This is what WWE should do with World Championship(s)

1 May

I was listening to my favorite #radio show Monday (@BustedOpenRadio on SiriusXM Rush, Monday through Friday from 2-4pm EST, or anytime On Demand on the SiriusXM app) and the hosts and some callers were talking about the WWE Universal Championship.  Dave LaGreca and Larry Dallas were also debating this on Friday as well.  There are those that feel it’s OK that the title isn’t defended every 30 days and that the current Universal Champ Brock Lesnar is a special attraction.  He’s a part timer and only defends the championship once every few months is the fact of the matter right now.  The other school of thought is that the champion should be on TV more often, even if he’s not defending the title every week. Heck, Hogan was on TV often even though his World title defenses on TV were few and far between.

I have a solution. WWE won’t do this but after running the idea by my 13-year-old son and defending Greene Family Fantasy WWE champion, he likes it and we both think it would work – at least it’d be much better than what they’re doing now.

Unify the Universal Championship and the WWE Title.  This has been done before. Have only one real world champ (my shameless Ric Flair reference) and sure, go ahead and call it the WWE World Heavyweight Championship like we had not too long ago before the brand split. This one world champion can be on both shows. (but doesn’t have to be on both shows every week, only when it’s necessary for interviewing or doing a promo for the next title defense)  Now here’s the new concept – name a #1 contender for RAW one month, have the champion defend against this contender at the next RAW-branded PPV.  THEN, name a new #1 contender for Smackdown and have the champion defend against him at the next #SDLive-branded PPV.  Novel idea isn’t it?

There’s no storyline needed!  It’s all about the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.  Each show gets their turn to have matches to determine the #1Contender for the most important championship in the company.  Those matches could be Triple Threats or Fatal 4 Ways.  Heck, throw us a mini tournament once in a while.  In this scenario for example, Seth Rollins might emerge as top contender on #RAW and he’d get a shot at the champ at Money In The Bank.  Then the winner of that match (or whoever comes out with the belt) would take on the Smackdown #1 contender at Great Balls of Fire (yes, that’s really the name of the July PPV) and that could be Baron Corbin for example.

How do we get there?  Well we’d have to draw Lesnar out of his Minnesota lair to battle Randy Orton to unify both titles.  Like I said, not going to happen but one can dream and fantasy book as much as he wants to.  I just feel that the WWE Universal Title has been pretty much stagnant and meaningless since hours after Finn Balor won it and was named the first Universal Champion.  Several Busted Open Radio callers stand on the same platform as me on this one.  Since Triple H handed the title to Kevin Owens there hasn’t been any huge value in that championship.  “The List of Jericho” was over more than the Universal Title, and then part-timer Goldberg didn’t do anything to elevate it, and now since Lesnar has it (and believe me I’m happy he won at Wrestlemania and Goldberg didn’t somehow successfully retain) we don’t even see it.  Now we find out there’s another 2+ months until that title is defended in July.

So that’s my idea.  Unify the main world titles and then rotate brands for #1 contenders.  Does it work?  I’d love to hear your thoughts so feel free to tweet me @Scotty_Ballgame and/or leave comments below.

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Greene family’s 2017-2018 Fantasy WWE draft & league

24 Apr

So the Greene boys are at it again.  Time for the 3rd annual Fantasy WWE draft and league.  Dad took 2015-2016 going away.  Adam ran away with the crown in 2016-2017 beating Dad by 185 points.  Josh is hoping to not finish 3rd for the third straight year and looks to have had his best draft so far.  By the looks of it, this could be the closest year and all 3 rosters are solid.  Adam’s has a lot of current champions as of April 24th, while Dad has a lot of contenders for those titles.

The first 25 rounds were drafted April 24.  Josh had the first pick since he finished 3rd this past year.  It was a snake draft so Adam had picks 3 & 4 overall, and then snaked back with Josh for picks 6 & 7 overall, and so on.  Our point scoring system is listed below the draft results.  We plan on having another 5 round expansion draft later this week, possible expansion rounds with the Cruiserweight Classic and Women’s tournament participants (who are undrafted), and then two other possible expansion drafts later in June and February.

 Round Josh Dad Adam
1 AJ Styles Roman Reigns Seth Rollins
2 John Cena Braun Strowman Kevin Owens
3 Bray Wyatt Finn Balor Bobby Roode
4 Shinsuke Nakamura Charlotte Brock Lesnar
5 Naomi Baron Corbin Tye Dillinger
6 Asuka Alexa Bliss Hardys
7 Bayley Samoa Joe Dean Ambrose
8 SAWFT Randy Orton Authors of Pain
9 American Alpha Jinder Mahal Neville
10 Anderson/Gallows Austin Aries Nia Jax
11 Sheamus/Cesaro Drew McIntyre The Revival
12 TJ Perkins SAnitY Sami Zayn
13 Hideo Itami Kurt Angle Chris Jericho
14 DIY Aleister Black The Miz
15 Carmella Usos Triple H
16 New Day Tyler Bate Ember Moon
17 Big Show Sasha Banks Mickie James
18 Rich Swann Luke Harper Dolph Ziggler
19 Roderick Strong Bollywood Boyz Undertaker
20 Becky Lynch Rusev Crazzy Steve
21 No Way Jose Tony Nese/Drew Gulak Paul Ellering
22 Jack Gallagher Mike Bennett/Maria Kanelis Paul Heyman
23 Golden Truth Kassius Ohno Billy Kaye/Peyton Royce
24 Andrade “Cien” Almas Mojo Rawley Emma
25 Kalisto Maryse Shane McMahon

Point scoring system:
Win WWE, Universal or Women’s Title (RAW or Smackdown)- 20
Retain WWE, Universal or Women’s Title – 10
Win Intercontinental, US, Tag Team, NXT, NXT Tag Team, NXT Women’s or Cruiserweight title – 15
Retain Intercontinental, US, Tag Team, NXT, NXT Tag Team, NXT Women’s or Cruiserweight title – 8*
Win UK Championship – 10
Retain UK Championship – 5
Pay-Per-View win (any others, not title matches) – 5*
Promotion to main roster (RAW or Smackdown) – 15
Legit heel or face turn – 10
Manager of wrestler who wins title – 5 for all titles unless WWE, Universal or Women’s (10)
Surprise return – 15 (must be true surprise, not known in spoilers)
Win Royal Rumble – 20
Win Money In The Bank – 20
Win Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal – 10
Win Cruiserweight Classic – 20
Win upcoming Women’s Tournament – 20
Win United Kingdom Championship Tournament – 15
Non-WWE talent drafted who debuts on WWE TV – 15
Induction into WWE Hall of Fame – 25
Live event attended in person – same scores apply if you own wrestlers on the card. It’s our incentive to attend live events.

*If a champion successfully retains title with a win on a PPV, he/she gets only the points for retaining, not the additional 5 for a PPV win. Example, Authors of Pain win and retain at NXT Takeover, they get 8, not 13. If they lose by countout or DQ but retains titles, they still get 8 points. The team that wins by countout or DQ does get 5.

Our 2017-2018 scoring begins with tonight’s RAW and tomorrow’s Smackdown Live, but we expect most initial points to come from this weekend’s PAYBACK pay-per-view.  Would love to hear comments, suggestions, further thoughts.  We’d also like to know who won the draft.  Which team looks to be the strongest according to the draft and our point scoring system.

2017 NFL Fantasy Playoffs Pool 

4 Jan

Hi all. This is my buddy Joe’s annual playoff pool. It’s awesome and makes the playoffs that much more interesting to watch. If you play fantasy football during the regular season, try this out for the postseason. Open to all. Details and rules below. Enjoy and good luck! Oh, and please let him know I referred you.

Hello everyone and welcome back to the 18thAnnual Fantasy Football Playoff Pool. Last year we had a record 214 entries and expect to repeat that.

Please read the below carefully. 

Most important items to note:

 To enter, I need:

Complete team (each person can enter one or two teams) using the below roster requirements on the attached excel document (on the email, web link below) BY FRIDAY, JANUARY 6th at 6:00pm

Google Sheet with entry format can be found here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B30H5p7dnWG-aHM1aVFsSkJ0Tmc/view?usp=sharing

YOU are responsible for submitting a legal team.  I will do my best to catch any errors, but if your team is illegal and is caught at ANY TIME, you will be eliminated and refunded your money.

  • Complete team including total score of the Super Bowl (which is the tiebreaker)
  • Send to joemazz13@yahoo.com
  • Your e-mail address for weekly updates
  • Payment by January 13th
  • Payment details to follow shortly, PayPal will be an option this year
  • If at all possible please combine payments and if you are sending payment for multiple teams

I also want to make everyone aware that I will be submitting my two teams ($20) without payment in return for the 20 hours or so of time that it takes to manage the pool.

RULES:

We will score using the fantasy scoring below.  There are twelve teams in the playoffs.  You need to select one player from each team.  For the team you create, you need to fill the following positions:

(2) QB’s

(3) RB’s

(3) WR’s

(1) TE

(2) K’s

(1) D/ST

Each week, you will score points based on your players’ performance.  As playoff teams lose, you will lose the player on that team.  Each team will always have the same amount of players, as the playoffs go on, you may end up having the same players as someone else.  You must also provide the total points of the Super Bowl.  This will be used as a tiebreaker.  If the team(s) are still tied after this tiebreaker, the money will be split

FANTASY SCORING

 QB/RB/WR/TE

  • 1 point for every 10 yards rushing or receiving (rushing and receiving are scored separate and will not be combined)
  • 1 point for every 25 yards passing
  • 6 points for a rushing, receiving or passing touchdown
  • 2 points for a rushing, receiving or passing 2-point conversion
  • 3 point bonus for 100 yards rushing or receiving (rushing and receiving are scored separate and will not be combined)
  • 5 point bonus for 150 yards rushing or receiving (rushing and receiving are scored separate and will not be combined)
  • 7 point bonus for 200 yards rushing or receiving (rushing and receiving are scored separate and will not be combined)
  • 3 point bonus for 300 yards passing
  • 5 point bonus for 350 yards passing
  • 7 point bonus for 400 yards passing
  • 3 point bonus for 10+ receptions
  • (-2) points for an interception
  • (-1) point for a lost fumble by your offense or special teams that is recovered by the opposing team.  Fumbles lost and then recovered by your offensive player/their team or your special teams will not result in a loss of a point

*** Player cannot receive more than one bonus for hitting yardage milestones. i.e if you get 187 yards rushing you receive the 5 point bonus for 150, not the 3 point bonus for 100 and 5 point bonus for 150

*** If a player scores a special teams touchdown (punt return/kick return/etc.) and you have them starting at a different position, you WILL receive points for the TD, but not the yardage. For example, you have Julian Edelman as a WR, he has 23 yards rushing, 48 yards receiving and a punt return for a td.  You will receive 2 points for rushing yards, 4 points for receiving yards and 6 points for the punt return td for a total of 12 points. Additionally, any team with the New England Defense would also get the 6 points for that punt return TD.

Kickers

·        1 point for an extra point

·        3 points for a field goal from 18 – 49 yards

·        5 points for a field goal from 50 – 59 yards

·        7 points for a field goal 60 yards and over

Defense/Special Teams

·        1 point for a sack

·        1 point for an interception

·        1 point for a DEFENSIVE RECOVERED fumble (Offense recoveries score no points, and a forced fumble scores no points)

·        3 points for a blocked punt or field goal

·        5 points for a safety

·        6 points for a return touchdown (interception, fumble, kickoff, and punt returns)

·        10 points for a defensive shutout

·        7 points for holding a team between 2 – 5 points

·        3 points for holding a team between 6 – 10 points

  • (-1) point for a lost fumble by your offense or special teams that is recovered by the opposing team.  Fumbles lost and then recovered by your offensive player/their team or your special teams will not result in a loss of a point

