To close things out, here are some of the prominent men and women in wrestling who were unable to secure a single vote.
Undertaker: One of the all-time greats, but through age and a string of injuries, his career is winding down fast. He could probably only give you less than 10 matches before retirement. Age 48.
Sting: "The Icon" couldn't persuade any of the drafters to pick him up as a wrestler. Perhaps TNA should rethink who they focus their big storylines on. Age 54
Kane: For a guy closing in on 50, Kane is pretty solid in the ring. He's still popular, but probably won't be around to work full-time a few years from now to help build an up-and-coming organization. Age 46.
Davey Richards: An ROH standout and former champion who just wasn't able to pick up any points. Age 30.
Hulk Hogan: Sorry, brother; even as an on-air authority figure, no one was willing to bite on the most heavily featured act in TNA. Age 59.
Brooke Hogan: Likewise, the most featured female in all of TNA was unable to secure a single pick. Perhaps nepotism and wrestling aren't a great mix. Age 25.
HHH: With Hunter's marriage to Stephanie, it would be fascinating to lure him away from WWE. But even if you could, due to his age and lack of matches these days, he'd be a risky pick. Age 43.
Ryback: A bit of a surprise for the lack of love for Ryback. He's improved on the mic over the past year, and has the look that screams "professional wrestler." WWE never went all in with him, though, which has damaged his stock in the eyes of fans. This would make anyone think twice before bringing him in. Age 31.
Kaitlyn: The top female babyface in WWE has stumbled a bit in character development, but perhaps in future years she'll be able to secure some votes. Age 26
The Rock: If you had $500 million to spend, you'd probably need a big chunk of that to get The Rock to commit to any sort of deal. Age 41.
Mark Henry: Henry may be the best actor in all of wrestling right now, but he's also in his 40s and has gone through an incredibly high amount of injuries. If he was healthier over his career, or a few years younger, he'd be a great pick. Age 42.
Vickie Guerrero: You'll have to excuse the writers for not picking her up despite her being one of the most heavily featured acts in WWE. Age 45.
Mickie James: James is having a career renaissance in TNA after years of a lackluster babyface run. Had her turn happened earlier, she could have picked up some votes. Age 33.
Rob Van Dam: RVD's TNA run was absolutely mediocre. Perhaps a rejuvenated Van Dam could be still be an asset to WWE, but his in-ring style is not one that ages well for a full-time roster spot. Age 42.
Again, a great thanks to all of the Bleacher Report writers who helped out on this list: The Doctor Chris Mueller, Big Nasty, Travis Taylor, Colin I. McAndrew, Seth Guttenplan, Ryan Dilbert, Mike Chiari, Bryan Haas, Giulio Romano, David Levin, Chris Featherstone @cravewrestling