UFC commentator Joe Rogan agrees with the masses that scoring needs to better defined. It’s not too difficult to think about a fight were the judges and fans didn’t see eye to eye.
“The problem is there’s not much being done,” said Rogan to Bloody Elbow. “That’s what really pisses people off. We keep seeing these bad decisions happen over and over again, and the idea is what’s being done to fix this? What’s being done to encourage good judging? There’s a lot to be done.”
Rogan noted how lots of MMA fans would make incredible judges.
The co-main event of UFC 163 is a recent example that came to Rogan’s mind. Rogan scored the fight for Lyoto Machida, though Phil Davis was awarded the win.