The Dog Collar match between the FTR vs. The Briscoes perfectly represented the beautiful brutality that makes us all love pro wrestling.

Voices of Wrestling 2022 Match of the Year Archives

FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) vs. The Briscoes (Jay Briscoe & Mark Briscoe)

Overall Points: 1344
Total Votes: 143
% of Ballots: 68.42%
49 First Place Votes

I have a good feeling one of the three matches between these two teams that took place this year will top the VoW’s list once the points are compiled. There has not been a trio of matches to reach this level since 1989 when Steamboat and Flair made magic together. The pinnacle of this trio of matches happened on 12/10. Very few people on the planet can do the things these four did in this match and live to tell about it, let alone walk away from it. Dog collar matches can be overbooked and many times incredibly predictable. It so happens that two of the best dog-collar matches ever happened in 2022 under the tutelage of Tony Khan. This one is superior to all of them. How Jay Brisco managed to continue the match after landing on the chairs stacked outside the ring is borderline miraculous. Dax takes a lot of criticism from fans, but the pride he takes in his work is commendable. Cash Wheeler may be the most underrated of the four because Dax tends to take up a lot of oxygen between the two. There aren’t a lot of accolades left to laud upon this match other than to say, in thirty years it is likely we will still be talking about the historic significance of it.” -Chris Colvin

The tag team of the year and their most fitting rivals somehow managed to top their previous all-world efforts. Theirs was a gritty, visceral piece of art crafted in a wrestling ring. Blood and steel and danger fused together to make a most moving, unforgettable match.” -Ryan Dilbert

FTR sign off their greatest year with their greatest match. A grotty, violent, ugly brawl with the best tag team of the 21st century, closing the finest 3-match arc since Okada/Omega.” -Mark Robinson

Somehow, they were able to top their previous encounters in their final one. The dog collar match was fitting for the violence the Briscoes are known for, as well as the nods to history that FTR likes to include in their work.” -Greg Parks

I count the entire trilogy as one, as I find them empirically inseparable. This was the best one though.” -Evan Schaaf

Ring Of Honor only had three shows this year, but they were all highlighted by the amazing matches between The Briscoes vs. FTR. Supercard Of Honor saw the straight two vs. two tag team bout, while the rematch at Death Before Dishonor was a 2/3 Falls Match. We didn’t know if we would get a third match, but when it was revealed that the trilogy would indeed be complete, and that it would also be a Dog Collar Match, the anticipation went through the roof. When the dust settled, what we got was arguably the best Dog Collar Match in the history of pro-wrestling, and the conclusion of one of the greatest trilogies in the history of pro-wrestling. It was a total bloodbath, with both teams leaving it all in the ring, both figuratively and literally. Jay Briscoe completely smashing the Muta Scale and Mark Briscoe taking that insane bump onto the pile of chairs on the floor are moments I will never forget. The match was capped off with The Briscoes, the greatest tag team in Ring Of Honor history, winning the ROH World Tag Team Titles for an unprecedented thirteenth time. A violent spectacle that we’ll be talking about for a very long time.” -Sean Sedor

A modern take on an 80’s bloodbath matches and also the occasional awesome Lucha brawl that still takes place today. These two teams deserve a ton of credit for what they did throughout the year and having a true in-ring rivalry through 3 matches despite all the red tape they had to cut through to be allowed to wrestle each other on tape. Thankfully it culminated in an unforgettable fight. I wouldn’t at all be surprised if this is the top pick for 2022 among the majority, as it was on Cagematch.” -Dylan Fox

This match made a cold PPV into one to really look forward to, and boy, they delivered, this is one of the best matches in North America´s wrestling history and the best usage of the dog collar stipulation I’ve ever seen. A bloody masterpiece with painful looking landings into chairs. The Briscoes vs FTR is an early contender for the best feud of this new decade sharing spots with other tremendous pairings like Hangman vs Bryan, MJF vs Punk and Kenny Omega vs Will Ospreay.” -Diego Garcia

A perfect end to the trilogy, all three could have easily been MOTY.” -Jon Atkins

A bloody, disgusting display of violence, anger and hatred through pro wrestling.” -Jesse Collings

When the bell rang and the Briscoes were victorious, I knew not only that I watched the best dog collar match I had seen, but also one of my favorite tag team matches. It was raw, violent, brutal, and just incredibly great action all around. This match had the work to follow up one of the best matches of the year, and in my opinion was better than their first match due to the urgency and the amped up violence. The Briscoes lost on their first match due to them wrestling more than once that day, lost the second one since it was FTR’s specialty, but they won on where they excel at. Just pure amazing violence with spots you will never forget.” -Abraham Delgado

Of all their incredible matches in 2022, this one felt a little outside of FTR’s wheelhouse. Harwood and Wheeler excel within the strict parameters of a tag team match; we love watching them put plans into action, strategising and bending the rules. This bout had no tags to make and no rules to be broken, but they and the Briscoes still put on a grisly masterpiece. Everything about it is foul – the violence, the language, the blood. Even the official ended up covered in the red stuff, surely the most memorable ref bump of the year. All in all, it’s not the prettiest or most thoughtful match of either team’s back catalogue, but it’s certainly one of the most distinctive.” -Jack G. King

This match was a once in a life time experience for me as someone that doesn’t go to many live wrestling shows. The crowd was heavily for FTR so I decided to chant for The Briscoes but at the end of the day it didn’t matter, both teams went out there and put their lives on the line to have one of the greatest trilogies of all time.” -Manuel Rosales

The finale in the excellent FTR vs. Briscoes trilogy. I had to place all 3 here as they were, by far, the best tag team matches I saw all year.” -Josiah MacDonald

BLOOD + GUTS” -Liam Jones

Is it recency bias? Nah, one of the wildest spectacles ever in the business. These dudes beat the tar out of each other from start to finish but it wasn’t just that. Creativity? Check. Nastiness? Check. Drama? Check. Anything you can think of this bad boy had it. I can watch these dudes wrestle forever.” -Markeem Graham

There is no tag team that does everything perfect but FTR is damn close. They maximized a team like the Briscoes who has not really evolved or changed in recent years and this was a war!” -Jeff Schwartz

FTR and The Briscoes engaged in three fantastic matches – with two feeling like absolute all-time classics. The third match in the trilogy was something that took each team to new heights and allowed FTR to truly thrive in a match that would have been right at home during the peak of Jim Crockett Promotions.

For almost 40 years, companies have chased moments that felt as visceral as Magnum TA gouging a broken piece of a table into Tully Blanchard’s face and on this night, they managed to go beyond just paying homage to their former manager – but surpassing him in a bloodbath that shocked all who saw it unfold. The Briscoes are no strangers to blood, but FTR isn’t really thought of as a free-bleeding team and here, they brought out their inner raging bull and unleashed hell on The Briscoes in a dramatic battle that saw The Briscoes get a much-needed win after losing two straight to FTR, but also saw the beginning of the downfall of FTR’s belt collector era that continued into 2023.” -Jeremy Peeples

Look no further for a cathartic and violent pro wrestling match. The third in their series was always going to be a noteworthy affair, but the Dog Collar stipulation added even more fuel to the fire. It has to be one of the most brutal matches of the year. Impressively, not the best match between FTR and The Briscoes in 2022, but without a doubt one of the most vicious.” -Jamie Johnson

Tag team wrestling in many promotions can be very hit and miss but when it hits it really hits and that was the case at this year’s Final Battle as the Briscoe Brothers took on FTR in a double dog collar match. This was the blow off match in the feud between these two teams and boy did it deliver in a big way. They started off with a feeling out process but that process didn’t last too long because this match was a total war. They went all out to give us the best match possible and the match definitely delivered on the hype it got. This match is not for the squeamish as there was a lot of blood in fact Mark Briscoe got busted open after getting hit in the face with the dog collar in the first minute of the match. This match had the live crowd in the palm of their hands from the opening bell and those of us who were watching at home were in awe of the match with each and every minute and each and every move. FTR and The Briscoes are both great tag teams in their own right and when you put the two together they make for amazing pro wrestling matches and that to me is what pro wrestling has always been about. Amazing chemistry, amazing matches, and emotion all of the emotion humanly possible for the fans, in five to ten years people will go back and look at the series of matches that FTR and The Briscoes had with each other and if they didn’t realize how great they were then they will with time. It’s one of those feuds and subsequent matches that make me proud to be a wrestling fan because matches like these are what pro wrestling is all about. I’m happy to say that I was able to see this match live as it happened because it was something special. Do yourself a favor and go watch this match RIGHT NOW!” -Nathan Neumann

I had a tough time picking between this and the Supercard of Honor match as best match of the year. It’s very close, as this ended up being a bloody, brutal fight with a ton of great moments. Will probably have to put Supercard of Honor ahead, but not by much.” -Bryan Rose

This is the kind of match that happens at the end of the year and makes you rip up your MOTY list and start again. This is also the kind of match that has you wincing in terror, while also hooting and hollering for more. It was an incredibly violent war to conclude one of the greatest wrestling trilogies ever, bring an end to FTR’s heralded 2022, and remind everyone that the Briscoes are still a top-tier tag team. It didn’t matter that the match was announced only a few days out. It didn’t matter that one of the teams isn’t even allowed on Turner television. As soon as we heard FTR vs. The Briscoes III in a double dog collar match, we knew these four guys would deliver a fitting finale, and they did. For all the bumps, bruises, and blood loss these guys put themselves through in this match, they deserve all the votes they get.” -Andrew Rich

FTR had a lot of great matches this year, and I’ve got three of them in my top 10, but this one surpassed them all. The four-way blood had a lot to do with that. You just don’t see a lot of tag team dog collar matches. Usually reserved to settle singles feuds.” -Eric Krol

After two previous five-star matches in 2022, these two teams set the gold standard when it came to dog collar matches. This was every bit as violent as you would have liked it to be along with mixing tremendous, violent spots while building off of the first two matches. This is arguably the best tag team trilogy of all-time .” -Tyler Forness

Where the wheels start to come off for FTR as they attained greatness, but couldn’t sustain it forever and the final chapter in the story of the Briscoes being made homeless, and going on a voyage of wrestling discovery before finally being back where they belong and welcomed home with bloody violent arms. Truly a remarkable match for the effort and the story told as they tried to figure out how to top themselves for a third time.” -MR JAMES TRUEPENNY

How do you take things to the next level after two highly praised tag matches? A double dog collar blowoff bloodbath of course. 2022 was the year of the blade in America, and we got perhaps the greatest sendoff to that theme in the final major show of the year as The Briscoes, FTR and even the referee were all donning the Crimson mask. Outside of Dax taking an eternity to wrap the chain around his forehead for a headbutt, this was a fantastic closing chapter to the feud of the year.” -Ed Mills

The culmination of one of the greatest tag series of our generation, while being probably the best dog collar match in decades. Supreme perfection.” -Jacob Nelson

Two matches with the same opponents cracking a top ten list is special by itself, but consider where Ring of Honor existed as an entity just a year ago, and it’s even more extraordinary. And ‘extraordinary’ is precisely the adjective I’d use to describe the tag team rivalry between FTR and the Briscoes in 2022, a rivalry that more than justified ROH’s return to live wrestling. Three must-see matches between these two teams played a significant role in Tony Khan-era ROH finding strong business from ticket sales and pay-per-view buys. ROH has a strong footing to stand on in 2023 thanks to a foundation that was poured by (and soaked in the blood of) Jay and Mark Briscoe, Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler. The best entry in that trilogy was this dog collar match at Final Battle. Fabulously brutal and violent, and loaded with plenty of appeal for fans of both the new and old school philosophies. Well before even the opening bell, the contrasting visuals of the Briscoes entering in their black dusters while Harwood and Wheeler were dressed in their white gear told you everything you needed to know: there’s a reckoning coming. These men are out for blood, and it’s not going to end until bodies and wills have been broken. What followed was exactly that, with the Briscoes and FTR emptying out everything in their respective playbooks, while improvising even more barbarism around the stipulation of the match. One of the most stunning examples of that barbarism is Cash Wheeler hanging Mark Briscoe with the chain, while Jay Briscoe sends Dax Harwood into that taut chain — friendly fire affecting both teams, but a sacrifice deemed necessary by both teams. That is truly victory at all costs. The extreme physical sacrifice by all four men was heightened by an electrified crowd and an excellent call by Ian Riccaboni and Caprice Coleman, a commentary team that has become one of the most valuable assets for ROH. Put it all together, and it’s clear that Ring of Honor can not only survive but thrive in this new era.” -TDE

The violence in this match is just mesmeric to watch. The intensity from the start tells you not to look away. There is no pause in it’s relentlessness with Dax and Mark the MVPs with an honourable mention for whoever decided that the chains should be longer because it helps discard the limitations that chain/strap match have to suffer. Maybe the best ref bump ever (Fire Pro homage?), strategy call backs to previous matches and a finish that felt rewarding for the viewer. Re-watching this, I again found myself repeatedly saying wow to myself. My MOTY” -Peter Edge

