So there is always this ongoing talk about our scoring system, especially after decisions, draws, split-decision. So I am thinking about the validity of judging the damage by how the person takes it. What I mean here is how the person reacts to it, is his head snapping back, his movement changes, his face gets bloodied, he grimaces, he gets rocked, whether he becomes timid. It's all no doubt to some extent already taken into account by judges, but I want these maybe subconscious elements to be given prominance and construct even better understanding of damage. Some fighters can be hit as hard by a fighter in their division as anyone, but themselves as individual people show different response to it, both physicaly and psychologically. They can be hurt mentally, and when a decisions decides the outcome of war, it also takes into account many other aspects besides the battles.