Welcome to the #WakandanRoyaleRumble
The semifinals for the March Multimedia Multiverse Madness came and went. Only two of the Multimedia Multiverse’s finest have held steady against the competition. You, oh gracious audience, have been voting diligently these past weeks, and now all of the polls have led to the final fight.
Here were the contenders for the first annual #MarchMultimediaMultiverseMadness championship.
Let’s do a quick recap of the Road to Finals and how we ended up with the #WakandanRoyalRumble.
The Number 5 Seed, Shuri – Technical Genius with No Rival, Best Disney/Wakanda Princess
- In the Preliminary bouts, Shuri was against Morgiana. The raw strength of the anime brawler was not enough to over come the technology armed Shuri. In a crushing victory, Shuri won 86% of the vote.
- In the Quarterfinals, Shuri faced Cassandra Cain. The Blackbat fought valiantly, but alas was no match. Shuri won with 74% of the vote
- In the upset of the bracket, Shuri took down the fan favorite magical girl and number 1 seed, Sailor Moon, in the semi-finals. In a stunning blowout, Shuri received 72% of the vote.
The Number 2 Seed, Storm – Basically Confirmed Omega Level Mutant, the Goddess of Weather
- In the Preliminary bouts, Storm swept away Quiet with thunderous applause. With the largest margin of victory in the tournament to date, Storm got 92% of the vote.
- In Semis, Storm went head to head with Yoruichi, and the Bleach’s cast member flash stop was not enough to outrun the mutant’s reach. Storm got 77% of the vote
- In one of the brutal match ups of the bracket, Storm went against Korra in the semis. The bender broke, and Storm won her right to finals with 61% of the votes
After you saw the final fight, and voting in the polls, you decided the victor. So, it is my pleasure to announce the winner of the unofficial #WakandanRoyalRumble and…
That’s right: with a staggering 80% of the vote, Ororo Munroe reigns supreme over the Multimedia Multiverse. Shout to Ja-Quan for championing her throughout the tournament!
Thanks for joining us. We’ll see everyone next year!
You can review all of the fights on the #MarchMultimediaMultiverseMadness tag.