Anderson lures people in and counter punches. There were really 2 exchanges that Anderson pushed but the rest was him trying to bait Cote, Cote knew it and didn't buy it. Anderson wins because the opponents start to get confident and let him setup for the kill, that's why fight went so long, Cote didn't take the bait and he didn't let him get set up. I honestly think Anderson just respected him too much and that's why we saw what we did, when he was waving his hands around he was trying to get him to look at them so he could kick. When he was running he was trying to get Cote to chase so he could setup up a flurry of punches. It was all part of his game, it's how he fights, damn shame how it ended though.