#### Protagonist_1

##### Noob

Recently I was watching a couple of SF4 matches, and I pondered to myself:

I wonder how the number of knockdowns correlates to rounds won?

I decided to rewatch Momochi vs. Infiltration at CEO playing USF4, and took record of all the knockdowns that occured within the match, and who won. Here are the results (and the match if you want to see it):

**(winner of round in gold) (NOTE: knockdowns that were the final blow of the round are included also)**

__Knockdowns per round__Match 1:

R1: Momochi-1/Infiltration-4

R2: Momochi-1/Infiltration-3

Match 2:

R1: Momochi-3/Infiltration-4

R2: Momochi-4/Infiltration-0

R3: Momochi-2/Infiltration-4

Match 3:

R1: Momochi-2/Infiltration-2

R2: Momochi-3/Infiltration-3

R3: Momochi-6/Infiltration-2

Match 4:

R1: Momochi-4/Infiltration-5

R2: Momochi-1/Infiltration-5

Match 5:

R1: Momochi-3/Infiltration-2

R2: Momochi-1/Infiltration-4

R3: Momochi-3/Infiltration-2

Match 6:

R1: Momochi-3/Infiltration-3

R2: Momochi-0/Infiltration-2

R3: Momochi-1/Infiltration-4

Match 7:

R1: Momochi-2/Infiltration-4

R2: Momochi-4/Infiltration-5

Match 8:

R1: Momochi-0/Infiltration-5 (Perfect)

R2: Momochi-1/Infiltration-6

**Total Knockdowns:**Infiltration:

**71**

Momochi: 45

For all rounds, the person with the most knockdowns won the match (unless knockdowns were even). I'm pretty curious to try this with other matches in SF4 as well, just to see if it is coincidence (I highly doubt it).

TL;DR

The more you're on your feet, and the better you are at putting your opponent on their but, the higher chances you have of winning in SF4.

Still TLR:

Don't get knocked down