So for those of you still reeling from Hunter being the champion, I managed to get in touch with Doc Hammer to get his thoughts on the matter.
You say: "I was kind of surprised but then I started thinking that maybe that was anaccurate result. I mean Hunter is old and not as strong, but he did teach Brock everything he knows. What do you think?"
In a hand to hand fight? Let's work it out. Let's say that Hunter taught Brock everything he knows. That doesn't state that Hunter taught Brock the entirety of Brock's knowledge. It actually implies that Hunter passed on to Brock all that he (Hunter) knows about fighting. This puts them (at this point) as equals in skill, and doesn't give Hunter the advantage. I'll take it farther! In fact it implies that Hunter has less knowledge because Brock (according to your argument) did not share his tricks with Hunter.
That shared knowledge will be assigned metalinguistic veritable "Y".
"E" will stand for all the knowledge Brock acquired from other sources. We can't forget that Brock created "Blood Judo".
"A" will be the experience and skills acquired being a body guard to a "Guild Arched" super scientist that can't defend himself and finds trouble under every bed.
The variable "H" will represent the fact that Brock is larger, younger, and more freshly practiced as a hand to hand killer.
So in a stripped to the waist, man-punching-man situation, the math would be:
Brock = Y+E+A+H ! Hunter = Bad knees.
Brock would take the fight easily on a regular day. Fine, yes, there is that off chance that Hunter would get in a lucky (and dirty) stab to the eyes, and possibly take Brock down from there with his G. Gordon Liddy bullshit. But in this simplistic tournament thing you have here: Brock.
I really think the voters are fucking with you.