The words "human element" have lost much of their meaning in the loud, ongoing conversation over officiating mistakes. But while it's natural to want officiating to be better, it's worth remembering that the human element means more than "brutally botching a call." It's a part of what makes sports what it is.
A writer travels across the world, only to find that baseball fans in Korea and Japan are every bit as excited about the game as their domestic counterparts. Although, to be fair, they're notably more on-point with their choreography and player-specific chanting, and are notably nicer to Lastings Milledge.
A wrestling heel seems to be where Floyd gets most of the inspiration for his persona. His moves are calculated to offend, more in the vein of the Million Dollar Man than Muhammad Ali.