The second-ever Fightful Awards were held on January 31. Fightful held a subscriber-nominated and voted award show, voted on by thousands of fans.
All winners are provided physical awards upon acceptance. You can see the 2022 winners at this link.
Indie Act Of The Year: Matt Cardona & Steph De Lander
Promotion of the Year: WWE
Event of the Year: AEW All In
Booker of the Year: Triple H
Storyline of the year: MJF & Adam Cole's friendship and dissolution
Best Talent Media: HEY! EW with RJ City
Documentary/Film Category: The Iron Claw
Wrestling News Story of The Year: Brawl In/CM Punk fired from AEW
Tag Team Awards
Women's Tag Team of the Year: Chelsea Green & Piper Niven/Sonya Deville
Men's Tag Team of the Year: FTR (second time winning this award)
Tag Team Match of the Year: FTR vs. Bullet Club Gold on AEW Collision (second time for FTR winning this award)
Trios/Stable of the Year: Judgment Day
Manager of the year: Prince Nana
Men's Best on Promos: MJF (second time winning this award)
Women's Best on Promos: Toni Storm
Toni Storm accepts her Fightful Award for Women's Best On Promos. pic.twitter.com/QEjc4VGSHP— Fightful Wrestling (@Fightful) February 1, 2024
Best Individual Promo: Swerve Strickland and Hangman Page's face-to-face
Gear of the Year: Zelina Vega at WWE Backlash
Announcer of the Year: Michael Cole
Rookie of the year: Sol Ruca
Finisher of the year: Will Ospreay's Stormbreaker
Moment of the Year: CM Punk returns to WWE
Feud of the year: Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens vs. Bloodline
Men's In-Ring Wrestler of the Year: Will Ospreay
Women's In-Ring Wrestler of the Year: Athena
Men's Singles Match of the Year: Kenny Omega vs. Will Ospreay (AEW Forbidden Door)
Women's Singles Match of the Year: Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair (WWE WrestleMania 39)
Women's Overall Performer of the Year: Rhea Ripley
Men's Overall Performer of the Year: MJF
- MJF is a triple winner for the second straight year. He holds the record with six Fightful Awards
- Chelsea Green becomes the first person to win an Indie award and an award in a major company, and did it in back-to-back years.
- The indie awards (U21, best male and female indie wrestler and best indie tag team) were condensed into Best Indie Act. It's Matt Cardona's second straight year winning.
- Will Ospreay, MJF, Rhea Ripley all won three awards. Last year, Dax Harwood won five awards.
- Dax Harwood is now a five-time Fightful Award winner. FTR comprises four of those.
- Vlog of the year, Talent Podcast of the Year, and Best Physical Media were condensed into Best Talent Media. None of last year's winners are still active.
- Other back-to-back winners include Sami Zayn/The Bloodline, CM Punk, Hangman Page, AEW (event of the year).
- Last year's awards had 35 categories, compared to 28 this year. 2 roh
- AEW have won 29 Fightful Awards, WWE have won 23, NJPW has won four, ROH has won two, six were independent.
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