Nevada State Athletic Commission executive director Keith Kizer has defended the 114-114 scoring of Nevada judge C.J. Ross. “Just because a judge’s scorecard ends up even, doesn’t mean the judge necessarily thought the fight as a whole was even,” Kizer told USA Today. “It could be that a judge has six rounds for each fighter, but the six rounds she gave fighter A, she gave them to him easily and the six rounds she gave fighter B, they were really close rounds. That’s pretty much how it was last night…”I know most of the people won’t understand it, and I understand that.” Kizer also told USA Today that Ross is one of the NSAC’s top judges, and he’s not thinking about any disciplinary measure.