I have recently started watching more and more K1 thanks to HDNet. The one thing I love about K1 is the judges aren't afraid to call a spade a spade. When there is little or insignificant action, or the fighters are simply well matched they don't hesitate to call the round a draw. MMA judges should take a lesson from K1 and start calling the rounds for what they are. Saying a round was "very close" but X fighter stole it with that 1 stiff leg kick is BS. I think we are all sick of decisions like Rampage/Griffin and Machida/Shogun. I scored both of those fights a draw. In that situation, at least the UFC has beef to make an immediate rematch.
Maybe the bigger question is why do the judges hardly ever use the 10-10 round? Where does that pressure come from? The UFC, the commission, or is it self inflicted? In any event, the need to score a round for 1 fighter or the other needs to go by the wayside, in favor of calling it like it really is.