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Old 06-03-2006, 08:51 AM
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Yeah under those rules it makes sense although Penn dominated the first more than St, Pierre did the other two rounds for me. My point was that normal takedowns themselves generally(at events not called Pride 31) do not directly result in victory, neither does ground control or backing someone into the cage so they should carry much less weight that effective striking or submission atempts. Combine that with round by round scoring rather than complete fight scoring and your often going to have a winner who never looked like winning the fight any other way.

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