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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-05-2011, 07:00 AM
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JDS ahs the best chance, someone that can knock him out.



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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-05-2011, 10:47 AM
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I'd say with the purchase of SF, the HW pool will get a lot deeper if we do some cross 'merchandising'

Carwin poses big big threats to anyone in the HW division, barring this new diet helps him. If he can work out kinks in his cardio, he;ll be a nasty threat to anyone with his lights out power.

JDS has uncanny boxing skills... he's a very technical striker with great combos. I think he's the most formidable opponent to Cain because he's the most well rounded in the UFC's HW division.

If we add in the possibility of the SF roster (which arguable has the better HW talent per top 10 )... I'd put some good money to see the sig come true from McKeever's sig.

I'd love to see a Reem vs. Cain and Fedor vs. Cain match one day. One can only hope!


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Carwin imo. I think Cain would just take Velasquez down and control him. Carwin has a chance to end it early with his power and he has decent wrestling to defend takedowns or possibly get one.

I see Cain beating either one 8 out of 10 times.
I think you mean JDS

But in the Carwin vs Lesnar fight we already saw that carwin is weak against a good wrestler.

But JDS has yet to be dominated on the ground.

So i'm rooting for JDS on this one (how can't you love him after seeing tuf13)
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Carwin's power is not to be underestimated, I just hope he works hard on his endurance. Velasquez will likely still be better but the fight would be more unpredictable.

Dos Santos poses a threat. Cain won't just walk through him... although will probably get "W" anyway.

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But in the Carwin vs Lesnar fight we already saw that carwin is weak against a good wrestler.
Did weż I saw a supposedly good wrestler being completely dominated in the first round and a Carwin that could barely stand on his own legs in the second due to gassing.
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Did weż I saw a supposedly good wrestler being completely dominated in the first round and a Carwin that could barely stand on his own legs in the second due to gassing.
Yes, but you can't compare cain's stand up with that of Lesnar.

What i mean is carwin is not very hard to take down. And we have yet to see if this is the same case wit jds in think.
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