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    Quote Originally Posted by Leucoethiops View Post
    How non-sequitur is your observation.
    How try-hard pseudo-intellectual was your comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leucoethiops View Post
    How non-sequitur is your observation.
    Snigs non-sequiturs are mandated.

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    GSP landed many strikes... many non-damaging strikes, that is. Significance > Volume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPeezy View Post
    Snigs non-sequiturs are mandated.
    You know you love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    How try-hard pseudo-intellectual was your comment.
    Uh oh, the undergrad is offended by academic colloquialisms when he's not the one using them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    GSP landed many strikes... many non-damaging strikes, that is. Significance > Volume.
    Hendricks got the volume of strikes at 142 to 125. Hendricks landed more strikes in every round but the 2nd.
    http://blog.fightmetric.com/2013/11/...icial-ufc.html

    Fightmetric gives the fight to Hendricks: 48-47 / 364 - 315 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    GSP landed many strikes... many non-damaging strikes, that is. Significance > Volume.
    14. Judging


    All bouts will be evaluated and scored by 3 judges who shall evaluate the contest from different location around the ring/fighting area. The referee may not be one of the 3 judges.
    The 10-Point Must System will be the standard system of scoring a bout. Under the 10-Point Must Scoring System, 10 points must be awarded to the winner of the round and 9 points or less must be awarded to the loser, except for a rare even round, which is scored (10-10).
    Judges shall evaluate mixed martial arts techniques, such as effective striking, effective grappling, control of the ring/fighting area, effective aggressiveness and defense.
    Evaluations shall be made in the order in which the techniques appear in (c) above, giving the most weight in scoring to effective striking, effective grappling, control of the fighting area and effective aggressiveness and defense.
    Effective striking is judged by determining the total number of legal strikes landed by a contestant.
    Effective grappling is judged by considering the amount of successful executions of a legal takedown and reversals. Examples of factors to consider are take downs from standing position to mount position, passing the guard to mount position, and bottom position fighters using an active threatening guard.
    Fighting area control is judged by determining who is dictating the pace, location and position of the bout. Examples of factors to consider are countering a grappler's attempt at takedown by remaining standing and legally striking, taking down an opponent to force a ground fight, creating threatening submission attempts, passing the guard to achieve mount, and creating striking opportunities.
    Effective aggressiveness means moving forward and landing a legal strike.
    Effective defense means avoiding being struck, taken down or reversed while countering with offensive attacks.
    The following objective scoring criteria shall be utilized by the judges when scoring a round:
    a round is to be scored as a 10-10 round when both contestants appear to be fighting evenly and neither contestant shows clear dominance in a round;
    a round is to be scored as a 10-9 round when a contestant wins by a close margin, landing the greater number of effective legal strikes, grappling and other maneuvers;
    a round is to be scored as a 10-8 round when a contestant overwhelmingly dominates by striking or grappling in a round.
    a round is to be scored as a 10-7 round when a contestant totally dominates by striking or grappling in a round.
    Judges shall use a sliding scale and recognize the length of time the fighters are either standing or on the ground, as follows:
    if the mixed martial artists spent a majority of a round on the canvas, then:
    Effective grappling is weighed first; and
    Effective striking is then weighed
    If the mixed martial artists spent a majority of a round standing, then:
    Effective striking is weighed first; and
    Effective grappling is then weighed
    A round is to be scored as a 10-8 round when a contestant overwhelmingly dominates by striking or grappling in a round.
    If a round ends with a relatively even amount of standing and canvas fighting, striking and grappling are weighed equally.

    Bolded for significance in this fight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPeezy View Post
    Effective striking is judged by determining the total number of legal strikes landed by a contestant.
    Bolded for significance in this fight...
    So Hendricks won this fight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    So Hendricks won this fight?
    Not if he got out-struck in 3 rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    So Hendricks won this fight?
    Without a doubt.

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