Considering Rocha is a high level black belt and Cerrone isn't. I'd say he will not win by whatever he pleases.
Tend to agree. I'd expect Cerrone to work his muay thai in this one. But he's a gamer, so I wouldn't be surprised if he chases Rocha to the ground, especially if it's following a knockdown... Would be nice notch on his belt to sub a Pablo Popovitch trained JJ student, but I lean toward Cerrone by decision here, oddly enough.