When you say violence you have to think about the Dog Collar match between The Briscoes and FTR. These tewo teams fought all over the place, across the whole building and blood was spit in every corner of the squared circle. We had great kickouts, nearfalls, big moments and even referees bled like the four combatants. It was the perfect showing of a fight to death, a fight until the last man was standing and a perfect way to end one of the best feuds of the year.” -Christian Gascoigne

A perfect end to a trilogy of tag team matches that will sit with me for a long time. The dog collar match was back in a big way this year and though I prefer the Punk/MJF match as a whole package, this may be the better homage to the violent legacy of the stip. As well as an awesome spectacle and a great match, it served as a symbolic crescendo to a rivalry of two teams metaphorically and now literally tied to one another.” -Dave Ryan

An incredibly physical match that was a logical progression of the first two matches and was also unique. Ultimately put a capper on an all time 3 match series.” -Arturo Galletti

The conclusion to the FTR/Briscoes trilogy is the bloodiest of the three, a true fight, a slobberknocker, a barnburner, a pier-sixer and every other tired cliché in the book. Mark Briscoe takes an all timer gnarly bump, Jay Briscoe bleeds like five buckets, Dax Harwood tries to wrap a chain around his bald head for what feels like two minutes and Cash Wheeler works like a madman to keep the whole thing together. In short, it’s awesome and a fitting end to the trilogy.” -Semi Salmikannas

While this match did not reach the euphonic highs for me that the first encounter between FTR and the Briscoes did, this match left me with an altogether different feeling. Where the first match was a struggle for preeminence between these two teams, the third match was a brutal endurance contest. And after having watched, I felt a sort of exhaustion seeing the Briscoes earn their current reign as ROH Tag Team Champions. Over the course of three matches in 2022, FTR and the Briscoes felt like a blood-feud rivalry that had already spanned the ages. The Double Dog Collar Match was the logical conclusion to such antagonism, the sort that felt that it’s lasted years longer than it did in truth. The third match between FTR exchanged the tag-team prowess each team possessed from the first match, and instead pit them in a smash-mouth gladiator match. And when it was all said and done, we were witness to one of the most beautiful exhibitions of wrestling violence to be found in the modern era.” -Reuel Castillo

I mean another crazy, brutal and good match between two of the top tag teams in the world.” -Filip Pejic

FTR vs Briscoes is without a doubt the best trilogy of 2022. This match is personally my favorite because the stipulation was perfect for both teams as they are the most intense teams ever. It had a feeling of urgency, blood, sweat, crazy spots, violence everywhere. What is incredibly satisfying in wrestling to me is a perfect-timed dramatic and epic finish, which was the case here. I will never forget Cash trying to break the submission.” -Enzo FADELLI

Old school and brutal, they didn’t let the gimmick lead the match, avoiding contrived spots and hokeyness. Instead it enhanced the match. This was pure NWA ’87. Both teams brought it and put their bodes on the line.” -Joe Towner

It’s hard to believe they could possibly match the greatness of their first encounter, but in the eyes of many they exceeded it. I try to avoid including the same pairing more than once on my match of the year list, but I can’t deny this one.” -Matthew Carlins

My personal favourite of the three Broscoe FTR matches. It helped being the big blow off match to finish the series and having call backs to all the prior, also incredible I might add, tag matches between these two. There is some fun split screen production that helps us keep an eye on all of the action at once and adds to the chaotic nature of this match. There’s doomsday devices and diving headbutts with chains, even the ref gets a chain shot to the face at one point busting him wide open! I’ve never seen a ref cut busted open before! Mark Briscoe takes a disgusting fall to ring side off the top onto a pile of chairs, and then Dax hits the piledriver on to a chair in the ring and goes for the cover like he did to win the prior match but Jay manages to kick out” this is great stuff! Add to this an almighty superplex to Dax onto a pile of chairs, and the fantastic cross face with the chain while Cash is trying his hardest to break it up to finish to top off a violent masterpiece of a match between these two great teams. Ian Riccaboni and Caprice Coleman also do a tremendous job in this match selling the violence, putting over the action and helping to elevate it to another level.” -Steven

I love tag team wrestling.” -Blake Murphy

RIP Jay Briscoe” -Skeach101

Brutal, but beautiful. Hardcore, but honorable. Devastating, but definitive. Rest in Peace, Jay Briscoe.” -Slyguy46

It seems crazy to me that a match that was such a perfect ending to the feud between these two teams came together only a week or so before it happened. Such an old-school and potentially brutal stipulation could not have suited these two teams of tough southern ‘rasslers more and on the night they defied the potential limitations the dual chains imposed, crafting probably the best match of either team’s career. While the critical consensus focused a lot on Dax and Jay immediately afterwards, I adored the work of Cash & Mark. The pair utilised the chain to not only hit each other but drag each other around, yank each other neck first off heights and ultimately in the final moments restrict each other. The match of course now gains extra significance as the last match Jay Briscoe ever wrestled but even before that it was simply one of the best tag team matches of all time and easily one of the best matches this year.” -Sam Brown

I loved this match because they didn’t try anything fancy – four guys just went out there and mauled each other. All four of them were out for blood and they (and by extension us) got tons of it. This is the defining rivalry of the year and FTR concludes their stellar 2022.” -George Atsaves/Chris Colgan

2022 wasn’t just the year of The Briscoes/FTR feud, it was the year of the dog collar. In one of the few wrestling match types WWE hasn’t ruined, Tony Khan used it so effectively in 2022 especially in the final match between these two teams. This feud had so many things going against it. So much so, what we did get feels like a miracle. The higher ups at WBD refused to let The Briscoes be featured on tv. The weeks heading into Final Battle were…fine. Tony Khan was putting together a nice little ROH PPV. Then the Gunn Club pulled out dog collars of a Christmas-gift-like-structure and the show became must see. FTR and The Briscoes would put a definitive end to their feud and it no doubt sold extra tickets and PPV buys. The hype was so big and these 4 guys exceeded expectations. At first, I rated it around 4 stars. My co-host talked me into 4.5, but the final stretch from Dax felt so masturbatory (nothing new to FTR matches). After a re-watch, I absolutely loved it. Everyone played their parts perfectly and the final third of the match was excellent (despite Dax’s cringy heroic schtick). This incredible match made FTR tag team of the year, their set of matches the feud of the year, and added another feather in the cap of The Briscoes Hall of Fame case. It also made it close to impossible for anyone else to have a better dog collar match.” -Jake Halterman

