Sexiest WWE Superstars Tournament Winner Reveal - Hottest Man in Wrestling 2018 | Smark Out Moment
Who is the sexiest WWE superstar on the roster right now? This tournament gave you the chance to determine who would be declared the hottest man in World Wrestling Entertainment's current roster as you voted and picked your favorites match by match. After five rounds, we have our victor and our king for 2018!


The results from the round 5 finals are in. With just two votes more and a score of 51 (51%) to 49 (49%), FANDANGO has defeated Randy Orton to become this year's winner!

Check out the bracket below to see how the tournament went down in its entirety and just how he carved out a path to victory, as well as a breakdown of some more votes along the way.



BREAKDOWN AND ANALYSIS:

ALTERNATIVE FINALS

Just for curiosity's sake, it was asked how you would have voted if the semifinals had gone the opposite direction with the losers advancing into the finals instead of our two true finalists, which would have made the finals Johnny Gargano vs. Seth Rollins instead. In that scenario, who would have been voted the winner?

Your votes were 65 (69.1%) to 29 (30.9%) in favor of Seth Rollins, which means he effectively wins the bronze medal for getting third place in this year's tournament, and if this had been the finals, he would be the first man to win the tournament twice.

BEST BODY VOTE

Third place went to EC3 with 7 votes, second place went to Drew McIntyre with 14 votes, and first place went to Finn Balor with 19 votes for the second year in a row.

BEST FACE VOTE

Third place went to both AJ Styles and Finn Balor tying with 7 votes, second place went to Roman Reigns with 9 votes, and our tournament winner this year Fandango took first place with 13 votes.

This is consistent with last year, to a certain extent, as Roman Reigns had third and Styles had first, but last year, Seth Rollins won, and he got 7th place this year with only 3 votes.

BEST PERSONALITY

Third place went to Fandango with 7 votes, second place to Seth Rollins with 9 votes, and first place to Daniel Bryan with 17 votes.

The three top votes last year (AJ Styles, Finn Balor and third being Sami Zayn) all didn't place this time around.

UGLIEST MAN

This year, I added a special write-in vote for people to express their opinions on who the ugliest man in WWE was, as a means to get a gauge on the total opposite of what this tournament crowned.

As this was a write-in thing, the votes were all over the place with references to people who aren't even in the company today and so on, ranging from The Great Khali and Hornswoggle to Boogeyman. James Ellsworth had the most amount of votes with 10. Shout out to whoever put "that Tarzan looking dude near the front in every ppv"

CLOSEST CALL

This year was filled with nail-biter polls as four matches ended with just a one or two vote difference!

In round 1, AJ Styles defeated John Cena (64 to 63 votes), and in round 4, Randy Orton defeated Johnny Gargano (68 to 67 votes), both with an average of 50.4% to 49.6%

In round 2, EC3 defeated Dolph Ziggler 62-60 for a 50.8% to 49.2% score.

And, as mentioned before, our finals came down to a similar 51% to 49% with a 51-49 vote in favor of Fandango over Randy Orton.

BIGGEST LANDSLIDE VICTORY

The biggest blowout for the men's bracket was in round 1 when Seth Rollins defeated Elias by a score of 110 to 17 (86.6% to 13.4%)

VOTING TURNOUT

The most active round we had this year for the men's bracket was round 4, with a turnout of 139 votes, which is more than any round in the tournament's male section history.

BIGGEST SHOCKERS

From my point of view, I'm surprised Fandango won. He's been in it multiple years and despite my insistence that he should be a stronger contender, he never made it anywhere close before.

I was also surprised Dean Ambrose beat Jeff Hardy, but apparently, I'm not supposed to be surprised about that. To each his own, I guess!

Our analysis on the outcome of the finals and the 2018 edition of the tournament as a whole can be found in the latest podcast below:

SMACK TALK BREAKDOWN AND ANALYSIS:


Big thanks to everyone who participated in the voting from the qualifying round all the way up until the end, as well as those who shared this on Facebook, Twitter, or elsewhere to draw more attention to it and to get more people involved.

If you have any suggestions of what you'd like to see happen in next year's tournament or ideas of how we can improve this, make sure to leave us a comment or shoot us an email to send that message our way!

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THIS POST WRITTEN BY: ANTHONY MANGO

Tony Mango is the head writer, host of Smack Talk, and founder/CEO/director of operations for Smark Out Moment as well as all branches under A Mango Tree including Fanboys Anonymous. He is a writer, creative director/consultant, media manager and entertainer. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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