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Old 01-03-2013, 12:51 PM   #58
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Default Re: Boxing Scoring FAQ and Discussion

Originally Posted by des3995 View Post
Juice also thought the original scenario COULD go 10-10 after Drew worked his magic.

As for your scenario, which we shall dub scenario B, I'd be disinclined to give a 10-10 as I am usually able to find enough separation to score it one way or the other, right or wrong. Not there aren't any, just very few and far between.

But...... about if Glass Joe dominates to the tune of what would normally be a 10-8. How inclined, or resistant would you be to give him that 10-8 considering they traded KDs?

Or say Glass Joe dominates with what be a 10-8 round, flat out dominating, and then scores a late KD. How inclined/resistant would you be to give a 10-7 in that case. Considering that 1) the round was a whoopass round from the get go, and 2) you had already decided it would be 10-8 as the closing seconds approached, and then the KD occurred. Would you, could you score that a 10-7?

Do you one better...

Tit-for-tat action for 2:40 - but they each score knockdowns. Then Glass scores another knockdown.

So we'll call it a 10-10 base, using the previously explained then Glass comes full circle to a 10-9? (where he'd be at 10-7 had he not himself been knocked down...)

OR...does the fact that he numerically outdid Flamenco in knockdowns swing the overall impression of the dead heat his way? (so we'll say with Flamenco's KD and his first KD canceling each other out and him starting at 10-9...then getting a 10-8 with the extra?)
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