Josh Alexander Wins IMPACT's Wrestler Of The Year Award

IMPACT has handed out another one of their year-end awards.

On December 30, IMPACT closed out 2021 with the second half of their year-end awards presentation. Last week, IMPACT crowned its Tag Team of the Year, Knockout of the Year, and Knockouts Match of the year. Additional information, including the winners and nominees, can be seen at the corresponding links.

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Tonight, the final three awards were handed out, with the second one being for Men's Wrestler of the Year. The nominees were Kenny Omega, Christian Cage, Moose, Josh Alexander, and Rich Swann. The winner was then revealed to be Josh Alexander.

Alexander won the X Division Championship in April and held it until September when he relinquished it to exercise Option C and challenge for the World Championship. During his five-month reign, Alexander had a number of memorable title defenses including an hour-long Iron Man Match victory over TJP. The Walking Weapon would pin Christian Cage to win the World Title but lost it that same night to Moose who cashed in his Call Your Shot contract.

Alexander is set to face JONAH on January 8 at IMPACT Hard To Kill.

Earlier in the evening, Rachael Ellering and Jordynne Grace were named Knockouts Tag Team of the Year. Click here to learn more.

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