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post #51 of 103 (permalink) Old 01-03-2013, 02:27 AM
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I haven't been harsh to JDS once, it does however appear that you are upset that Cain won.....
Oy! You're just babbling now. You make no sense whatsoever. I've given total props to Cain. I can't put one coherent thought together from your posts.
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I can't put one coherent thought together from your posts.
After reading some of the things you've written in here, that doesn't surprise me in the slightest. Take care friend, i'll send you a pos rep and a happy message when Cain beats Junior in the rubber match.







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JDS should have to do what Cain did go and have another fight win it and get the rematch.

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After reading some of the things you've written in here, that doesn't surprise me in the slightest. Take care friend, i'll send you a pos rep and a happy message when Cain beats Junior in the rubber match.
Well, I have a feeling you're going to be one sad dude when that day comes. JDS lost, but showed some remarkable heart and skill, even though he was out on his feet the entire fight. If he can survive and even score some shots in that state, imagine what he can do with a clear head.

I like both fighters but would have to give JDS the edge in III. Hope it comes soon, though my guess is minimum of one year.
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Well, I have a feeling you're going to be one sad dude when that day comes. JDS lost, but showed some remarkable heart and skill, even though he was out on his feet the entire fight. If he can survive and even score some shots in that state, imagine what he can do with a clear head.

I like both fighters but would have to give JDS the edge in III. Hope it comes soon, though my guess is minimum of one year.
If Cain didn't exist then i'd be perfectly happy with JDS as champ He's a lovely guy, he was getting very arrogant before the fight though. Calling out the Klitschkos, saying he could win the Olympics, etc. We will see a better JDS in the 3rd fight, but we'll see a better Cain too

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JDS should have to do what Cain did go and have another fight win it and get the rematch.
The only issue is when Werdum and Overeem both win their next fights they'll have a better argument for a title fight. The same couldn't be said for the title scene pre Cain V JDS 2.







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Are you Brazilian or Portugese? I've always wondered where you come from.

If he didn't say it, he should have, and instead of just pointing out an error, why don't you retranslate it for us if you have the ability?
Sorry mate, if I didn't correct it for you. I didn't mean to only point to the translation mistake in the way you thought of. I only wanted to let others be sure that JDS didn't say that.

He said that Cain was better than him in that fight, and his strategy was all wrong, that's why he lost (better opponent+bad strategy).

JDS is a humble guy, never believe bad words come out of him.

Regarding, from where I am? Its already there man

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I've never met a Mesopatamian who speaks Portugese!

No worries about the misunderstanding, thanks for the translation.







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JDS needs to circle better and use some distance to his advantage. Cain is going to use his cardio/pace advantage again because it's quite clearly the biggest strength he has against Junior. I do believe the that huge right from Cain hurt JDS for at least the rest of the first and about 3 minutes of the second, but he recovered pretty nicely from there. Unfortunately for him Cain had already taken full advantage of the damage and drained him basically out.
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If he wins his next fight in impressive fashion I could see him getting a rematch. It only took Cain one win to get a crack at the title again
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Article full translation.

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AT THE HOSPITAL, JDS AKNOWLEDGES THE LOSS AND CALLS FOR AN EARLY REMATCH

The Brazilian jokes about his looks and says he used the wrong strategy against Velasquez, focusing on take down defense over attacking.

Inspite the marks on his face from the fight against Cain Velasquez, the Brazilian Junior Cigano was still in good mood when leaving the hospital he was taken to, in Las Vegas, after the UFC 155. Missing the post fight press conference, the fighter went straight for medical check ups. Along his wife, Vilsana, and his assessor, Ana Claudia Guedes, the fighter left the traumatology section joking with the staff and saying he was feeling just "a little swollen"

"- I had no fracture, I am just swollen. Do I look pretty?" He asked before the picture.

Later, analyzing the fight, Cigano did reckon he used the wrong strategy and that he should have used more Jiu-Jitsu when he was on the ground.

"- He was better and deserved to win, but I have used the wrong strategy. I worried too much with his attacks to my legs (TD attempts) and I left my face unprotected. That's why he hit me. When I was on the ground, I should have used more Jiu-Jitsu, which I have trained so much. I tried to stand back up and that gave me troubles as well, but on the ground he is very good, very strong. I didn't hit him with any good punch, really. I had a great training camp, everything was fine, but this is the way fights are..." He said.

The Brazilian, who will stay in the US until January 14, took the opportunity to ask for a third fight against Velasquez to be scheduled soon.

"- I want it right now, soon. I've won the first and he got the rematch. Now I've lost and I want my rematch. I am saying that I want this fight. I will get my belt back."

On his way out of the hospital, Cigano met the American Tim Boetsch, who was defeated by Costa Philippou and taken to the same unit as his. Both greeted and also took a picture together. Smiling, Boetsch also joked about their looks.

"- I don't even know if we are smiling or not. By the looks of our faces, it can't be said." He said smiling.

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