself as the future star AEW should bet the house on.” -Barry Murphy

When The Elite fights, no one hits personal issues out of the park like them. I’ve never seen a greater tag team match. Call backs, athletics, story beats, false finishes, a MOLTEN LAVA LEVEL hot crowd and 4 men authoring a classic filled with confidence, doubt, and one’s desire to not be seen as less than. AEW Revolution is going to be a lot of people’s show of the year in 2020 and this match is why. The other week I came across the clip of Kenny Omega kicking out of the Bucks version of the Golden Trigger on Twitter and it immediately dropped me back into the moment where I was storming around my friends apartment, fired up for my favorite wrestler not going out to his own move from these two dickheads, The Bucks. However, this was Hangman’s night from the moment he entered the arena until he scored the winning fall for his team. This is another match The Bucks can use to tell naysayers to stick it where the sun doesn’t shine. This gave AEW the untouchable match it needed in its young history, and the best match of 2020.” -Rich Latta

“I’ve always had a soft spot for tag team wrestling. I think it’s because hot tags tap into that part of your psyche that loves wrestling as a child. That belief that good can triumph over evil. While as you get older you very quickly learnt that evil can do, and normally does, whatever it wants, occasionally the good guys still win and it’s that hope that makes me love tag team wrestling.

This was the best tag team match in 2020. No doubt about that. Omega and Page, while not a tandem I’d have ever put together, were superb and there’s not much more to be said about The Young Bucks. In addition to incredible in-ring action you had some great storytelling with the growing dissension in The Elite and Hangman Page breaking out on his own.

Watching this back the other day made me feel very strange – it’s a product of a different era, somehow incredibly alien from the lives we’re living now in the shadow of a raging pandemic. Yet, it’s that difference that made it more beautiful. Five shimmering stars for tag team perfection.” -Andrew Sinclair

“This match was the best of pro wrestling, to me. Fast-paced, with exciting and innovative moves, a raucous crowd, and most importantly of all; a good, simple story being told throughout the match that helped to enhance all those other things I mentioned.” -Liam Renner

“An incredible story this match told. This match had years of build up and backstory from their days in ROH, NJPW and now in AEW. This match rewarded old and new viewers alike. This match is with no doubts the best tag team match of all time and once again another great argument for why The Young Bucks are the greatest tag team of all time.” -Juan Carlos Reneo

“The Bucks and Omega/ Page had one of the best tag matches I have seen in the US full of great yearlong storytelling and a great back and forth action. This match was so amazing and important that it spawned off to stories that are still going on today in 2021, including the elevation of Page, AEW uniting with Impact, and Omega getting his shine at the top.” -Abraham Delgado

“One of the best tag matches of all time. There’s very few epic tag matches with that level of storytelling and action. Not to mention the excellent pacing and escalation. It was Hangman Page’s coming out party. The crowd was hooked on his every move. And when he went wild and cleaned house, the crowd came unglued. Omega and The Bucks played their parts to a tee as well as their love/hate dynamic with Hangman added a ton of drama to this. Flawless pro wrestling.” -ScorpioCorp

“What some fans consider the greatest tag team match in the history of wrestling; the clash between The Young Bucks and the makeshift team of Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page is the peak of what AEW’s style of wrestling can deliver. Yes, this is a very spot-heavy match with a ton of dives and high-impact moves; but it’s also a match that tells an effective and easy to digest story. The Young Bucks are frustrated by their lack of tag team success in a division they were expected to dominate, and the thrown-together team of Omega and Page actually beat them to the titles. Page for his part, is frustrated by his position in the company and does not feel like him and Omega are a real team, which further incenses The Young Bucks.

What ensues is a match that combines incredible action with smart, simple storytelling. The Young Bucks are extremely aggressive with Page, which eventually leads to Page firing up and basically single-handedly beating The Young Bucks. The key spot in the match was when Omega, with his back injured, could not hit the One-Winged Angel, so Page hit the move instead. By the end of this match, Page went from having doubts about himself, to being a star on equal ground with the other three performers. It is that kind of combination of action and storytelling that makes professional wrestling unique, and why we as fans love it so much.” -Jesse Collings

“The best tag team match of the year with a story of four friends battling for the biggest prize the division made this an exciting, compelling encounter between four men at their best. The show had one of the last great US crowds before the pandemic slowed the world.” -J.D. Oliva

“I had lofty expectations for this match going in. The build for Revolution was absolutely fantastic. Young Bucks and Golden Lovers is one of my favorite Tag Matches of all the time. I wasn’t sure how they could have possibly topped it. But this surpassed anything I expected. From the story telling to the pacing to the big moments everything was on point. I legit lost myself to the match forgetting about time and marking out for each near fall. What gets me most is the subtle things in the match. All four are capable of some of the most breath-taking sequences but a stare can mean so much with the right moment and intention. If you can not only entertain but engage emotionally and make me forget about everything else, that is where perfection lies for me. Absolute perfection.” -Christopher Durate

“To me, the Young Bucks were the best tag team of 2020, with Kenny and Hangman coming in second place, so it’s no shock that their match at Revolution is one of the three best matches I’ve seen all year. Incredible action, high stakes drama, easter eggs for longtime Elite fans that improve the match if you get them, but take away nothing if you don’t; it’s just awesome, there’s no other way to describe it. The fact that we were able to get it with a full, hot crowd mere weeks before those went away is a real blessing.” -Andrew Rich

“In 2018, The Young Bucks faced off against The Golden Lovers (Kenny Omega & Kota Ibushi) in a dream tag team bout that was lauded as one of the best matches of that year. Two years later (and in a different promotion), we got to see a sequel of sorts, only with Adam Page in place of Kota Ibushi. Everyone knew that it had a ton of potential on paper, but then the dust ultimately settled, they blew away everyone’s expectations. From start to finish, the action in this one was off the charts, and the red hot crowd in Chicago took it to an even higher level. If you combine all of that with bits of storytelling that were sprinkled throughout, you have a tag team contest that proved to be an instant classic. Another excellent match in the incredible Hall Of Fame careers of The Young Bucks, while Omega and Page put forth an incredible effort as well, adding to their Tag Team Of The Year resume in the process.” -Sean Sedor

