Seems to me that this had to be some sort of mix-up on the part of the judges. Did one or two of them score their points for the wrong fighter? Rounds 2 and 3 were close, so this is NOT the typical cry of "robbery" when what really happened was a close fight that somewhat slightly should have or could have gone the other way. In Round 1, Reneau knocked ES down and had her reeling before letting up. At the end of the round, Reneau locked in a tight chock and ES appeared to have been saved by the bell. This appears to have been the only round that could have been a 10-8 for either fighter. So, how did one judge award the fight 30-27 for ES if Round 1 was dominant for Reneau? More puzzling and troubling is, how did another judge award the fight 29-27 for ES? That means this judge scored, either round 2 or 3, as a 10-8 for Evans-Smith. I didn't see anything close to a dominant 10-8 round for ES. Certainly not one that compares to what Reneau managed in Round 1. So it really begs the question as to whether a scoring mistake occurred. Crazier things have happened. Unfortunately for Reneau, this was just a prelim fight with not much fanfare, so I don't know if anyone else noticed!