There seems to be a lot of hype going into this tournament for one Bobby Lashley, who is set to compete in the ECW region. It's my job to caution people away from voting for a criminally overrated flash-in-the-pan. Lashley spent 27 months on the active WWE Roster. That's all. Two and one quarter years. There are guys in this tournament who have been at it for 27 years not getting the love Lashley is getting. Now don't misread me - the guy is an amazing athlete. He's a physical specimen if ever there has been one. But let's also remember than this guy, aside from being a sinkhole from which no charisma could escape, just couldn't hack it in the business. So he quit. As an amateur, Lashley was a force to be reckoned with. So were many other men, who then turned their attention to their professional wrestling careers and stuck it out for years. Kurt Angle, Bam Bam Bigelow, etc. Lashley's only claim to fame was his somersault into a rigged steel cage wall onto Umaga. Only cool thing he's ever done, and though visually impressive, it was little more than a live stunt. When the time came for the Wrestlemania match between Lashley and Umaga, two things became perfectly clear - 1) Umaga was carrying the match in the ring, and 2) the only heat for the match was due to McMahon and Trump. Otherwise it was two guys people didn't give a damn about. He was a walking injury - most likely the result of a few years of steroid use - and made nobody look good in the ring. Lashley is part of the reason for the decline of the ECW Title. The man is a no-draw. And to say "well, he's a former ECW Champion, and he's in the ECW Region, so..." is utter crap. The guy hasn't wrestled in an appreciable hardcore environment in his life. And who did he beat for the ECW Title? Vince McMahon. Even the golden touch of Vinnie Mac couldn't get Lashley over. So just because Bobby Lashey is a big guy who could bodyslam heavy guys, that doesn't mean he'd ever come REMOTELY CLOSE to defeating Andre the Giant, Big Van Vader, Yokozuna, Bam Bam Bigelow, or any other experienced Superheavyweight in their prime. He'd hit one or two power moves, and then experience would take over and he'd either a) get dismantled, b) get injured, or c) decide he wanted to quit. Don't vote for an overrated one-trick pony quitter.