UWA ELITE POWER RANKINGS (FEB. 2017)
#1 - ARCHADIA (LAST MONTH: #1)
#2 - KYLE "THE BEAST" WINANT (LAST MONTH: #3)
#3 - KING TEK (LAST MONTH: #4)
At Dangerous Uprisings, King Tek put on a late-game comeback that would even make the Patriots jealous. Down 9-3 with two minutes to go in the iChampionship Gridiron Classic Match, King Tek shocked everyone by pinning Robbie Roller twice within the next 90 seconds to retain his championship by a 15-9 final margin. Roller arguably came closer than anyone to dethroning the Leader of the UWA Elite Army, but close does not equal victory.
#4 - BOWES (LAST MONTH: #10)
#5 - THE BROtein PACK (LAST MONTH: #2)
#6 - NICHOLAS KAYE (LAST MONTH: #7)
Perhaps no UWA Elite AllStar has ever played a better psychological game of chess against a foe than Nicholas Kaye has against Drake Chambers. Kaye goaded Chambers into a massive brawl at Dangerous Uprisings that started and stopped multiple times. Although Chambers blasted Kaye with a Dragonslayer and had the upper hand for much of the battle, Kaye won the war. He dropped Chambers head-first on his Golden Ticket briefcase and was about to do so again - which led to their upcoming Homecoming weekend of battle. Read on...
#7 - DRAKE CHAMBERS (LAST MONTH: #8)
#8 - BRANDON THE BULL (LAST MONTH: #9)
The singles ascendance of Brandon the Bull continues, in the form of a first-round victory over Everett Cross in the New Blood #1 Contender's Tournament. The Bull finished off the God of Drivers with an earth-shattering Bulldozer sit-out powerbomb from the top rope, in a moment that left the live crowd in awe. If the UWA Elite Army thought that match was violent, wait until the New Blood Semi-Finals, when Brandon battles Jeff Cannonball.