As I wrote in my review of this show for VOW, this match was exactly what they advertised. This wasn’t a game of human chess. There was no sign that any of these four men were thinking about their next move or setting up something for down the line. This was four rabid wolves ripping and tearing at each other. This was unbridled carnage and violence. It was beautiful barbarism. These were two of the best tag teams in the world, leaving every bit of themselves in that ring and leaving nothing to chance. They left every bit of themselves in that ring, which helped to make this one of the most iconic matches in Ring of Honor history, and the capper to one of the best rivalries in recent pro wrestling history.” -Suit Williams

Two of the best tag teams in history delivering again.” -Kristen Ashly

A great end to the trilogy that will be studied by young wrestlers for years to come. It was a bloodbath but not just for the sake of it. The double dog collar factor of pairing off Mark with Wheeler and Jay with Harwood for the whole match could have been limiting but it elevated the match instead.” -Dave Musgrave

A violent and bloody war between two teams. Two teams with great chemistry. The trilogy between the Briscoes and FTR was a perfect example of perfect tag team wrestling. This is my top pick of best wrestling matches of 2022.” -Franky DeJesus

Let this match live on in our memories forever more. We will never forget the impact that Jay had on wrestling, and how special a team the Briscoes are.” -Sarah Flannery

One of the wildest brawls I’ve ever seen. RIP Jay Briscoe.” -Dean

This match has a tragic poetry to it now, as Jay Briscoe’s last performance encapsulates his career. A beautiful display of skill, creativity, and violence all lead to capturing the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Titles, which he and his brother, Mark, have been synonymous with for two decades. Rest in peace, Jay Briscoe.” -Jeff Martin

This is a match showered in highly justifaible superlatives. It’s been elevated into the pantheon of all-time great matches. A clash of four men driven by the common bond of the love of pro wrestling and taking it to such great heights. It’s the kind of stuff that makes watching this crazy sport worthwhile. Makes you thankful for wrestlers like these.” -Warren Hayes

It was already the definitive match of the best in-ring feud of the year. Now it will be known as Jay Briscoe’s Final Battle. If there is one match that 2022 will be remembered for, this is it. Rest in peace, Jamin Pugh.” -Kevin Ely

I’m not a fan of dog collar matches, but this is one of my favourite matches of all time. It had a pace that just never stopped. It was a fantastic intersection of high spots and story that had everyone cheering for whichever team they supported. Personally, I was all in of the Briscoes. The intensity of Mark and Jay was as similar as it was different, and their reality was highlighted perfectly by the nostalgic trappings of FTR. A wonderful, all-time match forever tinged with sadness.” -Neil David

Thank you Jay” -Kentucky210 (Austin Hall)

A perfect capper to an all-timer of a trilogy that brought heart, violence, hatred, respect, sacrifice and storytelling to a shattering crescendo.” -Chris

I watched this masterpiece, very sadly, only after Jay’s passing. I had forgotten how sad his death was a few minutes in, absorbed by the violence and physicality, only for my brain to be shocked back to reality when Cash yelled “Fucking Murder Him!” and I thought “is this too soon for my emotions?” for a split second, only for my brain to auto coreect itself and say “No, Jay would have loved that moment. This is the kind of shit he wants to be remembered for.” This FTR/Briscoes feud only lasted 3 matches across one year, and I can barely think of a modern tag feud capable of knocking it from its perch at the top of the heap. What a way to be remembered, what a gift to leave with those who LOVE tag team wrestling.” -James “NuclearConvoy” Snelgrove

With the advent of AEW, a lot of people in my life have become new or reborn wrestling fans. Whether through the company or through diving back into the weeds of wrestling internet talk, they’ve slowly started becoming familiar with the cast of strange, obscure characters I’ve been spending my free time with. Naturally, after the series with FTR garnered all that hype, they began asking me about the Briscoes. Then the car accident happened. Sharing a drink with one of those friends, he said he was bummed he never got around to familiarizing himself with the Briscoes. After all, he loves FTR, and if a team was having matches that good with FTR, he wanted to check them out. That night, he said, he was going to watch the Dog Collar Match. My first instinct was to say, “No, don’t start there.” I started thinking about all the years I’d spent watching Briscoes matches. The series where they unseated Aries and Strong, seeing them keep up with a prime Naruki Doi and Shingo in the UK, trading strikes with Takashi Sugiura in Japan, establishing Steenerico in the United States, generational feuds with the likes of the Motor City Machine Guns, Kings of Wrestling, and the Young Bucks. It went on and on. Then I thought about what it is in all those special matches that made you say, “We’re lucky we get to watch these guys.” And I realized it’s all here in the Dog Collar Match. The intensity, the spectacle, the violence, the chemistry that only siblings can share, and a world-class pair of opponents. It’s a joy to watch professional wrestling when it looks like this. It’s one of the best matches I’ve ever seen. “Yeah, you should definitely go watch that fuckin’ match,” I said.” -Jon Hernandez

A brilliant, bloody spectacle that stands as the absolute pinnacle of tag team wrestling.” -Andrew Sinclair

FTR and The Briscoes on this night produced beautiful violence. From bell to bell, this was all out violence I will never forget watching. From the referee spot to Dax using wrapping the chain around his head, hatred fueled this match and this is what a blow off match should be.” -Daniel Kuchler

This was my feud of the year and I didn’t think anything could top seeing the second match live. But this one was just better. Where the second one was great enough to make me, a Briscoes fan for the better part of two decades want FTR to win, this was the brutal, cathartic victory of the Briscoes I really wanted.” -Mongo Underscore Ebooks

Absolute Nutty. This was violent. And Bloody. And incredible. Probabbly would have been higher if he story resonated with me more. But I can’t deny these men had an incredible match.” -Christopher Duarte

A wild and bloody war! Both teams fight right at the bell and waste no time trying to hurt each other. Fighting on the floor, stage and even crowd and throwing everything that isn’t nailed down at each other. Briscoes are the first to be able to mount any kind of double team offense before Dax is able to run Jay into a chair and Cash is able to pull Mark down by his chain. FTR takes over and beats the hell out of Dem Boys including hitting a Doomsday Device for a nice early near-fall. A blood soaked Jay starts swinging the chain around like a mad man to help the Briscoes take back over. Mark and Cash battle on the floor while Dax and Jay duke it out in the ring. All four men are covered in blood, even the referee gets caught in the crossfire and busted open! Mark is pulled off the top into a pile of chairs when going for a Doomsday Device! Jay Driller only gets 2 and so does a piledriver by Dax. A top rope piledriver is stopped and Jay superplexes both men onto a pile of chairs! Cash tries to get in the ring but Mark is holding the chain and preventing it! Jay starts to choke Dax out with the chain as the two partners reach for each other. Referee has to call it! Briscoes are the Tag Team Champions again after one of the most insane matches I have ever seen!” -Alexander Charles Kalil

