Now though some may think that this award means something else, but this has to do with who among active wrestlers is the face of their respective company. Fact is every company has their top guy or the leader of their respective company and now this award is when we find who that person. This my friends is our last award for the Year end awards and once this is out of the way we can move forward with announcing the winners for all of the awards.
Those who are up for the award are:
Every company that has yearly awards has there own version of this award and I have the shocking moment of the year award. This award is to go to the competitor who was responsible of delivering the Shocking moment of the year. Now 2015 was full of moments, but not all of them made it to the voting round and now is when the votes count. Let's now get to the contestant and determine who gave us the Moment of the Year for 2015:
Every year we have matches that steal the show and that make the crowd want more. It didn't matter if the match defied expectations or even raised the bar for the future they are still matches we talk about to this day. Now it's time to look at those that raised the bar and deified expectations now it's time to look at those matches:
There are some moments that we rememeber and then their are entire feuds from a year that we remember like Austin vs Bret Hart from 1996 or Mankind vs Undertaker from 1998 or Angle vs Joe from 2007. The list goes on and on, but this is for those feuds that we may never forget from 2015:
Everyone who's anyone says that the ability for talent to portray heels is impossible in modern times, but these men went above and beyond that criticism of modern pro-wrestling be become the best heels in their respective companies. With the process of being a heel becoming all the more tough as time goes on who will be able to pull off being the most hated talent in certain companies this year. However, now we look at the nominations for this years awards:
The series continues with Part 3 of this comparison post as I draw on the knowledge of Islander fans and relate it back to pro-wrestling. Now we move forward to our next question:
Who is the most Underrated Islander?
Scott: Josh Bailey or Andres Lee
Robbie: Underrated would be Frans Nielsen. Often people overlook him, but to have a responsible 2 way forward who can score is such value to a team. Plays on both special teams, he just does everything.
Ryan: Casey Cizikas
Right now in the WWE I do believe one could make a list of underrated talent on the roster, but I think in terms of crowd reaction and overall match quality. The most underrated wrestler in WWE has got to be Cesaro. I realize that they have a push in mind for him, but who knows what the push entails and if Cesaro will still get the much deserved push when he returns from his shoulder injury. Since the injury to Tyson Kidd put his partner on the sidelines many thought Cesaro would be just hung out to dry, but from the time Kidd went down to the time he did nobody put in more consistently good matches on a weekly basis then Cesaro. To say that Cesaro never held a singles title during 2015 is a shame as I think he would have helped a title as much as or even more then some of the talent who did hold the title during the year.