“Everything people said about Bucks vs. Golden Lovers is actually true about this match. This was a standing and pacing kind of match that had so many little nuances and big moves. It is one of two matches the Young Bucks had this year on the big stage that proved that a “story match” doesn’t have to be 20 minutes of staring at your hands in disbelief.” -Jeremy Sexton

“Just excellent tag-team melodrama. Adam Page felt like the biggest star in the industry coming out of this.” -Kevin Chiat

“An absolutely spectacular tag team match. Played perfectly into the build-up and delivered: insane spots, incredible pace, and logical psychology. The simmering dislike between Adam Page and Matt Jackson made the whole thing feel even more visceral. Page is impossibly over with the crowd. Brilliant work from bell to bell and will clearly be remembered as one of the greatest matches of all time.” -Warren Hayes

“We’ve all seen the Matt sells his back match before from these two, but it takes on a new meaning when Hangman is deliberately going for it after spitting on him, that’s how bad the issues between them are getting that he’s not playing, he’s putting the titles above the Elite and he’ll put Matt out of action if he has to to remain champion. Bucks are also better as heels and they were clearly the heels in the storyline so I loved the heat they were getting, especially Matt. And then Kenny was so good in the match from his storytelling to his selling of the shoulder and how he couldn’t land the one winged angel because of the damage done in the Ironman match. Comparing this to Gargano level melodrama is an insult, I thought they walked the line perfectly on facial expressions and telling the story of frayed friendships and the competition and glory comes first before being friends. I did feel they went a little too far and could of shaved 4-5 minutes off, but I actually think this is better in retrospect when the other two big matches on the night fell a little flat and were angle heavy more than big moves heavy. On a Takeover, you’d get every match on the show be this crazy 5-10 minute closing stretch and the whole show becomes exhausting, but in AEW they save it for just the one match to make the biggest impact. It was Bucks vs. Kenny and Hangman, it was always going to be that crazy at the end. And then at the end, you know you’re telling a great story when you’re excited over a non-turn rather than just going the shock route of doing a turn even though it’s the wrong call. I loved this.” -Ed Mills

“Is it the greatest tag team match of all time? No. Is it up there? Absolutely. First of all, nobody was sure if Hangman was going to stab Omega in the back or vice versa. Secondly, it was preposterous that The Young Bucks had yet to be Tag Team Champions, so they were due. As usual, the Elite were on top of their game, hitting all kinds of wacky combinations and daredevil stunts plus, some good, ol’ fashioned cowboy shit. Foreshadowing the rest of the year, the Jacksons went heel and isolated Omega in a desperate attempt to strike gold. However, Hangman refused to stay down and unleashed the buckshot on both brothers to keep the gold. A half hour of brilliant storytelling that kept you on the edge of your seat.” -John Corrigan

“Maybe the best tag team match I’ve ever seen” -Paul Fontaine

“I absolutely loved this match! What an emotional rollercoaster this was! The story and build going into this match were great. It reminded me of the story that was told in the great feud between Golden Lovers and the Young Bucks. This time Omega was stuck between the Bucks and Hangman Page. Long time Elite fans like myself were rewarded with callbacks, classic signature moves, and references. The match was well-paced and had the fans in attendance sitting on the edge of their seat. This was a star-making performance for Hangman which helped him break out from the shadow of the Elite. This was an instant classic and one of the greatest tag team matches of all time.” -Jeremy Donovan

“We all watch so much pro wrestling and after a year of watching hundreds upon hundreds of matches the majority of them tend to blend into one another. What remains though are crystalised moments in time that are as clear as day: the AEW crowd exploding as ‘Hangman’ Adam Page marched to the ring, Matt Jackson going face to face with Hangman and their tag partners needing to cool them down, Page’s growing desperation as the match went on culminating in hitting Omega’s One-Winged Angel, The Young Bucks stooping to hitting the Golden Trigger and Kenny kicking out at one in response and finally Page deciding between friendship and betrayal while standing on the edge of the ring.

There will be many more matches for me as a wrestling fan but those moments dripping in story, character and explosive action will remain perfect in my memory forever.” -Sam Brown

“The last great match of the before times. This entire show was the peak of AEW to date, a sentiment shared by owner Tony Khan himself. The build to this show was historically great television, making for an especially electric atmosphere in Chicago. And my god, did these men tear the house down here. You have the greatest tag team of all time in the Young Bucks, and one of the best wrestlers in the world in Kenny Omega. But the star of this match was Hangman Adam Page. This was designed to make him look like the biggest star in pro wrestling, and he lived up to the billing by the end of this match. Add in years of Elite lore, callbacks to the Bucks/Golden Lovers feud, and one of the most definitive finishes I’ve ever seen, and you’ve got the best tag team match in years.” -Suit Williams

“I probably rewatched this match more than any other match in 2020. The Chicago crowd did their job in making the atmosphere for this incredible. Easily the best tag match I’ve ever seen in my life.” -Doug Fowler (Skeach101)

“One of the great tag matches ever, and in my view, the best tag match I’ve ever seen emanating out of the United States. Superbly laid out and executed. After a relatively subdued 2019, Kenny showed he still had it- and Page entered the biggest performance of his career to boot.” -Mo Chatra

“This match is chock full of story fright from the very start, with fidelity to ongoing stories for all of the wrestlers involved, which gives the match itself a satisfying richness for long-term fans. With the reaction of a full crowd, this is the first real taste that Hangman Page may become a breakout star of the year – if only the pandemic hadn’t happened. The match features callouts to previous allies and adversaries that helps up the importance of this match, punctuated by several intense nearfalls. The tag-team coordination in this match with the sheer depth of storyline implications makes this match the best Tag Team outing of 2020.” -Reuel Castillo

“Standing and pacing. While this term may not have been invented by Voices of Wrestling’s own Joe Lanza, at least to me and the internet wrestling circles I am in he has popularized it. It has become shorthand for a match becoming incredible. So incredible in fact, that one can’t just sit and watch it. So amazing in fact that even after they get up, they have to move. The action and the drama has found its way from the screen and imbued itself into you.

