I can clearly see how Fabricio should approach this November title fight with Cain and how to secure victory: Cain's best attributes are his MMA kickboxing, dirty boxing, ground & pound and clinchgrappling which are each enhanced by his superior cardio. Fabricio should assertively take the center of the cage and face down the soon-to-be former champion with an educated jab and Muay Thai combinations off of the jab in a strategic objective to back Cain up and make him fight cautiously/passively and at Werdum's pace. Switch stances at times and finish various Muay Thai combinations of three, five and two strikes with some targeted at his body (liver especially) at his head (temple especially) or his legs (knee especially) Cain will try to smother Werdum against the cage and drown him with high-intensity dirty boxing . . . bust him open like a tomato with advanced close combat combinations from Kings MMA . . . use the Muay Thai clinch to dictate the pace and the direction of the fight . . . use the Judo clinch as well to keep Cain guessing about pulls and/or pushes then trips and/or throws while in the standing grapple exchanges. If the fight goes to the mat, so what you do but concentrate on sweeps more than submissions when opportunities present themselves ASAP (use Cain's aggressiveness against him and gain superior position) BUT be sure to bust him with a MMA knee strike when the single takedown attempt comes from Cain This fight will be won on the basis of the striking exchanges . . . because if Cain loses the standup where does he go for sanctuary? To the mat? No he goes to the cage for desperation dirty boxing I believe so . . . anticipate that and capitalize on it when this scenario occurs with superior grappling and various takedowns threats from the Judo and BJJ mastery you have over the soon-to-be former champion http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabrício_Werdum Cain is NOT invincible and I reasonably and honestly believe that this gameplan will enable Fabricio "Vai Cavalo" Werdum to take the UFC title!!