NTWWC Cycle 1- NXT Gen. Week 5
Welcome once again to another week of NTWWC!
Last week competitors were challenged to make a soundtrack to one woman wrestler's career. But, judging by the title, I think you can guess that it was an epic failure on the rookie's parts. Only two people submitted out of the four, which means eliminations were obvious and voting will not be happening this week as was previously promised. Sorry!
So here are the two that submitted:
Scores weren't necessary due to lack of entries, so you can deliberate on who you think should be the challenge winner this week.
Jade and Chris handed in their entries, which means Buzz and Double-A are eliminated!
For the record, I would like to say that both Buzz and A are great writers, and either one of them could've taken the crown for Next Top Women's Wrestling Columnist. But, and there's always a but, Chris and Jade have been two of the most consistent writers in the competition, if not THE most. So it's only right that they go to the finals, no?
Who's article is better?
Heading into the finals most would expect me to give Chris and Jade free reign on what to write, correct? Well, I'm not a fan of that in competitions, and I don't like going with the norm. So yes, this week's challenge will have guidelines. Here it is:
Challenge: "Be All, End All"
This final challenge will determine who becomes the first ever Top Women's Wrestling Columnist here on BR! What you'll have to do is write a piece on the history of women in Wrestlemania. Make it epic, make it original, and make it your OWN. You'll have to if you want to win, because the judges aren't picking the winners—the fans are!
That's right. Since this week's voting can not take place next week, it will! I'll set up a voting system for you guys in the next article, but for now we'll have to wait and see what the final two have in store for us. It is due December 26th, 2010 at 12:00 AM.
Get to writing!
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