Promo Grading Policies
The are divided into four (4) categories, each promo is graded with a score in each category. Highest point total wins. Simple enough, fair enough. We will intitute a two (2) person grading system, both handlers cannot be involved in the match they're grading for. In the event of a tie, a poll will be presented to the staff members and the tie will be broken by vote both staff members cannot be involved in the match they're voting for.
People often employ different styles in promos; some people may do 'character development' promos and others may do 'shoot' promos, it all depends on your personal promo style. The core of what shall be judged is on-screen and we're also pretty sure most wrestlers don't have a camera following them around 24-hours a day either, so the handler may use whatever style gets the point across without being a bore.
Relevance Maximum of 25 points!
Have you talked about your match, storyline, or advanced your wrestler(s) in some meaningful way? Did you show knowledge of your opponent? Have you made a case for winning the match?
Flow Maximum of 25 points!
Did your promo flow? Is your audience going to be able to follow along or will you lose them?
Entertainment Maximum of 25 points!
The ability to be entertaining and keeping the audience on your side.
Character Maximum of 25 points!
Ask yourself: Does my character jump around from one thing to the next? (Example: A babyface in one promo into a heel in the next.)
All categories above can be totaled together for the maximum of 100 points!
- A+ = 97-100
- A = 93-96
- A- = 90-92
- B+ = 87-89
- B = 83-86
- B- = 80-82
- C+ = 77-79
- C = 73-76
- C- = 70-72
- D+ = 67-69
- D = 63-66
- D- = 60-62
- E/F = 0-59