Results for: judges in news

  • 19 hours ago
  • 1 views
  • News

Referee Herb Dean will oversee the flyweight title fight between Demetrious Johnson and Chris Cariaso at UFC 178. read news >>

  • 3 days ago
  • 8 views
  • News

UFC light-heavyweight competitor Phil Davis revealed that he is legitimately worried Glover Teixeira’s home-field advantage when they meet at UFC 179 in Brazil. Phil Davis does not mind fighting in hostile territory. However, he is concerned that apart from the chants of the boisterous Brazilian crowd, he will have to deal with a bad decision from biased judges when he faces Glover Teixeira in the co-main event of UFC 179 in October. This is not to suggest that Davis is not excited about the mat read news >>

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 views
  • News

Don't leave it in the .. oh what's the point. Top Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight contender, Phil Davis, knows a thing or two about judges' decisions, having battled his way to the scorecards in his last three fights. It's not unreasonable to think Davis, a decorated collegiate wrestler, will make it four straight when taking on the dangerous Glover Teixeira in the co-main event of UFC 179, which takes place on Oct. 27, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. But will he get a fai read news >>

  • 4 days ago
  • 33 views
  • News

Lauren Murphy hit Sara McMann a whopping 193 times last night in Bangor, Maine, banging her about the head over and over again over the course of fifteen minutes. McMann, in return, scored less than one-third as many blows, a relatively paltry 64 punches landing cleanly on her opponent. On paper, with just those stats in hand, you'd expect an easy decision win. The blitzkrieg from Murphy was never-ending—in fact, she landed a strike every 4.66 seconds. But when the decision was read, McMann's na read news >>

  • 5 days ago
  • 3 views
  • News

BANGOR, Maine – Ross Pearson refused to let judges get involved in his fight with Gray Maynard, stopping the two-time lightweight title challenger with a well-timed combination in the second round.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 13 days ago
  • 1 views
  • News

Elvis Mutapcic has only needed input from the judges five times over the course of his 16-fight career. If there’s one thing he does know, he says it’s that no fight is ever completely even.Filed under: MMA Rumors, MMAjunkie Radio, News, WSOF read news >>

  • 25 days ago
  • 68 views
  • News

The judges were right to hand Robbie Lawler the unanimous decision victory, but what they couldn’t tell us was just how much of a pleasant surprise Matt Brown’s performance was.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
  • 19 views
  • News

DUBLIN -- Trevor Smith talks about whether he was confident the judges would give him the nod at UFC Fight Night 46, being disappointed with his performance against Tor Troeng, the enthusiasm of the Irish crowd, his bet with Troeng, the origin of his nickname, and more. read news >>

  • a month ago
  • 47 views
  • News

LAS VEGAS -- Sarah Moras talks about hearing the scores of her fight with Alexis Dufresne at the TUF 19 Finale, her opponent missing weight, her walkout dance, making her UFC debut, cheesecake, and more. read news >>

  • a month ago
  • 59 views
  • News

It didn't take long after the judges announced Chris Weidman had retained his belt for Vitor Belfort to call out the champion. Following his unanimous decision win over Lyoto Machida, Weidman was the target of a Belfort Twitter call out for a title shot. If you remember, Belfort was supposed to be in the UFC 175 main event opposite Weidman, but he was flagged for high testosterone levels in a pre-fight screening and subsequently removed from the main event. Belfort, who has challenged for the ti read news >>

  • a month ago
  • 41 views
  • News

There are a lot of discussions going on as to how to fix the judging problems in MMA today. By and large, the judging of many fights is simply below the efforts of the fighters, who deserve much better. This isn’t a dismissive accusation. There are a lot of good judges out there, but by and large it seems that far too often a close fight is apt to be scored wrong. One obvious answer would be for the commissions to recruit, train and employ a group of retired fighters as judges. This is an idea t read news >>

<< Previous PageNext Page >>

Show results for:

Jump to:

<< Previous PageNext Page >>