Even though I thought the calls were terrible, Hendricks has to get credit for the way he wrestled against Churella, if I remember correctly he let him up with 30 seconds left to go for the winning TD and got it.
A few things: First, wrestling is a mental sport, where you make choices and choices determine outcomes. Hendricks made the wrong "choice", in your opinion. This is an aspect of the sport, it's not just the physical.
But you seem to forget that Hendricks reversed perry in the 3rd, then perry reversed back, so that negates that argument anyways.
Also, you cite that he made the "choice" to let churella up, but that's not a difficult one to make when you realize the refs will not call a pin against you, and give you B.S. takedowns.
Questionable calls aside Hendricks dominated that match.
Was that cradle where hendricks had both blades on the mat dominant?
Yes, it was in fact a judgement call made by a referee on a split second decision.
So I will repeat for you, aside from questionable calls Hendricks dominated the match.
RIP Jacob Schlottke 1984-2011
Ok, well if you take away all the takedowns that hendricks had then Churella dominated. That's about what you're saying and it sounds that idiotic.