Originally Posted by lufcrazy
I think the timing of the knockdowns effects my scoring as it can be a momentum shift.
Two examples that come to mind are round 1 of angulo - Kirkland and Williams - Martinez.
Both times I gave the round to the man scoring the latter knockdown as the momentum shift was quite big and when asking "who would I rather be that round" the answer was clear.
While I admire this line of thought, I have to disagree. Scoring needs to be as objective as possible, and IMO this is not really objective. For instance, one could just as easily argue the opposite:
"the FIRST KD had more "momentum shift" because it happened with lots of time left in the round, whereas the second KD happened closer to the bell, so the guy who went down second had to survive for less time."
The KD's should cancel each other out, end of story.