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PCW Year End Awards 2017: Woman of the Year Official Nominees

Poll: PCW Woman of the Year (15 member(s) have cast votes)

Who is the Woman of the Year

  1. Naomi (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  2. Peyton Royce (7 votes [46.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 46.67%

  3. Raquel Diaz (2 votes [13.33%])

    Percentage of vote: 13.33%

  4. Becky Lynch (5 votes [33.33%])

    Percentage of vote: 33.33%

  5. JoJo Offerman (1 votes [6.67%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.67%


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Nominees: Naomi, Peyton Royce, Raquel Diaz, Becky Lynch, JoJo Offerman

Holding the Women’s Championship during the first part of the year, Naomi proved that not only was she the baddest of the bad, but the top women’s athlete in all of PCW. From her battles with Kelly Kelly, to her appearance in the dreaded War Chamber, and her ability to bring out the best in her opponent, no matter who she was, Naomi made damn sure that PCW knew who she was, and what she was about. Even though she made her final in ring appearance in a losing effort against Becky Lynch at Zero Hour, there is no questioning or doubting Naomi was one of the best that PCW had to offer in 2017.

Peyton Royce started the year off with a bang becoming the innagural Empire Champion, defeating Mickie James and Asuka. She then went on to defeat Naomi in a champion versus champion match before having memorable feuds agasint Carmella and Queen of the Ring winner Emma alongside her best friend and closest ally Billie Kay. Throughout the year though there was one constant thorn in the side of Mother Nature’s favorite superstar, Becky Lynch the two fought one another on multiple different occasions for the Empire, and Knockouts Title, with their feud ending at Interactive Anarchy. Peyton ended the year off in a losing effort against Rosemary for the vacant PCW Women’s Championship, and though even she came up short there, she will surely be in the title picture again. Mother Nature was kind to Peyton this past year, and she is looking to make her proud in 2018.

Raquel Diaz is one of the most prominent Knockouts of not only the past year but the past five. Having made her triumphant return early 2017, Ms. Diaz put the entire division on notice. Upon her arrival to the Takedown brand, Raquel Diaz entered a heated feud with Women's Champion at the time, Sasha Banks. The Diaz vs. Banks feud got so intense, the FCC couldn't break these girls apart. Although Sasha delivered some deep cuts, Raquel came out a better person for finally having confronted her father's grave in what was one of the most emotional moments in PCW history. After claiming her third PCW Women's Championship, Raquel would enter a feud against Rosemary, a rather formidable foe. It was in the main event of a historic "Match of 10,000 Tacks" at Zero Hour III that Raquel would successfully defend the PCW Women's Championship. Soon after, Raquel would wrap up her PCW story with three of her closest friends and rivals. At Fallout II, Raquel compete against AJ Lee, Kaitlyn, and Paige in her retirement match. Despite not winning the highly anticipated match, Raquel had won so much more. She had won a poetic ending to one of the most acclaimed runs in PCW history - men or women - an ending that some would say could only happen in a fairytale.

Becky Lynch came into PCW with one goal in mind, to be the best women’s wrestler in PCW, and who can argue that she didn’t do just that? With matches against the likes of Kaitlyn, Paige Knight, Kelly Kelly and Naomi, you cannot say that Becky Lynch brought something tot eh PCW ring. On otp of that, her historic moment with Charlotte Flair, being the first women to main event in PCW history at International Incident, and her seemingly never ending feud with Peyton Royce, raised the bar for women in PCW, and the entirety of professional wrestling. The future may be uncertain for Becky Lynch in PCW, but we certainly can’t deny that 2017 was arguably her year.

JoJo Offerman, and for a period of time Copeland, dominated the main event scene with her partner Edge for months. An integral part in what made Edge a top star, JoJo made her presence known in Edge's defining moment by getting herself involved in the match and helping Edge to victory. Her claim to fame this year isn't just her connection with Edge. Although that was the highest profile thing she had done, JoJo earned multiple shots at the PCW Women's Championships, and participated in the Queen of the Ring Tournament. A staple in the company week in and week out this year, JoJo Offerman can be argued as the last remaining icon from the earlier days of PCW.

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