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Calvin Kattar believes that the responsibility of the referee “important for sports moving forward”

Calvin Kattar enters UFC Vegas 63 through Josh Emmett’s imminent decision-making loss, a loss he admits he hasn’t passed yet.

For Cuttar (23-6), the issue was greater than himself. But he sees the problem of judging in MMA and brings responsibility. This is important for the sport to move forward.

“I mean, what I really want is stressful. Don’t go too far and it sounds like a bad sport or something – we just want responsibility for the referees and stuff like that,” he said during UFC Vegas this week’s 63 media days. with Arnold Allen on the rise “That’s really it. We had a bad day in the office. We paid for it. Mistakes happened. It’s part of the game. There is a human error in everything. We just want to see something here with the commission to account for the judges who may have misunderstood. I think it’s important for the sport to move forward.”

Kattar has summarized the problem well. The harder it is to find a solution. Although he only had one suggestion.

“The only thing I’ve heard that really makes sense is that, to me, it seems like a no-brainer, is that if a man of three or a woman, whoever sees things differently from the other two, can’t see it. Actually, what did you see?” In that case, Cuttar continued. If one cheating judge had multiple incidents they went against the other two judges. The question is whether “What do you see all the time? I guess most are the greatest. There is more responsibility for what they see when they oppose two other judges doing the same job.”

For Kattar, losing to Emmett was the first loss he actually believed he had won. but as he said, “This sport is very humble. It always continues no matter what. even if you win or lose We understand that we have strong competitors ahead. And not focusing on him fully could be a mistake. So every hand on deck for this and all the focus is on Arnold Allen.”

Watch the full-day UFC Vegas 63 media battle with Calvin Kattar above. The event takes place on Saturday October 29, 2022 at Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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