I see what you are doing, but I think it can't be done.
1) Software to capture all this does not exists today. Heck, even compu-strike changes the stats greatly after the fight because the angles & etc are almost impossible to calculate.
Also, not everything is equal. Someone might punch another fighter 10 times and he doesn't feel. Then Second fighter counter-punches and the first one feels it.
Yet the first fighter is winning because of the 10 strikes that did no dmg counts for more than 1 that does dmg.
And how do you even calculate dmg? I mesn it greatly vary who throws a punch and who receives. I might shrug a punch that someone else might be KO'd by.
Also, you create more issues than resolve. There would be either a LOT of delays to find out who won, or a lot of decisions that are reversed the next day. It would also ruin the flow of the event (imagine after each fight it would take 20 minutes to calculate who's the winner).
I think that the changes should be more subtle on the way we have already set.
1) make retired fighters be judges
2) Make the points work. it is retarded the way that 10-9 is used for everything but absolute domination. That's not a 10 points system. it's f*cking binary system!
2.a) Perhaps change it to a 5 points system, but then use all 5 numbers, not only 4-5.
3) maybe change to 5 judges. More judges means less possibility of f*ckups.
4) Accountability. If the same judge goes completely against everyone else, he has to explain his action and if not convincing, he'll be replaced.
5) perhaps add the public as one of the judges (Internet vote). if it is out of 5 judges, it would not make/break, and it would not become simply a popularity context.
I don't know. There are countless ways of improving the current system with tweaks rather than a complete change.
The problem is: Is there an incentive to do so? because UFC was only allowed to exists because we changed the rules to abide by the existing system. So I don't even know if the UFC would be willing to change things...
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