2013 Awards: Best Non-Wrestler

I’m not going to waste your time here.Paul Heyman wins and he wins by a lot.  There really isn’t much to explain here, but there are two others I want to spotlight for a bit.

Zeb Colter has been responsible for making Jack Swagger something resembling interesting again.  That’s nothing short of a divine act.

Then there’s someone who goes higher and higher every time I watch a show: Renee Young.  This girl has everything you could want from someone in her job.  First and foremost, she’s incredibly cute.  Usually the first thought about a Diva is that she’s gorgeous or sexy etc, but Young is more reserved, wearing blouses or full outfits which is a very nice change of pace.  She has a very cute look to her face as well and it works very well for her.

Second, and this is something you get if you watch NXT, she’s very intelligent and witty on commentary.  Above all else though, she comes off as natural.  She sounds like someone watching a match and giving some intelligent thoughts on what she’s seeing instead of reading from a script or reciting lines fed into her earpiece.  It’s very different and works really well.  I could easily see her being a big media personality on a major network or an NFL reporter etc.

BUt yeah, Heyman wins.


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  1. SamualDude says:

    I hope to see more of Renee Young next year. She is unique and you can tell she absolutely loves to be a part of the WWE.

  2. Reid says:

    I have Verizon so I have WWE OnDemand. Renee hosts the old episodes of Raw and she really seems like she enjoys the product and has a lot of energy. Huge breath of fresh air compared to when Michael Cole hosted.

  3. Killjoy says:

    Renee reminds me of Lauren from TNA.

  4. CCTV says:

    No mention of Ricardo Rodriguez?

    klunderbunker Reply:

    He didn’t really do much in the second half of the year.