List of Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards - Current awards - 'Category B' awards

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 'Category B' awards United States/Canada MVP United States/Canada MVP Japanese MVP Japanese MVP Mexico MVP Mexico MVP Europe MVP Europe MVP Non Heavyweight MVP Non Heavyweight MVP Women's Wrestling MVP Women's Wrestling MVP Women's MMA MVP Women's MMA MVP Best Box Office Draw Best Box Office Draw Feud of the Year Feud of the Year Most Improved Most Improved Most Charismatic Most Charismatic Bryan Danielson Award (Best Technical Wrestler) Bryan Danielson Award (Best Technical Wrestler) Bruiser Brody Memorial Award (Best Brawler) Bruiser Brody Memorial Award (Best Brawler) Best Flying Wrestler Best Flying Wrestler Most Overrated Most Overrated Most Underrated Most Underrated Rookie of the Year Rookie of the Year Best Non Wrestler Best Non Wrestler Best Television Announcer Best Television Announcer Worst Television Announcer Worst Television Announcer Best Major Wrestling Show Best Major Wrestling Show Worst Major Wrestling Show Worst Major Wrestling Show Best Wrestling Maneuver Best Wrestling Maneuver Tope con Giro Most Disgusting Promotional Tactic Most Disgusting Promotional Tactic Raw Worst Television Show Worst Television Show WWE Raw

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