Punch Count Statistics are really the best measure of success. If fight number A lands punches to the arms, punches to the hips, punches to the shoulders, and punches to the elbows, he is landing major leather and he is really whacking his opponent down like a tree with a axe. If fighter number B is landing some flicking jabs to the face, it can't chop down the tree and debilitate the opponent the same way the arm-blows and hip-blows will wither a fighter down to a lifeless corpse after many rounds -- yet fighter number A will not receive points from the judges for those smart shots which break down his opponent. Would you count hard blows to the arms and hips and shoulders as points or punches in the Punch Count Stats?