I haven't watched too much of it, but I was surprised Gomi lost that decision. If I recall correctly, they do Pride style scoring in Sengoku. Golyaev caught him with a nice left that dropped him briefly, but Gomi had mount for a while in the 1st and was dominating a lot of the first round, going for an arm at the end. He was controlling the action on the feet in the third too as well as having a nice takedown. Gomi was only in trouble for about 20s in the second although Goly was controlling the standup. I actually am not a huge Gomi fan, but was a little a surprised by that result.

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