Thirty-two entered. Four remain. And in the end, there can be only one.
The four companies still standing in the WCIA octagon are so near to the championship they can smell the Golden Poo, but the bloodiest part of the gauntlet lay between them and the title of Worst Company In America.
Later today, Bank of America and Ticketmaster will square off in a rematch of their 2010 Final Four bout. That fight went a full 25 rounds before Ticketmaster edged out BofA by less than 1% of the total vote.
Tomorrow, the reigning WCIA champ defends its crown of poo, as Comcast takes on tournament upstart BP in what looks to be Kabletown’s biggest obstacle to repeating.
As always, may the worst company win!
SWEET 16 MATCH-UPS
*Bank of America vs. DirecTV
*Delta vs. Walmart
*Ticketmaster vs. Sony
*Capital One vs. JP Morgan Chase
*BP vs. Time Warner Cable
*WellPoint vs. Johnson & Johnson
*Comcast vs. Best Buy
*AT&T vs. Apple
ROUND ONE MATCH-UPS:
*Bank Of America Vs. Citi
*Dish Network Vs. DirecTV
*United/Continental Vs. Delta
*Walmart Vs. Gamestop
*Tickemaster Vs. PayPal
*Sony Vs. Dell
*Capital One Vs. American Express
*Wells Fargo Vs. Chase
*Toyota Vs. BP
*Time Warner Cable Vs. Facebook
*United Health Vs. Wellpoint
*CVS Vs. Johnson & Johnson
*Comcast Vs. Charter
*RadioShack Vs. Best Buy
*AT&T Vs. Verizon
*Apple Vs. Microsoft
This is a post in our Worst Company In America 2011 series. The companies competing for this honor were chosen by you, the readers. Keep track of all the goings on HERE.
See and print the entire WCIA 2011 bracket, here.