Judges- All it would take is roughly 10-15 educated judges to really change the number of bad decisions in a year. Sure some would still be debateable, but only the real close ones. I doubt we'd have more Hammill/Bisping and Garcia/Phan type of outcomes with that many more educated judges.
LnP-I have no problem with a dominate wrestler, what I have a problem with is a dominate wrestler who doesnt attempt to pass, and hardly attempts to strike. Theres lots of things that could fix this. More abrupt stand ups, yellow cards, more strikes on the ground, or a simple money bonus for finishing a fight. LnP kinda goes hand in hand with my other pet peev.
Fighters not giving it their all- I may be alone on this, but I hate when a fight goes to a decision, and one fighter, usually the winner isn't even sweating. I mean come on dude, you trained for how many months? I had to watch you sweat and train your ass off on Spike for the last 2 weeks and then you get in there and win, congrats. But you do it without breaking a sweat? Why not turn up the heat on your opponent and go in for the kill?
Long time in between fighters fighting- I'll give the secondary orgs a break here. But an org like the UFC has so much talent under contract that they could have 2-3 cards every month! I know injurys happen, but I hate when a fighter wins without a scratch and doesnt fight again for 5-6 months. (I love seeing fighters take fights back to back)
SF, DW, steroids and everything else is just growing pains right now IMO.
If they fix the bad decisions that happen to go the distance, try to make the fights as exciting as possible, and keep stacked cards rolling, MMA will do just fine.
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