Why is JDS knock out of Cain a fluke? I see it a lot on this forum, and i don't know why. It seems dumb to me that people would jump to that conclusion and disregard that fighters victory. I for one, truly believe there is no such thing as a fluke in combat sports. It is not like winning a lottery, or being hit by a car and surviving. Those are all luck, flukes, miracles, etc... whatever you may call it, but JDS knocking out Cain is not. It is not like JDS punched Cain, and right when his fist hit lightning came down and struck Cain causing him to go out. Now that would be a fluke. JDS is a skillful striker and he landed his punch flush; It wasn't luck. JDS is skillful and Cain(who is also skillful) made a mistake. It is as simple as that. No luck but just the combination of JDS being a good striker and Cain making a mistake. The same goes for GSP vs Serra I. Serra threw a punch and caught GSP coming in. GSP made the mistake of exposing his chin and not guarding, and paid for it that night. It wasn't lucky, but simply, Serra knowing how to throw a punch and GSP's mistake that paid for it. Same goes for the Kampmann vs Alves fight. Alves went for the takedown and got caught by a submission. Again, it was not luck, but Alves mistakenly going for a takedown. So people, just give these fighters their dues. With that being said, CONGRATULATIONS Cain! Good fight.