Reyes thought he had won the fight after 4 rounds, coasted the 5th and lost. Ala Hendricks. On one hand you have got to feel sorry for Dom, he clearly has an argument for winning the first 3 rounds. That said, it was never a given. How poor MMA judges are is hardly a well kept secret, but regardless, it was debatable. What I saw in the 5th round was a fighter in the most important round of his life, sitting back. Exhausted, obviously, but he sat it out. Just like Hendricks. This seems to be a mental thing for challengers, not finishing championship rounds strongly. I think he mentally lost the fight in that round. Both on the score cards and the overall fight in the literal sense of the word. Granted, Jones was the fresher fighter so maybe (probably most likely) he would never have been able to win the final round, but something doesn't sit right with me when challengers like Hendricks and Reyes, fighting two of the most dominant champions in the sport, try to 'just do enough'. I beleive this was a show of a little lack of experience, certainly championship level experience. To me that's a great lesson for all fighters, especially challengers and one I would expect Reyes to learn from. It cost Hendricks' career alot. It'll be interesting to see if Dom ever gets back into that position again.