I don't want to call you retarded, but its hard not to.
I've never had a cutting weight problem, but thats because i cut weight once before just as a training cycle so my body gets used to it, and then i cut it for weight in's.
For the amount of stress you put on your body 2 pounds can seem like 300 for a fighter, Lutter probably didn't have any fluid to loose in him so steam room/sweat running are pretty much out of the picture.
Btw 2 pounds of sweat=more then you think.
next time you work out at the gym, take a towel and mop it up and poor it into the bucket, weight the bucket before hand so you can subtract the amount of liquid's weight from the buckets weight. Now think how much stress those fighters bodys are in compaired to yourself.
Now you know how it might remotely feel.
The amount of disrespect for fighters by saying theres a change of it being "rigged" its rediculous. Lutter isn't getting a redo by the way, this was his shot and he didn't do it, unless he pulls off a win in which it would put him back in line for a title shot but he would still have to fight a few more times to get into another shot. I've training MMA for 2 years, kickboxing 6 and submission wrestling almost 8 and i've NEVER heard of a fighter throwing a fight in a big organization. They dont get payed enough, and they work to hard to loose it. Unlike boxing where chances come and go because you don't have the high chance of injury as you do in MMA.
What is it that is going to be on your mind when you're on your death bed? Will it be the tedious years of 9 to 5, or the memory of some great acheivement. Maybe a moment you stood in glory to the applause of millions.