If the fight is boring and uneventful, nobody should win. If the fight is exciting and competitive, nobody should lose. If the fight is fairly even, why declare a winner? The difference between being edged out and dominated is not properly reflected in the results, both of which appear as "Decision (Unanimous)". Shouldn't a fighter have to finish his opponent or establish a clear margin of superiority to be granted a victory? A good example, perhaps, is the Felder v Barboza fight that just happened. Did anyone lose that fight? I mean really lose enough to deserve a loss? I feel like 2 ten minute rounds, with 3 minutes rest between rounds, would be better.