One of the greatest tag team matches of all time. One of the reasons 2022 will go down as one of the best years for in-ring action that I’ve ever witnessed. The fact that FTR and The Briscoes managed to top their first encounter is a credit to how amazing these two teams are. The Double Dog Collar match didn’t need weeks of build — after all it was named days before the show actually happened. All we needed was to know their history and that this was going to be a war. The blood, the moments, and the finish make this a match that people will be talking about for years. The struggle of Dax Harwood reaching for Cash Wheeler as he faded was the close this series needed. Pro wrestling as good as it gets.” -Scott Edwards

It’s refreshing to see a critically acclaimed match from a US promotion that isn’t trying to win the Palme D’or. Instead, it’s focused on being a gritty, flat-out fight. The chains are attached and they brawl immediately. And along with it, the blood quickly followed as well. Punches with chains wrapped around the fist are plenty, whippings take place and tons of choking to boot. But all behind it was the visceral hatred and violence in not only their actions but body language from all four. The match had some clever spots that you’d expect as well. Cash threw Mark Briscoe to the outside from over the top to hang him and Dax tried to clothesline Jay on the chain that has now been straightened but Jay reverses and Dax takes the rough landing into the chains. Though there is a spot where Jay Briscoe pulls the ref in front of him to protect himself from an incoming chain shot, which spit the ref open. It was slightly gratuitous, I must say but the wrestling resumed quickly so there was no time to dwell on it. And thankfully, the finish didn’t come too soon after that, giving the match a nice compact feel to a hard hitting, tough match. Exactly as it should be. Comparing it to other chain matches, such as my personal favourite, Pitbulls vs Stevie Richards and Raven from ECW Gangster Paradise 1995, this is below it but out of the trilogy that these two have had, it’s the superior one of the lot.” -MC

Voices of Wrestling 2022 Match of the Year
(Full List)