This is one of the few matches this year where I found myself standing and pacing in my bedroom while I watched. All the references to other wrestlers, to friends and foes of the four men involved. The no selling, the high spots. The righteous anger. And best of all, it had the thing we ended up missing most of all in 2020 – the perfect interplay being crowd and performers. Right from the jump the crowd began to boo the Young Bucks and they leaned right into it. We say the asshole Bucks that we all knew, and deep down inside really loved. And we saw the babyface superstar that Hangman Page could one day be. Maybe when those amazing crowds are back again.” -S. Dakota Jones 

“I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the biggest Young Bucks or Kenny Omega fan, but this tag team match contained everything a wrestling fan needs: story, in-ring emotion, non-stop energy, gnarly move sequences, and evoked reactions from the crowd that can rarely be seen.” -Kristen Ashly

“It has become a meme almost to discuss the ways that The Elite has “fallen” since leaving Japan and forming AEW, but this night in Chicago, these 4 men gave a match which took the drama and storytelling of the 2018 Golden Lovers vs. Bucks match, and used it to enhance a star in the making, in Hangman Adam Page. If you didn’t swear at your TV when the Jacksons hit the Golden Trigger, you’re doing wrestling wrong.” -Marty Day

“The work rate match of the year. A tag team spectacle filled to the brim with nuance and storytelling.” -Liam Wyatt

“The Road To The AEW Tag Team Titles Was Not A Easy one For The Bucks When They Did Get There First Shot At The Titles At Revolution, There Was Some Ongoing Dissention Within The Elite, And There Was Even Questions Of Whether The Champion Duo Of Omega And Page Would Even Be On The Same Page NO PUN INTEDED. The Bucks Wanted To Be The Gentleman’s In This Match, But All Respect Went Out Of The Window, With The Hot Head Page Spitting On Matt Jackson, As The Bucks Would Go Little Aggressive On both of them but have regret on there actions through out the match. Omega Looked Great When He Got The Tag, putting on yet another great performance, after a iron man match with PAC. just Like The FTR Match, We Would See Some Callbacks Of The Wrestlers That Where Close To All 4 Guys, Like Page applying The Marty Scrull Chicken Wing, And The Bucks Hitting a kamigoye On Omega, which is a finisher of his best friend mind you And as Omega Kicked Out at 1 As A Form Of Anger. Page even Hit A One Winged Angel Of His Own But That Couldn’t Get The Job Done. The Bucks Would Take Out Page For A While. As Omega Barely Survived The 2 On 1 Assault Until Page Finally Came Back and got rid of the bucks, but it was one last Attempt From The Bucks To Stay Alive. And Finally A Buckshot Lariat Would Seal The Deal For Omega and Page In Arguably The Greatest Tag team Match Ever.” -suprit ramnathkar

“They built this up almost feeling like Bucks vs. Golden Lovers and I think this managed to surpass that instant classic. I could not count the number of callbacks. it was a star-making performance for Page.” -Salih Arandi

“It can be really difficult to one up anything you have done in the past when you are Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks. Considering their phenomenal careers on the independent circuit and in NJPW, it’s almost impossible to do so. But they were able to tell one of the best stories they ever told at Revolution when they opposed each other for the AEW Tag Team Championships. Hangman Page’s anger leading up the match created a story throughout as he and the Bucks were not at all on the same page despite being in The Elite together while Omega tried to play mediator as tensions continuously arose between the three men. This tag team match was the modern version of what tag team wrestling can be and should be well telling a beautiful story from beginning to end. It was the best tag team match of the year and helped make Hangman Page the certified star that he was long destined to be. The unbelievable action from beginning to end made this AEW’s best match in his brief history.” -Scott Edwards

“The Elite are never short on storytelling. Which can be to their advantage or detriment depending on execution. The story work perfectly here and the crowd gets it every step of the way. Even somebody walking in a room can pick up on this story. But… it’s in the details that they really start to lose that focus.

This is a frustrating match though; midway through Page and Omega are double teaming one of the Bucks for what feels like an eternity, the ref stands there and does nothing while the other Buck is on the outside waiting for a tag. JR even has to chime-in that one of them needs to get out of the damn ring. They lose me in this moment. They lose me with the unnecessary work on the outside ramp, and they lose me with the weird Marty Scurll reference. But in the end I’m back aboard and I feel like I just watched wrestling storytelling at its best.

This is a 5 star 20-25 minute match that goes too long, tries too many tricks, and makes enough off-putting decisions that keep it from hitting that level. The Elite are like an auteur film director that has a specific vision for their art but in this case The Director’s Cut is not the definitive version of this story. This is an undeniably great match that serves as a coming-out-party to a fiery babyface that could potentially lead this company into great heights. But on this night it’s not even the best at doing that.

Bonus points for Kenny Omega going 30 minutes without pissing me off too much.” -Darren

“Best tag team match I’ve seen in years. Four stars who are amongst the flagships of the AEW brand telling a story years in the making. Nobody outshined anybody, all four came across as stars here. I am glad that this match happened before COVID, as the crowd being into it took it to another level. Everyone there knew the significance of the match and they were all invested in adding to its importance.” -Nick Davidson

“Four members of the Elite squared off in this one, in front of an energetic Chicago crowd, which added to this cauldron of wrestling excellence. I don’t think it would be a mischaracterisation to call this match one of the best tag team matches of all time – it’s that good. The tantalising story surrounding tension between “Hangman” Adam Page and his Elite stablemates fueled the crowd into an absolute frenzy, connecting to every moment the match offered. The superb story, incredible action and a finishing sequence on par with some of the best in tag team history made this match deserving of a high spot on my list, as well as its place in wrestling’s history books.” -Jamie Johnson

“This was all four guys at their best putting in an effort to showcase Page as capable of being a future world champion and of hanging in this grouping. This feels like it was influenced by every previous great tag team scene, whether it is Crockett Promotions, AJPW and NJPW in the 90s, PWG or even WWE in 2000.” -Dave Musgrave

