So we have a ref getting fired for letting a fight go way too long last week - I don't disagree with the decision, that guy did a terrible job although I feel Gifford's corner are equally to blame - And then this week he have a ref being brought to the commission and questioned for letting a fight end too early, apparently. Refs make mistakes, they always will, and it's much easier to judge their split second decisions in hindsight, but is it fair to reprimand them for the choices they make in the moment? A boxing approach to reffing would kill MMA, too strict, too quick to stop fights, but is there a suitable middle ground? We have seen too many come back from near death performances to jump in when a fighter is rocked, but at the same time the way some fights go it's clear things aren't going to get any better for certain fighters in certain fights. Should more pressure be put on corners to call fights?