I'm an admitted pro wrestling geek (and I know I'm not the only one here) and on the Wrestling Observer message board, threw out the Fulmer Cup concept for pro wrestlers, who not only get arrested with great frequency, but in wonderfully creative ways.
For example, some Atlanta-area people may be familiar with the case of former wrestler "Hardbody" Harrison Norris, who basically kept a harem of women as sex slaves and threatened to beat them to death if they did not bend to his will. (Also, unrelated, he once pitched an idea that he would feud with Sting by changing his name to "Stang"). Anyways, ol' Hardbody was convicted of eight counts of aggravated sexual abuse, forced labor, sex trafficking, conspiracy and witness tampering.
Now, and I may be guesstimating here, but I'm thinking that Harrison earned at least 112 points in this - 8 counts of sexual abuse x 4 points, 8x4 forced labor, 8x4 sex trafficking, and while conspiracy and witness tampering aren't on the official list, I'll shoot low and award him 1 point for each charge, or 16 points. WITHOUT bonus points (and lord, bonus points are in order), I'm seeing 112 points here. That, I think, tops the score of every FC winner of the last five years, and tops Auburn's recent unprecedented spree by 50%. But again, my math could be way off here, and I'm interested to see what sort of official judgment may be on Hardbody's Harem.
Also, what would other wrestler arrests count as? How many points has Jeff Hardy earned in his drug-addled career? How many points would Ken Patera have gotten by throwing a brick through a McDonald's window? Can Chris Benoit earn points even though he was never charged, on account of being dead and all? Would Ric Flair
And who would we name the wrestling Fulmer Cup after? The McMahon Cup? The Vince Russo Trophy on a Pole? And if an actual trophy was given, would Bad News Brown just smash it over Bret Hart's head? Wait, nevermind, he's dead too.