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It's not the amount of votes that matters, but the amount of faceoffs that the candidate is winning.
Suppose you have Ted Arcidi facing off with 4 opponents: Bill Goldberg, Arn Anderson, Buzz Sawyer and Russel Crowe. If Arcidi is winning against Buzz and Crowe, but losing against Goldberg and Anderson, it gives him 2 out of 4 wins (50%), so he gets a faceoff rating of 5.00 out of 10. If he was winning 3 out of 4, his faceoff rating would have been 3/4 (7.50 out of 10).
Half a point is given for draws. If Arcidi was winning only against Crowe and has an equal amount of faceoff votes with Anderson, that counts as only 1.5 win (1.5/4 = 3.75 out of 10).
To view the list of faceoffs your candidate currently has, visit his candidate profile and click on [ View existing faceoffs ].
Simple: (Bearhugger rating + Victim rating + Faceoff rating) / 3
Bearhugger and victim ratings are affected by the votes casted directly on the candidate's profile.
Faceoff ratings are affected by the generated faceoff matchups.