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Bloody Elbow's robot analyzes Jones vs Gustafsson

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  1. Toco Steel Belt

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    Basically its a robot that picks up FightMetric's stats and analyzes in a certain way. The second link in the end of the thread explain it more detailed.

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    The theme of every round was essentially this: Jones landed more power shots, Gus missed more power shots, Gus landed more jabs (except in the 2nd) and Gus missed more jabs. Gus was more active but also inefficient, especially with power.

    Gus focused his activity to the head. Judges, of course, like it when your strikes connect but they also tend to value all misses to the head and power misses to the body. In round 1, Gus missed 11 head jabs to Jones' 4, 11 head power shots to Jones' 3 and 5 power shots to the body to Jones' zero. Mostly similar numbers held in rounds 2 and 3.

    So did Gus' activity mess with our heads? RoboJudge thinks maybe so in round 1. Here's the report for a typical MMA judge.


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    http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2015/1/2...-165-robojudge-jon-jones-alexander-gustafsson

    http://www.bloodyelbow.com/2014/12/...c-robojudge-hendricks-gsp-lawler-title-fights
     
  2. kennythekoala White Belt

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    Does this mean skynet is live?
     
  3. Luger Rabbi of Platinum Nation Banned

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    Stupid robot.
    It is going to take a while for them to take over this planet.
     
  4. Phisher Gold Belt

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    The robot is obviously biased-against not Americans like the rest of the media that scored the fight for Jones.
     
  5. FactsAndTruth Orange Belt

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    This is pretty cool... except where's rounds 4 and 5?
     
  6. olingobingo Orange Belt

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    Using fight metric for anything is already a bad start.
     
  7. Rusk Black Belt

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    it says opponents face didn't got damaged

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  8. Damien88 White Belt

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    Ya under Jones name... meaning Gus's face is fine.
     
  9. Rusk Black Belt

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    So this is the result of 1 round?

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  10. Wrapup Purple Belt

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    Jones is prepping for an MRI in that pic as he hurt his foot kicking Gus in the head, that damage could have come from any of the five rounds.
     
  11. Rusk Black Belt

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    well the robot didn't says anything about that, so it is not true :wink:








    My point is that some things cant be measured objectively (with numbers etc). Not saying that Gus won the fight, i just saying that trusting a robot is bs.
     
  12. capnlarge Silver Belt

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    On January 4, 2015 at 07:19 PM Eastern Time, Bloody Elbow becomes self-aware.
     
  13. One Inch Punch Purple Belt

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    Don't worry. Most power sources require human labour so without human action they will quickly run out of power
     
  14. estranged Red Belt

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    cool shit
     
  15. ligthandshadow Red Belt

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    I watched the fight with a bunch of people, they were certain Gus won... I said it really comes down to how each round is scored and some of the rounds were close and very subjective.

    You don't need a robot to play the numbers in favor of a few statistics to say that Jones won the fight... Jones landed a ton and had Gus rattled more than once, the same as Gus really cracked Jones hard early and Jones ego seemed to take over and he paid for it with more cracking.

    It was a great fight, one of the best in MMA, and scoring is far more subjective than numbers can show.
     

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