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The 10 Best (And Worst) WWE Performers Of 2014

2014 may not have been a standout year for WWE, but beneath all the bad booking and lack of direction, there were still a lot of talented guys and ladies working their asses off to entertain us each week, and they deserve to be recognized. This list isn’t based on who was pushed the hardest or was most successful by WWE’s terms, but who made the most of what they had and excelled the furthest within their given positions. In other words, Damien Sandow is every bit as eligible for the number one spot on this list as John Cena, so don’t think you can predict where this train is going.

Without further ado, here’s the top ten Best and Worst WWE performers of 2014…

Note: I’m sticking to main roster names for this list, since comparing WWE and NXT talents is kind of an apples and oranges thing. Also it would have made the list harder to do, so to heck with it.

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