NXT and TNA weren’t the only ones to have a wild year, so did the WWE. In fact, one can say that this has been the strangest and most progressive year we’ve seen from the company. Compared to how last year ended, I don’t think any fans could’ve predicted half of the events that occurred.
Feud of the Year: Dean Ambrose vs AJ Styles
There were some solid feuds this year, but none of them were as consistent as Styles vs Ambrose. Sure, it didn’t headline a major four PPV, but it gave Smackdown an entertaining main event scene from September to December. Essentially, it went four months, and no point did it ever feel stale, which is quite amazing considering the other long term programs on WWE television. Owens vs Rollins only went two months, yet it became flat within one.
This feud also benefited from the…
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