Home Sports “That Was Not The Fault Of The Judges That Was The Fault Of The System”- Ben Askren Opens Up On Max Holloway vs Alexander Volkanovski At UFC 251

“That Was Not The Fault Of The Judges That Was The Fault Of The System”- Ben Askren Opens Up On Max Holloway vs Alexander Volkanovski At UFC 251

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Whereas the co-headliner of UFC 251 ‘Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway’ continues to rumble within the debate of UFC Followers, welterweight fighter Ben Askren has chipped in to offer his opinion relating to the results of the struggle.

Featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski retained his title towards Max Holloway after an intense ‘dog-fight’ on the co-main occasion of UFC 251. Nonetheless, a whole lot of followers together with some MMA veterans have claimed that Max Holloway ought to have received the struggle and accused the judges of curbing The Hawaian’s ‘well-deserved’ victory. In the meantime, Ben Askren seemingly believes that it’s not the decide’s fault and justified the results of the matchup by way of social media.

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Ben Askren claims the results of Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway’ was not the decide’s fault

‘The Funky’ Ben Askren lately took to Instagram and voiced his opinion relating to the lately occurred ‘Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway’ matchup. In accordance with Askren, it was not the decide’s fault relatively Ben Askren said it to be the system’s fault.

Whereas MMA followers proceed to bash the UFC judges for his or her scoring technique, Ben Askren revealed that UFC doesn’t comply with a full struggle scoring system. ‘The Funky’ additionally said that Max Holloway received the primary two rounds. Nonetheless, Askren believes that the third spherical was extraordinarily shut and hesitated to agree that Max Holloway received the spherical.

When referring to the ultimate two rounds of the matchup, Askren took Volkanovski’s aspect. Nonetheless, the welterweight prospect additionally claimed that “We” want a full struggle scoring system to recover from al the confusion relating to the results of a match up.

“That was not the fault of the judges that was the fault of the system. 10-9 mark is a fraud option to decide a struggle. It’s actually easy. “If you happen to watch it with out 10-9 course of you’ll suppose Max Holloway received the struggle, I assume that’s how you’ll say that however clearly he didn’t. “You watch the complete struggle which is the way you rating the championship.”

“One and two are comparatively clear for Hollway, 4 and 5 are comparatively clear for Volkanovski. Three was like for me is as shut because it will get. I imply I feel I stated like I do not know who received that spherical or one thing like that however then once more after I scored the fighters that I had 3-2 for Holloway however I’m actually not all satisfied on that one as a result of you understand it was so shut. So, yeah 10-9 mark system guys”  stated Ben Askren.

Dana White believes Alexander Volkanovski vs Max Holloway vs badly judged

UFC president Dana White has additionally said that the co-headliner of UFC 251 was misjudged and has already talked about lining up Max Holloway reverse Alexander Volkanovski for the third time contained in the octagon. The pair primarily met one another in December when Volkanovski snatched the featherweight title from Holloway. Within the rematch at UFC 251, Volkanovski efficiently retained his title towards Max Holloway. Nonetheless, contemplating the truth that each the contests had been ‘lose-call’, Dana White is seemingly planning to arrange a rubber match between two of his A-listed featherweight prospects.

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