1. Promo work?
The Mountie was pretty funny while Bulldog was more sincere, so it's hard to say who's better. I'm opting for the Mountie, though, because he used to make me laugh.
2. In ring work?
Difficult. Both had great matches but I guess I'm gonna say Bulldog because I can remember more of his matches being good, whereas I remember a lot of quite short, quite shit Mountie matches.
Again, difficult. Opting for the Mountie, though. Made me laugh a lot and had a natural gift for comedy.
Bulldog's gimmick was just being British, wasn't it? Still, it worked for him.
Bulldog. He looked pretty tough.
6. Contributions to the business?
Definitely Bulldog. He was the face of WWF on Sky Sports in the early 90s.
Bulldog. That delayed vertical suplex was tight!
8. Tag Team involvement?
Preferred the Rougeaus.
Apparently Bulldog was a bit of a sandbag at Summerslam 1992. The Mountie wins for being fluid!
11. Selling the moves?
The Mountie was good at selling. He had good facial expressions.
12. In ring psychology/storytelling?
Tough. Not really sure. I'll call it a tie.
13. Conditioning? (IE not getting gassed)
I'm going to say the Mountie.
14. Technical ability?
Bulldog. I think. Looked solid.
14. Execution of moves?
British Bulldog. They looked like they hurt!
British Bulldog. The Mountie was cartoonish.
16. Overall superstar appeal?
British Bulldog. He was really popular in the UK - if they'd given him the WWF title in late 1992, the WWF could've ridden out the decline in business by staging more PPVs in Europe and the UK: they could've filled stadiums like Wembley in 1992-1992 if they'd put Bulldog on top for a while. Bulldog/Hogan for the WWF title at Wrestlemania IX (if they'd staged it anywhere in the UK) would've been huge.
17. All round chemistry with talents?
British Bulldog, I think.
18. Overall winner?