(Gentlemen, I want a good, clean fight. Listen to my commands at all times, protect yourself at all…I’m sorry, did one of you just shit your pants?) We hate to keep beating this dead horse*, but the judging over the past couple UFC events has been particularly egregious. WhileÃ‚Â UFC 156 merely suffered from a puzzling split decision or two and a main event that justÃ‚Â barely escapedÃ‚Â theÃ‚Â controversyÃ‚Â we predicted it would end in,Ã‚Â last weekend’s UFC on FUEL 7 event was a veritableÃ‚Â smorgasbordÃ‚Â of fatuousness. Thanks in no small to the efforts of judge Aaron Chatfield — who both scoredÃ‚Â the Che Mills/Matt Riddle fight 29-28 for Mills and gave Paul Sass the first round against Danny Castillo — MMA judging has once again found itself at the center of controversy. That controversy being: Who the hell are these people and how did they waltz into these jobs? It’s an answer that seems to allude even Big John McCarthy, the all-seeing, all knowing eye of MMA refereeing, who has been forced called out these blind, ignant sons of bitches for being such blind, ignant sons of bitches. Via MMAFighting: When it comes to the judging, the biggest thing is, judging by nature is subjective. You look at a fight and you have a guy that throws a bunch of punches. One judge — we’ll say [it’s] you — is looking at it, and you’re giving him credit, saying, ”ËœWow, he’s really active.’ While I’m looking at it saying, ”ËœHe’s not connecting.’ When you’re looking at the UFC, there’s not a whole lot of excuses. You’ve got a monitor in front of you, so [even] when you can’t see, [you can still see].Ã‚Â That monitor gives them the ability to see a fight from a variety of angles, not just from the one they’re sitting at. And so there’s not a lot of excuses to say, ‘Well, I didn’t see that,’ when it comes to the UFC. After the jump: McCarthy takes aim at his fellow referees and somehow neglects to mention Jerry Poe.