End Of Year Awards 2021: Top 10 Promotions

There has never been a better time to be a pro-wrestling fan, for no other reason than the number of different promotions that are on offer means that there’s something for everyone. Do you like big sweaty men? Then the WWE has you covered. Want wrestling rather than Sports Entertainment? Then go watch AEW. Want to see the best the independent scene has to offer? Head on over to GCW. Fancy some Death Match Wrestling? Then CZW or ICW: No Holds Barred will have you covered. And that’s just five. Five out of seemingly endless promotions that have helped to make the wrestling world a much vaster experience for the fan on the go and in the know.

Back in the bad old days, there were just three. But now, there are so many wrestling promotions on offer that we are – at times – spoiled for choice. With so many promotions on offer – and so many varied ways to watch them – you can spend your morning catching up on the mainstream promotions, your afternoon watching the big independent promotions, and your evening in the company of Midget Wrestling from Mexico, and you still wouldn’t have enough hours in the day to sit through everything you really wanted to. And you can trust me on that, I’ve tried.

Here at SPOBS Towers, we’ve been bringing you our end-of-the-year awards for 2021 all week, and now it’s time for us to turn our attention to the Top 10 Promotions over the past 12 months. So who made the cut? Which promotions are deemed worth enough by our crack cabal of wrestling insiders to find their way onto our illustrious inaugural list? And why do these sodding articles have to be 300 words long as a minimum? Read on to find out.

  1. AEW
  2. GCW 
  3. NJPW
  4. ROH
  5. Impact
  6. WWE
  8. Championship Wrestling From Memphis
  9. MLW
  10. NOAH

Written by Neil Gray

SPOBS very own Mouth Of The South (West).

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