I mean, yeah Bisping landed more and was pushing forward 100% of the time - but the amount of damage he inflicted was nowhere near the calibur that Anderson dished out WHEN he DID dish it out. Very frustrating to watch Silva only commit a few number of times, and he did very well when he did. WHY did he not continue to batter Bisping with those kicks, I'll never understand.. honestly he could have got the KO finish... In fact at one point he DID knock him out. He KNOCKED HIM OUT, and still lost. Biggest wtf fight I may have seen at least in recent mma memory. The reason why I believe it to be a draw is that many of the rounds could have gone either way to be honest. Bisping's strikes were fairly solid but not that great. Silva just didn't put as much output as he should have, yet like I said, when he did you could see glimpses of his former brilliance. It was a really tough fight to call - however I think it remains unfinished and would gladly see them go at it again. Agree? Disagree? Do you think this should have been declared a draw? And despite the frustrations in this fight it was pretty entertaining I'll give them that. Props to Bisping for pushing forward even through moments of hell. Many guys would have just given up even at the end of R3 - I've seen guys go down like that and just call it quits. Also the end of the fight was very frustrating because to me it seemed Silva beleived he had already won, and was just doing whatever he needed to do to get to the bell. No sense of urgency whatsoever. And when Silva gets in that urgency mode he looks next to unstoppable. We need more of that. the 5-10% of the fight Silva is a fucking beast.