http://blog.fightmetric.com/2012/01/sonnen-vs-bisping-official-ufc.html Bisping didn't get robbed, the right call was made. Chael was more aggressive, he attempted and landed more strikes and takedowns. First round: Chael 10-9; second: Bisping 10-9; third: Chael 10-9. Obviously the judge that scored it 30-27 got it wrong, but in the end it didn't matter. People expected Chael to steamroll over Bisping, and when he didn't I think that clouded people's judgements of the fight, even though he still did more than Bisping. I was expecting to see Chael dominate Bisping like he did Brian Stann, but after this close of a fight I think Bisping deserves a little more credit, even though I don't like him. Anyway, the main card didn't live up to my expectations. Maia looked horrible and for the life of me I don't know why he decided to strike with Weidman. His striking has improved but it's still not very good. He has high level jiu jitsu yet he kept it standing. Then they both just got gassed and it was pretty boring. Evans vs. Davis was boring too. Oh well.