Through the most numbing and unprecedented of global events, pro wrestling has splintered from its two greatest years ever into a new decade of enforced - but sometimes vital, life-affirming - contrast.
Pro wrestling in 2020 has yielded classic World title matches held in front of tens of thousands of zealous fans at the apex of a four year-journey; mid midcard matches held in front of no fans to fulfil a contractual obligation; matches held in Titan Towers, boneyards, parking lots and the suburbs of John Cena's mind; matches that restored old stipulations; matches that created new, thrilling stipulations; matches that Baron Corbin infamously hated; matches Baron Corbin worked that were exponentially worse; matches downsized from stadiums to gyms; matches worked in empty stadiums full of soul...
Which were the 10 best?
Matches from the Empty Arena Era are included.
Though one could make the argument that even lesser-worked matches with crowds are automatically better - and there were far more than 10 worldwide bangers held before Tom Hanks ruined the world - a certain respect should be paid to those who successfully executed pro wrestling's greatest challenge.
Particularly since, in one case, two men crafted a match exhilarating in its acknowledgement of a new, depressing context.