TEAMS IN THE PLAYOFFS

·        Atlanta Falcons

·        Dallas Cowboys

·        Detroit Lions

·        Green Bay Packers

·        Houston Texans

·        Kansas City Chiefs

·        Miami Dolphins

·        New England Patriots

·        New York Giants

·        Oakland Raiders

·        Pittsburgh Steelers

·        Seattle Seahawks

SAMPLE SUBMITTED TEAM

QB1:    Tom Savage (Hou)

QB2:    Ryan Tannehill (Mia)

RB1:     Alfred Morris (Dal)

RB2:     DeAndre Washington (Oak)

RB3:     Thomas Rawls (Sea)

WR1:   Jeremy Maclin (KC)

WR2:   Victor Cruz (NYG)

WR3:   Sammie Coates (Pit)

TE:       Matt Lengel (NE)

K1:       Matt Bryant (Atl)

K2:       Matt Prater (Det)

D/ST:   Green Bay

Super Bowl Points:  95

MONEY

There is a $10 entry fee for each team for the pool.  Team owners can have one or two teams in the pool.  I need all payments by January 13th. Please pay on time. I reserve the right to eliminate any team that does not pay by January 13th.

Payouts are as follows:

  • 1st place – 50% of pot
  • 2nd place – 25% of pot
  • 3rd place – 15% of pot
  • 4th place – 5% of pot
  • 5th place – 5% of pot
  • $50 for most points scored in week 1 (money to be split in event of a tie)
  • $50 for most points scored In week 2 (money to be split in event of a tie)

As always, email with any questions.

Good Luck.

Joe


2016 MLB Fantasy Baseball Playoffs Parlay

3 Oct

Hey all, It’s time once again for postseason baseball and the 9th annual Fantasy Baseball Playoffs Parlay! This pool makes watching all the playoff games so much more fun! We had 50 teams in the Parlay last year which was the most ever. Would be awesome to get 60+ this year. Please feel free to pass this on to anyone you know, and if somebody you know does want in, just make sure they let me know you referred them.

Here’s how it works. Cost to participate is only $10 per team. One owner may have a maximum of two (2) team entries.

RULES: Choose one (1) batter AND one (1) pitcher from each of the 10 playoff teams to fill out positions of a roster with your 20 players. You must have ONLY 2 players from each playoff team; one hitter and one pitcher – no more, no less. Do not have more than one hitter from the same team, or more than one pitcher from the same team, or your entry will be invalid.

This is a link to last year’s Google sheets spreadsheet with the entire Parlay stats and results so you can see how it all works: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14F31zpL0A3tlFhqWWqNWHIBSbv2_Qh__vyW3Kn-kEXY/edit#gid=1256386847

You must fill these positions with one hitter and one pitcher from each playoff team:
C
1B
2B
3B
SS
IF (any infield position)
OF
OF
OF
U (can be a batter from any position)
and 10 pitchers (can be either a starting pitcher or relief pitcher). May be any combination of SP’s and RP’s but must meet a minimum of 15 innings pitched combined for all pitchers in the Wild Card/Division Series round, then a minimum of 10 innings pitched in the Championship Series round. This is to prevent any team from picking only relief pitchers. P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
***and Tiebreaker – see below

YOU are responsible for submitting a legal team. I will do my best to catch any errors, but if your team is illegal and is caught at ANY TIME, you will be eliminated and refunded your money. PLAYER POSITION ELIGIBILITY – An offensive player needs to have played a minimum of 20 games this year at a position to be eligible at that position. If an offensive player has not played a total of 20 games, then the position he’s played for the majority of games will be his eligible position. If you are picking a player that is only eligible at DH, then that player must occupy the U spot. Otherwise the U spot may be a player from any offensive position. Your roster will be 20 players to begin with, and as teams are eliminated, those players won’t accumulate any more stats for you. Any roster can have any player from any team, as long as you don’t have more than one hitter and one pitcher from a team. For example, if Minnesota made the playoffs (a stretch, I know), if one entrant’s roster has Twins 1B Joe Mauer that doesn’t mean any other entrant can’t have him. But you couldn’t have Brian Dozier and Miguel Sano on the same team. Pick whomever you’d like. Odds are there won’t be any exact rosters with all the possible combinations, but we have a Tiebreaker just in case.
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*Tiebreaker – Pick the two (2) World Series teams, the winner, and in how many games.

