Sexiest WWE Superstars Tournament Winner Reveal - Hottest Woman in Wrestling 2019 | 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 woman 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 queen for 2019!


The results from the round 5 finals are in, and with a score of 136 (50.4%) to 134 (49.6%), SASHA BANKS has defeated Liv Morgan to become this year's winner!

Check out the bracket below to see how the tournament went down in its entirety and just how Alexa Bliss carved out a path to victory. Was it a matter of true fan support or did the seeding play a big factor?



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 Alexa Bliss vs. Becky Lynch instead. In that scenario, who would have been voted the winner?

Your votes were 137 (52.7%) to 123 (47.3%) in favor of Becky Lynch, which means she has placed third for the bronze medal for the second year in a row.

FATAL 4-WAY and ALEXA BLISS STIGMA

Amidst speculation of voter tampering, as well as to try to gauge everyone's mindset, I asked a question of who you would vote for if the finals were a Fatal 4-Way with all four semifinalist options.

With 91 (33.3%) of the votes, Sasha Banks was victorious, narrowly passing Alexa Bliss (87 votes, 31.9%), as well as Liv Morgan (61 votes, 22.3%) and Becky Lynch (34 votes, 12.5%).

This may return next year, as it's an interesting concept, but no, it will not be counted as the legitimate winner of the tournament.

I also asked, in the hopes of getting honest responses, whether or not people voted against Bliss purely on not wanting to see her win for the third time in a row, rather than any other factors. The majority of the voters said they didn't, as they either voted for her every match, or only voted against her for legitimate reasons. However, 21 people (and I'm assuming tons who didn't vote or just weren't honest) said they did in fact vote against her just to make sure she didn't win again, which is just ridiculous in my mind, and indicative of how wrestling fans are always so quick to hate people on top, just like when wrestlers are being pushed and are no longer as popular as when they were the underdog. Fickle, as Daniel Bryan would say!

RENEE MICHELLE

Drake Maverick's wife Renee Michelle entered WWE television as a regular character after the qualifying round was underway, meaning she was not eligible to enter the tournament. However, I posed the question of whether or not you would have voted for her to win, had she been available.

With a resounding 221 out of 256 votes (86.3%), the overwhelming majority said no, they would not have had her go all the way to win the whole tournament. Thus, we know that she didn't miss out on a win.

BEST BODY VOTE

Third place went to Liv Morgan with 26 votes. Second place went to Alexa Bliss with 50 votes. But Sasha Banks surprisingly took the win with 62 votes.

BEST FACE VOTE

Third place went to Liv Morgan with 39 votes. Second place went to Sasha Banks with 56 votes. And for the third year in a row, Alexa Bliss won with 66 votes.

BEST PERSONALITY

Third place went to Becky Lynch with 35 votes. Second place went to Alexa Bliss with 43 votes. And first place went to Sasha Banks with 53 votes.

CLOSEST CALL

In round 2, Maria Kanellis beat Cathy Kelly by a narrow margin of 3 votes (86 to 83 - 50.9% to 49.1%)

However...the FINAL was a difference of only 2 votes! Sasha Banks (136 - 50.4%) defeated Liv Morgan (134 - 49.6%). Very, very tight there.

BIGGEST LANDSLIDE VICTORY

The biggest blowout for the women's bracket was in round 1 with Liv Morgan destroying Ronda Rousey 174 to 28 (86.1% to 13.9%)

VOTING TURNOUT

The most active round we had this year for the women's bracket was the semifinal with 428 votes, which is actually the most voted on round that we've ever had in either the men's or women's brackets for every year in the history of the tournament, blowing last year's record of 277 out of the water, so thank you, everybody!

BIGGEST SHOCKERS

From my point of view, I'm surprised at a few things:

  • Tamina, Shayna Baszler, Sara Amato, Jessika Car, Piper Niven, Reina Gonzalez and others made it through the first qualifying round above Vanessa Borne, Beth Phoenix, Mia Yim, Nathalie Mamo, Jessie Elaban, Xia Li, Jinny, Sarah Schreiber and others, who I just instinctively thought would do better in comparison to them.
  • Kay Lee Ray scored a top 6 vote in the first qualifying round, somehow.
  • Kairi Sane didn't make it into the tournament?
  • No Vanessa Borne?
  • No Tegan Nox? (and some others)
  • Maria beating Lana in Round 1 was surprising.
  • Aliyah beating Charly Caruso was a shocker.
  • Taynara Conti beating Zelina Vega in round 1 floored me.
  • Deonna Purrazzo and Sonya Deville having such a tight vote in round 2 up to the wire, along with Maria beating Cathy at the last day of the polls.
  • Liv Morgan beating Alexa Bliss in round 4......I'm still disappointed in that one, above all.

Our analysis on the outcome of the finals and the 2019 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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AUTHOR OF THIS POST: ANTHONY MANGO

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

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