12-1 10 TKO finishes 9 first round finishes Wins over Junior Dos Santos (former champ), Antonio Silva (x2), Brock Lesnar (former champ), Minotauro Nogueira (former interim champ). Aside from the first fight with JDS (which he more than avenged in the rematch and likely will in the rubber match), the man has looked unbeatable in all of his UFC fights, never losing more than a few seconds of each fight. What's more, he has only had 13 fights total, so the room for improvement is still there (most notably, his head movement/jab has come leaps and bounds within the past two years). I still feel he doesn't get the recognition he deserves in p4p rankings. He is ranked 5, sure, but it seems like he'll never be considered above Jones/GSP/Aldo or even Anderson, which is a tad unfair. He doesn't have any physical advantages for his weight class (Jones) nor is he physically large (Aldo, to some extent GSP). To me, he is the epitome of the p4p best fighter: cut little to no weight but dominate anyone regardless of size. What's sad is even if he beats JDS again brutally, he won't have anyone else to really make a legacy off of. Barnett, Werdum, and perhaps even Travis Browne are available but those aren't names that people will look back on and really romanticize. Oddly enough, even though HW is pretty strong at the moment (comparatively speaking) it seems like Cain's tango with JDS will be the only thing that keeps him relevant in terms of p4p. Everything else will simply be 'squash' matches. Thoughts?