1. Cook was on 2 straight losses before that fight and was relativity inactive in that period.
2. Cook's opponents before Walter (who he had defeated are currently 3-3, 0-1, "Lee Livesly" 1-14 you can add Lee Cage's losses there too and more, 3-5, 6-9, 4-9, 3-5, 4-4, Dave Elliot 10-9 good win that, 1-4.)
That's break this downI agree though his first few fights were a bit ish, his last 4 opponents have been really experienced guys being 8-9, 10-2, 25-12 and 13-15 so he is stepping up... Maybe he'll make the leap in his next fight.
Tautvydas Lileikis 8-9 on sherdog. But 2-9 in his last 11, with all 9 losses inside the distance, 8 of them in the first round. With his wins being against Tye Palmer (1-3) and the hot and cold Jordan James (7-7-1)
Manu Garcia (25-15) on paper this looks like a big win but he is notorious for pulling at the last minute, and hasn't beaten anyone legit. Don't even say Jake Hecht, as that was Hecht's debut.
And the same can be said for the 13-15 Loic Marty.
These aren't guys an 11-0 guy should be beating or someone who wants to be in the top 10.
If you did your research mate you would know that.
I got nothing against Walter and yeah he is talented and i'd book him for CW on the strength of that record but there are still question marks and i feel that in general you should be rated higher for beating tougher opposition. Otherwise you would get teams booking nightclub shows and bring in the "Weekend Journeyman Watch' team.