We’ve had some absolutely splendid fight cards, and some major upsets, here’s a brief run down of the best and worst of the year.
The end of year awards for WWE, featuring heel and face of the year, best and worst feud of the year, and best and worst PPV of the year!
People will always draw comparisons between WWE now and the Attitude Era. People can say whatever they like, but the actual quality of wrestlers now is far and away superior to that of the 90’s. To pick a top 10 isn’t an easy task, I managed to whittle this one down based on their overall performance. That includes the promo skills, the in ring ability, and how successful they’ve been in winning matches and titles.
WWE might have some God awful story lines, and they might feel the need to push the wrong wrestlers and bury some of it’s brightest talent, but all in all there’s been some absolutely cracking matches this year, and here are our top 10.
UFC 218 is stacked with some really fun fights from top to bottom, and some absolute pickem’ fights. I can’t remember a time in history where everyone on the main card is ranked #6 and above. We probably won’t see a more stacked card this year so make the most of it, I mean Eddie Alvarez vs Justin Gaethje has to be the most amazing fight ever made.