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THIS TOURNAMENT IS SUSPENDED DUE TO MY COMPUTER ACRUING ITS FIRST WELLNESS POLICY VIOLATION

I haven't been able to post a blog the last few days because I haven't had access to a computer.  The hard drive that has the next 11 entries in this series that have been written and the brackets I need to write the rest is in the shop and might not make it.  Soooo.....that's all I got, really.  It'll be somewhere between three to seven days before I even get an update.  I'll be back with information as soon as I can.

THE TOURNAMENT TO END ALL TOURNAMENTS: Bracket XIII (Matches 97-104)

Chavo Guerrero Sr. (aka Chavo Classic) VS Dick The Bruiser
Dick The Bruiser would chomp Chavo Sr., Junior, or just about anybody else in the Guerrero family save for maybe Eddie.  Mismatch, in my opinion, even if Chavo Classic is the oldest Cruiserweight champion in WWE History.




"Handsome" Jimmy Valiant VS Ryback
Ryback may be kind of a wuss this year, but he would bulldoze Jimmy Valliant in relatively quick fashion.




Primo Colon (aka one of Los Matadors) VS "Leaping" Lanny Poffo (aka The Genius)
In spite of holding a victory over Hulk Hogan in 1990 and being the brother of the Macho Man, Lanny Poffo was generally a manager or enhancement talent.  Primo wins.




Hiro Matsuda VS The Big Show
Hiro Matsuda is the guy who trained Hulk Hogan, but he wouldn't be able to handle the "Largest Athlete In The World".  Show.




Chief Wahoo McDaniel VS Earthquake
Likewise, McDaniel is a legend, but Quake is just too big an obstacle for him to surmount.




Joey Mercury VS Rasta T…

THE TOURNAMENT TO END ALL TOURNAMENTS: Bracket XII (Matches 89-96)

Jeff Jarrett VS Keith Hart
I think "The Chosen One" would be able to handle the least well-known Hart brother on the 1993 Hart Family Survivor Series team.




Ray "The Crippler" Stevens VS "Dr. D" David Schultz
Ray Stevens ain't John Stossel, and doctors have yet to find a cure for being crippled, so wave buh bye "Dr. D".




Villano V VS "The Phenomenal One" A.J. Styles
The current TNA Heavyweight Champion would find any Villano a walk in the park.




Road Dogg VS Bo Dallas
Bo Dallas might evolve into something someday, but right now he can't hold a candle to the D-O-Double G.  This would play out like a jobber match on Superstars circa 1994.



Lucky Cannon VS Bam Bam Bigelow
Sorry about YOUR damn luck, Mr. Cannon.  Bigelow SMASH!



Reno (the guy from WCW's New Blood stable or Reno Riggins.  Take your pick, because they're both losing) VS "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers
Some of the younger or less initiated fans might not know that t…

THE TOURNAMENT TO END ALL TOURNAMENTS: Bracket XI (Matches 81-88)

Tenzan VS Hunico
Tenzan is a 4-time IWGP World Champion, and Hunico is technically still a WWE employee...You do the math.  Tenzan in four.




Angelo Poffo VS The Miz
The man who sired "Macho Man" Randy Savage and "Leaping" Lanny Poffo against some dude who was on The Real World season ten?  You do the math.  Well, okay, it's not that simple.  The Miz has main evented a Wrestlemania, been WWE Champion, won several IC and Tag titles, and is actually not too bad in the ring.  If this was a figure four contest, Angelo takes it all weekend, but this is who would win in a one on one, and as controversial as the opinion is, The Miz would win in seven and a half minutes.




Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy VS Adam Bomb (aka Bryan Clarke)
Adam Bomb was an impressive specimen, and Kronik was a fun team, but Terry Gordy was an original Freebird and he was in one of the toughest teams I'd ever seen when I was a kid with "Dr. Death" Steve Williams, a combo called the …

THE TOURNAMENT TO END ALL TOURNAMENTS: Bracket X (Matches 73-80)

"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson (aka Daniel Bryan) VS S.D. Jones
Ironically, both of these guys have lost Wrestlemania matches in less than 20 seconds, but Bryan's was for the World Heavyweight Title, and Jones' was the most famous moment of his entire career.  Bryan in a slightly more respectable three minutes.



Killer Kowalski VS Abraham Lincoln (Yes, the guy who was president.  For real.)
Why is Abraham Lincoln in this tournament, you ask?  Because someone in WCW and/or the NWA decided to try and link the lineage of the NWA Championship (which WCW was once a part of) to the Illinois State Wrestling Championship, which was won by Mr. Lincoln in 1844.  The claim later turned out to be bogus, but one or both wrestling companies during the hottest period of the Monday Night Wars tried to by God claim our nation's sixteenth president as a former member of their roster.

Okay, all that being said, how the hell would you book this?  Kowalski's a legend, but...shit…