"Cain entered with a very certain strategy, secure, and with a very strong mental game. I never imagined that this fight would reach five rounds. I believed that Cigano was going to get a punch in because Velasquez was going forward, but he was impressive because he took him down and pounded on the top. It was an impressive presentation of the Mexican. Overall it was very clever. Cigano failed in Jiu-Jitsu, but this is a difficulty for many athletes in MMA. They have difficulty staying on the ground below. Everybody get's up and gives their back, don't have confidence to pull a guard, grab an arm, they only think of getting up. But Cain put a strong pace and managed to hit Cigano in the first round. Losing is part of the game, it's normal. Everyone will talk about this or that, but Cigano is a guy who trains hard and showed it yesterday because he continued there for five rounds. It is very difficult to keep momentum up that way for five rounds. People are going to speak that he did not train hard, but we know the dedication of Cigano"