With all the hysteria about how the judging in the UFC is so corrupt and inept, I am going to list what are the genuinely bad decisions in UFC title fight history. 1. Lawler vs Condit Without a doubt the worst decision in modern UFC title history. Anyone scoring this for Lawler needs to be removed from the gene pool. I have seen the arguments for why Lawler won, and they are just ridiculous. It was a straight up robbery. 2. Shogun-Machida Most would point to this as the worst, but it wasn't as egregious as the above. Machida was countering Shogun's leg kicks better than given credit for, but the sheer accumulation of strikes still wins it for Shogun. You can't seriously find 3 rounds for Machida. 3. Benderson-Frankie 2 The funny thing about this fight is that it only existed because of the bullshit assertion that the first fight was a robbery - Benderson clearly won - only for Frankie to get legitimately screwed in the rematch. 4. Frankie-BJ 1 BJ just straight up won the first 3 rounds and arguably the 4th too. Either way, Frankie did not win 3 rounds. 5. Randleman-Rutten The worst decision in early MMA history. Like Lawler-Condit, you'll see some incredible mental gymnastics trying to justify Rutten's pattycake from the bottom as making up for getting his face smashed in and then controlled for the entire fight, but don't take these people seriously. These are the only robberies I can think of and I'm sure even some will disagree with these. GSP-Hendricks, Jones-Reyes etc. - none of those fights count. Over such a long period, it's not too bad a record really. So it appears MMA judging still isn't as diseased as boxing, where you see ridiculous shit all the time in high profile bouts. Instead, it's when the spotlight is off the judges - when your Leonard Garcias and Diego Sanchezes of the world put in their work - that shit goes horribly wrong.