Ah, the time of year where we take a trip down memory lane. WWE has posted a new video to its YouTube channel, in which they show the Top 10 Debuts from the years 2010-19. They can be arrivals to either the main roster or NXT.

You can see the video in its entirety below:

The debuts are as follows:

  • Shinsuke Nakamura debuting in NXT
  • The Nexus debuting and beating up John Cena, destroying the ringside area
  • Kevin Owens debuting in NXT
  • Braun Strowman joining the Wyatt Family
  • Adam Cole debuting in NXT
  • Samoa Joe debuting in NXT
  • The Shield debuts at Survivor Series
  • Ronda Rousey debuting at the Royal Rumble
  • Sting debuts at Survivor Series
  • AJ Styles debuting at the Royal Rumble

Editor’s Opinion:

Man, this was an awesome decade for professional wrestling. As soon as I saw the title of the video, my mind immediately went to AJ Styles. His joining WWE was probably the catalyst for the most fun and unpredictable time in the history of professional wrestling. It meant that dream matches were more likely now than ever before.

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