So impressed that Hendricks just flips switches on GSP near the fence with just a quick hip throw.
phragle said:Hey that's why you don't leave it up to the judges. Hendricks looked like he had plenty of energy left. Why didn't he keep pushing forward then? He would have knocked him out.
Dunno man. I have the same taste in my mouth as when an umpire dicks around with the strikezone.
rembrat said:You could argue that but you would be wrong. Dana just said Hendricks won the fight.
He just called the Nevada commission atrocious and that he hopes they don't ruin this sport like they did Boxing. "I'm afraid to come back to this state and do a fight."
I was just going to say that.Infield Infidel said:Woodley looks bigger than Rashad
rembrat said:And he has chew in. I love this guy. Can he play for the Sox?
Isn't that Hendricks your avatar? Might as well. Also think Ebner may be related to him somehow.
I also thought it was BS that GSP called for time off (not knowing any pre-fight retirement talk).
In addition, I call BS on "Hendricks did more damage but got outpointed" narrative. Even if you give GSP the last round, I thought he clearly won round 1 and landed more punches -- which the other two judges gave to the "champ".
sig. strigkes - St-Pierre landed 101 of 221. Hendricks landed 85 of 194.
By the way, a "significant strike" is defined as any strike at distance, plus power strikes in the clinch and on the ground. Since the fight was contested almost exclusively at distance, all those strikes are going to get counted as significant
phragle said:Dana says he wants an immediate rematch on FS1.
GSP had a significant strikes landed advantage in 1, 3, and 5.