Welcome cats and kittens to the third annual Cewsh Reviews End of Year Awards. Quite a bit has happened to Cewsh Reviews in the past year, from getting on the Rajah mainpage to finding a dollar on the sidewalk that we bought a Snickers with and everything in between. So now we’ll take this time to look back on the year that was, now that we’re a few weeks safely removed from it. So what sets our end of year awards apart from the ones you were endlessly spammed with in December? Simple. SCIENCE!
Each match that we reviewed this year was compiled and averaged out to determine the score for each wrestler’s full year. We only included wrestlers who had at least 3 matches this year that we reviewed, and for the purposes of these awards we used my (meaning Cewsh’s) ratings. For reference, anyone recieving a cumulative average score of 60 – 69 is considered to have passed in terms of having been part of enjoyable matches in the past year. An average of 70 – 79 means that your matches were consistently good, if not particularly special, and a score of 80 – 89 means you had really good to great matches so consistently that your entire year qualifies for a Download Seal of Approval. Should anyone crest the diamond mountains of the 90 – 100 range, it should probably go without saying that they are some kind of goddamn sorcerer.
Beth Phoenix (WWE) – 73.8 out of 100.
Favorite Male Wrestler of the Year:
Brother Devon (TNA)
Madison Eagles (SHIMMER)
Show of the Year:
Jeff Hardy (TNA) – Corporate Chaos.
Most Surprising Wrestler of the Year:
Toru Yano (New Japan) – 75.66 out of 100.
Rookie of the Year:
Crimson (TNA) – 69.33 out of 100.
TNA Victory Road – Jeff Hardy vs. Sting – 0 out of 100.
Worst Male Wrestler of the Year:
Jeff Hardy (TNA) – 54.4 out of 100.
Least Favorite Male Wrestler of the Year:
Kofi Kingston (WWE)
Worst Female Wrestler of the Year:
Mickie James (TNA) – 49.71 out of 100.
Least Favorite Female Wrestler of the Year:
Mickie James (TNA)
Worst Mic Skills of the Year:
Matt Morgan (TNA)
Michael Cole vs. Jerry Lawler (WWE)
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Alright, that’ll do it for us and for 2011, boys and girls. We hope you enjoyed the year and our awards, and now both can be filed under “Irrelevant” until nostalgia makes them cool again ten years from now. So let’s look on towards the bright lights and brighter future of 2012, and bask in the warm glow of a year that hasn’t had time to suck yet. Happy trails, kids.