Call up of the Year: Creed Brothers
If you’ve never seen The Creed Brothers, watch any of their NXT matches. They always put on an A+ performance. They’re the perfect combination of strength, quickness, and athleticism. They may not have beaten Judgment Day, but their time is coming. They’ll be WWE Tag-Team Champions before 2024 is over.
Honorable mention: Zoey Stark
WWE Overachievers of the Year: Katana Chance and Kayden Carter
No one beat the odds like Katana Chance and Kayden Carter. They’re smaller than most of their competition and not as experienced. However, they continued to compete and win. Their unique brand of offense won them this award.
At the beginning of 2023, they became the longest-reigning Women's NXT Tag Team champions of all time. While they didn’t have a lot of success on the main roster, they continued to get fans pumped and ended the year winning their first main roster tag team titles.
Honorable mention: Chelsea Green
WWE Tag Team of the Year: Judgment Day (Finn Balor and Damian Priest)
Finn Balor and Damian Priest have beaten everyone to become two-time WWE Tag Team Champions. It didn't matter if it was through hook or crook. They came out victorious. However, being champions isn’t the only thing they’ve done. Throughout their reigns, Priest and Balor have made their opponents look great.
WWE Underrated Wrestler of the year: Shayna Baszler
Shayna Baszler was once the most dominant wrestler in NXT. She then went on to destroy everyone on the main roster in the Elimination Chamber (2020). She hasn’t tasted singles gold, but Baszler is still incredible.
You can put her in any match and Baszler will perform. It’s why she’s used when someone needs a push. Since she does so much without complaining and is loved by the fans, don’t be shocked when she wins a world title in 2024.
Honorable Mention: Dominik Mysterio