The categories that we’ll use are the traditional 5×5 fantasy baseball categories – AVG, HR and RBI, Runs, and SB for hitters, Wins, Saves, ERA, WHIP and K’s for pitchers. Scoring will be done Rotisserie style, meaning…. However many teams are in the parlay, that number will be the most points available in each category. The leader in each category will get that number of points for the category, the 2nd place team in a category will get 1 point less than the max, and so on down to 1 point for the last place team in a category. For example, if there are 10 teams in the Parlay, the AVG leader gets 10 points, 2nd place team gets 9 points, 3rd place gets 8 points, and so on down to the last place AVG team getting 1 point. Maximum number of points in this scenario would be 100 (10×10). If there are 18 teams, then 1st place in HRs gets 18, second place would get 17, and so on down to 1. Maximum number of points in this scenario would be 180 (18×10). Stats will be cumulative, and the total stats after the completion of the World Series will determine the winner(s). I’ve attached the final spreadsheet from last year’s pool so you can see how everything’s laid out – team rosters, statistics, and standings per round.

PAYOUTS:
• The leader after the Wild Card/ALDS/NLDS wins 10% of the overall pot
• Winner of the ALCS/NLCS round wins 10% of the overall pot
• Remaining 80% of the pot will be split up to go to the 3 overall leaders after the World Series – 1st place (60%), runner-up (25%), and 3rd place (15%) of the 80%.
• In the case of a tie (even with the tiebreaker), the winning amounts for both places will be split evenly. For example if there is a tie after the WC/LDS round, the pot’s 10% will be split evenly to those leaders. If for example there’s a tie for 2nd place AFTER the World Series is over (and both teams have the same tiebreaker), then the 25% and 15% of the remaining pot would be totaled together and split evenly.

The 10 playoff teams are: • Boston Red Sox • Cleveland Indians • Texas Rangers • Toronto Blue Jays (WC) • Baltimore Orioles (WC) • Washington Nationals • Chicago Cubs • Los Angeles Dodgers • New York Mets (WC) • San Francisco Giants (WC)

Sample team:
C – Sandy Leon BOS
1B – James Loney NYM
2B – Joe Panik SF
3B – Jose Ramirez CLE
SS – Javier Baez CHC
IF – Stephen Drew WAS
OF – Andrew Toles LAD
OF – Drew Stubbs BAL
OF – Ezequiel Carrera TOR
U- Mitch Moreland TEX (or any other Rangers hitter)

P – Junichi Tazawa BOS
P – Steven Matz NYM
P – Matt Cain SF
P – Zach McAllister CLE
P – Mike Montgomery CHC
P – Shawn Kelley WAS
P – Joe Blanton LAD
P – Ubaldo Jimenez BAL
P – R.A. Dickey TOR
P – Colby Lewis TEX
*Tiebreaker – Orioles over Mets in 4

All teams must be submitted to scotty.ballgame@comcast.net. Please write “MLB Playoff Parlay – YOUR LAST NAME” in the email subject line.

Team rosters are due by this Tuesday, October 4th prior to the AL Wild Card game. Deadline for submission is 8:00pm EST, no later. If you can, get your team(s) to me as soon as possible so I have ample time for data entry. Please forward this on to anyone you think might be interested.

I ask that all entree fees be sent by Friday, October 14th. Please make this easy on my part and submit payment on time. You can pay via PayPal or send a hard check in the mail. I will provide PayPal email address or my mailing address once I receive your submitted team(s). Teams with fees not received by 10/14 will be subject to disqualification from the parlay.

