i honestly never thought about your point, but that's a good one. No winner of a round should be possible. the must is a bad idea. man it's a tough thing to fix. I think getting better judges is the only way to fix it right now. they are not going to abandon that 10 point system. at least i don't think so, so the only way i see it is to have the judges be forced to prove their worth by testing. using fights to test their judging, being reviewed and questioned about why they score the way they do, and be certified by a valid INDEPENDENT board. the independent part is critical to it working. they cannot be governed by the same body or they'd feel pressure then, the other thing that could greatly help is monitors for judges, and better yet, reviews of key aspects between rounds, though I'm not sure how to implement it. you wouldn't want to stop a fight to review something, but there has to be a way to do reviews. just allowing complete mistakes which don't even allow them to change their minds, with no replays is just antiquated and makes no sense. This issue, barring something like a complete revamp of the scoring system which would be a very long process, is not going to get fixed any time soon. The sad part is they could immediately remedy much of it by firing known bad judges and bringing in qualified personnel. MMA has proven it's valid and big enough to warrant a change from boxing.