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View Poll Results: worst referee
Big john 6 14.63%
Mario Yamasaki 7 17.07%
Steve Mazagatti 21 51.22%
herb dean 7 17.07%
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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-12-2007, 06:11 PM Thread Starter
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Lets make it easy all referee's suck
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post #12 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-12-2007, 08:49 PM
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It must be a really boring time in MMA right now that we have to talk about the refs. I dont blame you guys..I mean there no breakings news about a fighter or something like that..and a week ass PPV event coming soon(ufc 72)

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steve mazzagati by a long shot. He stops fights early and he makes fighters move off the fence for no aparent reason.

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Im going with Hor-Gay Alonso (as Goldie says). The man just watched as that Jordan guy got knocked down and smashed in the face 3 times with some serious solid blows, when he was clearly out before he fell, then he goes and does some defensive line bullshit and tackles Drew (but kinda bounced off)

but of the 4, Mazzagati, hes too awkward, sometimes he stops the fight WAYY too early, other times he zones out and just watches.
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post #15 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-26-2011, 08:44 PM
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Mazzagati for certain

After watching Buentello vs. Eilers:
Beuno knocks down Eilers, Bueno then hits Eilers in the back of the head as Eilers is face down and trying to stand up. Mazzagatti stops the fight and decalres the winner!!

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Herb deans just too cool to vote as the worst referee lol.
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Holy Necro post Batman! But I'm a fan of not being a fan of Mazz.

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Herb Dean?? .... But he does not like any ground game. All you hear is:

I am going to stand you up, work, work, work, work, work, work ..... ad nauseum.

As if grappling is not working, he always gives an unearned advantage to the boxer.

There seems to be something lacking in the referee works. Any organization that does analysis of human activity needs standards, there does not appear to be any referee standards in MMA. Not talking about following the rules, rather, referees should be evaluating the activity according to a set standards of performance. To have one ref always stand guys up and another not take any actions means that there is bias in the referee ranks. The referees personal opinion of what constitutes a good fight should not be allowed any influence in the ref profession; there should be a standard of performance that the ref evaluates the activity to, then makes a judgement about how the performance meets the standards and then refs accordingly. And, there needs to be a group that evaluates ref performance and makes judgements as to their competency in evaluating according to these standards.

How can a fighter prepare for a fight wondering if he will get a Steve Mazzagati (who has no clue), a Herb Dean (who does not like grappling) or ?????

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Steve Mazagatti.

And not just for the Lesnar fight. This clown is going to end up getting someone seriously injuried if not killed.

He has allowed illegal shots and let fights continue when they should have been stopped. I absolutely hate when this guy refs.

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Herb Dean?? .... But he does not like any ground game. All you hear is:

I am going to stand you up, work, work, work, work, work, work ..... ad nauseum.

As if grappling is not working, he always gives an unearned advantage to the boxer.

There seems to be something lacking in the referee works. Any organization that does analysis of human activity needs standards, there does not appear to be any referee standards in MMA. Not talking about following the rules, rather, referees should be evaluating the activity according to a set standards of performance. To have one ref always stand guys up and another not take any actions means that there is bias in the referee ranks. The referees personal opinion of what constitutes a good fight should not be allowed any influence in the ref profession; there should be a standard of performance that the ref evaluates the activity to, then makes a judgement about how the performance meets the standards and then refs accordingly. And, there needs to be a group that evaluates ref performance and makes judgements as to their competency in evaluating according to these standards.

How can a fighter prepare for a fight wondering if he will get a Steve Mazzagati (who has no clue), a Herb Dean (who does not like grappling) or ?????
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