WWE: 5 biggest shocks of 2014 so far (1)

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It's only July, but we may have already seen the best of 2014.

With a Brock Lesnar return right around the corner and Roman Reigns set to find glory in his hunt for the title and revenge on the authority, the final five months of the year could provide as many shocks and as much excitement as the first seven.

But that is highly unlikely.

It was hard to put the biggest shocks into just five categories after the year we have seen but here goes.

5 - Paige wins the Divas Championship on her debut

A British trained Divas champion at long last, the night after WrestleMania the 21-year-old defied the odds and lifted the richest divas prize in the business after getting the better of the longest reigning divas champion in history with the Paige Turner.

Raw after WrestleMania should be a pay-per-view of it's own, it's where feuds are established, Money in the Bank briefcases are cashed in and superstars make their return, but this year Paige was the biggest shock on the night as she became the first ever NXT and WWE Divas Champion, and the youngest.

AJ then left to concentrate on her personal life for a few months before she then made her return the night after Money in the Bank and took the title back from the British Diva after a slap and a roll up.

Paige was a fighting champion for the three months she held the title defeating the likes of Alicia Fox, Naomi and Cameron and if given the opportunity again she could cement herself as one of the best in the business.

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