Cain brought the right game plan last night. He smothered JDS from the start and did not give him a chance to find his rhythm or his timing last night. It looked very much like when top level fighters figured out the game plan to beat Crocop was by doing the same thing. This is the weakness of technical boxing and Kickboxing in the MMA game. High level boxers need their feet under them and their range established through jabs and body shots to get comfortable, JDS had no such chance. The same way high level Kickboxers use round kicks and front kicks to set their range. JDS normally likes to take the first 2-3 minutes of the round to feel all of this out, then picks up the pace. Cain fought a masterful gameplan and JDS had no such chance and had to defend multiple takedowns all the while taking bombs to the face. Adding the fact that all JDS brought to the table was boxing, he needs to go back to the drawing board and add some new strikes to his game. He became predictable and Cain was the one with a more diverse standup game and landed almost everything and the kitchen sink.