Fighters who got screwed by the judges the most?

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  1. SirKratos

    SirKratos Silver Belt

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    Jacare - I feel like he got robbed in both of his #1 contender fights (Romero and Kelvin), sucks to be him

    Thompson - Could have easily gotten the nod on at least one of the 2 Woodley fights, and then there is the Till fight ofc

    Dillashaw - He didn't get robbed very often but he would have been on a legendary GOAT-worthy run if the judges were watching the Cruz fight with two eyes

    Hendricks maybe.

    Who else comes to mind?
     
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    SanShou CTEGod Bless you on the way to CTECity

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    Asian brother gets no love
     
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    Condit should have been undisputed welterweight champion capping off a remarkable career.
     
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    My first thought was Martin Kampmann.
     
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    Wonderboy in the Till fight. The crowd helped sway the judges imo.
     
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    romero vs whittaker 2

    bisping vs hendo 2
     
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    Condit in the fight against Ruthless
     
  10. ThoseAreMyShoes

    ThoseAreMyShoes Blue Belt

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    None of them ya goofs!

    Don't leave it to the judges.
    Get in there, rock em sock and get cte.
     
  11. jei

    jei Danger Zone Admin Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    Hasn't Masvidal lost the most split decisions in UFC history?
     
  12. Bend NvR Break

    Bend NvR Break Order to Chaos. Chaos to Order.

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    Rewatched that fight a few days ago. WB didn't land as many strikes as I thought he did when I originally watched the fight. Till stayed a hair's length out of WB's range most of the fight.
     
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    Martin Kampmann is a great pick as someone else said.

    I'd throw in Ross Pearson.
     
  14. gono btw

    gono btw Rounds...

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    Tough 2 score fights, obviously:

    Ronin, 3 Split [vs Hendo, Renzo, Takase]

    Arona :split dec vs Wand, and @ the end of the 2nd Round vs Fedor: Draw-Draw-Arona (tough to score indeed)
     
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    moreorless87 Disarming Posting

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    Honestly though the way Wonderboy fights makes me have relatively little sympathy with him when he loses close decisions.
     
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    Michael Bisping vs Matt Hamill, UFC 75 September 8, 2007 held in LONDON. Utter robbery.

    That's the decision I'm still saltiest about. Bisping got handled by Hamill, even outstruck. That was the first decision that really made me question the legitimacy of the commission's judges.

    Bisping was this big UK personality coming off of the TUF win, and I'm sure the UFC wanted to expand internationally back then. One of the few fights I truly think was gifted by the judges.
     
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    Close fights do not equal a robbery just because the guy you were cheering for lost.

    Nam Phan against Garcia 1 was bad.
    Chase Beebe vs Mike Easton is the ultimate robbery.
    Benson vs Thomson was pretty fucking bad.
     
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    Those are all close fights, I really hope someday people can distinguish that concept. Someday...
     
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    Just to clear this up: Are we talking about fighters who got screwed the most up in one particular fight, or fighters who suffered more than one screw up?
     
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