Like I said, I understand you like Hart, but then explain to me why these are fictitious matches? Moot can mean "of little to no practical value." That definition seems to work here. Your vote, as in the act of you picking Bret Hart, as opposed to the tallymark counted for Bret Hart, has little to no practical value since you didn't take any time to learn about Kobashi as a wrestler. First off, this isn't a grammar tournament. If it is, the semicolon would dominate all. Anyway, as for two spaces as a period, it isn't wrong, it's just an older way of doing things. When people used typewriters, every character had the same width. Two spaces helped create a more visible sentence break. When I was a kid growing up, it was at the verge of everyone having a computer in their house, and the two-space was still the standard and that is what I was taught. Plus, they make papers that have a page count but not a word count a bit longer.