“One of, if not the greatest Tag Team match of all time. Sometimes I think the Young Bucks and Omega can slip into overdoing the literal vocal dramatic story telling in their matches against each other. But they found great balance here. Awesome match.” -Noveliss

“Felt special. The lore. Great Action. Wild bumps. Great pacing” -Franky DeJesus

“Perfect chemistry and timing as you’d expect. Hit most of the greatest hits with a few nods to others. Could’ve felt like an exhibition but didn’t because of the Hangman storyline adding aggression, conflict and intrigue. Awesome Chicago crowd adding to this in a big way.” -Gareth Hodgson

“If Adam Page wasn’t a star prior to this match, he was a made man afterwards. Callbacks, finishing moves, kickouts and highspots all interlaced with great storytelling and a bond between the wrestlers made for an enthralling affair. The Young Bucks always deliver on this level and Kenny Omega showed he could still be the best bout machine.” -Sarah Flannery

“Easily and without question to me the best tag team match of the year, and potentially a top five all time for me. The bar was high, and they all cleared it with room to spare. Just pure and utter greatness in athleticism, chemistry, story, crowd excitement, everything just clicked between four men who know each other well and put on, dare I say, a tag team wrestling clinic. I love tag team wrestling and this was damn near perfection. Hell, maybe it achieved it.” -Jeri L. Evans

“The best tag team ever vs. one of the best wrestlers in the world and an up and coming great. These 4 delivered a classic beyond words. Drama, high spots, false finishes and impeccable storytelling.” -Tyler Forness

“The best tag team match to happen in years. The Young Bucks gave us their usual fluid, fun, and fast action. Hangman Page had himself a career-defining performance. Everyone involved told a tremendous story, one where we didn’t know if Page and Omega’s alliance would collapse right in front of us, if Omega could overcome the aftereffects of his Iron Man match versus PAC, if Page could prove that he belonged in there with the tag team of the decade.” -Ryan Dilbert

“Another great chapter in the Page/Omega story. They weaved the story throughout the match fantastically. The post-match tease of an attack by Page was great as well. And of course the match itself was on another level.” -Greg Parks

“Hugely entertaining – a spotfest with real drama and storytelling worked in” -Ben Fox

“I liked the FTR match slightly more, but man was this fun to watch. I think people will have this higher on their lists than me, but who cares? This was a tremendous match that deserves all the praise that it got.” -Bryan Rose

“This was AEW’s best match to date and one of the best tag team matches of recent years. Each of the participants were working to the full extent of their ability and nothing was left on the table. The Young Bucks solidified their status as the greatest tag team of all time with slick spots and selling that is, somehow, still underrated. Omega proved he is just as good as he ever was, rising to the big match occasion and playing the conflicted man in the middle of the conflict expertly. However, the star of the match was clearly Page. The match used his insecurity over being the least successful and celebrated member of the Elite to fuel his rage and give him energy that struck a cord with fans. The hot crowd illustrates how he has lost as much momentum as any wrestler due to COVID. The great pacing and echoes of the Bucks vs. Golden Lovers from 2018 made this one that will be remembered for a long time.” -Jack Groom

“It was pretty easy to tell early in the match that this would be something special, and it definitely was. The Young Bucks, if they hadn’t already, proved themselves to be the best tag team in the world, and Omega and Page also proved that they could work well as a tag team as well. Combine all that together and you get modern tag team wrestling at its peak delivering an epic tag team match.” -Jason Oun

“It’s a big dumb sprawling epic, but as always with the best of these, it’s one that has something to say. About teamwork vs. superteams, about friendship, and most importantly, about the elevation of Hangman Page in spite of his own insecurity, which realistically doesn’t just vanish after one win. The ultimate testament to the match is the stunningly low number of times watching it that I wound up shouting at the screen, which usually happens at least once or twice minimum during any Kenny Omega match.” -Simon F.

Voices of Wrestling 2020 Match of the Year
(Final List)

