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not trying to break any rules or anything but just watched the video from Wilson Gouveia interview: Bisping is overrated and Anderson said f**k the fans and they were talking about the hamill bisping fight and this came to mind

p.s i dont mean the most boring decision i mean the WORST scored decision in my opinion its Matt Hamill VS Michael Bisping

Post #1   5/21/09 9:43:34PM   

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Worst decision ever was me buying UFC 97.

Post #2   5/21/09 10:00:47PM   

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Had a feeling Hammil/Bisping would be at the top--although I don't think Matt did a hell of a lot to win that decision. I mean he essentially did what most people despise other fighters for...takedowns and LnP to win a decsion.

The worst "decision" I would say was the TKO victory of Burn over Johnson via eyepoke, but if we're looking by worst scoring decisions by a trio of judges...probably Bas vs Randleman.

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Posted by Wolfenstein

Had a feeling Hammil/Bisping would be at the top--although I don't think Matt did a hell of a lot to win that decision. I mean he essentially did what most people despise other fighters for...takedowns and LnP to win a decsion.

The worst "decision" I would say was the TKO victory of Burn over Johnson via eyepoke, but if we're looking by worst scoring decisions by a trio of judges...probably Bas vs Randleman.



i dunno havent seen the fight in a while ill have to go back and look all i remember is being outraged and feeling that hamill whooped bispings ass i remember some shots on the ground and standing up

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The worst decision in the UFC has to be Bas vs Randleman .

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Posted by UFCmma666


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Had a feeling Hammil/Bisping would be at the top--although I don't think Matt did a hell of a lot to win that decision. I mean he essentially did what most people despise other fighters for...takedowns and LnP to win a decsion.

The worst "decision" I would say was the TKO victory of Burn over Johnson via eyepoke, but if we're looking by worst scoring decisions by a trio of judges...probably Bas vs Randleman.



i dunno havent seen the fight in a while ill have to go back and look all i remember is being outraged and feeling that hamill whooped bispings ass i remember some shots on the ground and standing up



Maybe I'm mixing Rashad vs Bisping a little in my head, as I just watched the fight, and the majority of it was standing. I think it was close though. Round 1 Hammil and Round 3 Bisping with round 2 being the uncertainty. Really not sure, now that I look at it again.

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Posted by Wolfenstein

Had a feeling Hammil/Bisping would be at the top--although I don't think Matt did a hell of a lot to win that decision. I mean he essentially did what most people despise other fighters for...takedowns and LnP to win a decsion.

The worst "decision" I would say was the TKO victory of Burn over Johnson via eyepoke, but if we're looking by worst scoring decisions by a trio of judges...probably Bas vs Randleman.



Burn over Johnson was a joke! With out doubt the worst decision ever! That should be taken off his record.

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The worst decision without a doubt was Bas Ruten vs Kevin Randleman. Bas, who I'm a fan of, was litterally on his back for 20 minutes, and was taken down at will. I could see it being a 30-27(30-26) nowadays, but Bas got the SD. The Hamil fight was bad, but Randleman was robbed of the title (which he would later win), making it the worst.

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Maybe not the worst decision, but definitely an honorable mention would be Tito Ortiz vs Forrest Griffin. It was very close but in most people's minds I think Forrest was robbed.

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Posted by 941_Florida_Boy

Maybe not the worst decision, but definitely an honorable mention would be Tito Ortiz vs Forrest Griffin. It was very close but in most people's minds I think Forrest was robbed.



Tito won that fight FIGHT STATS

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Posted by mentalcase


Posted by 941_Florida_Boy

Maybe not the worst decision, but definitely an honorable mention would be Tito Ortiz vs Forrest Griffin. It was very close but in most people's minds I think Forrest was robbed.



Tito won that fight FIGHT STATS



Well, that's debatable. Even if you give the 1st round a 10-8, it would still be a draw in my book. the fact that one of the judges gave it to Ortiz with a 30-27 score tells me that the judges were sniffing glue in the parking lot prior to the event.

Edit: Something I don't understand about the fightmetric eval is that on one page is says the fight is rated at a 28-28 draw...while another page says that Tito was the winner. According to their judging of a 10-8 for Tito and 2 29-28's for Forrest, technically they are saying it was a draw, so it doesn't really support the fact that Tito won the fight after all.

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Matt Hamill VS Michael Bisping is up there... i've never liked Bisping... he has yet to really come out and dominate a fight, yet he talks more Ish than almost anyone in the UFC (including Dana White)

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Posted by grappler0000


Posted by mentalcase


Posted by 941_Florida_Boy

Maybe not the worst decision, but definitely an honorable mention would be Tito Ortiz vs Forrest Griffin. It was very close but in most people's minds I think Forrest was robbed.



Tito won that fight FIGHT STATS



Well, that's debatable. Even if you give the 1st round a 10-8, it would still be a draw in my book. the fact that one of the judges gave it to Ortiz with a 30-27 score tells me that the judges were sniffing glue in the parking lot prior to the event.

Edit: Something I don't understand about the fightmetric eval is that on one page is says the fight is rated at a 28-28 draw...while another page says that Tito was the winner. According to their judging of a 10-8 for Tito and 2 29-28's for Forrest, technically they are saying it was a draw, so it doesn't really support the fact that Tito won the fight after all.




it clearly say fight matrix winner: Tito Ortiz at the bottom of the last page

and the stats show Tito landed more overall strikes including more power shots to the head

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Posted by 941_Florida_Boy

Maybe not the worst decision, but definitely an honorable mention would be Tito Ortiz vs Forrest Griffin. It was very close but in most people's minds I think Forrest was robbed.



sorry bro have to disagree with you tito won that fight

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Always worth giving Hughes v Newton 1 a mention. Hughes was out first and should not have been give the win IMO.

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