These polls are so fixed. Unless the 66 percent (or whatever it was) that support Mr. America represent 2 out of 3 people voting, there's just no way.... Also, you kind of wonder why they're asking that. Will the worst of the bunch be pulled? And if that happens, I hope its not just so we can see the debut of wwerikishi.com or some crap.
WWE fixes all their polls. The winner is whatever the WWE wants to win. That's why, when WWE asks 'Who should be the next WWE Champion', Big Show, Albert, Nathan Jones, and Kevin Nash will always get higher votes than Chris Jericho, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, and Chris Benoit.
Remember when WWF treated RVD like the main-event star he is?
This isn't one that's worth fixing. This poll is a more effective way to say, "Hey, WWE fans! Did you know that all these guys have their very own web sites on WWE.com?? Check 'em out!" (Who says I can't do marketing??)
I predict that we will soon have a poll to the effect of "Which WWE.com columnist is your favo(u)rite?" Just because they've restructured the "Commentaries" (wwe.com) page, using wrestlers instead of the staff writers that were there.
Just because you dont like the results doesn't mean its fixed you know. I've been bored enough to click on them a few times in the past and the votes always register correctly.
They're almost entirely unreliable as a form of marketing research simply because people can sit down and vote as many times for as many options as they like, but there would be precious little to gain by 'fixing' them.
For what its worth I'm with dMp on this one. The Hogan site is not only devoted to the most over wrestler on eiter roster, its also pretty funny, hence the love.
well looks like RAW went up a notch against tough competition in the February Sweeps. Hopefully the March episodes rise more. The Rock & Foley returns next week should boost a little. FULL WWE RATINGS REPORT by Dave Scherer @ 9:35: