After UFC 166, Cain's last 5 fights will be...

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  1. doomy200 Brown Belt

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    Assuming Cain and JDS get back in the cage in a couple weeks, afterwards, Cain's last 5 fights will be



    JDS

    Bigfoot

    JDS

    Bigfoot

    JDS



    lol :D

    I'm trying to remember what the heavyweight division looked like before the strikeforce heavies came in. It must have really sucked if this is the best they can do now. No offense to those guys of course, great fighters... But still, that is lame that the champ has only fought 2 people in his last 5 fights.
     
  2. SimonNova Worship and forget

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    Cant wait for Cain vs Big Foot 3

    lol
     
  3. bubkusjones Brown Belt

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    Cain/JDS 3 ends in a draw, need immediate Cain/JDS 4
     
  4. TEXASMOJO Brown Belt

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    inb4...inb4
     
  5. cade187 I'm not a part of your system.

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    This was talked about back when Cain - JDS III was announced.
     
  6. TankAbbott4Eva Silver Belt

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    Cain is too good, that's his problem (if that is a problem). JDS can beat him in maybe 3 fights out of 10 in my opinion, other than that I don't think anyone can. Werdum may have a chance, other than that I can't really see it.
     
  7. mmascene Cinturón de plata.

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    No love for Werdum?
     
  8. Mohawk Mauler Imaginery Borders Matter

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    Travis Browne as fight #4
     
  9. SeattleFightFan Steel Belt

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    what do you suggest?

    Mir fought for the title. he replaced Alistair. Brock left, and so did Carwin. Nog lost to Mir, as did Kongo. Struve lost to Nelson, but Nelson lost to JDS and Mir. Browne, of course, got decapitated by BF.

    and although a bunch of us wanted Werdum, we got drown out by the vast vocal majority of sherdoggers who only knew him from 2 or 3 bouts; JDS, AO & AA, and therefore think he's unworthy.

    so again, what do you suggest?
     
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  10. PivotalDisorder Banned Banned

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    if Fedor had that kind of quality on his record he would be great :p
     
  11. Lapiz Conciente Blue Belt

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  12. ibrar faiz Orange Belt

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    Theres actually alot of potentials this thread is bullshit and not even funny anymore the joke has died out:

    werdum
    barnett
    browne
    overeem (2 kos in a row mir + another)
    cormier (if he isnt afraid of cain so much)
     
  13. Fight Professor Gold Belt

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    Werdum's recent wins - Russow, Nelson, Nog, and a loss to Overeem
    Barnett's recent wins - Rogers, Kharitonov, Nandor (cool name but come on), Mir, and a loss to Cormier
    Overeem - wins over Lesnar, barely won against Werdum, lost to Bigfoot and Browne
    Bigfoot - wins over Overeem and Browne, 2 losses to the champ
    Mir - win over Nog, losses to JDS, Cormier and Barnett

    I can see BigFoot getting another title shot after a good win (Barnett or Miocic).
     
  14. kmasonbx Brown Belt

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    Werdum should be getting this shot instead. Let JDS get 2 wins before a rematch.
     
  15. ColonelAngus1 Black Belt

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    Because Werdum is going to get him to the ground? Oh, wait... he's going to outstrike him... no, no... I got it... he's going to outwork him!
     
  16. Spinjira Green Belt

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    If Cain loses.

    It will be

    JDS
    ***
    JDS
    Bigfoot
    JDS
    Bigfoot
    JDS

    These two are going to fight a million times. Every match a one sided ass whoopin by one of them.
     
  17. Winston Wolf Problem solver

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    Indeed... there was an identical thread.
     
  18. PAPERCLIP30 Silver Belt

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    Yeah we know.


    They're head and shoulders above everyone else in the division though.
     
  19. welcometohavoc Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Cain is like the HW version of Frankie Edgar
     
  20. thetaylor22 Banned Banned

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    Bigfoot's title shot was a joke. Nobody thought he would win and it was a one sided quick beat down as expected. Werdum should have gotten that title shot but he was stuck in TUF.

    Werdum gets the next shot and if JDS wins I really believe DC will stay at Heavyweight. At least now we have the Barnett/Browne winner will not be far behind for a title shot.
     

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