Re: Shouldn't KO% come from dividing KO's over wins?
Your confusing % of win via KO and the chance of getting KO by a fighter.
If a fighter has a record of say 3532 with 27 KO, that means he has a 67.5% chance of KOing you. 40 guys stepped in the ring and 27 got Koed. To get this number you have to factor in wins, draw, and loses.
Now lets look at wins % that were KO. His percentage of wins by KO would be 77%. Meaning if this boxer wins, the odds are 77% chance of it being a KO.
