WWE announces Slammy Award winners from WWE.com exclusive list

Before tonight's (Dec. 17, 2012) official Slammy Awards take place on Monday Night Raw, WWE has announced the winners of its exclusive online list of categories.

The 2012 edition of the Slammy Awards take place tonight (Dec. 17, 2012) at Monday Night Raw in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but WWE.com already crowned a few winners in a series of categories voted on exclusively online.

They are:

Upset of the Year: Daniel Bryan def. Mark Henry and Big Show at Royal Rumble
Diva of the Year: AJ Lee
WWE.com Exclusive Video of the Year: Jerry Lawler interview after heart attack
Crowd Chant of the Year: Feed Me More
Betrayal of the Year: Big Show knocks out John Cena at Over the Limit
Facial Hair of the Year: Daniel Bryan
Insult of the Year: John Cena to Dolph Ziggler and Vickie Guerrero -- "You're the exact opposite. One enjoys eating a lot of nuts and the other is still trying to find his."
Tweet of the Year: "Goat face is a horrible insult. My face is practically perfect in every way. In fact, from now on I demand to be called Beautiful Bryan." -- Daniel Bryan
Top Social Media Ambassador: Charlie Sheen
Best Dancer of the Year: Brodus Clay
Feat of Strength of the Year: Sheamus hits White Noise on Big Show
YouTube Show of the Year: Z! True Long Island Story

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