I don't, it's up to the referees and doctors if a fight needs to be stopped and a fighter needs to be disqualified. I'm just watching a sport, illegal things will happen and I can't control how it affects the result. The fight was allowed to continue and Bisping was winning anyway, not really worth all the drama is it?
End of the day, there are footballers being paid 80 grand a week to train when they feel like it, turn up to a match, run about for 10 minutes, fall over when someone gets within 10 feet of them, then go home to party some more and **** a few more women in a few more hotels.
At least in MMA, when someone does something wrong it's generally because something has hit a nerve and they are emotionally attached to the sport, right or wrong they are doing it with heart.
When I say where do you draw the line, I meant where should the line be drawn not where do you personally draw the line.
No footballer is paid to train for 10mins and fall over in matches while raping people, that's a pointless analogy.
The post fight reactions by Bisping last night, Daley (against Koscheck) and Brock (against Mir) are all wrong regardless of what other sportsmen are paid and do it was wrong. If you really want to compare them to Football then you should look at incidents like Zidane's headbutt during the world cup final and El Haj Diouf and his spitting incidents.
All of these can be chalked up to adrinaline in the heat of the moment also, doesn't mean you can excuse them, they are all wrong. YOu just have to hope they are infrequent and when they do happen they get punished accordingly, which for my money they generally are.
Semtex was cut because what he did was completely out of line, but Bisping and brock were not because what happened with them were not actually that significant in the grand scheme of things (just unsportsman like and classless)
The knee, maybe one point is not enough of a deduction, but that is how the laws dictate it should go down and Rivera was able to continue so everything played out how it should still...but Bisping was silly to risk a DQ in a fight he was clearly in control of, that being said he actually fought a pretty good fight all in all and was well worth the win.
I personally would have liked to see him conduct himself with a little more class and just shake hands at the end safe in the knowledge he had said all that needed to be said with his fists, but as I have said before the sport needs this type of action from time to time to increase interest (who would have even considered watching the Haye/Harrison boxing match recently if they hadn't been running their mouths for weeks prior?)