PlaceMatchDatePromotionOverall PointsTotal Votes% of BallotsHighest Vote
1FTR vs. The Briscoes12/10ROH134414368.42%1st
2FTR vs. The Briscoes04/01ROH83011755.98%1st
3Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay08/18NJPW7699143.54%1st
4Adam Page vs. Bryan Danielson01/05AEW6509244.02%1st
5The Jericho Appreciation Society vs. Blackpool Combat Club05/29AEW5808741.63%1st
6Kazuchika Okada vs. Will Ospreay01/05NJPW4796933.01%1st
7Syuri vs. Giulia12/29Stardom4576129.19%1st
8Jun Kasai vs. El Desperado09/12JTO4015827.75%1st
9CM Punk vs. MJF03/06AEW3615928.23%1st
10FTR vs. The Briscoes07/23ROH2594421.05%1st
11Gunther vs. Sheamus09/03WWE2344622.01%1st
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18Swerve In Our Glory vs. The Acclaimed09/04AEW1202511.96%1st
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24Shingo Takagi vs. Kazuchika Okada01/04NJPW98178.13%2nd
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26Jamie Hayter vs. Hikaru Shida12/21AEW912411.48%3rd
27Jon Moxley vs. Wheeler Yuta04/08AEW872511.96%4th
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30Miyu Yamashita vs. Miu Watanabe08/13TJPW70136.22%1st
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33Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Tomohiro Ishii05/01NJPW64146.70%2nd
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36Tam Nakano vs. Giulia10/01Stardom58115.26%2nd
37Stuka Jr. vs. Atlantis Jr.09/16CMLL56125.74%2nd
38Josh Alexander vs. Mike Bailey12/08Impact Wrestling5483.83%1st
39Jon Moxley vs. Will Ospreay04/16NJPW52104.78%3rd
40Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair04/02WWE49104.78%2nd
41Sami Zayn vs. Johnny Knoxville04/03WWE4973.35%1st
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46El Lindaman vs. Shigehiro Irie05/18GLEAT4594.31%2nd
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48Cody Rhodes vs. Sammy Guevara01/26AEW44115.26%4th
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50Shingo Takagi vs. Zack Sabre Jr.03/26NJPW38125.74%4th
51Yuki Yoshioka vs. Masaaki Mochizuki12/06DG3883.83%1st
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54Kazusada Higuchi vs. Naomi Yoshimura07/03DDT3252.39%2nd
55Villano IV vs. LA Park04/30AAA3052.39%1st
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57Jon Moxley vs. CM Punk09/04AEW3031.44%1st
58Astronauts vs. Strong BJ07/09BJW2962.87%3rd
59El Phantasmo vs. Robbie Eagles05/26NJPW2873.35%2nd
60Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar07/30WWE2862.87%4th
61Drew Parker vs. Masashi Takeda11/24FREEDOMS2831.44%1st
62Hamuko Hoshi & Nanae Takahashi vs. Dropkickers05/22Ice Ribbon2820.96%1st
62Maikol vs Teo Griffin08/28Legion Nueva Era Argentina2820.96%1st
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66Tomohiro Ishii vs. Ren Narita10/26NJPW2562.87%3rd
67La Jarochita vs. Reyna Isis09/16CMLL2552.39%3rd
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76Giulia vs. Suzu Suzuki10/01Stardom2141.91%3rd
77Mike Bailey vs. Trey Miguel07/01Impact Wrestling2131.44%1st
78Natsupoi vs. Tam Nakano06/26Stardom2131.44%2nd
79Dragon Kid & Kzy vs. Knesuka04/07DG2120.96%1st
79Takashi Sugiura vs. Masato Tanaka06/04ZERO12120.96%1st
81Jordynne Grace vs. Masha Slamovich10/07Impact Wrestling2041.91%2nd
82Starlight Kid vs. Giulia08/27Stardom2031.44%3rd
83Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley03/06AEW1941.91%2nd
84FTR vs. The Young Bucks04/06AEW1852.39%3rd
85Suzuki-gun vs. Suzuki-gun12/23NJPW1831.44%1st
86Laredo Kid vs. El Hijo del Vikingo10/23AAA1720.96%1st
86Calvin Tankman vs. Jay Malachi05/27DPW1720.96%1st
88Josh Alexander vs. Alex Shelley08/12Impact Wrestling1720.96%2nd
89Mike Bailey vs. Konosuke Takeshita06/10West Coast Pro1662.87%6th
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91JD McDonagh vs. Joe Gacy vs. Carmelo Hayes vs. Axiom vs. Grayson Waller12/10WWE1631.44%4th
92The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Brothers06/03AEW1631.44%5th
93Roman Reigns vs. Logan Paul11/05WWE1541.91%4th
94Biff Busick vs. SLADE02/04Beyond1541.91%6th
95Alex Colon vs. Rina Yamashita08/13GCW1531.44%4th
96Suzu Suzuki vs. Tomoka Inaba12/19JTO1531.44%5th
97Michael Oku vs. Luke Jacobs07/23RevPro1520.96%1st
98Death Triangle vs. United Empire08/24AEW1441.91%5th
99Yumehito Imanari vs. Shigehiro Irie08/13DDT1431.44%4th
100Claudio Castagnoli vs. Zack Sabre Jr.06/26AEW/NJPW1431.44%5th
101Miyu Yamashita vs. Shoko Nakajima03/19TJPW1431.44%6th
102SW3RVE vs. Nick Wayne02/26DEFY1420.96%4th
103Kazuchika Okada vs. Jay White06/12NJPW1420.96%3rd
104Jon Moxley vs. Konosuke Takeshita12/09AEW1410.48%1st
104Titan vs. Suicida09/30CMLL1410.48%1st
104Joel Bateman vs. Ritchie Taylor02/05DMDU1410.48%1st
104Jun Kasai & Masashi Takeda vs. BULK Orchestra10/09GLEAT1410.48%1st
104Alpha Wolf vs. Dragon Bane vs. Ninja Mack04/29NOAH1410.48%1st
104Fuminori Abe & Shigehiro Irie vs. Violence Is Forever10/12wXw1410.48%1st
110El Soberano Jr. vs. Templario07/29CMLL1341.91%5th
110Mike Bailey vs. Bandido03/31WrestleCon1341.91%5th
112Jurassic Express vs. The Young Bucks vs. reDRagon03/06AEW1320.96%3rd
112Calvin Tankman vs. Alex Coughlin04/08DPW1320.96%3rd
114Toni Storm vs. Jamie Hayter11/19AEW1241.91%7th
115Jake Lee vs. Yuma Aoyagi05/04AJPW1231.44%5th
116Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Jon Moxley06/26AEW/NJPW1231.44%5th
116Kaito Ishida vs. Tetsuya Izuchi10/09GLEAT1231.44%5th
118Yuka Sakazaki vs. Miu Watanabe08/14TJPW1220.96%3rd
119Kazusada Higuchi vs. Yukio Sakaguchi10/23DDT1220.96%4th
119Suzuki-gun vs. UNCHAIN12/19JTO1220.96%4th
121Dax Harwood vs. Will Ospreay06/15AEW1220.96%5th
122Sammy Guevara vs. Andrade El Idolo vs. Darby Allin03/04AEW1141.91%6th
123Tyler Bate vs. Trent Seven09/01WWE1131.44%3rd
124El Mesias, Kenny King, Lince Dorado, Matt Taven, Oraculo, Robbie Eagles, Rocky Romero & Tiger Mask vs. Atlantis Jr., El Soberano Jr., Mistico, Stuka Jr., Templario, Titan, Ultimo Guerrero & Volador Jr.08/19CMLL1131.44%4th
