Man, the Matthews/Bojan fight was one of those where neither guy deserved to win or lose, and it looked like a 10-10 first, 10-9 Bojan second, and 10-9 Matthews third. Had some money on a draw that would have paid big, why is it so taboo to score a close round even in mma? There's so many split decisions and so often two judges will score rounds for the opposite fighter, is there some pressure on these guys to make up their mind for one fighter or the other and avoid draws at all costs? What's the percentage of draws to split decisions in UFC? I wonder, because if you really think about it either one should be just as likely, close to 50/50, yet in reality it's more like 98/2.