Similar to March Madness, the Tournament of Champions Season 2 bracket upsets could make the Food Network seedings seem mismatched. Looking back at Season 1, the Alex Guarnaschelli first round lost might not have been so crazy. For Season 2, there could be more lower seeds moving on to round two and beyond. Which top chef leads your bracket?
With the Wild Card rounds complete, the two number eight seeds will make their presence felt. Although Nyesha Arrington will have to fight hard to overcome reigning Tournament of Champions winner Brooke Williamson, it isn’t out of the realm of possibilities.
At the same time, Tiffani Faison will make it quite difficult for Amanda Freitag to move onto the second round. Since Chef Tiffani had some of the highest scores this season, she is ready to take down last year’s runner-up.
Considering other Tournament of Champions Season 2 bracket upsets predictions, there are many higher seeds that could be eliminated in round one. No offense to Christian Petroni, but Bryan Voltaggio is a culinary competition veteran. Even though the Top Chef title has alluded him, the reality is that his culinary creativity is legendary.
In the West Bracket, Michael Voltaggio could be looking for redemption in his battle against Cat Cora. Although Cat Cora is an Iron Chef, Michael Voltaggio is a Top Chef champion. Will the number five seed or the number four seed move on?
Even though there is never a sure bet when the randomizer is involved, the battle of Antonia LoFaso versus Brian Malarkey seems stacked for Chef Antonia. The two Top Chef alums are back for more action. Even though Chef Brian is a big personality, he can be a little too bold for a cooking competition.
Truthfully, Tournament of Champions Season 2 bracket upsets will be coming. Whether Food Network fans pick correctly or just watch for the fun of it, this culinary competition is fun food TV. But, would you be willing to face the randomizer in your kitchen?