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Chuck tried to pick the lowest ranked fighters from the Tito’s team (ranking included here).
He was successful except in Yager’s case. Yager has record of 2-1 and his loss is due to DQ in the last fight.
Even experienced Uscola is not ranked higher because of his 15 losses.

CurrScore - AllTime - RankCtg - RankP4P - F - W - L
297.2 - 125.7 - 114 - 645 - 10 - 10 - 0 - Nick Ring
279.8 - 115.6 - 138 - 780 - 15 - 12 - 3 - Chris Camozzi
269.8 - 99.0 - 153 - 880 - 5 - 5 - 0 - Kris McCray
227.5 - 103.1 - 257 - 1459 - 16 - 11 - 5 - Seth Baczynski
226.0 - 113.0 - 262 - 1480 - 33 - 18 - 15 - Kyacey Uscola
193.0 - 74.1 - 367 - 2093 - 5 - 4 - 1 - James Hammortree
166.0 - 68.2 - 464 - 2672 - 6 - 4 - 2 - Clayton McKinney
125.2 - 49.0 - 587 - 3427 - 3 - 2 - 1 - Jamie Yager
(source: ScorecardMMA.com)

The question is what will happen when Ortiz/Franklin start using their highest ranked fighters?
 

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Wrong section and these ratings have little to nothing to do with anything dude...im sure of it. MMA Match in any capacity doesnt work. Fight Records just dont allways accurately represent a fighters true skill level.

I see where your coming from but i just dont think Chuck is basing his picks off these ratings...
 

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Wrong section and these ratings have little to nothing to do with anything dude...im sure of it. MMA Match in any capacity doesnt work. Fight Records just dont allways accurately represent a fighters true skill level.

I see where your coming from but i just dont think Chuck is basing his picks off these ratings...
I agree that ratings are not that helpful when we have beginers, but still.
Chuck didn't look at that specific ranking, but he did researched their records (especially for selection purpose).

Here is the same ranking for team Liddell:

CurrScore - AllTime - RankCtg - RankP4P - F-W-L
300.4 - 128.7 - 107 - 614 - 21 - 16 - 4 - Kyle Noke
276.1 - 109.9 - 143 - 814 - 10 - 10 - 0 - Josh Bryant
246.4 - 112.3 - 211 - 1164 - 7 - 6 - 1 - Court McGee
237.6 - 102.0 - 230 - 1305 - 9 - 7 - 2 - Charles Blanchard
217.4 - 83.1 - 286 - 1618 - 4 - 4 - 0 - Brad Tavares
211.5 - 89.8 - 305 - 1725 - 10 - 7 - 3 - Rich Attonito
200.2 - 72.2 - 340 - 1943 - 3 - 3 - 0 - Joseph Henle

Kyle Noke is the most experienced and highly ranked of all competitors in the house. He is fighting from 2002 and his record is 16-4-1. All his losses are against highly ranked opponents (Scott Smith, George Sotiropoulos, Katsuya Inoue). Also hi is the only one that wasn’t defeated by Hector Lombard (Draw). Plus, 8 months ago he defeated Kyacey Uscola.
He should be the one that can go all the way.
 

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Wait.....so Chuck put his best fighters against Tito's worst? Wow that's a mind blowing strategy, don't know if I've ever seen that done before..........
 
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