"Robbery" wasn't quite the battle cry after last night's (Sat., Oct. 8, 2016) UFC 204 pay-per-view (PPV) main event, which saw Michael Bisping retain his Middleweight title after five rounds of war against Dan Henderson (relive it again here).
Still, there were a select few that felt "Hendo" should've have gotten the nod in Manchester, England -- knocking the champion down twice, battering and bruising his face throughout -- and should have walked away from the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA) a champion.
The Octagon-side judges, though, gave the unanimous decision to "The Count" as evidenced by the official scorecard above via MMA Fighting.
UFC president Dana White admittedly had the bout even going into the final round, with Bisping doing just enough to get the nod.
Regardless if you agree with the decision or not, the deed is done and "Hendo" didn't get the storybook ending he and every other fighter longs for. That said, he can take solace in the fact that he gave it his all in what proved to be the final fight of his long and storied career.
You've heard from the president and saw how the judges scored it, what was your scorecard at home?
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