Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Melbourne, Florida
...Their first meeting wasn't long enough or was it? Cain is a beast. No doubt that if CV can put JDS on his back and keep him there, his relentless pace of brutal mauling could finish JDS. I think Cain's best opportunity to win is to drag Junior into deep water. Cain has to use his superior cardio, keep moving and avoid getting caught. Velasquez has top tier stand-up but JDS has that sick one-punch finish to go along with arguably the best hands ever in the UFC HW division. The way Junior finished Mir was nasty. That last, straight right hand sent the solid 265 lb Mir flying back. Cain has a freakish puzzle to figure out. Scariest thing about Junior is that his timing is gold. Look for that hungry, bad intentions look in Junior's eyes. If Cain gets to Rd. 3 without getting caught and JDS starts gassing a bit, the takedown will be much easier for Velasquez. He will be in the driver's seat for the W. If Cain squares up with Junior early, he's gonna get caught and finished again. I hope this ends up in a sick war like it was intended to be...
Last edited by BrutalKO; 12-29-2012 at 10:37 AM.