Ton Posted November 28, 2018 Share Posted November 28, 2018 So as recommended by the good man Selij, I'll create this thread instead of resurrecting the "Use of Technology" thread. It would be good for our forum regulars to post up their scorecards here for the fights they watch, and ideally use the Fight-Score.com website I have created on the back of the discussions in the thread above. For those unaware of the website or can't be arsed to read through the above thread (It is a long one!!) the concept is simple. As well as simply scoring each round, you also have to select a reason the scores are given from a list of viable options of why the round may have been won. This is a set list of reasons that are selectable, not simply a comments box. It's that simple. There is a good reason for this small, but useful addition. As well as giving some extra clarity of what people are seeing as they watch a fight, it also provides added data which can be broken down into round by round analysis, featuring in-depth statistics using graphs. See below. The more users to the platform we can get the better and more powerful the fight analysis feature will become, but ultimately this idea could be adopted if it gained enough traction and the many boxing judging controversies we witness can be made more clearer with such a concept in place (though it wouldn't stop bad judging from occuring). More features include Twitter integration, post your live scorecard url so others will see your card update as you add scores, option to add comments on rounds if needed or you want to add more details This weekend features the huge Wilder vs Fury bout, and while it may not last all that long, it would be a great time to get more users from here to sign up and score the fight, and lead the way for more fight fans to join in the long run. https://fight-score.com Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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