WrestleCorp Yearly Awards


WrestleCorp Award Winners

Wrestler Of The Year
2010 – Kurt Angle
2011 – CM Punk
2012 – Austin Aries
2013 – Daniel Bryan
2014 – AJ Styles
2015 – Ethan Carter III
2016 – AJ Styles
2017 – Eli Drake

Most Consistent Performer
2010 – Kurt Angle
2011 – CM Punk
2012 – Tie: Austin Aries/AJ Styles
2013 – Daniel Bryan
2014 – Dean Ambrose
2015 – AJ Styles
2016 – AJ Styles
2017 – AJ Styles

Tag Team Of The Year
2010 – Motor City Machine Gun
2011 – Wrestling’s Greatest Tag Team
2012 – Bad Influence (aka The World Tag Team Champions Of The World/Daniels and Kazarian)
2013 – Cody Rhodes and Goldust
2014 – The Wolves
2015 – The New Day
2016 – The Broken Hardys
2017 – The New Day

Indy/Developmental Wrestler Of The Year
2012 – Kevin Steen (Ring Of Honor)
2013 – Cheerleader Melissa (SHIMMER)
2014 – Ricochet
2015 – Ricochet a.k.a Prince Puma
2016 – Kimber Lee
2017 – Chuck Taylor

Foreign Company Wrestler of the Year
2017 – Kenny Omega

Mic Worker Of The Year
2010 – Mr. Anderson
2011 – Bully Ray
2012 – CM Punk
2013 – Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels/Frankie Kazarian)
2014 – Bray Wyatt
2015 – Ethan Carter III
2016 – Broken Matt Hardy
2017 – Eli Drake

Best Gimmick
2017 – Rosemary

Most Improved
2013 – Cody Rhodes
2014 – Ethan Carter III
2015 – Xavier Woods/ Rockstar Spud
2016 – Broken Matt Hardy
2017 – Cody Rhodes

Rookie Of The Year
2010 – Wade Barrett
2011 – Jesse Sorenson
2012 – Ryback
2013 – Tie: Manik/Seth Rollins
2014 – Paige
2015 – Angelico
2016 – Finn Balor
2017 – Garza Jr.

Comeback Of The Year
2010 – Kane
2011 – Austin Aries
2012 – Ryback
2013 – Goldust
2014 – Dolph Ziggler
2015 – Matt Hardy
2016 – The Broken Hardys
2017 – Petey Williams

Lower Card Standout
2012 – Justin Gabriel
2013 – Antonio Cesaro
2014 – Cesaro
2015 – Cesaro
2016 – Eli Drake
2017 – Dezmond Xavier

Female Performer Of The Year
2010 – Nattie Neidhard
2011 – Gail Kim
2012 – Brooke Tessmacher
2013 – Cheerleader Melissa
2014 – AJ Lee
2015 – Gail Kim
2016 – Kimber Lee
2017 – Rosemary

Bust Of The Year
2010 – Jack Swagger
2011 – Sin Cara
2012 – Tensai
2013 – Ryback
2014 – Tie: Cesaro/Adam Rose
2015 – Seth Rollins
2016 – The Club
2017 – The Hardy’s

Female Feud Of The Year
2010 – Fans vs. WWE Women’s Division (joke selection)
2011 – Kelly Kelly vs. Beth Phoenix/Madison Rayne vs. Mickie James
2012 – Tara vs. Tessmacher
2013 – Taryn Terrell vs. Gail Kim
2014 – AJ Lee vs. Paige
2015 – Sasha Banks vs. Bayley/Gail Kim vs. Awesome Kong
2016 – Gail Kim vs. Maria Kanellis-Bennett
2017 – Rosemary vs. Jade

Male Feud Of The Year
2010 – Motor City Machine Guns vs. Beer Money Inc
2011 – Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Jarett
2012 – James Storm vs. Bobby Roode
2013 – Jeff Hardy vs. Bully Ray
2014 – Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins
2015 – Ethan Carter III vs. Rockstar Spud
2016 – AJ Styles vs. John Cena
2017 – Davey Richards vs. Eddie Edwards

News Story Of The Year
2010 – Bret Hart Returns To WWE
2011 – Edge Retires
2012 – TNA opens HOF with Sting as first inductee
2013 – DDP’s Transformation of Jake Roberts and Scott Hall
2014 – CM Punk quits the WWE and the reasons why
2015 – Seth Rollins Nude Photo Scandal
2016 – WWE Raids NJPW/AJ Styles Debuts
2017 – Anthem Buys TNA/IMPACT Wrestling

Match Of The Year
2010 – Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson (iMPACT Wrestling – Ladder Match)
2011 – Eddie Edwards vs. Davey Richards (Best In The World 2011)
2012 – “End Of An Era” The Undertaker vs. Triple H (WrestleMania – Hell In A Cell Match)
2013 – Taryn Terrell vs. Gail Kim (Slammiversary XI – Last Knockout Standing
2014 – Team Authority vs. Team Cena (Survivor Series 2014 – Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match)
2015 – Ethan Carter III vs. Rockstar Spud (Impact Wrestling March 13, 2015)
2016 – The Great War: Decay vs. Broken Hardys (Bound for Glory 2016 – TNA World Tag Team Titles)
2017 – The Omega vs. Okada Trilogy

Most Popular Of The Year
2012 – CM Punk
2013 – Daniel Bryan
2014 – Daniel Bryan
2015 – Ethan Cater III
2016 – Broken Hardys
2017 – The Bullet Club

Here are the past award winners of the former Other Shark Awards, LOE Wrestling Year End Awards and NOE Wrestling Live! Awards, now known as WrestleCorp.

(*Editors Note: Apparently we’re supposed to have four years of awards but I can’t find any of the data from 2009. I guess that information is lost forever.*)
(*Editors Note II: The category for “Best Body Of Work” has had a name change to “Most Consistent Performer”.
(*Editors Note III: The “Rookie of the Year” award goes to the talent that makes their debut on major television for the first time, not individuals in their actual first years as pro’s.