WWE's Best Matches Of The Week: Dolph Ziggler Vs. Seth Rollins & More (June 16-21)

In another installment of WWE's Best Matches Of The Week, we run down the top 10 matches broadcast on WWE television, including Monday Night Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Main Event, Superstars and pay-per-view events.

Here are the rankings below:

Honorable Mentions:

* Kalisto vs. Tyler Breeze (NXT, 16/6/14)
* Paige vs. Naomi (Main Event, 17/6/14)
* Big E vs. Jack Swagger (SmackDown, 20/6/14)

10. Dolph Ziggler vs. Bad News Barrett (SmackDown, 20/6/14)

9. Dean Ambrose vs. Kane (SmackDown, 20/6/14)

8. Sheamus vs. Bray Wyatt (Raw, 16/6/14)

7. Sheamus & The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family (Main Event, 17/6/14)

6. John Cena vs. Kane (Stretcher Match - Raw 16/6/14)

5. Rob Van Dam vs. Jack Swagger (Superstars, 19/6/14)

4. Dean Ambrose vs. Bad News Barrett (Raw, 16/6/14)

3. Roman Reigns, Sheamus & John Cena vs. Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro & Alberto Del Rio (SmackDown, 20/6/14)

2. Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins (Raw, 16/6/14)

1. WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match Qualifying Battle Royal (Raw, 16/6/14)

For the better part of two weeks now, we've seen Dolph Ziggler square off against Seth Rollins in closely contested scraps. There wasn't a match that really stuck out this week, and that's bound to happen more often than not. Still, this match opened up Raw to a super-hot crowd, and both competitors are increasing their chemistry with each other. Plus, it's not like those tag matches offered anything out of the ordinary or something we haven't seen before. But you could also make the case that the Battle Royal deserved to be first, simply because of entertainment purposes alone. Most of the company's top stars engaged in a fun battle royal, and despite the match not being able to offer the spots you'd get in a one-on-one contest, it drew the biggest reaction from the fans.

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