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Old 11-17-2012, 07:16 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Default Re: Analyze This: Greatest of All Times

When my friends & I compiled our lists, we used a numerical system broken down by category.

On a scale of 1-10, give each guy a number under each category (this way, you can still include drawing power if you want but it doesn't necessarily make someone the greatest).

(1) Ring Work:
(2) Longevity:
(3) Drawing Power:
(4) Charisma And/Or Verbal Skills/Promos: (this category was rough cause we tried to present it in a way that wouldn't exclude non-English speaking performers, hence the lumping of charisma with promo):
(5) Memorable Feuds/Matches:

So then you would answer with, as an example:

Hulk Hogan
(1) - 4
(2) - 8
(3) - 10
(4) - 10
(5) - 10
Total: 42

Someone else might have Hogan at like:

Hulk Hogan
(1) - 6
(2) - 7
(3) - 9
(4) - 9
(5) - 7
Total: 38

So then you get the average of the totals. In this case 40. Then when you write down the popular opinion at the end you would have:

#1 SOME GUY W/ MORE THAN 40 & MORE THAN #2
#2 SOME GUY W/ MORE THAN 40
#3 HULK HOGAN - 40 POINTS
#4 SOME GUY WITH LESS THAN 40 BUT HIGHER THAN #5
#5 SOME GUY WITH LESS THAN 40, LESS THAN #4 & MORE THAN #6
ETC.

If you so desire, you can even make certain categories be more weighted than others, if for example you feel promos mean less and drawing means more.
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