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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Match of the Year

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present as well as some special guests were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true the results should prove interesting. Our final category is the big one: Match of the Year!

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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Breakout Star of the Year

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present, as well as some special guests, were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true the results should prove interesting.¬†Our penultimate category is for 2016’s Breakout star.

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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Show of the Year

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present, as well as some special guests, were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true the results should prove interesting. Our next category is Show of the Year.

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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Best Storyline or Feud

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present as well as some special guests were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true the results should prove interesting. Halfway through and it’s time for Storyline or Feud of the Year!

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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Tag Team of the Year

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present as well as some special guests were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true the results should prove interesting. Our next award is for Tag Team (or Trio) of the year!

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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Female Wrestler of the Year

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present as well as some special guests were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true the results should prove interesting. Our second category is Female Wrestler of the Year!

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PWP 2016 Year End Awards: Male Wrestler of the Year

Here at Pro Wrestling Ponderings we are proud of our efforts to represent all corners of the wrestling world in our coverage, something we will attempt to prove with our 2016 Year End Awards. A host of PWP writers past and present as well as some special guests were invited to make their picks for each category and if our mission statement holds true, the next week results should prove interesting. First up it’s Male Wrestler of the Year!

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Make Cesaro Great Again!

Fantasy Booking alert! Message received wrestle-folks; 4500 words was way too much to write about this year’s absolute snooze-fest of a G1 Climax. So I’ll keep it brief(er) this time with my simple proposal of how to make Cesaro great again. ‘But Matt! Cesaro is already pretty good!’ I faintly hear you mutter under your breath. Well, imaginary critic, pretty good and great are not the same thing at all, are they?

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The Interview Show – Revolution Pro’s Andy Quildan

PWP’s resident Brit, Matt Waters, sits down with Revolution Pro’s Andy Quildan to discuss the state of British wrestling and the role RevPro have played in its recent renaissance, bringing in huge international stars like Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kazuchika Okada, Shinsuke Nakamura, Bret Hart, Kevin Owens, Finn Balor, AJ Styles, Ricochet and many more. Topics include: The use of imported stars, building British talent, the rise of Will Ospreay and Marty Scurll, RevPro’s OnDemand service and YouTube channel, the upcoming PWG Battle of Los Angeles and a number of upcoming shows…

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