2013 Slammy Awards // My Predictions


*These are my predictions (Probably won’t get many right)

“What a Maneuver” of the Year: Antonio Cesaro’s Cesaro Swing

Faction of the Year: The Shield (Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins)

“You Still Got It” (Best Superstar return) of the Year: Goldust

Couple of the Year: Triple H and Stephanie McMahon

Tag Team of the Year: The Usos

Feat of Strength of the Year: Antonio Cesaro swings the Great Khali

“Say What” Quote of the Year: Brock Lesnar “Paul, say somethin’ stupid”

Best Dance Moves of the Year: Fandango

Favorite Web Show of the Year: JBL and Cole Show

Best Crowd of the Year: Raw after Wrestlemania 29

Catchphrase of the Year: Yes!Yes!Yes! (Daniel Bryan)

Trending Now (Hashtag) of the Year: The Shield: #BelieveInTheShield

Beard of the Year: Daniel Bryan

This is Awesome! Moment of the Year: Dolph Ziggler cashing in his MITB contract

Breakout Star of the Year: The Shield (Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins)

Superstar of the Year: Daniel Bryan

Extreme Moment of the Year: John Cena putting Ryback through an Ambulance

Insult of the Year: Zeb Colter’s Insults

Double-Cross of the Year: Mark Henry ( Fake Retirement)

Diva of the Year: AJ Lee

LOL! Moment of the Year: Titus O’Neil vomiting

Match of the Year: Undertaker vs CM Punk Wrestlemania 29

Fan Participation of the Year: Yes!Yes!Yes! (Daniel Bryan)


About Me

A new start for me, this does seem a fitting place to start, right? Anyway, I’m Alex Hunter (Hence the title of this blog) and I’m 17 years old. I’ve always had a passion for wrestling, cliche I know, but believe me when I say that It’s always been a part of my life. I’ve never watched anything that has got me so hooked and engaged.

I first started watching WWE way back in 2006 when my friend mentioned it to me, we used to stay up late watching Monday Night Raw & Friday Night Smackdown. It really was an incredible experience, we’d never stop talking about it!

PPVs (Pay-Per-Views) were a huge part of my life, I’d love pestering my parents to buy the PPV packages on TV, just so I could watch them. Trust me, I missed out on a lot of them. But I did get to watch my fair share.


No Way Out 2006 Poster

Now, In 2013, where social media has developed a lot more I seem to be watching/reading about professional wrestling a lot more than I did back in 2006. I’ve even started writing about what goes on in the world of professional wrestling (Crazy I know). Let’s just say my only passion in this world, apart from food, is professional wrestling.