In one corner, representing the San Francisco Giants, we have Brian Sabean. He's brought the Bay players like Armando Benitez, Barry Zito, and Edgar Rentaria.
In the other corner, representing the San Francisco 49ers, the one the only Scot McCloughan. Scot who has allowed the 49ers to have a well drassed Nolan for a sub-par 3 and a half years(2005, 2006,2007, 2008). The 49ers are on the brink of possibly becoming a playoff team this upcoming year, signings like Brandon Jones, Demetric Evans, Damon Haurd, Marvel Smith, and Mornan Norris really gives the 49ers a playoff team-esque feel.
Lastly to make this a match of the ages, we'll add 1 more contestant, Chris Mullin who I think is GM for the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors have refused to play defense this entire year, but he was the last GM out of the 3 5 to make it to the playoffs.
Billy Beane the Oakland A's manager, known for being a charity. By that I mean giving away great players, for example Hudson Street and Rich Harden.
A GM who needs no introduction, but I'll give him one anyways. He has built his Raider regime around fast players, leather jackets, unpaid contracts, and firing personnel at will. Mr. Al "You don't adjust. You just dominate." Davis.
Note: Due to new contestants, the ring will now form the shape of a pentagon so that there are now 5 corners.
Extra Credit - Obviously a ring doesn't have 4 corners. So, Why do boxers call their "platform" a ring?