Hey all, I've devised a ratings & rankings system to determine who's been the best in the WWF so far. Here's the points system:
Undisputed Title per day 3 points Intercontinental Title per day 2 points Tag Team Title per day 1 point Hardcore Title per day 1 point European Title per day 1 point Cruiserweight Title per day 1 point Royal Rumble winner 20 point bonus King of the Ring winner 20 point bonus PPV Main Event 10 point bonus RAW/Smackdown Main Event 5 point bonus
You get awarded points for each day of a title reign (so the stupid 15 second Hardcore reigns are eliminated), and the titles are ranked by subjective importance. The Royal Rumble and King of the Ring winners get 20 point bonuses, while if you main event a show [10 points for a PPV, 5 for RAW or Smackdown], you get points. Remember, the main event is the LAST NON-BATTLE ROYAL MATCH. There, I'm covered. Now, check out the rankings and give me your thoughts on how to perfect the system!
LAST UPDATED: August 21st Chris Jericho 343 The Undertaker 325 Triple H 250 The Rock [Undisputed Champion] 203 William Regal 200 Rob Van Dam 173 Hulk Hogan 145 Chuck Palumbo 117 Billy Gunn 117 Tajiri 115 Kurt Angle 110 Eddie Guerrero 95 Edge 84 Spike Dudley 81 Christian [Tag Team Champion] 75 Bradshaw 71 Steve Austin 70 Chris Benoit [IC Champion] 66 Diamond Dallas Page 49 Tazz 48 Bubba Ray Dudley 45 The Hurricane 40 Lance Storm [Tag Team Champion] 41 Maven 40 Scott Hall 35 Brock Lesnar 35 Steven Richards 34 Booker T 30 Ric Flair 30 Jamie Noble [Cruiserweight Champ] 28 Goldust 23 Tommy Dreamer [Hardcore Champ] 23 Rikishi 21 Kevin Nash 20 X-Pac 20 Billy Kidman 19 Jeff Hardy 18 Rico 16 The Big Show 15 D-Von Dudley 12 Vince McMahon 10 Kane 10 Raven 6 Faarooq 5 John Cena 5 Mark Henry 5 David Flair 5 Test 5 Stephanie McMahon 5 Mr. Perfect 5 Al Snow 1
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So you don't get awarded for a regular victory outside of the main event? I don't like that. If you're not the champ, you're worthless in this system. Witness Jericho on top despite his recent frequent losses or Angle ranked below Tajiri or Billy and Chuck.
I would award points for winning any match, but on a progressive basis. By that I refer to "having momentum". Having a decent record by alternating wins and losses means your going nowhere. Having a decent record with a 15-match win streak should be worth a lot more because it means you got pushed. Likewise having a 15-match loss streak should be a bigger penalty because it means you got buried.
3 points for being current champ. two points per win by pin/submission/stipulation, one point per win due to opponent being dq'd or counted out or draw. have a ranking, rating (0-100 based on wins over losses, points, and ranking. like cigars or wine. Benoit would have a rating of say 95, albert maybe 50) and total points per year.
"My parents said I could be anything, so I became an ASSHOLE!"
I say Screw the Rules! The best wrestler is the one who entertaines the most people...
If youre a champ it does not mean automaticly that youre a good or the best wrestler/entertainer...
I didn't like Y2J as a champ and he won because he cheated... So no points there. You can't just count title wins. That's just ain't fair... While Y2J was champ, I still liked Austin and Angle way more than Y2J...
Entertainment value is more important then titlewins, that's my point of view...
Godammit! I've been working on a very similar ratings system for a column over the next coupla days. Freeway, hope you don't get too pissed off if/when I send it to Z. They're similar, but not identical.
Molly, Goddess Amongst Mediocrity, The Only TRUE Diva! I Worship At Your Big-Assed Altar!
The Lex Luger situation continues to interest me. I wonder if the United States title was exclusive to WCW Worldwide. LL seems to be winning or fighting for every heavyweight title except for that one.