Originally Posted by ARSchwartz
I think he'll regain it regardless, but he'll regain it a lot faster if he takes a trip down to New Mexico. He went after Cain thinking he could take any kind of beating because of the confidence the Carwin fight gave him, well now he knows otherwise. He's not an idiot, he will bounce back from this loss just like he did against the Mir loss. Getting some stand up and strategy tips from the guys who work with GSP as opposed to only the people he brings in will speed him along quickly.
Imaging Lesnar with the crisp striking blended with his wrestling prowess. Mix that with his natural size, strength, and speed, and who would stop him?
If anything Lesnar probably thought the ref would give him more of a chance to recover. Lesnar was never out of the fight let alone anywhere close to being knocked out.
Turtling up when youre on your back and not improving your position is something he needs to stop doing. Hopefully he took something from his fight with Cain because not all fighters will blow their wad and gas themselves out like Carwin.
Someone said it best when they said Cain learned from Carwins mistake and refined his approach against Lesnar.