Whoa, that was close. Beating Evo in his own game was never going to be easy, happy that I could atleast put up a debate which gave his one a real fight.
Originally Posted by WOOLCOCK
CRIMSON’s was a very hard debate to not cite as the winner since many of the themes and positive attributes contained in Debate D were prevalent here as well. The debate strayed closer to demonstrating Orton's worth to WWE through his connection to the crowd, ability in the ring to wrestle the style WWE craves for in a Main Event Superstar and how he represented a potential becon of creativity, able to be used in a way that would be overwhelmingly beneficial to the company and mitigate his behavioural discrepancies. The structure and flow was a pleasure to read and couldn't have been improved imo, but there was just something more comprehensive and nuanced in Evolution’s debate that pushed it above CRIMSON as the overall winner for me. A very commendable and impressive effort so early into The Debate League however and one the writer should be proud of.
Originally Posted by Seabs
CRIMSON - DQ’d for being over by 1 word! Strong debate. Presented your argument well and it was easy to read. Didn’t think it was great though but I’m struggling to think of a definitive reason why. I get the sense that just experience through reading and typing more debates will probably turn your debates from strong to great.
Originally Posted by Headliner
Evolution wins. Evolution & CRIMSON were the best debates of this match. Evolution & CRIMSON were quite similar debates. I think Evolution's ability to connect the current roster situation to Orton's value may have gave the slight edge. Both did a good job explaining Orton's value to the company.
Although I was disappointed after losing, the feedback from you guys definitely made up for it. At the end of the day, that's what I wanted - to get noticed for my efforts. By the looks of those comments, its quite clear that I won the #2 place.
Thanks for the feedback guys. And uh, congratulations Evo, that was a nice read indeed.
And no Seabs, I used wordcounttool.com and it says I've used 798 words
An awesome experience overall, kudos to all you organizers.