When i say corruption i mean, judges being involved in gambling.
It's easy to imagine judges (or someone close to them) having placed a lot of money on a certain fighter to win a certain fight.
And if the fight doesn't go the way it *needs* to, they can always *adjust* the end result, by scoring the fight the way they want to.
Like this one: the odds for Warren were low, but it was considered a safe bet = easy money.
The fight didn't go the way some thought...so...why not make some adjustments so the end result is *the right one*?!
I don't think it had to do with gambling.
All three judges involved in tonights show were complete rookies.
Along with a piss poor, bare minimum commission in Arizona, and Bellator can easily economically manipulate any result they want.
This commission was not real commission, Arizona I believe doesn't have one. They have a boxing commission, not sure if it applies to MMA.
But this specific commission was some small Indian reservation commission.
Last edited by Roflcopter; 04-20-2011 at 02:49 PM.