If you have any questions, please email me by the end of this weekend. If you think there’s anything I missed, or anything that could improve/enhance this Parlay, please let me know ASAP. Otherwise, put together a team or two you think will do well and send it over. Keep in mind, there’s a decent amount of strategy involved. I will email a spreadsheet with all teams’ rosters as soon as all of the data is entered, and detailed updates will be sent after LDS, LCS and World Series rounds. I am not able to send daily updates due to the time it takes to enter statistics and checking the spreadsheet to ensure all standings are accurate.

Follow me on Twitter at @Scotty_Ballgame as I’ll also tweet Parlay updates over the next month.

Good luck! Scott

WWE Money In The Bank predictions -6.19.16

19 Jun

I’m hoping for a good event tonight on WWE Network which would be a nice touch in finishing up a great Father’s Day.  Here we go…

Kickoff show
Golden Truth vs. Breezango – Who cares? I’ll go with Golden Truth since they lost the last time.
Dudley Boyz vs. Lucha Dragons – Lucha wins this one, but again, who really cares?

Main card
Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin – Series tied 1-1.  No way Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner Corbin loses the rubber match.

Rusev (U.S. Champion) vs. Titus O’Neill – This is easy. Bulgarian Brute successfully retains the U.S. Title by making the Gator tap out to the Accolade.

Charlotte/Dana Brooke vs. Natalya/Becky Lynch – They’ve been teasing some dissension in the ranks between Charlotte and Dana, so I believe that will come into play and cost the heels the match.  Look for Natalya to get either Charlotte or Dana to tap out to the Sharpshooter, especially since the Women’s title isn’t on the line.

Vaudevillains vs. Enzo Amore/Colin Casady vs. Karl Anderson/Luke Gallows vs. The New Day – Fatal 4 Way for WWE Tag Team Championship
This is a tough one to call.  New Day has held the titles for a long time.  Gallows and Anderson are the new blood and getting a huge push.  I don’t see Vaudevillains or SAWFT taking the belts yet. I’m thinking The Club gets the titles at Battleground or SummerSlam so I’m “banking” on New Day somehow winning the match and retaining the titles with some shenanigans.

John Cena vs. A.J. Styles – A decade in the making. Dream match. Should be great. I’m definitely feeling at least a 3 match series going at least through SummerSlam for these two.  That being the case I’ll be surprised if Styles doesn’t take Game 1. Winner – Styles, clean.

Dean Ambrose vs. Chris Jericho vs. Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Sami Zayn – Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Zayn – NO
Del Rio – NO
Cesaro – NO
Jericho – NO, although he’s never one this match which was his brainchild. Would be great to see Y2J with the briefcase with the brand split coming next month.
Owens – I could definitely see KO grabbing the briefcase and being that “next in line” guy, but because of the other match on the card.
Ambrose – Unfortunately one of the guys I like least on the roster is probably going to win this match which builds the storyline of him being able to cash in on either of his former Shield brethren.

Seth Rollins vs. Roman Reigns (WWE World Heavyweight Champion) – Rollins is gunning for the title he never lost.  Reigns isn’t a good guy, or a bad guy, he’s just The Guy.  Yeah, right. There’s no way they’re going to make Rollins look bad in huge return, but I just don’t think he’s getting the belt back tonight.  Reigns is going to retain the title via countout or disqualification with Rollins getting the actual victory.  Then Ambrose will likely come out to attempt a cash in of Money In The Bank.  Before the bell rings he’ll get taken out by either Reigns or Rollins and be left laying in the ring, but still with the briefcase.

Projected Greene Family Fantasy WWE league points:
Josh – 5 (R-Truth), 5 (Kalisto), 5 (Corbin), 5 (Becky Lynch), Styles 5 – 20
Adam – 5 (Natalya), 8 (New Day retaining), 20 (Ambrose winning MITB), 10 (Reigns retaining) – 43
Dad – 8 (Rusev retaining), 5 (Rollins) – 13

Reminder Publications Graphic Designer needed

26 May

Below is the job description for my company’s Graphic Designer job opening.  Contact me if you have any questions about the position that’s not listed in the job description.

