When asked how to decide a winner in this tournament, Shocky replied with: Now, I got a little of mockery last tournament round for interpreting matches as a shoot contest. I in fact did not interpret them as a shoot contest, just a contest between how good two wrestlers were and who would beat who based on their style, history and accomplishments mixed in with a little common sense. Personally, I'm not a huge fan on the "who you think was better" part, sort of vague, but I guess it kinda ties in and then there's the fact that it's Shocky who does all the hard work and not me. Then there's my personal advice: Do NOT decide on a vote because you're not aware of one team. We've had one case of this already. I'd personally recommend, just to make the tournament fairer, you skim through teams' Wikipedia articles and watch about three or preferably more matches of theirs. YouTube is your friend. Famously, I wasn't incredibly familiar with Kenta Kobashi. I headed to YT, assured that I'd find a treasure trove of classics. I picked five matches from various points in his long career, then an MV just to give me a bit of a summary. I returned, further educated, only to confess that I just didn't get the big deal. In another case, I looked up some Dean Malenko matches after the man came up against my pick of the tournament, Kurt Angle. I'd largely ignored his matches so far, stopping only to read comments from the more aware. Having been largely protected from WCW I hadn't seen really any of Malenko's prominent matches, and I barely remembered his run in the WWF - even Perry Saturn and his mop seemed a more remarkable "Radical". What I discovered made me damn near denounce Angle (I actually did at one point) and add Malenko to my all-time personal favourites - number seven, I believe. If it had been anybody but Angle facing him in that match (an Ultimate Submission match, if I remember correctly) I would have damn well put them over. The results were criminal, Angle getting past Malenko relatively easily. Angle was then knocked out by RVD in the following round in an even bigger theft. I think that's really it. You'll end up a bigger and better wrestling fan in the end as a reward for your effort. I thought I had something else to say. If I do, I'll just add it on here. Feel free to add your thoughts.