Nope, not in the real world where people use their own brains.
I just realized how dumb that sounds. People using their own brain... what is this? The 1760's?
Even if you're a firm believer in "the judges are always right" there's still a 1/3 chance Bones lost the round. That's statistically significant and basically makes the decision void.
You're arguing semantics. 2 of 3 judges score a round for Bones, he won that round. That's the plain truth of the matter. Plus, while using my own brain, Bones won that round easily. Machida landed 1 good strike. Bones did what he wanted when he wanted for the other 4:59.