The Most Powerful Princess Bracket Elite Eight

We are one week closer to determining the Most Powerful Princess. After an incredible round of voting we are ready to eliminate half of the princesses leaving us with the Elite Eight. Here are the results.

1 Princess Star Butterfly (Star vs the Forces of Evil) vs 4 Merida (Brave)
3 Rapunzel (Tangled) vs 7 Jasmine (Aladdin)

1 Wonder Woman (Justice League) vs 5 Starfire (Teen Titans)
3 Azula (Avatar: The Last Air Bendervs 7 Bonnibel Bubblegum (Adventure Time)

1 Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon) vs 4 Lucina (Fire Emblem)
3 Peach (Super Mario) vs 2 Zelda (The Legend of Zelda)

1 Galadriel (The Lord of the Rings) vs  5 Leia Organa (Star Wars)
6 Xena (Xena: Warrior Princess) vs 2 Kitana (Mortal Kombat)

So lets talk about some of those eliminations. Merida and Jasmie both lacked any inate magical ability which seems to be defining factor in the Disney Conference. While Kitana is clearly very formidable, she lacks the name recognition that Xena has. Most of Leia's force-related powers are not yet defined and she couldn't stand up to a ring bearing elf like Galadriel. Lucina almost beat Sailor Moon but ultimately the Sailor Moon fans won out and Sailor advanced. Regardless of what the Death Battle may have said, Zelda was the clear winner against Peach. Azula vs Bubblegum is practically a bye for Azula. Wonder Woman is arguably the most well known princess in the bracket as well as one of the most powerful so how she lost to Starfire is anyone's guess. People must really love Starfire. Here are the next round's match ups.

1 Princess Star Butterfly (Star vs the Forces of Evil) vs 3 Rapunzel (Tangled)

5 Starfire (Teen Titans) vs 3 Azula (Avatar: The Last Air Bender)

1 Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon) vs 2 Zelda (The Legend of Zelda)

1 Galadriel (The Lord of the Rings) vs 6 Xena (Xena: Warrior Princess)

You can vote on the third round here. Check out the bracket here. Keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter for updates on the bracket. Listen to our most recent podcast featuring our analysis of the bracket at the bottom of this page. You can subscribe to us on iTunesSoundcloud, and Stitcher. Now get out there and vote!

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