125Adam Page vs. Adam Cole03/06AEW1131.44%5th
125Shoko Nakajima vs. Yuka Sakazaki10/09TJPW1131.44%5th
127Daisuke Sekimoto vs. Yoshiki Inamura08/07ZERO11120.96%2nd
128Syuri vs. Risa Sera05/28Stardom1120.96%3rd
129Daisuke Masaoka, Jun Kasai & Masashi Takeda vs. ERE07/19FREEDOMS1120.96%4th
129Saya Kamitani vs. Starlight Kid07/09Stardom1120.96%4th
131Arisa Nakajima vs. Tsukasa Fujimoto04/29SEAdLINNNG1120.96%5th
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132Kazuchika Okada vs. Zack Sabre Jr.04/09NJPW1020.96%2nd
132Shoko Nakajima vs. Rika Tatsumi07/09TJPW1020.96%2nd
135NEXTREAM vs. NEXTREAM05/14AJPW1020.96%3rd
135Los Ingobernables de Japon vs. Kongo01/08NJPW/NOAH1020.96%3rd
137Claudio Castagnoli vs. Konosuke Takeshita (08/06 - AEW)08/06AEW1020.96%4th
138Arisa Nakajima & Hikaru Shida vs. Ibuki Hoshi & Tsukasa Fujimoto05/22Ice Ribbon1020.96%5th
139Chris Jericho vs. Tomohiro Ishii11/23AEW941.91%7th
140Chris Jericho vs. Action Andretti12/14AEW931.44%4th
141Ben-K vs. Yuki Yoshioka12/25DG931.44%6th
142Tomohiro Ishii vs. Minoru Suzuki04/16NJPW920.96%4th
143Kazuchika Okada vs. JONAH08/07NJPW920.96%5th
143Hideki Suzuki vs. Kaito Kiyomiya09/03NOAH920.96%5th
145CM Punk vs. Dustin Rhodes04/20AEW920.96%6th
145The Usos vs. The Street Profits07/02WWE920.96%6th
147Villano IV vs. Psycho Clown06/18AAA910.48%2nd
147AC Mack vs. Masha Slamovich03/04ACTION910.48%2nd
147Kyle O'Reilly vs. Rey Fenix05/18AEW910.48%2nd
147Biff Busick vs. Brody King03/19Circle 6910.48%2nd
147YAMATO vs. Yuki Yoshioka05/11DG910.48%2nd
147GENTARO vs. Yasushi Sato03/19Dream Fighter Wrestling910.48%2nd
147Honor No More vs. Impact Originals06/19Impact Wrestling910.48%2nd
147Maikol and Gint Giovanna vs CLS11/21Legion Nueva Era Argentina910.48%2nd
147El Desperado vs. Hiromu Takahashi06/03NJPW910.48%2nd
147Jay White vs. Tama Tonga10/10NJPW910.48%2nd
147Chris Brookes vs. Kid Lykos10/15PROGRESS910.48%2nd
158Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii09/04AEW841.91%7th
159Orange Cassidy vs. Katsuyori Shibata11/04AEW831.44%6th
159Imperium vs. The Brawling Brutes10/08WWE831.44%6th
161CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley08/24AEW831.44%7th
162Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii05/14NJPW820.96%4th
163Tomohiro Ishii vs. Taichi07/17NJPW820.96%5th
163Kenoh vs. Kaito Kiyomiya01/01NOAH820.96%5th
165Samoa Joe vs. Darby Allin12/07AEW820.96%6th
165Hiroshi Tanahashi & Kazuchika Okada vs. Kaito Kiyomiya & Keiji Muto01/08NJPW/NOAH820.96%6th
167Jon Moxley vs. Chris Jericho08/10AEW820.96%7th
168Jurassic Express vs. The Young Bucks06/15AEW810.48%3rd
168Abdullah Kobayashi vs. Daiju Wakamatsu08/14BJW810.48%3rd
168Yuki Yoshioka vs. Eita09/19DG810.48%3rd
168Shawn Kemp vs. Chase Holliday vs. Joe Lando vs. Lucky Ali vs. Jay Malachi08/13DPW810.48%3rd
168Marcius Pitt vs. Gavin McGavin01/08EPW810.48%3rd
168Kyoko Kimura vs. Jungle Kyona05/23Hana Kimura Memorial810.48%3rd
168The Motor City Machine Guns vs. Aussie Open09/22Impact Wrestling810.48%3rd
168Conurbardo vs CLS07/17Legion Nueva Era Argentina810.48%3rd
168Kazuchika Okada vs. Tetsuya Naito05/01NJPW810.48%3rd
177Will Ospreay vs. Nick Wayne06/19GCW731.44%8th
177Taichi vs. DOUKI01/10JTO731.44%8th
179Kazusada Higuchi vs. Tetsuya Endo08/20DDT720.96%6th
179El Lindaman vs. DOUKI08/24GLEAT720.96%6th
181El Hijo del Vikingo vs. Bandido12/28AAA720.96%7th
181Will Ospreay vs. Ricky Knight Jr.08/21RevPro720.96%7th
181Arisa Nakajima vs. Riko Kaiju05/13SEAdLINNNG720.96%7th
184Adam Priest vs. Anthony Henry12/02ACTION710.48%4th
184Swerve In Our Glory vs. The Acclaimed09/21AEW710.48%4th
184Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett vs. Darby Allin & Sting11/19AEW710.48%4th
184CM Punk & Jon Moxley vs. FTR02/09AEW710.48%4th
184Yuki Yoshioka vs. YAMATO11/06DG710.48%4th
184The Kings Of The District vs. The Production07/02Enjoy710.48%4th
184Julian Ward vs. Michael Morleone vs. Taylor King12/17EPW710.48%4th
184Sami Callihan vs. Steve Maclin vs. Moose09/23Impact Wrestling710.48%4th
184Christian Rose vs Jeremy Wyatt04/29Journey Pro710.48%4th
184Gint Giovanna vs Ricky Rocca10/23Legion Nueva Era Argentina710.48%4th
184Virus vs. Makabre10/16Lucha Memes710.48%4th
184Tomohiro Ishii vs. Shingo Takagi03/07NJPW710.48%4th
184Keiji Muto vs. Kaito Kiyomiya07/16NOAH710.48%4th
184Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Masa Kitamiya01/16NOAH710.48%4th
184The 0121 vs. The Sunshine Machine vs. The Smokin' Aces06/25PROGRESS710.48%4th
184Hazuki vs. Saya Kamitani08/28Stardom710.48%4th
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201Josh Alexander vs. Frankie Kazarian11/18Impact Wrestling620.96%6th
201Saya Kamitani vs. Tam Nakano03/27Stardom620.96%6th
203Adam Page vs. Lance Archer02/09AEW620.96%8th
203Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Hideki Suzuki04/08NOAH620.96%8th
205Anthony Henry vs. Adam Priest01/21ACTION610.48%5th
205Chris Jericho vs. Bandido09/28AEW610.48%5th
205Mistico vs. Atlantis Jr.05/27CMLL610.48%5th
205Calamari Drunken Kings vs. ASUKA & MAO05/22DDT610.48%5th
205Miyu Yamashita vs. Miyuki Takase06/11DPW610.48%5th
205Andrew Everett vs. Bojack01/15DPW610.48%5th
205Bryan Keith vs. Mike Bailey12/16Freelance610.48%5th
205Jordynne Grace vs. Masha Slamovich11/18Impact Wrestling610.48%5th
205Josh Alexander vs. Eddie Edwards10/07Impact Wrestling610.48%5th
205Cami Love vs Chuck Dixon08/31Legion Nueva Era Argentina610.48%5th
205Teo Griffin vs Aerial Van Go vs Solar Sanchez vs McKiller12/12Legion Nueva Era Argentina610.48%5th
205Fred Rosser vs. Gabriel Kidd02/19NJPW610.48%5th
205Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kazuchika Okada & Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Suzuki-gun & Yoshiaki Fujiwara03/01NJPW610.48%5th
205Kazuchika Okada vs. JONAH10/10NJPW610.48%5th
205El Desperado & Master Wato vs. Hiromu Takahashi & Taiji Ishimori11/05NJPW610.48%5th
205Mike Bailey vs. Bandido01/29PWG610.48%5th
205Mercedes Martinez vs. Willow Nightingale04/01ROH610.48%5th
