Any great wrestling pay-per-view is the result of great contests involving talented individuals who work together to craft the best matches possible.
On Sunday night, World Wrestling Entertainment presented a rather mediocre and lackluster Battleground show that featured some solid wrestling but only one match that stood out as anything remotely close to pay-per-view quality.
Despite the disappointing nature of the event as a whole and noticeable lack of chemistry among stars involved in some of the night's top bouts, there were some very strong individual performances that deserve recognition.
Whether it was Roman Reigns continuing to show why he has become the breakout star of 2014 or The Usos stating their case for MVPs of WWE, several stars proved their worth to the company and their dedication to the craft.
In honor of another huge WWE Network presentation, relive the best and worst performances of Battleground with report cards for every Superstar* involved in Sunday night's huge extravaganza.
*Except for the Intercontinental Championship Battle Royal