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2015 PW Awards

2015 PW Awards: Feud of the Year




Winner: Bayley vs. Sasha Banks

“What more can I say about Bayley v. Sasha Banks. They had great matches, great promos, great buildup to every match, and then top it off with the work of both of these women to make you hate/love them, it was perfection. I think Sasha making Izzy cry was the moment of the feud, and really added to the level of heel that she could play. There is not much else that I can keep saying about these two, and if you haven’t watched any of their matches/build-up yet, go watch them now. It was just perfect, top to bottom.” – Chris Langevin

“This wasn’t just the best feud of the year, it’s the best feud of this decade thus far. They gave the fans what they wanted to see, played their respective roles to perfection and kept it simple in the process; at least they made it look simple. Their match at NXT TakeOver Brooklyn stole the show and the thunder from the main event between the always amazing Kevin Owens and Finn Balor. The 30-minute Iron Man Match that followed was a work of art painted by two women who were just made to work together. We know what they can do when given the opportunity. Hopefully WWE gives them the proper canvas to work together on again on the main roster.” – Dave Reno


Runner Up: The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar

“Brock v. Taker gets my second spot because of Paul Heyman. He made me want to see these men tear each other limb from limb. We also got a good match from them at Summerslam with a shit ending, and we got a great match from them at Hell in a Cell. That match was a throwback match that we are not used to seeing much anymore where there was blood, brutality, and just a hard-hitting affair between two monsters. I enjoyed this match and I think the promos and build up with their brawl on Raw gives this a spot on my list.” – Chris Langevin

“Physical matches, great storytelling, Paul Heyman. .. this had it all.” – Dan Rose


Honorable Mention: Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn

“Sami Zayn v. Owens gets my #3 spot because of their history. El Generico and Kevin Steen had the best rivalry in wrestling probably 2-3 different years. They were constantly at each other’s throats, slaying promo after promo, and then putting on the best matches year after year. This time, they got a stage in WWE to do it. It was not a long, drawn out, feud because of Sami’s unfortunate injury, but I think the story they told in the short time they had to tell it was absolutely phenomenal.” – Chris Langevin

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