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Old 01-03-2013, 09:09 PM   #72
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Default Re: Boxing Scoring FAQ and Discussion

Originally Posted by Cableaddict View Post
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. One could just as easily argue the opposite, for instance:

"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.
Two knockdowns don't necessarily mean an even round.

Angulo drops Kirkland and goes hell for leather on his **** with Kirkland ducking and weaving a whole lot of punches, he then counters him back, drops him hard and kicks **** in return.

10-9 Kirkland.
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