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The greatest buzzers in history: Season six, round three

It’s going to be hard to beat Kacy’s historic runs.

UPDATE: This round is now closed. You can vote on round four here.

Which run will claim the championship position for season six of American Ninja Warrior? We’re into round three of this “greatest buzzer” bracket. The season contains two juggernaut runs that are going to be hard to beat as we move forward. Kacy Catanzaro’s Dallas Qualifiers and City Finals runs made history as she reached the buzzer twice. Both of those runs had strong wins in round two of voting. But there are some other contenders still in the running: Michelle Warnky’s first buzzer, Kevin Bull going upside down during his first season, and Jon Stewart proving age is just a number in the Denver City Finals, to name a few.

So will Kacy’s runs come out on top? It’s up to you. Vote below!

Poll

Kacy Catanzaro or Michelle Warnky?

This poll is closed

  • 70%
    Kacy Catanzaro
    (94 votes)
  • 29%
    Michelle Warnky
    (39 votes)
133 votes total Vote Now

Poll

Drew Drechsel or Kevin Bull?

This poll is closed

  • 27%
    Drew Drechsel
    (43 votes)
  • 72%
    Kevin Bull
    (111 votes)
154 votes total Vote Now

Poll

Kacy Catanzaro or Joe Moravsky?

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  • 58%
    Kacy Catanzaro
    (79 votes)
  • 41%
    Joe Moravsky
    (55 votes)
134 votes total Vote Now

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Jon Stewart or Travis Rosen?

This poll is closed

  • 41%
    Jon Stewart
    (52 votes)
  • 58%
    Travis Rosen
    (72 votes)
124 votes total Vote Now

  • We’re starting with season four in 2012.
    That was the first season the show started traveling from location to location, and that the National Finals were held in Las Vegas. Also, we’re starting with this season because that’s as far back as we can find videos for the runs on one of the two different official YouTube accounts that archive them. This one with G4 and USA Network videos and this one with NBC videos.
  • The run has to have a video on one of those channels.
    We feel it’s important for the voters to be able to watch the runs. That way, even if they weren’t watching way back in 2012, they can still participate in the vote. We realize this excludes buzzer runs that aren’t posted. The system is not perfect. We’ve accepted that.
  • They have to hit a buzzer.
    There are many, MANY ways to qualify a run as great: If the person made history of some kind, if they overcame something, if they just really grit it out. But our mind exploded trying to figure out a bracket of polls that included ALL the runs, so we’re just talking about buzzers this time.
  • The original match ups are pretty random.
    They’re just related to how the videos are sorted on the YouTube pages. No other thought went into it. Oh well. :)
  • If an additional run is needed to balance the bracket, we’ll include the “Last Ninja Standing” run of that season. Think of it as a wildcard.
  • We’ll move through all the seasons, and then circle back through the rounds.