As always, 2019 produced some of the best matches that will go down as the very bests in the history of WWE. Two women’s division matches were able to make it to the list whereas there is a classic WrestleMania moment that topped our rank.
As for the rests, The Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, and AJ Styles are also in the chart as they had to deliver something special being the marquee names. With that being said, check out are the top 5 WWE matches of the year.
Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks (Hell in a Cell Match for the WWE RAW Women’s Championship – Hell in a Cell)
Becky Lynch had the best rivalry of her title reign against Sasha Banks for the Raw Women’s Championship that produced the second Hell in a Cell match from the women’s division.
Here Sasha proved once again why she claims to be the most technical wrestler of the female roster whereas Becky showed her skills while competing against such a competitor. It will go down as one of the most brutal matches of Women’s Division history (if not the most) and one of the top 5 WWE matches of 2019.
Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar (WWE Universal Championship – SummerSlam)
It was one of the rare occasions when Seth Rollins, the prime babyface of Raw has just begun to getting booed. Also, challenging Brock Lesnar for the Universal Title was a rematch from WrestleMania that could lessen the chances of a successful match.
This is where Lesnar and Rollins became veterans and a match that was thrilling from the get-go. A battered Rollins reclaiming his belt from the Beast was a worthy main event for Summerslam that should go down as one of the top 5 WWE matches in 2019.
Sasha Banks vs. Ronda Rousey (WWE RAW Women’s Championship – Royal Rumble)
Time and time again, Sasha Banks proved that she cane delivered the best matches on a series if given proper opportunities. This was one of the occasions where she received the Baddest Woman on the Planet to deliver a classic at Royal Rumble.
Ronda Rousey has never got a tougher opponent other than her during her entire title tenure and now you know the reason why she handpicked Banks as her challenger at Rumble. We hope this was not the only time that we have seen this match.
Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles (WWE Universal Championship – Money in the Bank)
Talking about a dream match, true pro-wrestling fans would love to see Rollins vs. Styles on any given day. After all, they are considered two of the greatest in-ring performers of this generation. So days after AJ Styles entered Monday Night Raw, WWE did not hesitate to book this match right away.
They stole the show at Money in the Bank which has become the greatest technical match of 2019, undoubtedly. Also, this match helped the PPV to become a success that helped drew attention from AEW’s success.
Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston (WWE Championship – WrestleMania 35)
Sometimes storytelling becomes bigger than a match which was in this case as the WWE Universe was into this match, whole-heartedly. Years of frustrations of Kofi Kingston have also got into the WWE Universe that created Kofi-mania. On the other hand, Daniel Bryan played the role of a perfect heel to get the angle even better.
This produced the match of the year which kept the fans on the edge of their seats, throughout. In the end, we received our first African born WWE Champion that set history. But most importantly, the only candidate from WrestleMania resides in the first position of the list for the top 5 WWE matches in 2019.
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