Wrestling Wonders presents the 2013 Year End Awards celebrating the greatest, wacky and rightfully earned achievements from the previous year of 2013. Respected for their craft, talents, hotness and damn right shrewd behaviour wrestling finest are rewarded. Below are the nominees and the winners. To be nominated is the hugest of honour alone, let alone to bag a trophy. Congrats to all those who made 2013 an interesting year for fans and the critics.
The biggest feud was clearly Daniel Bryan's struggle to be accepted by WWE's upper headquarters' suits as a legitimate champion for their company. The struggle was strong, engaging, captured fans attention like no other and had numerous twists. Both sides had enough to work with to string the contest out further.
Double champion and new NWA stronghold Rob Conway shone like no other in his return to the business. Still in good shape, and holding up strong support structures for the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) Conway proved he still had strong levels of competition and was rightfully rewarded as champion. Representing the NWA wholesomely, Conway is still very much in the game.
There was only one who took the crown on this one. A law to herself, Dixie Carter proved to be the most inconsistent, clueless and ridiculous owner come business body in pro wrestling. A woman with no real knowledge of the industry, with lucky investments from her family decided to pull away from the resident television filming studio to go on the road and copy WWE. Doing this was the first catastrophe on offer. Releasing bundles of talented stars to save money instead of the leeches who took twice as much and contributed nothing, whilst keeping bad PR stars and wasteful talent who cannot perform, Carter continued. Making a pig's ear of the company, Dix was finally exposed to the audience as the most hapless female, let alone wrestling owner on the planet. She even denied a leaked set of information to sell the company. Furthermore, Carter and her TNA executive doubling up as markish fans, actually believe they are doing an excellent job at running TNA. Fans have given up on the embarrassment, which has been struggling to fill seats in arenas. The old studio for filming is no longer available for bookings. There is no going back for TNA, who also host special PPV's to secure low paid talent as a cheap measure to fill a card.
Jim Ross publicly denied he had been fired from WWE. With his own, hugely ignorant ego on show, Ross was even quizzed by a reporter where he was caught out and flummoxed his words. Backtracking, Ross held another level of trying to protect his own image above all else and even pandered to the fans to try to maintain profile. What a Hoeski.
Dean Ambrose, Antonio Cesaro, Fandango, CM Punk, Randy Orton
Joined at the hip, the other unique category notices and respects the best butt in the business. Still, there weren't too many takers for this, but WWE sure did deliver a few contenders. As with the above category, Randy Orton gave both on offer in one showing. Though Rand scooped the biggest win when Goldust gave him a little gusty draft down below. Some fans where more than happy.