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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-23-2007, 08:51 AM Thread Starter
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Question Why did one judge gve the fight to Liddell?

Same goes with Sanchez-Fitch. Why did one judge give the fight to Sanchez? Was it the same judge who gave the fight to Liddell? Hmmm. I predicted Sanchez, Shogun, and Liddell as the winners (shows how graet I am in making predictions), but even I can see that Fitch and Jardine should have won unanimous decisions. Did the Judge(s) see a different fight from what I saw? Some might say Sanchez did more submisson attempts, but I still think Fitch won at leaast two of the three rounds. But with Liddell, I ddin't se him one even one round.

This is truly the year of upsets. Upsets that I both wanted and did not want to see.

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Some would say Diego won the first round because of his agreesion, since neither fighter did anything else noteworthy and the third because of his submission attempts being the only thing in the fight that nearly ended it. With Liddell, other than the constant leg kicks, outside of r.2 he didn't really do anything noteworthy other than dodge Chucks shots. Although I still gave Jardine that fight I guess I can understand some giving it to Liddell. That's the best explanation I can come up with.

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Physical condition can do it too. Liddell opened up Jardine, and one judge may have taken that into consideration. That is my best guess.
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No judge or anyone can say Chuck won that fight. Come on watch the damn thing he got beat the hell up. 1 twack job judge gives it to him? What if there was 2 twack job judges for a fight?
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No judge or anyone can say Chuck won that fight. Come on watch the damn thing he got beat the hell up. 1 twack job judge gives it to him? What if there was 2 twack job judges for a fight?
Yeah, it would've been pretty bad if Chuck somehow got the decision. Especially considering he got booed for raising his hands at the end of the fight.



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