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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-27-2007, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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I just watched the Guida/Aurelio fight, what do the judges have against Guida?

Alright so I just watched this fight. And how in the HELL did one of those judges think Aurelio won that fight? Split decision? Are you kidding me? Guida worked him for 3 straight rounds.

It seems a bit weird, I honestly think Guida should be undefeated in the UFC but he did lose that close decision to Thomas, and a loss against Griffin which in my opinion was a 100% win for Guida.

I honestly think Guida put sugar in their gas tanks or some shit because for some reason they don't like the guy winning.
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I haven't seen the fight yet but when I read the play-by-plays I was pretty surprised to see it was a split decision instead of unanimous. I think it is wierd and funny how all of Guida's fights end in split decisions. He must have some kind of record for that or something.
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Guida has been robbed of many decisions. I think that he won against Tyson Griffin and from what I remember for the Thomas fight, that was close too. Guida is a really good fighter man. A win over Aurelio is huge, and not to mention he also has beaten Josh Thomson. I personally thought that he beat Gilbert Melendez as well. Man, this guy has been robbed quite a few times.

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I haven't seen the fight yet but when I read the play-by-plays I was pretty surprised to see it was a split decision instead of unanimous. I think it is wierd and funny how all of Guida's fights end in split decisions. He must have some kind of record for that or something.
The play-by-plays are basically dead on. The entire fight was dominated by Guida and to think that someone thought Aurelio actually won that fight is beyond ridiculous.
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Did you watch it on UFC on deamnd or did someone post it and if so what site. Not asking for a link just where you viewed the video at. im axnious to see it cause im from Tinley park illinois and Guida has earned himself a spot in my favorites.

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I think that the judging is horribly inconsistent. It almost seems like there are two many elements in MMA for a judge to possiby judge a close fight accurately.

Guida keeps getting shit on by the judges, I think it was Pellegrino who did well against Stevenson in the first round, yet Stevenson got 30-27 by two of the three judges. It was pretty shitty. They seriously need to do something about the judging in MMA.


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Yea He should have won the Griffin fight too...



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Ive been saying for awhile they need to tweak the judging system. MMA just isnt good for round by round scoring systems. They need to look at the whole fight as a whole and make their decisions based on that.

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I'm gonna have to agree that Guida has been robbed more than a couple times. I really wanna see Huerta vs. Guida. Two guys who just keep pushing the pace throughout the entire fight.
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I think that the judging is horribly inconsistent. It almost seems like there are two many elements in MMA for a judge to possiby judge a close fight accurately.

Guida keeps getting shit on by the judges, I think it was Pellegrino who did well against Stevenson in the first round, yet Stevenson got 30-27 by two of the three judges. It was pretty shitty. They seriously need to do something about the judging in MMA.
Yea I had to pick my jaw up off the ground after hearing the scores on that Stevenson fight. I was rooting for Joe and I figured he would get the nod since he is a TUF champ but to score it 30-27 by 2 judges is absurd.
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