You put yourself in a position to get kicked in the face, you knew the cage was there and that you could fall against it, it's a small probability but if it happens, it's your lack of ability to defend yourself that made it possible in the 1st place. It's like saying it wasn't Shogun's fault that he broke his arm, if he had been able to avoid the takedown, his arm would have been fine.
I see this as arguing just to argue.
You can't really tell me that you think that someone getting hurt in a freak accident is there own fault and they should have been more prepared. I could see if we were talking about someone that doesn't train BJJ getting out there and while trying to do a gogoplata, tears a ligament in their knee, but that's not the case here.
BJ was taking Matt's back from a weird position and seperated his ribs while doing it. I don't know why you have so much trouble giving certain fighters any credit.
Here are the FACTS. BJ lost to Matt Hughes. BJ was winning the fight until the start of the third round. BJ seperated his ribs in the 2nd round. And you can dispute BJ winning the first two rounds all you want, Matt Hughes himself said that BJ won the first two and that he knew he had three rounds left to come back.
If you feel that Matt could have won the fight without that happening, then fine, you have the right to feel that way. But to carry on about how BJ should have trained properly to take Matt's back without hurting his ribs is just foolish. That kind of stuff happens, there's no way to take it out of the equation.
Maybe somone should be telling you that Fedor needs to train to take a punch without bleeding.