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View Poll Results: Who wins the rubber match?
Cain 19 55.88%
JDS 15 44.12%
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Care to list all these other dimensions JDS is really good at other then his stand up?
Based on watching all his fights and how easily he stuffed the take downs before being dazed, battered and gassed. I would say he has great take down defense. He also has an amazing chin and heart which you can see in the Carwin, Nelson and Cain fights.
The problem you are having is you are taking a look at JDS after he was already dazed and battered and you are saying his skill set is what we see there. But we have enough to look at before that to see that isn't the case.
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I think JDS will win if he actually fights this time. But this whole standing in front of Cain with your hands down thing is absolutely crazy.
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Did you miss the rest of the fight where Cain was throwing him around like a rag doll at will and JDS couldn't do anything to stop it?
People used to say Cain had a glass chin, then JDS knocked him out. Derp derp it must be true. No they are fighting at the highest level against the best heavyweights around. If JDS had clocked Cain with a similar punch to the first fight he wouldn't have been ragdolling him. WHen these guys hit big it usually changes the course of the fight be it a KO or a zombie opponent
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People used to say Cain had a glass chin, then JDS knocked him out. Derp derp it must be true. No they are fighting at the highest level against the best heavyweights around. If JDS had clocked Cain with a similar punch to the first fight he wouldn't have been ragdolling him. WHen these guys hit big it usually changes the course of the fight be it a KO or a zombie opponent
Yeah there is no doubt that JDS was in zombie mode for atleast 2 rounds. His amazing heart is the only thing that kept the lights on during that stretch.
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People used to say Cain had a glass chin, then JDS knocked him out. Derp derp it must be true. No they are fighting at the highest level against the best heavyweights around. If JDS had clocked Cain with a similar punch to the first fight he wouldn't have been ragdolling him. WHen these guys hit big it usually changes the course of the fight be it a KO or a zombie opponent
Likely the same professionals that still think JDS is an excellent well rounded fighter, in fact I'm sure of it.
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Nope, JDS's only chance is to land another wild haymaker. Other then that he's got nothing on Cain despite the outcome of their first fight. Sorry if the truth got you upset.

And yes you can put a lot of stock to how badly JDS got beat up, his face was literally broken and his soul was stolen. That's what happens when you run into a superior fighter and don't have all the necessary tools.
If you think JDS punch in the first fight was a 'wild hay maker' you seriously have a lot to learn.

His face was broken but his soul was most certainly not stolen. The man refuse to quit. Can took everything from JDS but his heart.

You seriously need a reality check if you believe any of this crap you vomiting.

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Care to list all these other dimensions JDS is really good at other then his stand up?
You're such a horrendous troll I'm starting to think you're just here to rustle our jimmies.



You know you're spewing complete garbage as you will never respond to anyone's comments. Only continue to push your own thought.

You could recall JDS stuffed every take down attempt Cain threw at him. You could forgot that while badly hurt and completely exhausted,Cain was never able to hold JDS down (see Big-Foot fight for a perfect example of Cain's GnP style). That coupled with the fact while you say Cain took him down at will, he actually failed on more than 1 TD attempt in the later rounds.

And of course the last skill is his heart/will. He took an a$$ whooping and never gave up.

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BOOM isn't even worth responding to at this point. There is a reason why it's mulitple people against 1 guy. He wants everyone to judge JDS based on this last fight alone and take JDS at his weakest point and say that defines his skillset. Despite all the previous evidence we have that contradicts his argument.
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If you think JDS punch in the first fight was a 'wild hay maker' you seriously have a lot to learn.

His face was broken but his soul was most certainly not stolen. The man refuse to quit. Can took everything from JDS but his heart.

You seriously need a reality check if you believe any of this crap you vomiting.
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Based on watching all his fights and how easily he stuffed the take downs before being dazed, battered and gassed. I would say he has great take down defense. He also has an amazing chin and heart which you can see in the Carwin, Nelson and Cain fights.
The problem you are having is you are taking a look at JDS after he was already dazed and battered and you are saying his skill set is what we see there. But we have enough to look at before that to see that isn't the case.
Ridiculous, if JDS had great take down defense it would have kicked in by instinct. He does'nt have this great BJJ or TDD everyone likes to talk about, and Cain exposed it to the fullest.

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