WWE Year-End Award
The WWE Year-End Awards is a concept used by WWE, where awards, similar to the Academy and Grammy Awards, are given to professional wrestlers at the end of the year who have performed on Raw and SmackDown. Introduced in 2018, there have been two editions of the concept. In the first edition, the winners were voted by fans, while for the second, WWE picked the winner themselves. Previously, wrestlers from Raw and SmackDown had been rewarded Slammy Awards between 1986 and 2015.
|WWE Year-End Awards|
|First awarded||December 23, 2018|
Winners and nomineesEdit
The 2019 WWE Year-End Awards were announced on December 24, 2019, on WWE Backstage, with Renee Young, Booker T, Christian, Maria Menounos and Ember Moon as the hosts. This time, WWE picked the winners themselves. The reveals also featured nominees, although no previous announcements had been made about who was in contention for the awards.
Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface.
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