What are unanimous?

  • (adj): Acting together as a single undiversified whole.
    Synonyms: solid
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unanimous:

Antoine Jaoude - Mixed Martial Arts Record
... World Grand Prix Semifinals 02007-11-03November 3, 329 ... Win 7-2 Dan Christison Decision (unanimous) IFL - Chicago 02007-05-19May 19, 400 ... Win 6 ...
Hiroyuki Takaya - Kickboxing Record
... Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes Loss 0-3 Hiroki Shishido Decision (unanimous) Shootboxing 2013 - Act 2 02013-04-20April 20, 2013 Tokyo, Japan Loss 0 ...
Unanimous Decision
... A unanimous decision is a winning criterion in several full-contact combat sports, such as boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, mixed martial arts and others sports involving striking ... A decision isn't required to be unanimous for a boxer to be given a victory ... A unanimous decision is also sometimes referred to as a "win on points" ...
Ricky Hatton Vs. Manny Pacquiao - Undercard
... Daniel Jacobs* Michael Walker Middleweight (10 rounds) Unanimous decision ... Erislandi Lara Chris Gray Junior middleweight (4 rounds) Unanimous decision ... Ernesto Zepeda Welterweight (6 rounds) Unanimous decision ...
... When unanimous, everybody is of the same mind and acting together as one ... Many groups consider unanimous decisions a sign of agreement, solidarity, and unity ... Unanimity may be assumed explicitly after a unanimous vote or implicitly by a lack of objections ...

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