Solized...

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  1. genecop Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Let’s at least immortalize the judge..from this day forward any robbery will be officially named SOLIZED..
     
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    I'll pass.....
     
  3. Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    People's definition of "robbery" has suddenly become extremely exaggerated.

    It was a close fight, and the decision might have gone Reyes way, but it went go Jones instead...

    The end. Rematch impending.

    "Never leave it in the judges hands"

    <JonesDXSuckIt>
     
  4. genecop Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Agreed, but do you think Jones took 4 rounds..?
     
  5. Can’t Handle My Riddum Blue Belt

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    It just doesn’t roll off the tongue, mate.

    It’s a good try though.
     
  6. Leonard Haid Minimalist Living the Illusory Dream

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    Too late. There's already a term - Adalaided.
     
  7. Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    Not in a million years. 1+2 Reyes, 3 50/50, 4+ 5 Jones.

    Doesn't mean it was a "robbery" though.
     
  8. Arqueto Luminous beings are we.....not this crude matter

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    How about Shadolized?

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  9. genecop Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    I agree, my reference to Be Solized was specific to his scoring not the fight outcome. I think Jones eeked it out.
     
  10. Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    So... You think Jones won but you want "robberies" to be named after the judge that scored him highly anyway?

    {<huh}
     
  11. genecop Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    The Soliz name represents inaccurate judging....If I fighter loses due to inaccurate judging..Soliz personifies it regardless of the fact that Jones won..
     
  12. Buff Trash Belt Degenerate

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    It does labour your point slightly though, that you think Jones won... Know what I mean, sherbro?
     
  13. locust rising The mirror collapses but the image does not

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  14. MeatWagon06 Postponed Indefinitely

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    All 3 judges gave it to Jones though. So it didn’t really come down to the retardancy changing the outcome.

    Also it’s Solis on the scorecard no Z.
     
  15. San Griente Purple Belt

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    How about “a soliz-ball decision.”
     
  16. SeattleFightFan Steel Belt

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    Your sherdog born on date was prior to Edgar v Penn I.

    Surely you remember that Edgar 50-45 score.

    It was exponentially more outlandish than Jones 49-46.

    So maybe we should call it "Crosbitized", eh?

    But for whatever reason, this one today seems to have more traction than that one did then. My guess is that in the last 10 years, general short term internet outrage has just become more prevalent throughout our entire culture, and it really has nothing to do with Douglas Crosby, Frankie Edgar, BJ Penn, Reyes, Jones or Joe Soliz.
     

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