Considering how JDS-Cain II went

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  1. Flying Kneebar**

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    How do you think the planned Lesnar-JDS fight at UFC 131 would've gone? I realise Lesnar and Cain don't have exactly the same fighting style but Lesnar is arguably a better wrestler than Cain and he has the same speed advantage that Cain has and eclipses every other HW in strength. Do you think that it would've gone the same way?
     
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    Stop.
     
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    Cain beat JDS with striking not wrestling. Nothing to see here, move on.
     
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    Nope

    Brock doesnt have Cain's pace.Even if Brock got the takedown JDS would have sprong back up and then Brock would have gassed and got flat lined
     
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    Brock Lesnar would've gotten destroyed by JDS.

    Your sig says Chael is the greatest of all time. Clearly a troll. Make an effort, pal.
     
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    No. Cain's striking and cardio are better than Lesnar's were.
     
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    After seeing how JDS can stuff a TD when he's not rocked...he would have destroyed Brock worse than Reem did.
     
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    brock wouldn't be able to hold him down when he finally does take him down, and as far as chin and heart brock couldn't take 1 round of what jds took 5
     
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    Plus Cain cept attacking JDS with single leg attempts which didnt really allow JDS to form his wide stance,with Lesner,all Lesner really has is a double leg,so JDS would have been able to form his stance and flat line the WWE superstar
     
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    And Brocky doesnt have Cain's relentless wrestling attack
     
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    Brocks single leg is doodoo compared to Cain's

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    I think at this point we know Cain>Lesnar to a pretty large degree and in every facet besides being large.

    If you want to see evidence, go watch Cain beat the piss out of Lesnar.

    JDS would have maybe gotten taken down against Lesnar, he would have gotten back up and probably TKO'd him by the end of the second at the latest.

    The reason Cain had so much success is that he was a danger on the feet too.
     
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    Have the feelings it goes the same way as the Reem fight 8/10.

    JDS is still a top Hw, folks.
     
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    Lesnar does not have the striking or cardio that Cain has.
     
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    Took Cain several attempts to take JDS down.. If Brock completed the takedown on his first attempt he possibly could've beaten JDS up, but that is unlikely. It would've looked like the Carwin fight except he would have finished him.

    Liked Brock but he can't take a shot.
     
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    Why does it seem like jds has his hands down most of the time. Isnt that bad boxing technique? Was he already rocked at that point.



    O n in b4 "Lesnar could have not taken the shots Cain ate to set up some of those takedowns."
     
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    Uh, Lesnar couldn't and didn't. Remember that Lesnar fought Cain and got blasted within a round.

    Having your hands down definitely is not considered good fundamentals. In JDS's case, he should've kept them high in that fight. Dropping the hands is something that only the boxers with good head movement and reflexes do (Sergio Martinez).
     

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