Awesome fight, especially the first round. How did you guys score it? On first viewing, I had it a draw at 10:10. Watching a 2nd time with the sound off, here's what I had: 1) First minute: both guys throw wildly, landing some shots, Silva gets a TD (nearly spiking Brown on his head), Brown scrambles out, gets his liver kicked in, Silva on top raining punches, sets up the crank/RNC. Advantage Silva. 2) 2nd minute: Brown fighting off the sub, sub looks almost sunk in a couple of times; Advantage Silva. 3) 3rd minute: bit of a stalemate on the ground; Brown out of danger, but Silva still has his back. Advantage Silva. 4) 4th minute: Brown gets back up, throws many unanswered shots on the feet; some are blocked and some miss, but a good number lands; Silva is backpedaling; Brown throws Silva to the ground. Advantage Brown. 5) 5th minute: Brown throws and lands more, throws Silva to the ground one more time and gets a TD at the end of the round. Silva lands a few shots, but is mostly covering up/backpedaling. Advantage Brown. Overall, on 2nd viewing, I gave the round to Silva with a very close 10-9. I realize that rounds aren't judged on a minute-by-minute basis. I also realize there are diffetent schools of thought as to what constitutes a winning effort (some place more emphasis on rewarding the fighter who came closest to finishing the fight; some care more about power shots/top control time on the ground, etc). I'm curious how my fellow Sherdoggers scored this, and what they based the score on.