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48-46 Cody is the correct scoring of the fight.

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by The Young Wolf, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. The Young Wolf Purple Belt

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    Round 1 - close but Cody got the better of the exchanges and landed the better shots

    Round 2 - Dom edged this one out. Another close round but I gave it to Dom.

    Round 3 - clear Cody round. Terrific footwork and striking. I think this was the round that Cody got that super athletic change of direction take down.

    Round 4 - this one was a clear 10-8. Cody dominated the round and dropped Cruz multiple times. Probably the worst round of Doms career.

    Round 5 - Dom won this just going for broke. Cody wasn't mounting much offensive and just wanted to run out the clock.

    Anyone calling this fight a draw or a Cruz win is insane. Cody fought the best fight of his life last night. Was amazing to watch
     
  2. AceCooch Ace Land

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    I agree. 10-8 is always sketchy nowadays with what constitutes, but I agree with your analysis
     
  3. The Young Wolf Purple Belt

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    Yeah I'm weary of giving it 10-8's also but this is as clear of one as I saw personally
     
  4. thehighking Red Belt

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    Ya I wasn't exactly counting the score but I remember being surprised at one judges score. I only remember Cruz winning one round
     
  5. Arm Barbarian Titanium Belt Platinum Member

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    Had it 3 -2 overall, with one being a 10-8, so no arguments from me.
     
  6. The Young Wolf Purple Belt

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    He definitely won the fifth. The second one was a close round but i begrudgingly gave it to Dom as well. The 4th was brutal for him though. All cody
     
  7. Lord Grey Purple Belt

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    If someone scored round 1, which you admit was close, for Cruz and scored the others as you did, then it would be a draw . . . but that person would be "insane"?

    Personally, I had the same score you did, but gave round 1 to Cruz and 2 to Garbrandt.
     
  8. AP_RESURRECTION Steel Belt

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    sounds right to me also
     
  9. thehighking Red Belt

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    Sounds like the proper score then. When a round is close you have to imagine it could go either way. Which round did Cody land that well timed takedown?
     
  10. datfnguy Black Belt

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    Definitely the right call and score. Round 4 was far and wide the worst round of Dom's career. Even when Faber beat him he didn't drop him multiple times, drop his hands dodge the shit out of his punches and then breakdance in front of him.
     
  11. datfnguy Black Belt

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    Cruz took the second and fifth, but Anderson Silva... I mean Cody lit him up in the 4th for an easy 10-8
     
  12. Conor12345 Banned Banned

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    After a rewatch, Cruz won 1, 2, and 5. Even if 4 was a 10-8 that's a draw and the champion wins by default. So Cruz won, but I don't care either way.
     
  13. Rod Farva War Big Nog!

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    If you score round 4 10-9 or give Round 1 to Cruz it really changes things. Judges almost always give the close rounds to the champion
     
  14. The Young Wolf Purple Belt

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    He did not win both the first and the second
     
  15. OrigFan255 Black Belt

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    Then explain the Hendo-Bisping scoring.

    Very similar BUT, they all gave it to active Mike.
     
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    It would be ridiculous if the judges didn't give Cody round 4 as a 10-8. 4 knockdowns where the guys almost ko'd stiff? That's plenty.
     
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    49-45 on my card
     
  18. IngaVovchanchyn Plutonium Belt Platinum Member

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    First off, I agree, that was the worst round of Dom's career. But as a side note, didn't Faber drop Dom multiple times in their second fight? It's been years since I've seen it, but I thought faber dropped Dom two or three times.
     
  19. datfnguy Black Belt

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    He definitely dropped him, but he didn't play with his food the way Cody did. Cody was laughing at him, doing Silva's matrix, and laughing at him. Shit the kid even did a breakdance routine. Faber didn't quite do that.
     
  20. datfnguy Black Belt

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    I gave him marks for he dance routine too.
     

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