Here is the voting area for the "Best of 2004"
Polls will open on November 7, 2004 following FyF Now or Never and will close on the third anniversary of the Front Yard Federation, May 22, 2005.
Vote all you like, but polls will not officially open until Now or Never is completed. All votes taken prior to this time will not count and hereby be deleted once official voting begins.
|FyF Wrestler of the Year
Everybody has their
favorite, but who was the one to stand out the most during 2004? Who
contributed more to the FyF than any other? Could it be a repeat from
past winners Soldja or Brian Henderson? What about additions from other
federations like Jeckel, Blade, "Sugar" Shane, or Willy Blaze? Or maybe
the rookie monster Pain Train was the one who tore through the
competition in 2004. Any way it goes, show your support for the top FyF
star of 2004 and.....
|FyF Rookie of the Year
Due to popular
request, the FyF will now add "Rookie of the Year" to its many
accomplishments in a given year. These are for those who started their
FyF careers in 2004, but may have wrestled elsewhere before that.
Who'll take the title of "FyF Rookie of the Year 2004?" Willy Blaze?
Pain Train? Chet McCloud? or maybe Dirty White Boy, anything's possible
and its up to you to decide!
|FyF Match of the Year
What was your favorite
match of 2004? Was it the tag team Deathmatch from Disposable Teens?
What about the Triple Threat Ladder match at Pandemonium between Jeckel,
Pain Train, and "Sugar" Shane Moore? Maybe the Domestic Disturbance
|FyF Event of the Year
Not every match has to
be a 5-star contest to make a great show, its the draw of the
matches and transition of the show that keep the crowd's attention. Did
the complete disregard for human life at Disposable Teens catch your
interest? or was it the threat that the FyF could be destroyed at
Dowfall? maybe a good ole fashioned Royal Rumble from Domestic
Disturbance is what you wanted. Take your pick and....
|Most Shocking Moment of 2004
2004 was full of surprises and the FyF had plenty of them! Remember when
Jeckel gave up wrestling and left Octane in a 2 on 1 handicap match at
Disposable Teens only to make the save and his return at the last
minute? How about seeing Brian Henderson scale the 20 foot garage and
come crashing down on Blade at Undisputed 2? Then we got the formation
of the most dominant group in FyF history, the Outlaw Wrecking Crew,
when "Sugar" Shane Moore and Pain Train set their personal grudge aside
to tear the company down piece by piece. 2004 was insane and now's your
chance to choose what one moment defined the Front Yard Federation in