2018 was a pretty fun year. WWE asked for the fans’ vote and they delivered on the Year-End Awards. We’ve got all of WWE’s winners listed below. So have some fun cruising this list and let us know if you agree with the winners. Either way, the fans are the ones who voted. So if you have a huge issue with the results, I guess you can take it up with the rest of the WWE Universe.
Braun Strowman won best male wrestler and that’s no real surprise. He has been on a pretty big roll even with a bum elbow. 2019 might just be the year when The Monster Among Men kicks it up to another level.
Becky Lynch won best female wrestler. As The Man, she might have been able to win both male and female categories, but the best female will do.
Best tag team went to The Bar. This is no surprise. Hopefully, their 2019 will be just as productive for Sheamus and Cesaro.
Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar won the hottest feud. Those two battled a couple of times in 2018 and Reigns eventually won the Universal Title in the process. Hopefully, he’ll be able to come back soon and if he doesn’t battle with Brock Lesnar again, Reigns will have many wars in the ring to come.

Best Match went to Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch at WWE Evolution. The first-ever Last Women Standing Match in WWE was a barnburner for sure. It’s a good thing this match attracted the fans’ attention like this to further validate WWE’s goal for WrestleMania.
Dean Ambrose won return of the year because it was exciting when he came back. Then Ambrose turned on Seth Rollins and the rest is history. At this point with WWE easing on the heat Ambrose is drawing, he’s more of a watered-down DC comic villain than anything else. Hopefully, that changes in 2019.
Best diss went to Ronda Rousey when she said to Nikki Bella: “The only door you ever knocked down was the door to John Cena’s bedroom.” That was a good one.

The most shocking moment went to Randy Orton pulling Jeff Hardy’s ear. We can’t blame the voters for that one. It was rather gross.
Funniest moment was on by Titus O’Neil when he slid into the Greatest Royal Rumble. Luckily we’re laughing about this spot now and not talking about this spot as “biggest tragedy when Titus was impaled in Jeddah Saudi Arabia” instead.
The Shield won best reunion, but it was unfortunately short-lived. Maybe they’ll get another run sooner or later, we can only hope.
Best on the mic was won by Paul Heyman. There really is none greater than Heyman. If you disagree and he’s within earshot of you it’s likely that he’ll let you know about it too.
Breakout star was won by Elias. It seems like forever since “The Drifter” Elias Samson was someone who just walked around with a guitar and seldom talked. Now he’s one of the better talkers on RAW as he’s been able to really stretch his legs as a babyface.

RAW won WWE brand of the year. This is really no surprise seeing how WWE books their television shows and the red team got swept at Survivor Series. SmackDown has had a tough year, but in reality, so has all of WWE.
Paige won General Manager of the year. This is a sad one to see considering the fact she just lost her job last week on SmackDown Live and we don’t know what will happen next to Paige. We have some ideas and they’re great…. but it’ll be hard not having her as GM of the blue brand.
Naomi won most underrated. The Glow has one of the best entrances in WWE and she always brings it to the ring. She’s reduced to getting heat on her feuds on social media and they’re so easily forgotten by management it seems. Maybe her answering Asuka’s open challenge was a good sign on SmackDown Live last week, but we’ll just have to wait and see.
Most hated went to Baron Corbin. Again, who else would you have picked? Baron Corbin has drawn a massive amount of heat on himself this year and he’s loved every second of it. Just because he is no longer an authority figure on RAW doesn’t mean his days drawing heat is over either.
So there you go. How do you agree or disagree with the winners? Let us know in the comments, or however you wish.

Felix Upton

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