PlaceMatchDatePromotionOverall PointsTotal Votes% of ballotsHighest Vote
1Hangman Page & Kenny Omega vs. The Young Bucks2/29AEW106912272.2%1st
2Tetsuya Naito vs. Kazuchika Okada1/5NJPW93610662.7%1st
3Kazuchika Okada vs. Kota Ibushi1/4NJPW8319958.6%1st
4WALTER vs. Ilja Dragunov10/29WWE (NXT UK)5658349.1%1st
5Will Ospreay vs. Hiromu Takahashi1/4NJPW5087846.2%1st
6Go Shiozaki vs. Takashi Sugiura12/6NOAH4345633.1%1st
7Hiromu Takahashi vs. El Desperado12/11NJPW3405532.5%1st
8Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Go Shiozaki11/22NOAH3074224.9%1st
9RED vs. Toryumon Gen12/20Dragongate2763721.9%1st
10Kenny Omega vs. PAC2/26AEW1713420.1%1st
11Stadium Stampede5/23AEW1662816.6%1st
12Kazuchika Okada vs. Shingo Takagi10/10NJPW1463520.7%2nd
13Villano III Jr. vs. Aéreo3/1AAA1452414.2%1st
14Santana/Ortiz vs. Best Friends9/16AEW1422917.2%1st
15Kota Ibushi vs. Minoru Suzuki10/10NJPW1232213.0%1st
16Jon Moxley vs. Minoru Suzuki2/9NJPW1152816.6%1st
17Mayu Iwatani vs. Takumi Iroha2/8Stardom1142112.4%2nd
18Mizuki vs. Yuka Sakazaki11/7TJPW1111911.2%1st
19FTR vs. The Young Bucks11/7AEW1092514.8%2nd
20Tetsuya Naito vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi9/20NJPW1032213.0%2nd
21Go Shiozaki vs. Kazuyuki Fujita3/29NOAH91137.7%1st
22Kento Miyahara vs. Zeus10/5AJPW811810.7%2nd
23Yuki Ishikawa vs. Daisuke Ikeda3/7wXw80116.5%1st
24Adam Page, Alex Reynolds & John Silver vs. MJF, Ortiz & Santana12/30AEW771810.7%1st
25Mayu Iwatani vs. Takumi Iroha10/18Stardom75116.5%1st
26Sasha Banks vs. Bayley10/25WWE66105.9%1st
27Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Will Ospreay2/14RevPro61158.9%2nd
28Kaito Kiyomiya vs. Go Shiozaki1/4NOAH59116.5%3rd
29Hiromu Takahashi vs. Ryu Lee2/9NJPW58116.5%2nd
30Kenny Omega vs. Laredo Kid12/12AAA51105.9%2nd
31Mike Bailey vs. Bandido3/7wXw5074.1%1st
32Brodie Lee vs. Cody10/7AEW49158.9%6th
33Shingo Takagi vs. Will Ospreay9/27NJPW49116.5%5th
34Daniel Bryan vs. Drew Gulak3/8WWE4974.1%1st
35Finn Balor vs. Kyle O'Reilly10/4WWE (NXT)47116.5%3rd
36PAC vs. Orange Cassidy2/29AEW4695.3%1st
37Fred Yehi vs. Jeremy Wyatt6/27St. Louis Anarchy44105.9%2nd
38Matt Tremont vs. Rickey Shane Page10/30H204274.1%1st
39Kento Miyahara vs. Suwama3/23AJPW3895.3%1st
40Kota Ibushi vs. Tomohiro Ishii9/27NJPW3884.7%4th
41Kota Ibushi vs. Taichi10/16NJPW3884.7%5th
42Butcher & Blade vs. Natural Nightmares11/11AEW3774.1%1st
43Kaito Ishida vs. Keisuke Okuda11/3Dragongate3763.6%1st
44Eita vs. Naruki Doi8/2Dragongate3674.1%2nd
45Hideki Suzuki vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima2/16NOAH3674.1%4th
46Go Shiozaki vs. Kenoh8/10NOAH3653.0%2nd
47Chessman vs. Pagano12/12AAA3453.0%1st
48Hangman Page & Kenny Omega vs. The Lucha Brothers2/19AEW3195.3%4th
49Kagetsu & Mayu Iwatani vs. Jungle Kyona & Momo Watanabe1/26Stardom3153.0%4th
50Jake Lee vs. Kento Miyahara1/3AJPW2974.1%5th
51Tetsuya Endo vs. Daisuke Sasaki11/3DDT2942.4%1st
52Tomohiro Ishii vs. Jay White10/16NJPW2784.7%4th
53Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kaito Kiyomiya10/11NOAH2742.4%1st
54Cody vs. Eddie Kingston7/22AEW2742.4%3rd
55Wotan & Mascara Sagrada Jr. vs. El Hijo de Fishman & Mr. Condor2/15Lucha Strong2731.8%1st
56Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Will Ospreay2/2NJPW2674.1%4th
57Will Ospreay vs. Dowie James1/11MCW2642.4%1st
58Kzy vs. Naruki Doi2/7Dragongate2642.4%2nd
59Rickey Shane Page vs. Nick Gage2/15GCW2584.7%3rd
60AJ Styles vs. Daniel Bryan6/8WWE2574.1%2nd
61Shingo Takagi vs. Tomohiro Ishii9/30NJPW2553.0%1st
62Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, Kyle O'Reilly & Roderick Strong vs. Alexander Wolfe, Fabian Aichner, Marcel Barthel & WALTER1/25WWE (NXT)2542.4%2nd
63Minoru Suzuki vs. Yuji Nagata6/17NJPW2484.7%4th
64Brodie Lee vs. Cody8/22AEW2374.1%5th
65Arisa Nakajima vs. Yoshiko7/13SEAdLINNNG2263.6%6th
66Yuya Aoki vs. Fumenori Abe2/11BJW2253.0%4th
67Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso9/27WWE2053.0%5th
68Emi Sakura vs. Yuna Mizumori6/30Gatoh Move2021.2%1st
69Tomohiro Ishii vs. Minoru Suzuki9/19NJPW1953.0%4th
70Jun Akiyama vs. Konosuke Takeshita11/3DDT1942.4%3rd
71Hiromu Takahashi vs. Tomohiro Ishii7/2NJPW1842.4%4th
72Mayu Iwatani vs. Jungle Kyona7/24Stardom1821.2%1st
