WWE Announces Superstars Of The Decade, Top 10 Matches Of 2019 Special To Air On Monday

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The 2010s decade is coming to a close, and everyone is looking back at the decade with fond memories. WWE isn’t shying away from the trend and have been releasing several videos detailing the interesting things which have happened in WWE over the last ten years.

The latest in the series of this decade compilation posts is a list, naming the top ten superstars in WWE this decade. The list is not ranked and is merely a compilation of most successful individuals over the last decade. The fans haven’t voted for this list in any manner, so it is one hundred percent a WWE in-house publication.

The list features two-thirds of the Shield, John Cena, current WWE Champion Brock Lesnar (who returned in 2012), Daniel Bryan (who spent nearly three years away due to injuries), among other names. Becky Lynch is the only female superstar to make the list, and considering her immense popularity over the last twelve months, its only fitting that the Man joins the list of these elite individuals.

  • Seth Rollins
  • Roman Reigns
  • John Cena
  • Kofi Kingston
  • Brock Lesnar
  • Daniel Bryan
  • Becky Lynch
  • Randy Orton
  • The Miz
  • Sheamus

Some interesting inclusions in the list include Miz and Sheamus, who haven’t had a great second half of the decade, but were absolutely main-event level talent when the decade kicked off. Miz can boast of a WrestleMania main-event, while Sheamus is one of the most accomplished superstars this decade.

Kofi Kingston, who won the WWE Championship earlier this year, joins the prestigious list after his tremendous exploits in the tag-team division with several partners, and his ever-so-great charisma as a singles superstar.

WWE is also airing a special on Monday next week, immediately preceding the last RAW episode of the year. WWE will be showing the top ten matches of 2019 in WWE, and the special will be hosted by Paige. The show will run for more than four hours, and WWE hasn’t announced the list of matches yet.