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  1. Krallang Pleb

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    So how much extra recovery time did Bisping get after the knee due to all the confusion?

    Does this compare to stoolgate? I didn't count the time exactly but it felt like he easily had an extra minute to recoup.

    Also how much does the Adrenaline dump Anderson had after believing he won effect the 4th round. It seemed like it took Anderson a couple of minutes to regain his rhythm and gave even more time for bisping to recover.

    I don't see this being discussed very much but it seemed very crucial in determining how this should of gone compared to how it did.
     
  2. El Hombre Blue Belt

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    I have counted. It was 3 min 47 seconds.
     
  3. Gabe Saturdays are for the Boys

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    It's Anderson's own fault. Don't pull a Paul Harris.
     
  4. MMA Silver Belt Platinum Member

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    It was weird. They should've stopped the fight
     
  5. Kahran Tiger Style.

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    Doesn't really compare to Stoolgate because Anderson's the one who gave him that recovery time. Bisping was still on wobbly legs when the 4th started and Silva just decided to circle the round away.
     
  6. Krallang Pleb

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    Damn that was much longer then I thought at first. Regardless of how the fight did turn out that recovery time and the Adrenaline dump definitely played a major role in how the rest of the fight went.
     
  7. austinblair Green Belt

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    3:47?

    Fighter has one minute in between rounds, no?

    Took Bisping an extra 2:47 to recover?

    That's a NC, or forfeiture by Bisping, no?
     
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    If Anderson had got off the fence earlier, Bisping wouldn't have got that extra time.
     
  9. Watch out, people will justify it by saying Bisping didn't get a cutman.
    o____O
     
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    Lol, more like should of DQ Anderson for refusing to get off the fence.
     
  11. mma81 Orange Belt

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    Good try. 47 is a number used by people who make up numbers 47% of the time, try harder.
     
  12. Rav7n Black Belt

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    kneegate...lmfao..
    seriously....

    spider lost and bisping won and im going to bed happy..
    [email protected] muppets.
     
  13. Krallang Pleb

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    Immediately after finding out the fight wasn't stopped Anderson was at the black line ready to keep going. He paced around, drank some water and then his corner was finally allowed in. At this point bisping had been seated on his stool for well over a minute. Bisping remained on his stool well after anderson got back up.

    That was in no way Anderson's fault.
     
  14. LouisBolanos Popcorn tastes good

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    No conspiracy here. Silva did it to himself.

    or did he?

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  15. Helden Platinum Belt

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    Anderson's own fault.. it took them that long to get him off the cage

    Not that it would have mattered since Anderson did nothing in the next round anyway
     
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  17. thesharktank Brown Belt

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    Immediately after? Ref made it clear right away the fight wasn't stopped. Anderson got told about 4 times before he stopped celebrating. There was never a signal otherwise.
     
  18. bakana White Belt

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    The majority of the extra time bisping had was due to Silva jumping around and staying on top of the fence. Not a ..gate at all, poor judgement by Silva.
     
  19. Krallang Pleb

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    Anderson walked away from a crumpled Bisping, Herb should of immediately went to Anderson and not have someone else tell him to get ready for the next round.

    Anderson looked back and there were UFC officials and the doctors surrounding Bisping.

    Herb just kinda stood there.

    There were tons of small mistakes that basically lead to a whole lot of recovery time for Bisping.
     
  20. Kahran Tiger Style.

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    Are you kidding here or what? Anderson was celebrating for about 3-4 minutes while Herb was yelling at him that the fight wasn't over, he just decided to ignore him.
     

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