This was brought up in the Rose Namajunas vs Tecia Torres thread where Leto1776 noted that the poll was very lopsided towards Rose... despite Torres having won their first fight and having a better record. Now I'm not saying I know who will win or anything, but would you agree with the thought that maybe Rose's dynamic style has a lot to do with how heavily favored by much of Sherdog she is, when a more dynamic style and the perception of high athleticism that goes with it might not actually be that relevant in determining who is a better fighter? Some other examples - Glover Teixeira vs OSP, the majority who posted about that fight beforehand seemed to favor OSP even though Glover (to me) has a clearly better, more well rounded skillset and of course a better record Miesha Tate vs Sara McMann, the vast majority favored McMann even though Tate seemed to have a better skillset and definitely more accomplished How Forrest is not viewed as that good a fighter by most even though he beat the more dynamic Rampage and Shogun, and was actually beating Rashad before he got finished How Bisping was treated by many like a joke despite being a very proven fighter with good wins How Alexis Davis is treated by many like a joke despite a solid resume and respectable skillset How Weidman was constantly criticized for being 'slow' and 'basic' despite beating more dynamic fighters like Anderson, Vitor and Hall There are no doubt countless other examples but I'm sure you get the gist of it. Fighters who are not perceived as dynamic and/or 'fast' seem to often get the short end of the stick around here. Is a good portion of the MMA fanbase overly biased towards a dynamic style when judging the quality of a fighter?