Scar, here's my card: Gilberto Roman v Jiro Watanabe 1 10-9 2 9-10 3 9-10 (close) 4 10-9 (good action) 5 10-9 (close and tough to score) 6 9-10 (either way type of round) 7 10-9 8 10-9 9 10-9 10 9-10 (good round from Watanabe) 11 10-9 12 10-9 Roman 116-112 Watanabe The main difference between our cards is that I didn't score any even rounds but like you, I found this very difficult to score. Sometimes when you start watching a fight you know that if you score the initial rounds even, you could end up scoring a lot of even ones because it's not going to get easier to separate them and that's how I felt with this one, hence why there ended up being a winner on my card each round even when some were razor thin. It was a high level chess match but had some good exhanges too. I felt Roman was a little slicker than Watanabe and the clearer rounds went to him so the margin of victory on both our cards is about right. I'm actually glad this was Watanabe's last fight in a way. If you're going to go out, losing a competitive decision after a dominant title reign to a guy who would be a great champion himself isn't bad. Better to go that way and be standing at the bell than bludgeoned into defeat, anyway. Hard to say whether a rematch would have been any better for Watanabe, though. I'm not so sure.