Since it's inception in 1979, Pro Wrestling Illustrated had posted fan voted year ed results. This year has been very interesting from the standpoint of voting for year end awards. I know who I think should win certain awards and every one else has their opinion as well. When it comes to tag teams, they show up in the running for a year-end award. Three time the match of the year involved tag teams. (1985, 2000, 2001) Twice a tag team has been in the running for the most popular wrestler of the year. (1991, 2014) A tag team needs to have a hell of a year to be considered for the award. This year has been very interesting when it comes to who's getting the biggest pop of the night. I have been watching wrestling for 28 years and I have never seen a tag team consistently get the biggest pop of the night week in and week out. Sure there have been some popular teams over the years who got great reactions. But never have I seen a team be so much more popular than any other wrestler. This year it has really happened with two teams and both should finish in the running for the most popular of the year for 2016. If you would have voted for the award at the half way point, the New Day would have won the award. But like everything else, what once was fresh is not so anymore. They still get a great reaction but it isn't what it once was. If there was any doubt as to how over Enzo and Cass are before last Monday, there shouldn't be now. How incredible was it to have the entire crowd go through the entire E&C routine? It worked for The Rock and now it's working spectacularly for Enzo and Cass. It would be different if it was just the initial routine, but they have done a great job of keeping it fresh. I'm sure people are going to disagree and they are not a fan. But if you really look at it objectively, there really is no other choice. I'll be honest, I have a feeling Dean Ambrose is going to win the award, but he certainly doesn't deserve it. Enzo and Cass are red hot and is showing no sign of cooling off. I hope at most point they win the tag team championship, but they don't need it. They have found a winning formula.