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2015 Feud of the Year

  • Daniel Bryan vs Roman Reigns

    Votes: 10 10.8%
  • Sasha Banks vs Bayley

    Votes: 35 37.6%
  • John Cena vs Kevin Owens

    Votes: 9 9.7%
  • New Day vs Kidd and Cesaro

    Votes: 4 4.3%
  • Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins

    Votes: 12 12.9%
  • John Cena vs Seth Rollins

    Votes: 4 4.3%
  • Finn Balor vs Kevin Owens

    Votes: 2 2.2%
  • The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar

    Votes: 11 11.8%
  • John Cena vs Rusev

    Votes: 2 2.2%
  • Other

    Votes: 4 4.3%

  • Total voters
    93
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Ambrose vs. Rollins and Cena vs. Owens for the main roster, Sasha/Bayley for NXT.

 

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Voted Sasha/Bayley

Most of the feuds have been pretty meh. Not listed is Rusev/Swagger which I feel was a very underrated feud, although way too one-sided. You really felt in Rusev's following feud with Mark Henry that it really wasnt nearly the same caliber
 

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WWE vs. IWC.

No wrestling feud is even worth mentioning for feud of the year because there wasn't a single feud which revolved around hatred between the two sides.
 
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Cole/JBL/Lawlor/Saxton vs Entertaining Commentary.

I like the Sasha Bayley feud best.
 

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I Love Bayley and Sasha but not, they're not The feud of The year. Awesome matches Braga t not feud of The year, match match of The year.

Their feud was random. Sasha vs Charlotte is the feud of The year imo
 

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For the wrestling matches alone (and the rise of New Day), New Day vs Cesaro & Kidd feud was fun as fuck. That match they had @er is one of my favourites of the entire year of 2015 in wrestling, not just WWE.

Reigns/Bryan was a good feud, but the match didn't click with me. It was good, but not as good as I wanted.

KO/Cena feud is overrated as fuck, i'm sorry. From a wrestling and storyline standpoint, this feud was dull. In retrospective, the 1st match was the really best, and it wasn't that great either, the great thing was Owens winning...after that we had the "even-steven" rematch at MITB and the overkill Battleground match. The feud was...indy star vs john cena, with the difference of Owens being a provider for his family, but even that was forgotten quickly. Dissapointing.

Sasha/Bayley is a strong candidate, but to me...I loved the Brooklyn match and liked the match at the latest Takeover, but...before that, I didn't care much for Bayley, only Sasha, so that...I don't know, I think they are exploting this so called "Divas Revolution" too much, but whatever.

The rest are good matches, but nothing to be a feud of the year (Lesnar/Taker is an spectacle, but i don't really care for the storyline)
 

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The continuation of Who the WWE wants to push & how vs. their own fan base EST. 10 years & going......

(Examples this year: The 2015 RR, the return of Daniel Bryan, the Regins/Lenser build, John Cena v. Owens, McMahon's views on Cesaro, the original FACE New Day, the dreaded Divas Revolution BOTCH, Sting's booking, Seth Rollins Championship run, Hunter/Steph face/heel turns EVERY week, the rise & fall of the Big Show just so they can put over Brock Lesner ect)

:jbl "And MAGGLE you can see this on going rivalry for only 9.99 and the price of your cable/internet bill."

:cole "VINTAGE WWE"
 

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Main Roster: Kevin Owens Vs John Cena by far

NXT: Sasha Banks Vs Bayley, although I could do without them constantly breaking kayfabe.

Finn Balor Vs Kevin Owens was pretty good as well. Prime example of how a long term feud should be done. They only wrestled each other 3 times in 6 months. They didn't spam the fuck out of the match.
 

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Feud of the year and match of the year are much different things.

Owens/Cena or Sasha/Bayley take the cake in the best matches department, but for me Undertaker/Lesnar is probably the best FEUD in 2015. It's not something that was just swept under the rug after a PPV like every other feud. The back story, and build ups truly give it this colossal amount of heat between them, and I think for me that warrants it as the best feud this year.
 

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Sting vs Triple H
 

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I'd say the Top 3 are Taker vs. Lesnar, Bryan vs. Reigns, and Bayley vs. Sasha.

When it comes to Sasha vs. Bayley, I think people are overrating the build of the matches. Yes, the matches themselves were MOTY contenders. But they didn't build their matches that much on TV. Most of that was done through video packages, which were great but I can't say feud of the year for that.

Taker vs. Lesnar had one great brawl and that's enough to get it on the list considering the lack of good feuds this year. But not being on TV most weeks doesn't help make this feud of the year.

So for me, it's Bryan vs. Reigns. It only lasted a month. But I loved it. Reigns floated in the tweener role. I thought they worked well against and off each other. It was intense. I loved it for what it was. Again, we didn't get many great feuds this year. So, even though it didn't last long, it did enough to win.
 

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Main roster: Reigns vs. Bryan
NXT: Sasha vs. Bayley


I'd say the Top 3 are Taker vs. Lesnar, Bryan vs. Reigns, and Bayley vs. Sasha.

When it comes to Sasha vs. Bayley, I think people are overrating the build of the matches. Yes, the matches themselves were MOTY contenders. But they didn't build their matches that much on TV. Most of that was done through video packages, which were great but I can't say feud of the year for that.
This is actually true. The video packages were so well put together, and the contract signing was probably segment of the year, so that's what put it over the top in a lot of people's minds. However, there was still a clear story, and that's more that you can ask for from the main roster.

So for me, it's Bryan vs. Reigns. It only lasted a month. But I loved it. Reigns floated in the tweener role. I thought they worked well against and off each other. It was intense. I loved it for what it was. Again, we didn't get many great feuds this year. So, even though it didn't last long, it did enough to win.
They were both tweeners, and they both did a great job. They were both allowed to be intense, and their feud on a throwaway PPV was better built than anything leading up to Wrestlemania.
 
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