The final three "Biggest Loser" contestants, Ramon Medeiros, John Rhode and Antone Davis, will face off on the scales one last time Tuesday night. All three of the men can be called winning losers, having already dropped well over 100 pounds each. But who has the advantage when it comes to the big win?
During a TODAY appearance, host Alison Sweeney sized up the competition.
"It's a really exciting finale because all three guys are so close," Sweeney explained. "They've all worked so hard for it. But you know, Ramon is really young and maybe that energy, that youthful enthusiasm will push him over the edge."
But don't place any bets on the 27-year-old just yet. Sweeney sees big potential in the 40-somethings, too.
"John has wanted it from day one," she said of the competitor who just last week boasted that he could take on any past or present "Loser." "I mean he has literally wanted to win from the moment he set foot on campus."
And Davis? "Antone's an athlete," Sweeney reminded fans. "He's a former NFL player, so he's certainly got game, too."
Enough game to overcome the slight lead John had at the last weigh-in.
"Oh, I think if anyone can, Antone can," she assured. "He definitely knows what he's doing, knows how to compete, knows how to aim for the finish line. So he's got it in him, you know."
Of course, no one will know for sure until he and the others step on the scales. They'll do that soon: "The Biggest Loser" finale airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
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