GRAPHIC DESIGNER – REMINDER PUBLICATIONS, East Longmeadow, MA

Seeking creative graphic designer to create display ads and assist production manager with layout of our newspapers and magazines.

This full-time position will work within our graphic design team and will receive all creative work order requests from the account managers. The collaborative efforts of our graphic design & account management teams are what truly takes an ad from good to great!

If you are a creative, detail oriented, individual who is able to effectively create visually appealing designs working in a fast paced environment and have the following qualifications, apply today!

Responsibilities include:

  • Create print ready display ads for our printed products
  • Assist production manager in layout of publications
  • Understand products/specifications to insure accurate quality print and be able to offer suggestions
  • Provide electronic proofs for approval
  • Work closely with account managers
  • Demonstrate creativity and attention to detail
  • Must be fluent with Quark XPress and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)

Benefits Include: 401K, Vacation, Personal Days

Send resume to BethT@TheReminder.com

Greene family 2016-2017 Fantasy WWE draft

7 Apr

My two boys and I launched our Fantasy WWE league last year and each drafted 15 wrestlers.  We had two expansion drafts later in the year and each ended up with a roster of 27.  Points were accumulated by winning championships, retaining titles, winning on PPVs (live Network specials for both WWE and NXT), getting promoted from NXT to main roster, heel/face turns, winning Royal Rumble and Money In The Bank, etc.  Dad blew away his boys with a 2015-2016 total of 834 compared to Adam’s 561 and Josh’s 407.  Dad certainly had a stellar roster!  The season runs through the Monday Night Raw following Wrestlemania.

We had our 2016-2017 draft last night and the new season begins with Smackdown tonight.  Rosters look a bit more even and I might even go so far as to say Adam is the early favorite.  He has most of the current champions and will get points for title retentions.  We’ve added a new category which is the most points you can earn – 25 for getting inducted into WWE Hall of Fame.

Let us know what you think!

Dad’s 2016-2017 roster:

Round Wrestler
1 John Cena
2 Seth Rollins
3 Brock Lesnar
4 Finn Balor
5 Sami Zayn
6 Bray Wyatt
7 Samoa Joe
8 Bobby Roode
9 Charlotte
10 Triple H
11 Karl Anderson/Doc Gallows
12 Dolph Ziggler
13 Sheamus
14 Alberto Del Rio
15 Paige
16 Ryback
17 Elias Samson
18 Braun Strowman
19 Rusev
20 Blake & Murphy
21 Lana
22 Eva Marie
23 Tommaso Ciampa
24 Eric Young
25 Sting

Adam’s 2016-2017 roster:

Round Wrestler
1 Roman Reigns
2 Kevin Owens
3 The New Day
4 American Alpha
5 Shinsuke Nakamura
6 Chris Jericho
7 Asuka
8 Dean Ambrose
9 Bayley
10 Undertaker
11 Austin Aries
12 The Miz
13 Hideo Itami
14 Dudley Boyz
15 Carmella
16 Emma
17 Vaudevillians
18 Zack Ryder
19 The Usos
20 Stardust
21 Natalya
22 Kane
23 RICH SWANN
24 Stone Cold
25 Kurt Angle

Josh’s 2016-2017 roster:

1 AJ Styles
2 Sasha Banks
3 Baron Corbin
4 King Barrett
5 Apollo Crews
6 Nia Jax
7 Cesaro
8 S-A-W-F-T
9 The Revival
10 Kalisto
11 Randy Orton
12 Becky Lynch
13 X-Pac
14 Mark Henry
15 The Rock
16 Tyler Breeze
17 Neville
18 Big Show
19 Dana Brooke
20 R-Truth
21 Prime Time Players
22 Jack Swagger
23 Shawn Michaels
24 Johnny Gargano
25 The Ascension