Shakespearean March Madness: Final Match

This is it, folks — the final round of Shakespearean March Madness, the battle for ultimate supremacy. How did the Final Four turn out? Queen Margaret, after a bloody, vicious battle — and this one went back and forth for days, believe me, they really traded blow for blow — eventually gets the drop on Richard III and takes a 26-20 victory over her arch nemesis. Henry V had an easier win over Titus Andronicus (29-14), using his superior battlefield knowledge, his cooler head, and his supreme capability for delivering inspiring speeches to spur his troops to victory.

Final Match: Queen Margaret vs Henry V

Who is Shakespeare’s ultimate fighting champion?

  • Queen Margaret
  • Henry V

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