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Chuck is at the top of his game right now, while Rampage probably hasn't been for a few years. Also Rampage's trainer cited how he was able to work Chuck into the corner in their first fight and take away his ability to back up and counter-- but that was in a ring. The octagon is much bigger and has no real corners so that might also be a factor. I think Rampage is going to have a much tougher fight this time around.
I thought it was interesting that they didn't give Ramapge the second tune up fight he wanted before getting Chuck. Dana had a ton of money on the Overeem fight and I'm guessing he lost money on the Rampage fight, and now wants revenge.
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