Worst decision by judges in UFC history that you can remember?

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  1. JOLLYjoe

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    I'd have to rewatch Bisping vs Sonnen and Bisping vs Hammil.
    Maybe Machida vs Shogun 1.
     
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    I remember that. Even during the "match highlights" at the end where they needed to show where Bisping excelled, it was clips of him just sprawling on takedowns.

    That's probably gotta be the worst one in recent memory, and fairly well known guys. 30-27's both ways? Ridiculous.

    Some undercard travesties that sometimes slip memory are Prazeres beating Lazaro on the TUF Latin 2 Finale and Holbrook over Nijem on Dilly-Barao 2.

    If we're not including UFC, that Manhoef Carvalho disaster at Bellator was fucking pathetic. That's got to be one of the worst robberies of all time
     
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    Also wasn't a fan of the Condit vs. Lawler decision
     
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    I guess it all depends on how you see it yourself, which is one of the aspects I love about MMA. But I agree with you that Jones def. Gus.. Hendricks vs. St Pierre to me was a terrible decision, Hendricks belted him into retirement. Even GSP knew it.
     
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    I haven't personally watched it but I remember people being up in arms about Tim Boetsch vs C.B. Dollaway
     
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    Leonard Garcia vs Opponent... 30-27 :eek:
     
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    There s a couple involving Lenard Garcia. We went out for a smoke after Bisping-Hamill too, that was some kind of joke
     
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    When it comes to very significant fights, this is the one that stands out. Shogun won that fight, and put a huge stamp on it when he brutally finished him in the second fight.
     
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    We'll have to agree to disagree on the GSP Hendricks fight MIC,
    I think GSP was going to retire no matter the outcome.
     
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    Gsp got his ass handed to him. The best indication of who won the fight, was the reaction from both fighters. It was evident to all, who are not biased.
     
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    lil nog over rashad evans was a complete and blatant robbery
    @sniper
     
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    what he gets for going for the takedown
     
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    Matcheeta decision win over Anders
     
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    I agree. Bisping vs Hammil was the biggest robbery in UFC history.
     
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    Yeah that was. I remember Henderson only winning the first and Edgar 2-5 easy.
     
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    Gomi/Sanchez
     
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    Machida vs. Shogun 1. Machida was even surprised by his reaction- that he won the fight. Everyone thought he lost it, including his own team. Awful decision, since Machida was declared the winner by UD. Shogun did avenge that loss though in a clear manner.
     
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    Bisping might have actually received 3 of the worst ones ever. At least 2 imo.

    He didn’t lose a single 10-8 round between rounds 1 and 2 of his 2nd Hendo fight and round 3 of the Anderson fight.

    I’ll never understand how he could win a decision against Henderson after those first 2 rounds.
     
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    Kampmann vs Sanchez
    Holloway vs Bermudez
    Garcia vs Phan
     
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    Brilz vs lil nog
     

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