I always see "fans" blaming the fighter with top control for a boring fight, but why doesn't anyone ever blame the fighter on bottom? People criticize fighters like Okami for not taking risks on top due to the fact that they could lose their position. But, I've never seen anyone say that about the fighter on bottom. The same rules apply, if the fighter on bottom tries to perform a sweep or submission, they're giving their opponent and opportunity to advance their position or get a submission of their own. If you guys are going to blame Okami for a boring fight, then you have to blame Belcher even more so. Okami always advanced position, he had side control, mount, back control, so it's not like he was just laying in guard. Belcher "stalled" on the bottom, and didn't really try much from his back because he knew Okami could easily counter it. Hell, remember the look he gave the referee when Okami clinched him? This bullshit idea that the referee is supposed to come to the rescue for every striker who's getting out grappled is bullshit. If you can't get your opponent off of you, then that's your problem. The referee is there to enforce the rules, not intervene when the fans start booing.