The basic idea, for those of you late to the party, is that all three of us will use the same awards from the first two categories (Good and Bad), and then go off on whatever wackiness we want for the final category (The aptly named Tanooki). The complicated bits are the Best and Worst Male and Female Wrestler of the Year, Best and Worst Tag Team, and More Impressive and Most Disappointing awards, so listen up. I took the scores I gave every single match had this year, and averaged the scores of every eligible wrestler. To become eligible you must have wrestled at least 3 matches that we reviewed.
By the end of the process there were over 74 candidates for Best and Worst, and you can do the math for yourself (or wait until then end where I will list the cumulative score of every candidate). The wrestlers are ranked in order by the their average scores from the Best of the Year, to the bitter end.
Alright, everybody good? Nobody fall asleep during that? Well then let's let down the curtains, fire up the band, and get this jungle party started, motherfuckers!
WWE Wrestlemania XXVI - Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker - Streak vs. Career - 100 out of 100.
Naomichi Marufuji (Pro Wrestling NOAH)
WWE Money In The Bank 2010 - 76.42 out of 100.
Feud of the Year:
Best Gimmick of the Year:
Most Surprising Wrestler of the Year:
John Morrison (WWE) - 84.33 out of 100.
WWE Wrestlemania XXVI - Team Beth vs. Team Mickie - 11 out of 100.
Tyler Black (ROH)
Alicia Fox (WWE) - 44.75 out of 100.
Worst Feud of the Year:
Worst Gimmick of the Year:
Most Disappointing Wrestler of the Year:
Rob Van Dam (TNA) - 66.86 out of 100.
Number of Complaints When We Did An Entire TNA Review With Just Facepalms:
Number of Complaints We Got For Actually Reviewing Ring of Honor Shows:
Moment of the Year:
And cake. Fucking right we wish you cake.
P.S. Here are the complete scores for your notes:
|Rob Van Dam||66.86|