FOX Sports WWE Analyst
The results are in!
To close in 2022, @WWEonFOX asked fans to choose in categories such as Male and Female Superstar of the Year, Match of the Year and more.
Since you all came out in droves, we put together a great show with the winners:
However, if you’d rather read the results, we’ve got you covered too.
Male Superstar of the Year: Roman Reigns
Was there any doubt?
Not only has Roman held the WWE Universal Championship for over 800 days, he also captured the WWE Title this year to unify both belts.
Since doing this, he has continued his dominance over the entire roster and also won a WarGames match with The Bloodline.
Female Superstar of the Year: Bianca Belair
“The EST of WWE” has had an incredible 2022.
She won the Raw Women’s Championship from Becky Lynch at WrestleMania and has since held the title for 264 days.
Bianca also had an extraordinary program with Bayley that saw them wrestle a Ladder match, a Last Woman Standing and a WarGames (with their respective teams), each of which brought down the house.
Oh, and in her spare time, she also won a WBFF fitness competition.
Bianca is in a league of her own.
Team of the Year: The Usos
Jimmy and Jey Uso’s stay on Relevancy Island helped them have a career-defining year alongside Roman Reigns.
This year, they broke the record for the longest Tag Team Title reign in WWE history, a record held by the New Day, after holding the belts for over 484 days. They have also regularly defended their titles and appear on both brands more than most Superstars.
This was a people’s choice for Ucey.
Workhorse of the Year: Seth Rollins
You only had to look at the matches Rollins has had this year to know he was the obvious choice.
His year began at the Royal Rumble in a winning effort against Roman Reigns (via DQ), then moved on to a storyline with Cody Rhodes that saw him compete in three more critically acclaimed matches.
There was also a Fight Pit match and their recent United States Championship battles.
Also, this is not the only award he has won this year.
The Most Stylish Superstar: Seth Rollins
Who else here but “The Drip God”.
No other Superstar has put together the consistent set of fashion looks that this man has given us this year.
There’s been mesh glitter and giant fluffy coats. She even sported the blonde streak for all her OG fans!
When it comes to style, Rollins is untouchable.
“Out of Character” Guest of the Year: Liv Morgan
I’m biased when it comes to this category, so in this writer’s eyes, all the guests on “Out of Character” were the best.
This was a year where the show also featured Undertaker, Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and more.
However, Liv Morgan undeniably had a career-defining year after winning Money in the Bank and cashing it in the same night to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship from Ronda Rousey.
Then her show with Ronda showed the world that she is the real deal.
Also, his episode “Out of Character” talked about all of this.
Best Social Media Presence: Sami Zayn
“L’Uce d’Honor” had to make the list this year!
Sami has been social media fun these past few months in his bid to be a part of The Bloodline.
He also used social media to make his WrestleMania feud with “Jackass” star Johnny Knoxville even better, and if you look at his Instagram responses, Knoxville has continued to keep their rivalry alive.
This was Sami’s year on social media.
Match of the Year: Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Rollins — Hell in a Cell
If there’s one game this year that will be remembered for decades to come, it’s this one.
The image of Cody removing his jacket to reveal the bruise from a torn pectoral muscle will be burned into people’s brains for a long time.
Rollins also played his part perfectly.
The ultimate villain, who not only taunted Cody’s father Dusty with his tag team, but also attacked the weakened shoulder as much as possible during the match.
Despite the injury, Rhodes and Seth Rollins pushed their bodies to the limit for nearly 30 minutes that night.
It was painful to watch, but somehow you couldn’t take your eyes off what was happening. When it comes to today’s Hell in a Cell matches, you can’t get any better.
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Ryan Satin is a WWE analyst for FOX Sports. Satin previously appeared on FS1’s “WWE Backstage” and founded the Pro Wrestling Sheet, where he published countless news stories as editor-in-chief.
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