HomeFight Shows Dana White Talks About Problems With UFC 149 In Post Fight Interviews Bruno July 22, 2012 Fight Shows 10 Comments Dana White Talks About Problems With UFC 149 In Post Fight Interviews – Audio. Tweet Pin It UFC 150 Henderson vs Edgar II Fight Show Promo UFC 149 Post-Fight Press Conference Video 10 Comments bernie July 23, 2012 LOL “mazagatti still has a job” Log in to Reply FailSonnen July 23, 2012 “We’ll see what happens…” Also I don’t get why these guys get to/want to fight Silva right away or that Dana is eluding to it. Bisping if wins over Stann, he should fight Weidman or Belcher (if Belcher wins). And then there’s Chael. Log in to Reply luvudanawhite July 23, 2012 I agree w/ dana, some of the refs have been out of control…even the mark munoz fight where Weidman landed almost 20 punches AFTER the guy was already out from the elbow strike and the ref stood there while munoz was leaking a crimson tide like “defend yourself”…i was screaming at the TV like “he’s out mother f**ker!! stop the fight” Log in to Reply stu11 July 23, 2012 Good point….it is always the same refs no matter what state. Each state has several local refs available…UFC chooses the refs…period…Dana is full of shit. Log in to Reply psxdogg July 23, 2012 He ripped a new a-hole in Josh Jewsanthol and Mazagatti Log in to Reply orca24 July 23, 2012 Only one word for this card GASH Log in to Reply anderson cheats July 24, 2012 Boetch fought with a broken foot,he would had done better against hector. Log in to Reply psxdogg is a douchebag July 24, 2012 Way to keep it classy, psxdogg, ya faggot. Log in to Reply anderson cheats July 24, 2012 psxdogg is a douchebag, you should know the Double standard by now,it’s ok for Black’s to be Racist,they do it all the time. Log in to Reply Mag July 25, 2012 Dana misses the point with the rules/scoring, Mauro was on it, the criteria MUST be changed. The current rules and criteria are the reason fighters are fighting the way they do, and is biased. Sure the judges completely suck at most times, but it’s a combination of things. The criteria needs to be simplified and re-aligned to the spirit of actual FIGHTING. None of this exploitation of ‘control’ or the bias they have for ‘position’ by trying to land a takedown in the last 15 seconds to ‘steal’ a round. Fights should NEVER be scored on ‘points’ They should be judged ‘overall’ with effective damage and proximity/effort to FINISH being the number 1 and 2 priorities, unless those two are equal, should a judge look at other aspects of the fight. Scoring the fight OVERALL is one of the most important things missing from the system, as fighters try to take rounds away and clearly one 10-9 round is often not equal to another 10-9 round. It’s rubbish. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.