I picked up on a comment I read earlier, something along the lines of... "Judges dont get to rewatch/re-score, we do" I think few would argue against the possible benefits in accuracy rewatching a fight and scoring it again: you can judge things more clearly, notice if certain shots are actually effective, pick up on crucial nuances etc etc. So would it be beneficial to have a system in place where a independent adjudicator(s) (seperate to the panel of judges) could call for a "recount" which is essentially a rescoring. Judges who actually determine someones career only get one crack at getting it right, seems a little crazy really. PROS Makes for more accurate scoring in close fights Removes crowd reaction as possible means of affecting how strikes are scored CONS Slows down revealing the winner. (feel free to add to the pros and cons list) I've always felt in any sport, if a grievance over a referee/judges decision can be immediately reprimanded (through video replay for instance) then it should be, regardless of how much it "slows the game" But I guess human error (or perceived human error) adds to the drama of sport so it's all swings and roundabouts really.