72Daniel Bryan vs. Drew Gulak5/11WWE1821.2%1st
74Lee Moriarty vs. Jonathan Gresham10/10GCW1742.4%5th
75Mayumi Ozaki vs. Saori Anou8/28OZ Academy1731.8%3rd
76Jake Lee, Shuji Ishikawa & Yuma Aoyagi vs. Kento Miyahara, Suwama & Zeus4/6AJPW1631.8%1st
77Abdullah Kobayashi vs. Toshiyuki Sakuda vs. Yuki Ishikawa6/21BJW1631.8%3rd
78Marcius Pitt vs. Davis Storm3/7EPW1631.8%3rd
79Kazusada Higuchi & Yukio Sakaguchi vs. Naomi Yoshimura & Yuki Ueno10/25DDT1631.8%5th
80Lee Moriarty vs. ACH10/9GCW1542.4%3rd
81Men's Royal Rumble Match1/26WWE1542.4%4th
82Tyler Bate vs. Jordan Devlin1/12WWE (NXT UK)1442.4%7th
83Utami Hyashishita vs. Momo Watanabe12/20Stardom1431.8%3rd
84Giulia vs. Tam Nakano10/3Stardom1431.8%5th
85Jordynne Grace vs. Deonna Purrazzo7/18Impact Wrestling1421.2%4th
86Shotaro Ashino & Kuma Arashi vs. Shuji Ishikawa & Suwama11/18AJPW1410.6%1st
86Baliyan Akki & Mei Suruga vs. Riho & Yuna Mizumori7/5Gatoh Move1410.6%1st
86Mayu Iwatani, Tam Nakano, Starlight Kid & Saya Iida vs. Giulia, Syuri, Maika & Himeka6/21Stardom1410.6%1st
86Daniel Makabe vs. Kevin Ku1/5SUP1410.6%1st
86Jordan Oliver vs. Myron Reed7/25Synergy Pro Wrestling1410.6%1st
86Jack Tucker vs. Thirteen11/13United Pro Wrestling1410.6%1st
92John Cena vs. The Fiend4/5WWE1342.4%3rd
93Titan vs. Soberano Jr.9/25CMLL1331.8%3rd
94Suwama vs. Shotaro Ashino6/30AJPW1321.2%3rd
95Lee Moriarty vs. Daniel Makabe10/9SUP1321.2%4th
96Kenny Omega vs. Hangman Page11/7AEW1242.4%6th
97Riho vs. Nyla Rose2/12AEW1231.8%4th
98Shingo Takagi vs. SHO6/22NJPW1231.8%5th
99DIY vs. Moustache Mountain1/25WWE (NXT)1221.2%3rd
100Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Yoshiko & Sareee11/27SEAdLINNNG1131.8%3rd
101Daisuke Harada vs. Dick Togo1/30NOAH1131.8%5th
102MAO vs. Masato Tanaka2/23DDT1131.8%6th
103Kota Ibushi vs. SANADA10/18NJPW1131.8%6th
104Giulia vs. Syuri12/20Stardom1121.2%2nd
105Rich Swann vs. Eric Young10/24Impact Wrestling1121.2%3rd
106Kagetsu vs. Meiko Satomura2/24Kagetsu Retirement Show1121.2%4th
107Wotan & Super Dragons vs. El Hijo de Fishman & Amatheus12/5LLPM1121.2%5th
108Hirooki Goto & Tomohiro Ishii vs. EVIL & Shingo Takagi1/6NJPW1053.0%8th
109Thunder Rosa vs. Priscilla Kelly9/22UWN1042.4%7th
110Wardlow vs. Cody Rhodes2/19AEW1031.8%4th
110Will Ospreay vs. Tomohiro Ishii9/23NJPW1031.8%4th
112Mayu Iwatani vs. Momo Watanabe1/19Stardom1031.8%7th
113Yuki Ueno & Naomi Yoshimura vs. T-Hawk & El Lindaman6/7DDT1021.2%2nd
114MJF vs. Jungle Boy5/23AEW1021.2%6th
114Butcher & The Blade & The Lucha Brothers vs. The Young Bucks & FTR7/8AEW1021.2%6th
116Matt Riddle vs. Timothy Thatcher5/27WWE (NXT)942.4%6th
117Undisputed Era vs. Broserweights2/16WWE (NXT)931.8%4th
118Chris Dickinson vs. Matt Makowski 9/20Beyond Wrestling921.2%4th
118Will Ospreay vs. Bea Priestley3/16WrestleTalk921.2%4th
120Cody vs. Darby Allin11/7AEW921.2%5th
120Mayu Iwatani vs. Syuri10/3Stardom921.2%5th
122Mitch McCarthy vs. Rip Rielly2/29AWL910.6%2nd
122Natsumi Maki vs. Sareee1/4TJPW910.6%2nd
124Yuji Okabayashi vs.  Daisuke Sekimoto11/23BJW831.8%7th
125Hirooki Goto, Tomohiro Ishii & YOSHI-HASHI vs. Taichi, Zack Sabre Jr. & DOUKI10/23NJPW821.2%5th
126LA Park vs. Eddie Kingston2/14RevPro821.2%6th
127Minoru Suzuki vs. Shingo Takagi11/7NJPW821.2%7th
128Jon Moxley vs. Brodie Lee5/23AEW810.6%3rd
128Ace Perry vs. Lee Moriarty3/15Bizarro Lucha810.6%3rd
128Tim Hayden vs. LFB8/15IPW Australia810.6%3rd
128Mei Hoshizuki vs. Maria1/19Marvelous810.6%3rd
128Dangerous Tekkers vs. Golden Aces7/12NJPW810.6%3rd
128Giulia vs. Himeka10/29Stardom810.6%3rd
128Mayu Iwatani vs. Utami Hayashishita11/15Stardom810.6%3rd
128Charlotte Flair vs. Rhea Ripley4/5WWE810.6%3rd
136Masato Tanaka vs. Tetsuya Endo6/7DDT731.8%7th
136Minoru Suzuki vs. Shingo Takagi8/29NJPW731.8%7th
138Jeff Cobb vs. Tomohiro Ishii10/10NJPW731.8%7th
139AZM vs. Starlight Kid10/3Stardom721.2%5th
139Men's War Games12/6WWE (NXT)721.2%5th
141Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Kenoh9/18NOAH721.2%5th
141Timothy Thatcher vs. Oney Lorcan7/1WWE (NXT)721.2%5th
143Masashi Takeda vs. Toru Sugiura12/25FREEDOMS710.6%4th
143Mei Suruga vs. ASUKA5/23Gatoh Move710.6%4th
143Mei Suruga vs. Ryo Mizunami10/4Gatoh Move710.6%4th
