I'll agree with you here after watching some of the later rounds myself. I do think that there seemed to be a visible delay in executing his abilities in the later rounds (looking sluggish) but we're talking about really big guys who tend to look that way anyways. The way he was treated afterwards was atrocious though. There's no reason he shouldn't have been immediately given one of the two ambulances standing by and the way he was treated in the ER was terrible as well. I still think this situation was avoided. All in all while this is a tragedy, I think stories like this one need to come to light (because I'm sure it happens a lot more often, to lesser degrees) and you need to have to do a paper/study on it in order to be in the corner of a fighter. I feel like they really let this man down.