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Spike's Guys Choice Awards winners: Guy of the Year, Most Manticipated Movie and more

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The seventh annual Spike TV Guys Choice Awards were both a celebration of all things manly and an irreverent wink toward the silliness of such a singular celebration. The trophy is a “Mantler,” there’s an award for Most Dangerous Man, and prizes are handed out to fictional characters as readily as they are to real people. What other awards show would honor daredevil Felix Baumgartner in the same breath as The Walking Dead‘s Dixon brothers? They know their audience.

Taped in Los Angeles on Saturday night, the Guys Choice Awards aired Wednesday night on Spike TV, where Clint Eastwood presented Ben Affleck with the Guy of the Year award, and Burt Reynolds and Mark Wahlberg re-enacted a scene from Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 cult classic Boogie Nights.

Click past the jump for a list of all the winners and a clip of Seth MacFarlane and Wahlberg singing “Thunder Buddies” while accepting the Mantler for Ted.

Guy of the Year: Ben Affleck

Mankind Award: Felix Baumgartner

The Original Dude: Jeff Bridges

Troops Choice Entertainer of the Year: Vin Diesel

Virtuoso: Jamie Foxx

Standup of the Year: Kevin Hart

Funniest M.F.: Jimmy Kimmel

Rookie of the Year: Andrew Luck

Guy Movie of the Year: Ted

Most Manticipated Movie: Man of Steel

Alpha Male: Burt Reynolds

Guycon: Vince Vaughn

Hot and Funny: Kaley Cuoco

Our New Girlfriend: Chrissy Teigen

Jean-Claude Gahd Dam: Danai Gurira

Outstanding Literary Achievement: The Dude and the Zen Master by Jeff Bridges

Brotherly Love: Dixon Brothers (Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker)

Best Lincoln: Abraham Lincoln (Daniel Day-Lewis)

Most Dangerous Man: Walter White (Bryan Cranston)

Hottest Al(l)ison: Alison Brie

Woman of the Year: Jennifer Lawrence

Holy Grail of Hot: Emilia Clarke

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