[video=youtube;jws9K_RTCy4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jws9K_RTCy4[/video] Looking at that knockout, it's hard for me to conclusively say whether Scott took a dive or not. The knockout came from two punches, a left hook that landed on the side of the head, and a right hand that appeared to have not landed at all and was wholly blocked by Scott's gloves. It is possible that he was dropped from the initial left hook, and it is also possible that the fight is indeed fixed on some level and he purposely went down or made no effort to get up. If Scott really was trying his best, and this fight was not fixed, he should retire because his performance is downright pathetic, probably the worst I've ever seen in a pro boxing ring. I know 16 year old amateur boxers that could do better than that. It truly is horrible that he seemed to have made no effort in the fight and was KO'd by a punch that didn't even land. Like is this for real? Malik Scott does represent a step up for Wilder, so rightfully, he does deserve say a top-20 to top-15 ranking after this fight. That being said, he is in for a rude awakening when he encounters an opponent that won't lay down from one punch. Cris Arreola would be a great test and if Arreola's at his best I like his chances by KO.