First let me say big ups to Cain for his dedication and the hard work he put in to regain his belt. Amazing, by any standard. With that said, I gotta be honest, I personally cannot watch another wrestler relies on drawn out single / double-leg takedowns and G&P to the exclusion of a trip or throw and submission that might end the fight. Watching Cain's seemingly limited repertoire made me question GJJ or Cain's proficiency at using it in actual fights. I could almost buy the argument that maybe it isn't smart to get into a submission match with a Black House fighter, even a wobbly one but Cain is a freaking Brown Belt in GJJ. His armbar attack was great but it took forever to get JDS to the ground and Cain's options seemed limited. Ultimately, a win is a win, and I truly mean no personal disrespect to AKA fighters or Dave Camarillo. I guess I would just like to see Cain, if he doesn't defend right away, to spends more time doing disciplined BJJ with Leandro Vieira at AKA (maybe with a spin through the IBJJF or Abu Dahbi World No Gi's). I honestly feel like if he does that the rubber match ends much quicker than last night's fight because he will have better developed weapons to get JDS to the ground and make him suffer there as well as on the feet!