Simple, it's what the title suggest. In the two Wrestlezone tournaments thus far, no number one seed has won the entire tournament. In fact, only one number one seed has made the finals, and in the first two years, only one number one seed has made the final four in each year. With that being said, if only one has made it on average, that means the #1 seeds fall early and often. For the most part, the #1 Seeds have been decimated in the gimmick rounds. This year, we have Bret Hart, Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and Randy Savage as Number One seeds. Out of those four, which is the most likely to make it the furthest in this tournament. My Opinion: I think all four make it to the gimmick rounds with ease, ut the gimmick matches are killer. Bret Hart has a helluva challenge if the brackets hold up against someone like a Kurt Angle, or hell, even a Randy Orton. If Orton manages to win at Wrestlemania 25, he is going to ride a wave of smark love well into this thing. I also think Kurt Angle takes Bret Hart down, no ifs and or buts. Hulk Hogan has been eliminated each year in the gimmick rounds. Hogan lost in year one to AJ Styles in a ladder match, and lost to Triple H in the Triple Cage match. I see no problem with Hogan getting past round 4, because guys like the Bulldog or Mysterio simply don't over match Hogan in any type of gimmick match. Round 5 becomes interesting if Hogan has to face someone like Goldberg, Cena or Benoit. Randy Savage made it to the finals last year. I think he could make another good run at it, except for one thing, and one thing only a guy named Rob Van Dam. Rob Van Dam has done damn well, and has been in the TNA Region for the last two years. He has made it to 5th round of the tournament each year, while Savage faced an early defeat in year one to Mick Foley. I think Savage could do well, but I think RVD can take him out as well. Steve Austin: He's gotta tough draw with the likes of Edge, Vader and Michaels in his region, but I think Steve Austin is the #1 Seed that can break that glass ceiling. Yes, HBK-Aholic is going to push Michaels, Will will push Edge, IC will push Vader, but essentially the guy that is going in the Hall of Fame is going to have the most love in this tournament. Steve Austin is nearly universally loved, and he's in a region that is picture perfect for his brawling style. Steve Austin couldn't have asked for a better region then the ECW Region.