I totally agree. However, fi that is the case, people shouldn't come on here and rip apart judge decisions, no matter how much they disagree with it. I wanted to throw my T.V out the window when Tito's hand got raised against Forrest Griffin, even though everyone else in the house (Which were all Tito fans) agreed with the decision. I'm sure that for whatever reason, a lot of people thought John Alessio beat Diego Sanchez, despite the fact he had no offense the entire fight, and wanted to throw their T.V's out of the window as well. Instead we come on here and say incredibly unintelligent things such as "John Allesio was robbed!" or we buy a ticket and boo the winner of the fight. It is all equivilant to Ben Wallace sitting at one end of the court, bitching to the referee that he was fouled on the last play, meanwhile the rest of the two teams are down at the other end of the court without him. We whine about things that cannot be helped, and in turn it makes us look stupid at times.
But that's America, we have the right to speak our minds. Because of that, we do so on a constant basis. Much to that chagrin of anyone who disagrees.
(Wow, not sure if that rant had anything to do with the topic, but it's 3:35 a.m so I'm typing out of my ass at the moment, i'll probably read it and feel like a moron tomorrow morning)
"If there's a little blood, people like to see blood, it makes it interesting." - Forrest Griffin