I haven’t had a chance to watch last night’s Bellator yet and I’m happy Zoila Frausto won, but it sounds like she only won because surprise surprise, MMA judging still sucks big fat dongs:
Aguilar spent the majority of the fight chasing down her opponent, though she bucked expectations that she would use her grappling abilities to take the fight where she had a paper advantage. Instead, she jammed in on Frausto and played the striking game.
What transpired largely was a point sparring affair, with no more than three strikes thrown per exchange. It appeared, though, that Aguilar landed a greater number of clean punches while avoiding Frausto’s bombs.
It appeared to be a clear-cut victory for Aguilar, who earned her semifinal berth with a submission victory over Lynn Alvarez. But in a bizarre tally, two judges gave the contest to Frausto (8-1 MMA, 2-0 BFC) with 30-27 scores. The other dissented completely and awarded Aguilar a 30-27 mark. Aguilar (9-4 MMA, 1-1 BFC) was stunned, and the audience vocalized its displeasure.
My penis scores it 30-27 Zoila on account of the fact that she’s hawt but that’s why my penis isn’t a commission judge. That task is left to other penises. It will be interesting to see if Bellator does anything for Aguilar. When Ryan Thomas got screwed over via ref whoopsie at Bellator 14 (the ref thought he was out when he wasn’t), Bellator stuck him back into the tournament when that volcano thing stopped another one of the competitors from making it into the country.
Now we’re down to the finals, so unless there’s volcanic activity in Ohio (one can hope) or something happens to Zoila I think Aguilar is SOL. Any Tonya Harding types out there thinking what I’m thinking?