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Whoops, I thought this was a drawing of T. gurneyi. My bad, gurneyi was “only“ 10 meters long and about 4-5 metric tons in weight. The specimen I referred to is “Elvis“, a Torvosauris tanneri.
Sorry for the late reply but my cellphone is really unreliable. That was in 2014, two years before the absolutely enormous 1.31 metre skull of a Torvosaurus tanneri. A ten metre specimen had a 1.15 metre long skull so you can possibly imagine just how big Elvis, the new specimen, was.
It was considered one at the time I posted the comment. I actually remember specifically looking that up at the time to make sure I wasn't making a fool of myself. The classifications for Allosaurs, Megalosaurs, Carnosaurs, etc. has been really wonky and fluxing for quite a while now. You should see the edit histories for the Wikipedia pages, it's a nightmare. P.S. how do italicize in DA comments? I've been wondering about that.