Figuring out how Cecil Peoples scores a fight could be analyzed by understanding how well he fares in a spirited session of playing Angry Birds. If a red bird takes out a couple of pigs in one swift swipe of the finger, he looks positively towards the fighter from the red corner. However, if the flight trajectory of a blue bird (the one that splits into 3 separate birds) takes out the entire house of pigs in gratifying display of handheld destruction, the round goes in favor of the blue corner. Whether or not Cecil Peoples actually watches the fights or he’s busy playing Angry Birds is uncertain, but he did give Nick Diaz the 3rd round, while awarding the 5th round to Carlos Condit – which at the very least makes the analogy plausible. In a world where that scoring makes sense to anyone, there lives Cecil Peoples and his collection of addicting smartphone games. I suppose we should all be thankful that Greg Jackson isn’t a judge, because in an interview with Sherdog, he says he feels that Condit clearly won every minute of every round; then compares Condit’s performance to Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard.