The findings, compiled using a public opinion poll on the Red Bull BC One Facebook Page show that 2006 champion Hong 10 of Drifters Crew, Korea is backed as the most popular to win the solo b-boy competition this year with 28 per cent of the votes, putting Red Bull BC One 2010 winner Neguin of Tsunami Allstars, Brazil in second place as the public favourite with 16 per cent.
Lil G of Speedy Angels, Venezuela is the third most popular at 14 per cent, followed closely by Taisuke of All Area Crew, Japan at 12 per cent and RoxRite of Renegades, USA, in fifth place at five per cent.
Red Bull BC One is an annual one-on-one b-boy battle for 16 of the world’s most elite and unique b-boys held in a different city every year.
This year the finals will take place in Moscow, Russia.
Red Bull BC One 2011 winner predictions – bar chart
Statistics were taken at 8pm on 25 November 2011
Red Bull BC One 2011 Russia – b-boys
B-Boy Hong 10 (Drifters Crew) – Korea
B-Boy El Nino (Floorlords / Flava Squad / Boogie Bratz / The Squadron) – USA
B-Boy Flying Buddha (Top 9 / Mighty Zulu Kingz) – Russia
B-Boy Lagaet (Momentum Crew) – Portugal
B-Boy Taisuke (All Area Crew)– Japan
B-Boy Lil G (Speedy Angels) – Venezuela
B-Boy Neguin (Tsunami Allstars) – Brazil
B-Boy Niek (Rugged Solutions) – Holland
B-Boy Roxrite (Renegades / Break Disciples / Squadron) – USA
B-Boy Yan the Shrimp (All The Most) – Russia
B-Boy Soso (Melting Force) – France
B-Boy Vero (Jinjo Crew) – Korea
B-Boy Morris (Fallen Kings) – USA
B-Boy Salo (Flying Legs Crew/Aborigenes de Venezuela) – Venezuela
B-Boy 3T (Big Toe Crew) – Vietnam
B-Boy Mounir (Vagabonds) – France