Meat Madness Final: Steak vs. Bacon Eick April 20, 2009 Bacon, Meat Madness, Steak 57 Comments Click HERE to see the initial post about Meat Madness and full 32 meat bracket.Â Click HERE to view a preview of the final four match-ups. Update: Voting on this match-up is now closed. By a vote of 465 (57%) – 351, (43%), Bacon has defeated Steak to earn the title of the greatest meat. After watching 32 meats face-off for meat supremacy over the past 6 weeks, we are down to our final vote. Steak vs. Bacon. The winner will be crowned as the single greatest meat there is. Voting begins today at noon and polls close on Friday at noon. Here’s a little “Tale of the Tape” about each of the two contenders. Total votes earned so far (raw #’s): Steak: 975 Bacon: 1,103 Edge: Bacon Average margin of victory (%): Steak: 59% Bacon: 48% Edge: Steak Total comments left on posts of match-ups: Steak: 37 Bacon: 87 Edge: Bacon Biggest margin of victory: Steak: 76% (vs. Roast Beef, Rnd. 1) Bacon: 80% (vs. Pork Chops, Rnd. 1) Edge: Bacon Smallest margin of victory: Steak: 36% (vs. Crab in Final Four) Bacon: 20% (vs. Chicken in Final Four) Edge: Steak Looks like we’re in for one hell of a final match-up. With voting open for 4 full days, there is plenty of time for either meat to make a run even after falling behind. Will a leader emerge right away? Or will these two titans of meat battle back and forth throughout the week? As always, use the comment section to argue for which meat you think should prevail. [poll id=”59″] The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Fast Food Bracket Round 1: Jack in the Box vs. Five Guys, KFC vs. Checkers - March 3, 2016 BK’s “Polygameat” Campaign Shockingly Similar to Wendy’s “Meatatarian” Campaign - September 16, 2014 Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 57 Responses « Older Comments Archbishop Superbishy April 23rd, 2009 I’m at a loss to understand the hostility to bacon here, or anger at the fact that the people who like it are organised to vote in this forum What have the steak supporters got to hide? Doesn’t the fact their preference isn’t supported with such dedication as bacon tell them anything? Bacon has led throughout the voting, which is just straight democracy. You may not like the result, but don’t knock the process, and once the porky victor has been declared, I trust we’ll all reunite as meat lovers and get behind the result Amen Reply Miles April 23rd, 2009 Steak….I know we can do this. If Bacon fights dirty , we have to as well. Gather the troops and let’s win this one! Juicy, hot, carnal steak. If Pan, the goat-god of mischief had to choose between sinking his teeth into a strip of salted fat, or an adrenaline filled high-quality steak…you know which he’d choose. Reply Archbishop Superbishy April 23rd, 2009 Miles: I think you’re just dividing meat lover against meat lover. Make sandwiches, not war Remember we have to get on with each other peaceably after this vote on the planet of meat. I’m sure the President of our Bacon Nation will want to maintain excellent diplomatic relations with the Steak Republic, and any breaches of the Geneva convention must be answered No fighting dirty: just a straight clean contest, I beg of you, for the sake of mankind. Whilst I appreciate and recognise your comments regarding goat-gods, I’m not sure any will be registered to vote on the SoGood electoral roll? Peace be upon you all Reply Alexis April 23rd, 2009 Bacon all the way. I would not be alive were it not for this succulent meat source. It should also be noted that steak is a genre, not a specific meat. It’s all in the cut. I mean, I hate cube, chuck, and flat iron steaks, but I loves me a filet, sirloin, or a good ol’ KC strip steak. That being said…. GO BACON!!! Reply Skiff April 24th, 2009 This is a little disappointing, but not surprising. I like bacon and its a great accompaniment, but steak is the truth. Reply Cindy November 23rd, 2013 Do we really need a contest to show how awesome bacon is? Reply « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current [email protected]* Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.