WWE Slammy Awards 2011 results extended: Online awards

via www.wwe.com

The WWE Slammy Awards were last night (Dec. 12, 2011) and if you missed it you can click here for the full breakdown of all the results. Click here for the Raw live blog, which also has the results.

What you saw on TV wasn't the end of it, though. No, WWE.com has an additional 10 Slammy Awards of their own that they handed out. Fortunately for you, we've got the list right here:

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MUPPET RESEMBLANCE
Winner: Sheamus and his long lost, red-headed cousin Beaker.

THE PEE-WEE HERMAN BOWTIE AWARD
Winner: David Otunga, for his Harvard-law-by-way-of-the-Playhouse business attire.

MOST PREDICTABLE OUTCOME OF THE YEAR
Winner: Kevin Nash's powerbomb to Santino after the trombone dance. For future reference, Big Kev's more of a smooth jazz man.

GUESS WHO'S BACK? OR: RETURN OF THE YEAR
Winner: Some guy, we're not sure exactly...The Rock? That is his name, right?

DOUBLE VISION MOMENT OF THE YEAR
Winner: Sin Cara and, er, Sin Cara, for their epic face-off on SmackDown.

T-SHIRT OF THE YEAR
Winner: CM Punk, for his instantly iconic "Best in the World" threads. Bonus Slammy points if you got the Chicago one from Money in the Bank.

WWE.COM EXCLUSIVE OF THE YEAR
Winner: John Laurinaitis "congratulates" CM Punk. It'll give you that warm, fuzzy feeling.

MOST REGRETTABLE RING ATTIRE OF THE YEAR
Winner: Michael Cole in Triple H's trunks. There are some things that cannot be unseen.

CRITTER MOMENT OF THE YEAR
Winner: The mouse that ran past Alberto Del Rio in the locker room on Raw. No, seriously. Can you see it?

SUPERSTAR TRANSFORMATION OF THE YEAR
Winner: Zack Ryder. Remember when he used to look like Edge?

How much, exactly, should we assume the person who came up with this list of awards gets paid? If it's anything more than what a teacher, let's say, gets paid (which is entirely possible and probably likely), it's the cushiest job in the history of time.

I know it's all in good fun but wouldn't it be nice to acknowledge some of these guys who are on the road for 250 days a year with an award that actually means something? Is that asking for too much?

I'm also confused as to why there wasn't a "Match of the Year" category. Then again, 10 is a nice round number and nothing on that list can be knocked off for something like "Match of the Year." I mean, we certainly need to know who wins that coveted "Double Vision Moment of the Year" award.

Because WWE wouldn't, I'm going to leave it up to you Cagesiders. What was the "Match of the Year" for 2011? CM Punk vs. John Cena at Money in the Bank in July? Triple H vs. Undertaker at WrestleMania in April? Another?

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