143AZM & Kagetsu vs. Mayu Iwatani & Starlight Kid1/2Stardom710.6%4th
143Ivan Black vs. Ricky Rembrandt9/26United Pro Wrestling710.6%4th
143AJ Styles vs. The Undertaker4/4WWE710.6%4th
143The New Day vs. The Street Profits11/22WWE710.6%4th
143Mayumi Ozaki & Saori Anou vs. Aja Kong & Hiroyo Matsumoto2/24ZERO1710.6%4th
151Daniel Bryan vs. The Fiend1/26WWE631.8%7th
152Eddie Kingston vs. Jon Moxley -11/7AEW631.8%8th
153Suzu Suzuki vs. Tsukushi9/20Ice Ribbon621.2%7th
154Masaaki Mochizuki  vs. Kaito Kiyomiya  9/18NOAH621.2%8th
154Takumi Iroha, Rin Kadokura & Mei Hoshizuki vs. Momo Watanabe, AZM & Utami Hayashishita9/28Stardom621.2%8th
156CHANGO & Kaji Tomato vs. Kengo Mashimo & Kunio Toshima5/102AW610.6%5th
156Mei Suruga vs. Mitsuru Konno7/9Gatoh Move610.6%5th
156Emi Sakura & Riho vs. Mei Suruga & Yuna Mizumori9/26Gatoh Move610.6%5th
156Mei Suruga vs. Yuna Mizumori5/27Gatoh Move610.6%5th
156Trish Adora vs. Suge D10/9GCW610.6%5th
156Alex Colon vs. AKIRA10/17ICW610.6%5th
156Kota Ibushi vs. Shingo Takagi10/7NJPW610.6%5th
156Kenoh vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima8/4NOAH610.6%5th
156Lana Austin vs. Yuka Sakazaki1/11Pro Wrestling Eve610.6%5th
156Leon vs. Hanako Nakamori7/26PURE-J610.6%5th
156Jules Canan vs. Craven vs. Ritchie Taylor3/15Wide Bay Pro Wrestling610.6%5th
156Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Shotaro Ashino2/12Wrestle-1610.6%5th
156Eddie Kingston vs. Daniel Makabe3/6wXw610.6%5th
169Takuya Nomura & Fuminori Abe vs. Kohei Sato & Daisuke Sekimoto8/10BJW531.8%9th
170Kaito Ishida vs. Keisuke Okuda11/15Dragongate521.2%7th
171Mitsuru Konno vs. Mei Suruga7/19Gatoh Move521.2%8th
172Kenny Omega & Hangman Page vs. The Young Bucks vs. Best Friends vs. Santana & Ortiz1/15AEW510.6%6th
172Jon Moxley vs. Darby Allin8/5AEW510.6%6th
172Lee Moriarty vs. Alex Shelley2/7AIW510.6%6th
172RED vs. Toryumon Generation12/6Dragongate510.6%6th
172AJ Gray vs. ACH10/10Glory Pro510.6%6th
172Jay White vs. Tetsuya Naito1/4NJPW510.6%6th
172Jay White vs. Kota Ibushi9/23NJPW510.6%6th
172Shingo Takagi vs. Hirooki Goto2/1NJPW510.6%6th
172Arisa Nakajima vs. Yoshiko1/24SEAdLINNNG510.6%6th
172Arisa Nakajima vs. ASUKA6/13SEAdLINNNG510.6%6th
172Arisa Hoshiki vs. Utami Hayashishita1/19Stardom510.6%6th
172Jake Nova vs. Tim Kade vs. Jackson Cross2/22Venom Pro Wrestling510.6%6th
172Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso10/25WWE510.6%6th
185TJP vs. Hijo del Vikingo2/4Impact Wrestling421.2%8th
185Shingo Takagi vs. Tomohiro Ishii2/20NJPW421.2%8th
187Ayato Yoshida & Tank Nagai vs. Kaji Tomato & CHANGO3/252AW410.6%7th
187Zac Reynolds & Renegade vs. Wacol's Most Wanted5/93 Count Wrestling Academy410.6%7th
187Daniel Makabe vs. Judas Icarus1/103-2-1 BATTLE!410.6%7th
187The Young Bucks vs. The Butcher and The Blade7/22AEW410.6%7th
187Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley12/2AEW410.6%7th
187Tony Deppen vs. John Silver3/1Beyond Wrestling410.6%7th
187Kimber Lee vs. Joey Janela8/23Beyond Wrestling410.6%7th
187KAI vs. BxB Hulk vs. YAMATO vs. Yoshino vs. EITA vs. Big R Shimizu9/21Dragongate410.6%7th
187Hagane Shinnou vs. Keisuke Ishii7/26Ganbare Pro410.6%7th
187Maya Yukihi vs. Suzu Suzuki8/9Ice Ribbon410.6%7th
187Low Ki vs. Masashi Takeda1/4ICW410.6%7th
187The Great Space War12/11Michinoku Pro Wrestling410.6%7th
187KENTA vs. Hirooki Goto1/5NJPW410.6%7th
187El Desperado vs. Taiji Ishimori12/2NJPW410.6%7th
187Edge vs. Randy Orton6/14WWE410.6%7th
187Johnny Gargano vs. Finn Balor2/16WWE (NXT)410.6%7th
187Timothy Thatcher vs. Oney Lorcan7/22WWE (NXT)410.6%7th
187Io Shirai vs. Candice LaRae10/28WWE (NXT)410.6%7th
187Strong BJ vs. Dangan Yankees3/1ZERO1410.6%7th
187Yuji Hino vs. Kohei Sato3/1ZERO1410.6%7th
207Hiromu Takahashi vs. Toru Yano6/24NJPW331.8%10th
207Thunder Rosa vs. Allysin Kay1/24NWA331.8%10th
209Arez vs. Tromba11/6Lucha Madre321.2%9th
210Daichi Hashimoto vs. Yuji Okabayashi1/2BJW310.6%8th
210Yasufumi Nakanoue vs. Yuya Aoki3/21BJW310.6%8th
210Masato Tanaka vs. MAO2/25DDT310.6%8th
210Naruki Doi vs. Susumu Yokosuka3/1Dragongate310.6%8th
210Davis Storm vs. Gavin McGavin12/5EPW310.6%8th
210ASUKA vs. Shota12/26Ganbare Pro310.6%8th
210Grizzly Kal Jak vs. Erik Hammer10/12GCW310.6%8th
210Tsukasa Fujimoto vs. Suzu Suzuki3/15Ice Ribbon310.6%8th
