Women Main Event WrestleMania
WWE Women’s Revolution reached its pinnacle at WrestleMania this year when three of the biggest female stars in the company stepped foot into the ring for the main event. Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch made tides turn with their work, and it culminated in a historic main-event featuring the female superstars of the company.
Becky Lynch went on to win the matchup, and solidified her position as the face of the company, continuing her spectacular run which started at Summerslam 2018.
The match itself wasn’t the most amazing piece of wrestling that we saw in the company this year, but the amount of importance attached to it will be talked on for many years.
Kofi Kingston Wins The Gold At WrestleMania
In what is supposed to go down as one of the biggest moments in professional wrestling history, one of the most loved personalities in WWE, Kofi Kingston finally laid his hands on the WWE Championship at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
The victory against the tyrant Daniel Bryan was a sweet moment in itself, but what added to the story was the stellar two months of buildup before it. Vince McMahon, Daniel Bryan and The New Day produced one of the best stories in recent memory, with the racism subtext which was actually never referenced by the individuals.
Kingston went on to have one of the strongest runs with the title, defeating the likes of Randy Orton, Kevin Owens, Dolph Ziggler, and Samoa Joe. He was pinned just once during his entire reign as champion, but his title run came to an abrupt end at the hands of Brock Lesnar. Nevertheless, Kofi Kingston’s win was the biggest highlight of 2019, and is surely up there with the biggest moments in wrestling ever.