World Wrestling Bracketainment: Best WWE Champion in history, play-in for No. 32 seed

Well folks, it’s that time of year. No, not when we eat fish every Friday because they’re the only animals on Noah’s Ark who don’t have any feelings. It’s bracket time! If it wasn’t for March Madness, we sports fans wouldn’t have anything to do at all.

So let’s drag this bracket concept kicking and screaming into professional wrestling! We’re looking to determine the best WWE Champion in history, and we want to do so with your help. We’ve seeded 31 of the 43 WWE Champions by the length of their combined title reigns (not including World Hvt Championship reigns, as that belt has been around for a cup of coffee compared to the prestigious WWE Championship). Through a series of polls, we’ll ask you to move these champions onto the next round until we’ve crowned a winner.

To keep things interesting, we’ve decided that, rather than plop Mankind directly into the No. 32 seed position automatically, we would have a play-in game to determine who longest-reigning champion Bruno Sammartino would face in his opening around match. Vote for your favorite, based on any criteria you wish! Once No. 32 is established, we’ll rock and roll, giving you about 48 hours to vote before moving onto the next round. Happy tournamenting!

4 Responses to “World Wrestling Bracketainment: Best WWE Champion in history, play-in for No. 32 seed”

  1. Todd shuttleworth March 14, 2012 at 5:10 pm #

    no chance in hell

  2. Todd shuttleworth March 17, 2012 at 1:07 pm #

    Anything going to happen with this, also I live in circleville,ohio. Where can I watch wrestlemania in cbus? I always read your at bbw, but I can’t find a place

    • stuntgranny
      stuntgranny March 18, 2012 at 6:28 pm #

      Yes, it took longer than 48 hours, but I’ll either put the tournament up tonight or tomorrow. -E

    • stuntgranny
      stuntgranny March 19, 2012 at 3:19 pm #

      I’m going to be camped out at my place with Jeremy, his woman and possibly some friends. I haven’t tried to watch a PPV at a bar in ages. Maybe we can get some communications going for you to stop in. Get a hold of me @difrango11 or email at difrango11@hotmail.com -Kevin

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