210Tetsuya Naito vs. EVIL7/12NJPW310.6%8th
210Tetsuya Naito vs. Zack Sabre Jr.9/24NJPW310.6%8th
210Kazuchika Okada vs. Tomohiro Ishii10/13NJPW310.6%8th
210Jay White vs. Kota Ibushi11/7NJPW310.6%8th
210Shane Taylor vs. Jay Briscoe12/18Ring of Honor310.6%8th
210Briscoes vs. Bandido & Flamita2/9Ring of Honor310.6%8th
210Jeremy Wyatt vs. Nick Gage1/10St. Louis Anarchy310.6%8th
210Tam Nakano vs. Giulia7/26Stardom310.6%8th
210Mayu Iwatani vs. Tam Nakano9/19Stardom310.6%8th
210Malibu vs. Jack Tucker9/12United Pro Wrestling310.6%8th
210Asuka vs. Sasha Banks8/23WWE310.6%8th
210AJ Styles vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Sami Zayn9/27WWE310.6%8th
230Mei Suruga & Baliyan Akki vs. Emi Sakura & Kaori Yoneyama12/5Gatoh Move221.2%10th
230Hiromu Takahashi vs. Robbie Eagles11/29NJPW221.2%10th
230Yuji Hino vs. Yuji Okabayashi1/1ZERO1221.2%10th
233Yuji Okabayashi vs. Tank Nagai5/232AW210.6%9th
233Penta El Zero M vs. Rey Fenix10/21AEW210.6%9th
233Darby Allin vs. Sammy Guevara2/29AEW210.6%9th
233Chris Jericho vs. Jon Moxley2/29AEW210.6%9th
233Yuki Ishikawa vs. Raito Shimizu2/11BAP210.6%9th
233Daichi Hashimoto vs. Yuji Okabayashi10/21BJW210.6%9th
233Toru Sugiura vs. Yuko Miyamoto2/10FREEDOMS210.6%9th
233Lulu Pencil vs. Kaori Yoneyama6/20Gatoh Move210.6%9th
233Dark Sheik vs. Still Life w/ Apricots & Pears10/10GCW210.6%9th
233Tom Lawlor vs. Homicide10/11GCW210.6%9th
233John Wayne Murdoch vs. Orin Veidt8/30ICW210.6%9th
233Chase Cooper vs. Reaper8/15Impact Pro Wrestling Australia210.6%9th
233Deonna Purrazzo vs. Su Yung11/14Impact Wrestling210.6%9th
233Eric Young vs. Eddie Edwards10/3Impact Wrestling210.6%9th
233Sami Callihan vs. Tessa Blanchard1/12Impact Wrestling210.6%9th
233Shingo Takagi vs. SHO7/12NJPW210.6%9th
233Jay White vs. Shingo Takagi9/19NJPW210.6%9th
233Minoru Suzuki vs. Jay White10/13NJPW210.6%9th
233Go Shiozaki, Katsuhiko Nakajima & Shuhei Taniguchi vs. Takashi Sugiura, Kazuyuki Fujita & Hideki Suzuki1/30NOAH210.6%9th
233Kenou vs. Kaito Kiyomia11/22NOAH210.6%9th
233Ricky Starks vs. Nick Aldis1/7NWA210.6%9th
233Jinny vs. Nina Samuels1/11Pro Wrestling Eve210.6%9th
233Masashi Takeda vs. Brandon Kirk1/8SAW210.6%9th
233Yoshiko & Hiroyo Matsumoto vs. Arisa Nakajima & Tsukasa Fujimoto8/26SEAdLINNNG210.6%9th
233Maki Itoh vs. Hikari Noa1/4TJPW210.6%9th
233Yuji Okabayashi vs. Kuma Arashi 3/15Wrestle-1210.6%9th
233Keith Lee vs. Roderick Strong1/2WWE (NXT)210.6%9th
233Women's War Games12/6WWE (NXT)210.6%9th
261Hikaru Shida vs. Thunder Rosa9/5AEW110.6%10th
261Chris Jericho & Jake Hager vs. Luther & Serpentico10/7AEW110.6%10th
261Naoya Nomura vs. Ayato Yoshida1/19AJPW110.6%10th
261Kento Miyahara & Yuma Aoyagi vs. Jake Lee & Koji Iwamoto12/7AJPW110.6%10th
261Fuminori Abe vs. Isami Kodaka7/14BASARA110.6%10th
261Nick Jackson vs. Matt Jackson4/20BTE110.6%10th
261Volador Jr. vs. Templario9/25CMLL110.6%10th
261Shinya Aoki vs. Sanshiro Takagi11/3DDT110.6%10th
261Kaoru Ito & Tomoko Watanabe vs. Miyuke Takase & Haruka Umesaki8/30DIANA110.6%10th
261Miyako Matsumoto vs. Cypress Ueno6/5Gake No Fuchi110.6%10th
261Anthony Greene vs. Ava Everett8/26Limitless Wrestling110.6%10th
261Chigusa Nagayo & Takumi Iroha vs. Mei Hoshizuki & Masha Slamovich3/20Marvelous110.6%10th
261Yota Tsuji vs. Gabriel Kidd6/15NJPW110.6%10th
261EVIL vs. Zack Sabre Jr.9/20NJPW110.6%10th
261Will Ospreay vs. Minoru Suzuki10/7NJPW110.6%10th
261Kenou vs. Kazushi Sakuraba12/6NOAH110.6%10th
261Thunder Rosa vs. Allysin Kay2/4NWA110.6%10th
261Hoodfoot vs. Erick Stevens10/11Paradigm Pro110.6%10th
261Spike Trivet vs. Jordon Breaks3/14Riptide110.6%10th
261DASH Chisako, Meiko Satomura & Syuri vs. Chihiro Hashimoto, Sakura Hirota & Yuu3/28Sendai Girls110.6%10th
261Giulia, Syuri, Maika & Himeka vs. Momo Watanabe, Utami Hayashishita, AZM & Saya Kamitani7/24Stardom110.6%10th
261Hikari Noa vs. Mirai Maiumi11/7TJPW110.6%10th
261Craven vs. Renegade2/22Venom Pro Wrestling110.6%10th
261Keith Lee vs. Dominik Dijacovik2/16WWE (NXT)110.6%10th
261Sasha Banks vs. Io Shirai7/1WWE (NXT)110.6%10th
261Io Shirai vs. Rhea Ripley11/18WWE (NXT)110.6%10th
261Timothy Thatcher vs. Tommaso Ciampa12/6WWE (NXT)110.6%10th


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