205Travis Huckabee vs. Adam Priest06/19SUP610.48%5th
223FTR vs. The United Empire vs. Roppongi Vice06/26AEW/NJPW510.48%6th
223Dragon Dia vs. Takuma Fujiwara03/05DG531.44%9th
224Jon Moxley vs. MJF11/19AEW520.96%7th
224Syuri vs. ASUKA05/23Hana Kimura Memorial520.96%7th
224KENTA vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi01/05NJPW520.96%7th
227Adam Page vs. Konosuke Takeshita05/18AEW520.96%8th
227Las Fresa de Egoistas vs. Ayame Sasamura & Riko Kaiju09/22SEAdLINNNG520.96%8th
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229J-Master vs Striker05/16Catch Argentino510.48%6th
229MAO vs. ASUKA05/01DDT510.48%6th
229Jon Moxley vs. Tom Lawlor04/30DEFY510.48%6th
229Shingo Takagi vs. Taichi12/19JTO510.48%6th
229Jun Kasai & Tomoaki Honma vs. Suzuki-gun05/06JTO510.48%6th
229Tomohiro Ishii vs. Jay White07/23NJPW510.48%6th
229Taichi vs. Shingo Takagi04/25NJPW510.48%6th
229Katsuyori Shibata vs. Ren Narita01/04NJPW510.48%6th
229Kaito Kiyomiya vs. Timothy Thatcher11/10NOAH510.48%6th
229Maya Yukihi & Rina Yamashita vs. Miyuki Takase & Ryo Mizunami05/20NOMADS510.48%6th
229Dominic Garrini vs. Daniel Makabe08/06Scenic City510.48%6th
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229Mayu Iwatani vs. Starlight Kid10/01Stardom510.48%6th
229Syuri vs. Mayu Iwatani03/27Stardom510.48%6th
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245BULLET CLUB vs. Dudes With Attitudes06/26AEW/NJPW420.96%8th
245Hartley Jackson vs. Mizuki Watase12/27DDT420.96%8th
245Jonathan Gresham vs. Chris Sabin01/08Impact Wrestling420.96%8th
245Juice Robinson vs. David Finlay07/26NJPW420.96%8th
250Natural Vibes vs. GOLD CLASS03/05DG420.96%9th
251Adam Cole vs. Dax Harwood05/11AEW410.48%7th
251Darby Allin, Sting & The Hardys vs. AFO03/23AEW410.48%7th
251Luchasaurus vs. Jack Perry11/19AEW410.48%7th
251Cash Wheeler vs. Dax Harwood04/27AEW410.48%7th
251Calamari Drunken Kings & DISASTER BOX vs. The 37KAMIINA & ASUKA06/12CyberFight410.48%7th
251Jungle Kyona vs. Masha Slamovich09/10GCW410.48%7th
251Josh Alexander vs. Eric Young06/19Impact Wrestling410.48%7th
251J-Master vs Francisco Rolon07/17Legion Nueva Era Argentina410.48%7th
251Kazuchika Okada vs. Jeff Cobb07/16NJPW410.48%7th
251Tetsuya Naito vs. Zack Sabre Jr.03/27NJPW410.48%7th
251EVIL vs. Tama Tonga05/01NJPW410.48%7th
251Juice Robinson vs. Ren Narita10/08NJPW410.48%7th
251Taichi vs. Jay White08/13NJPW410.48%7th
251Trey Miguel vs. Alex Shelley11/12REVOLVER410.48%7th
251Mina Shirakawa vs. Thekla01/29Stardom410.48%7th
251Hikaru Sato vs. Keita Yano09/19Tenryu Project410.48%7th
251Pom Harajuku vs. Max The Impaler08/13TJPW410.48%7th
251Hyper Misao & Nodoka Tenma vs. Marika Kobashi & Raku vs. Hikari Noa & Yuki Arai vs. Magical Sugar Rabbits vs. Hakuchumu02/28TJPW410.48%7th
251KrackerJak vs. Lochy Hendricks05/27WrestleRock410.48%7th
270Wheeler Yuta vs. Daniel Garcia09/07AEW310.48%8th
270Jeff Hardy vs. Darby Allin05/11AEW310.48%8th
270Jon Moxley vs. Konosuke Takeshita07/13AEW310.48%8th
270Brody King vs. Darby Allin08/10AEW310.48%8th
270The Young Bucks vs. Swerve In Our Glory vs. Team Taz07/13AEW310.48%8th
270Team Mexico vs. Team World10/28CMLL310.48%8th
270Niebla Roja vs. Titan04/22CMLL310.48%8th
270Atsushi Kotoge, Katsuhiko Nakajima & Yoshiki Inamura vs. Burning & Kazusada Higuchi06/12CyberFight310.48%8th
270ASUKA & MAO vs. Harimao07/24DDT310.48%8th
270Kevin Blackwood vs. Jay Freddie06/18ESW310.48%8th
270Rina Yamashita & Toru Sugiura vs. Los Mazisos06/05GCW310.48%8th
270T-Hawk vs. El Lindaman02/22GLEAT310.48%8th
270Guido el Demoledor vs Lucio12/12Legion Nueva Era Argentina310.48%8th
270Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Jon Moxley vs. Juice Robinson vs. Will Ospreay05/14NJPW310.48%8th
270Kazuchika Okada vs. El Desperado03/02NJPW310.48%8th
270Yoshinari Ogawa vs. Kaito Kiyomiya02/15NOAH310.48%8th
270Alex Shelley vs. Bandido05/29Prestige310.48%8th
270Deonna Purrazzo vs. Jungle Kyona10/30Prestige310.48%8th
270Cara Noir vs. Spike Trivet06/25PROGRESS310.48%8th
270Mike Bailey vs. Buddy Matthews07/03PWG310.48%8th
270Gabriel Kidd vs. Francesco Akira01/29RevPro310.48%8th
270Swerve In Our Glory vs. Shane Taylor Promotions12/10ROH310.48%8th
270Chihiro Hashimoto vs. ASUKA07/10Sendai Girls310.48%8th
270Saya Kamitani vs. Himeka08/21Stardom310.48%8th
270Sakura Hirota vs. Miyuki Takase vs. Alfred Necklenpurg08/13WAVE310.48%8th
270Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens & The Brawling Brutes vs. The Bloodline11/26WWE310.48%8th
270Bron Breakker vs. JD McDonagh vs. Ilja Dragunov10/22WWE310.48%8th
270Seth Rollins vs. Cody Rhodes05/08WWE310.48%8th
270Mad Dog Connelly vs. Jake Lander04/30ZERO1 USA310.48%8th
299Eddie Kingston, Shota Umino & Wheeler Yuta vs. Minoru Suzuki & The Jericho Appreciation Society06/26AEW/NJPW220.96%10th
299Maika & MIRAI vs. Aoi & Tomoka Inaba09/12JTO220.96%10th
301Laredo Kid vs. Taurus vs. Fenix vs. Bandido vs. El Hijo del Vikingo06/18AAA210.48%9th
301Kento Miyahara & Takuya Nomura vs. Cyrus & Shuji Ishikawa12/07AJPW210.48%9th
301Natsumi Sumikawa vs. Miku Aono10/30AWG210.48%9th
301Mari & Miku Aono vs. Kouki & Natsuki08/12AWG210.48%9th
301Kazusada Higuchi vs. Yuki Ueno12/29DDT210.48%9th
301Emi Sakura vs. Mizuki08/13DPW210.48%9th
301Alexander Otsuka, Katsushi Takemura, MAZADA & Nobuyuki Kurashima vs. Hisamaru Tajima, Sanshu Tsubakichi, TAMURA & Yutaka Yoshie12/01Dradition210.48%9th
301Daisuke Sekimoto, Shuji Ishikawa & Yuji Hino vs. Daichi Hashimoto, Kazusada Higuchi & Yuma Aoyagi06/15Fortune Dream210.48%9th
301Mei Suruga vs. Yuna Mizumori09/15Gatoh Move210.48%9th
301Gringo Loco & Los Vipers vs. Arez, ASF & Komander12/16GCW210.48%9th
301Psycho Clown vs. Gringo Loco02/05GCW210.48%9th
301Trey Miguel vs. Steve Maclin01/08Impact Wrestling210.48%9th
301Mickie James vs. Deonna Purrazzo01/08Impact Wrestling210.48%9th
301Deonna Purrazzo vs. Rok-C01/13Impact Wrestling210.48%9th
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