Ok this is a blatent info and opinion seeking threat. If you don't want to see that then look away now. So I'll start of with a bit of (true) flattery. I posted this in the boxing forum rather than the heavyweights because well intelligent people post here. I have seen far more insight into the whole boxing and MMA thing in this forum than elsewhere. Bascially I have two things I'd like to hear from you guys on:- How did the ten point must system evolve in boxing? In your opinion is it suitable for MMA? I am aware in decisions cause controversy in both sports, and I've tried scoring fights I'm watching at home and it can surprise you when you score each round a seperate little three minute fight. On the latter point my stance is basically one of concern that the ten point must system doesn't seem to work for MMA. As we saw in the Shrek fight if a guy takes you down, and you put him in danger multiple times and get up somehow this doesn't seem to get scored. I'm not sure what the solution is, hence trying to get some info. I know I could do some research but hey I'm at college or anything, kinda left that behind. If you want to take cheap shots feel free, you'll just be ignored. Thanks to any and all genuine contributors.