Discussion in 'Fight Discussions' started by The Wiseman, Nov 13, 2010.
Now that would make for good tv.
Again. Untenable. You'd have cards full of draws and then no basis on which to decide who was a contender, who was an up and comer, who was on their way out etc.
You'd get people with records that look like this 1-3-10 (with the 10 draws being GSP v Fitch beatdowns in their favour), looking worse than people with records like this 3-3-8 (where the 8 draws are them getting beaten silly for 3 rounds).
Not much you can do about the occasional mis-decision.
its just the way the sport goes! changing the rules to increase the amount of draws, ends up with a situation PASmith mentioned, and it's not really fair to the person who controlls the match.
In a situation like this its imperitive to have a rematch as soon as the fighers are ready IMO...
The real problem is the judging. They don't judge allowing for the nuances of each round.
A person can win a round by utter domination, mostly domination, a bit of domination or a little domination and still most judges would score it a 10-9.
There should be degrees of winning a round (that is actually allowed under the current system 10-9, 10-8, 10-7).
That there is basically 10-9 = scraped by, 10-8 = clearly dominant, 10-7 nearly finished the other guy.
Judge like that and draws and bad decisions would get less I feel.
Completely Agree with the above.
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