Originally Posted by HDBarry
Fair enough, just wondering. The way i see a TKO is a player getting buckled, or stunned. Orr vs Godard when his legs buckled was a TKO for me, same with Horidchuk/McGrattan, and well... this one.
I kind of look at it from the boxing point of view myself. If the ref needs to step in to save the downed fighter from further damage that he likely won't be able to defend himself from then it's a TKO. If it's just a flash knockdown and the guy still has all of his wits about him then it's a KD.
Basically the same thing as you're saying.
As for this fight, it's hard to tell without a replay, but you're probably right.