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  • 01-01-2013, 05:33 PM
    optimusjoel
    Quote Originally Posted by CtGreat View Post
    The question is, how could he possibly not have been prepared for that game plan Cain used? When a fighter looses a fight, and in that fight he was being tentative, in the rematch he is almost always more aggressive. Cain's only option to beat JDS was be more agressive/start fast, since otherwise would risk getting knocked out.
    Your asking me? I don't know what he was expecting
    He probably figured if Cain came within range he would get cracked again.
  • 01-01-2013, 02:58 PM
    Kimbo> Rampage
    Cain really showcased his wrestling and control... JDS has elite TDD, but Cain just kept going for the takedowns, even when he wasnt getting them...

    Early on JDS was fast and had his TDD down very well... Once he started to slow down, Cain had it in the bag, JDS couldnt handle that pace... But to think JDS cant put Cain out again is a mistake.

    Fan of both of them.
  • 01-01-2013, 02:55 PM
    CtGreat
    Quote Originally Posted by optimusjoel View Post
    One thing that frustrates me about this board is that one performance determines everything. Cain looked good, not unbeatable. That style he used to win is easy to game plan for, you could tell how unprepared jds was for it. I still think the rubber match is a coin toss to who would win.
    The question is, how could he possibly not have been prepared for that game plan Cain used? When a fighter looses a fight, and in that fight he was being tentative, in the rematch he is almost always more aggressive. Cain's only option to beat JDS was be more agressive/start fast, since otherwise would risk getting knocked out.
  • 01-01-2013, 02:52 PM
    Kimbo> Rampage
    Picked Cain in the first fight... picked JDS in the 2nd fight...

    Cain could do better than he did in the first fight, I also believe JDS can do better than he did in the rematch...

    They are the clear 2 best HW's imo... they are a level above guys like AO and DC.

    JDS can take a beating, but he just didnt seem himself... Cain's pace is incredible, especially for a HW...

    JDS will always be dangerous early... He could easily KO Cain again... but if it goes past the 2nd or 3rd, Cain takes it every time.
  • 01-01-2013, 02:45 PM
    m1ckeykn0x
    Well I typed out a very long post that I spent quite a bit of time on considering people's opinions, Cain and JDS, and their fucking awesome fight but some bullshit happened like always when I go to submit it after being logged out from time constraints and then it gives me some shit about my post not being able to be submitted, so I back up a few pages and it's erased.

    My dumb ass should know by now to copy and paste before trying to submit because this has happened to me a number of times and it leaves me not wanting to post anything.

    Damn it. I can't even sum up what I had typed. Oh well, fuck it.

    It was a great god damned fight and a treat for anyone who truly appreciates MMA and fighting. I feel sorry for all the people who watch fights but have no concept of what they're truly witnessing.
  • 01-01-2013, 05:35 AM
    Badluck33
    JDS got robbed.
  • 01-01-2013, 05:30 AM
    Pasha K
    Quote Originally Posted by optimusjoel View Post
    One thing that frustrates me about this board is that one performance determines everything.
    It is not only this board. It is everywhere like that.
    It seems that it is our nature or something, but to most of the people, you are as good as your last performance.
    14 months ago Cain was the next GOAT and JDS was a solid prospect. A year ago JDS was the GOAT and Cain was an overrated glass chined guy.
    In may JDS was the GOAT and Cain was actually pretty good.
    Now Cain is the invincible GOAT and his KO loss was a fluke.
    If JDS beats Cain, then JDS will again become the GOAT and what happened at UFC 155 was just a bad night for Cigano.

    It is not only in MMA, it happens everywhere.
    In soccer for example, Real Madrid lose one game and the press writes "Absolute disaster, Real madrid is in a huge crisis!!!!". 5 days later Real Madrid wins and press is "Real Madrid is back!! This team can beat anyone at any time".
  • 01-01-2013, 05:03 AM
    MIZjitsZOU
    Quote Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement View Post
    And this needed its own thread? If you want to have some weird one way conversation then at least PM me.

    And oh yeah, JDS was destroyed.

    I hope the internet can hold this thread...

    I think Junior got tore up. He showed an amazing heart. I can't wait to see what he can do. It will be nice to see him have some adversity. I really think him and Cain are great, so the next two years will be awesome.
  • 01-01-2013, 04:45 AM
    optimusjoel
    One thing that frustrates me about this board is that one performance determines everything. Cain looked good, not unbeatable. That style he used to win is easy to game plan for, you could tell how unprepared jds was for it. I still think the rubber match is a coin toss to who would win.
  • 01-01-2013, 02:36 AM
    YukonJordan
    Fight went almost exactly as I thought it would. It actually reminded me a lot of Fedor vs Cro-cop. JDS was this feared striker and Cain simply walked him down and gave him no room or respect. Cain showed he's the more complete fighter and that the first fight was probably what I said it was: a fluke punch that landed behind the ear.

    JDS showed amazing resolve by not being finished but his biggest flaw was not punishing every failed takedown.
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