The Nevada Athletic Commission will conduct a workshop in December to help better the way they judge fights after the fiasco that went down at UFC 167 recently.

UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre successfully defended his title via split decision over Johny Hendricks, but the result was met with wide criticism, especially from UFC president Dana White.

According to an official release, the commission will hold the meeting December 2 at 9 a.m. PT at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building in Las Vegas.

“The purpose of the workshop is to solicit comments from interested persons on any matter related to contests or exhibitions of unarmed combat, or any other matter within the jurisdiction of the Nevada Athletic Commission,” the release state.

During the post-fight show, White brought up a desire to leave Las Vegas when it comes to holding events if things aren’t cleaned up.