The Slammys Are Back: WWE Announces the Return of the Classic Slammy Awards Ceremony

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By Blesson Daniel | Mar 23, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Get ready, WWE fans, because the Slammy Award are making a comeback! WWE has officially announced the revival of the beloved awards ceremony, complete with a fan voting system to determine this year’s winners.

The highly anticipated event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 7, and will be broadcasted live on WWE’s official platforms, including YouTube, X, Facebook, Twitch, and TikTok. Excitingly, fans attending WWE WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will have the opportunity to experience the Slammys live as part of the WWE World interactive experience.

Leading the festivities as hosts will be none other than The New Day’s Big E, accompanied by the talented Cathy Kelley. The ceremony promises to feature appearances from various WWE superstars, adding an extra layer of excitement to the proceedings. Fans can expect voting to commence soon and will have until Wednesday, March 27, to cast their votes for their favorite nominees.

Slammy Award last happened in 2020

The Slammys last graced our screens in December 2020, where Drew McIntyre was crowned Superstar of the Year and the Boneyard Match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles snagged Match of the Year honors. Originating in 1986, the Slammys have a rich history within WWE, with past winners including legendary names like Junkyard Dog, Diesel (Kevin Nash), Beth Phoenix, John Cena, CM Punk, and Owen Hart.

But that’s not all! Alongside The Slammys, WWE World is gearing up for an action-packed lineup, featuring a “WWE 2K24” tournament, engaging roundtable discussions with WWE performers, live podcast recordings, and much more. Tickets for WWE World are still available, with prices ranging from $30 to $300. The event is scheduled to run from Thursday, April 4, to Monday, April 8, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

As anticipation mounts and excitement builds, WWE fans everywhere are eagerly counting down the days until the return of the Slammys, ready to celebrate their favorite superstars and moments from the past year in sports entertainment.

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