McGee: It’s hard to find good judges
“I’m not the judges and I’m not the counter punch guy,” McGee told MMAWeekly Radio.
“I don’t count every little punch, every kick and strike. I’m just the guy who shows up to practice every day and comes out to fight and win. I had an overwhelming amount of people who thought that I had won. People like Dana and stuff had me winning the fight, but I’m just the guy who goes out and fights man.
“You know, it’s not up to me, it’s up to the judges to make that decision and sometimes they don’t make the best decisions. Sometimes you don’t know what they’re watching.”
“There’s decisions that are bad, but I know in MMA it’s hard to find good judges. People aren’t experienced in the grappling and the wrestling, and the kickboxing and boxing. I know for a fact a promotion in Colorado, like the last three judges they had for the past two or three shows were all boxing judges, amateur boxing. A lot of their scores were more towards like amateur style point system punching, so when they went to they ground, they really didn’t know.”