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If Cain wins tonight, what would you think of JDS?

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  1. Sickplicity Blue Belt

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    People really underrate Cain around here because of how the 1st fight went. I know alotta people have made threads about this, but what if Cain wins tonight?

    How about this, he not only wins, but he outstrikes JDS & out grapples him & eventually TKO's him. What would you guys think of JDS?

    JDS gets alotta love & I don't blame him, I love JDS, he's humble & has a sick killer instinct. But Cain's a beast too, a beast that's been long forgotten due to injury & losing the title in his first defense.

    If Cain wins tonight, I see a 3rd fight happening later down the line. But I'm not gonna count JDS out at all 'cause JDS is the only man to ever beat him.

    But what would your thoughts be in this situation?
     
  2. Prex32 Black Belt

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    shit happens
     
  3. Mr. Hammer Silver Belt

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    JDS would be written off as second-rate by the same retards currently doing it to Cain.

    I'm pulling hard for Velasquez to win, the way he's been written off is borderline comical.
     
  4. HC Daniel Blue Belt

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    This, im a huge JDS fan but i have my own doubts coming in tonight.
     
  5. mattf Brown Belt

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    As a great heavyweight that would probably get another chance.
     
  6. Bronson Purple Belt

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    Oh well. Everyone loses.

    Junior is a badass regardless of the outcome.
     
  7. C0NCH3TO Gold Belt

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    drop to 205
     
  8. Tony-The-Tiger Brown Belt

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    Both guys will still be great no matter the outcome. Watching their careers take shape, it was obvious these guys were going to be two of the best. They're both good guys that put on exciting fights and usually get the finish. If JDS loses, expect a trilogy fight down the road.

    They're the two best HW's in the world unless Overeem can prove otherwise.
     
  9. felmmando Red Belt

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    I would think he was overrated to begin with and that he had only gotten ahead by fighting cans. Isn't that what we think of every prominent fighter who loses?

     
  10. Edgar Allan Hoe Black Belt

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    Depends on how he loses. If he can rock Cain again he will have a great shot at the rubber match if he loses.
     
  11. PabloZed Brown Belt

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    Depends how it happens. I am pretty sure we are not going to see Cain outstrike JDS. He may land a good punch, but he's not the boxer JDS is. So a win will be on the ground. We haven't seen JDS fight off his back in the UFC really so perhaps we will learn something tonight.

    I just hope for a good fight, from all the fighters. And I wish them good health.
     
  12. Break Brick Black Belt

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    That he was overrated can that was never that good in the 1st place. Hype-train derailed...That's what losing one fight means as far as I'm aware.

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    felmmando got there first lol
     
  13. Prex32 Black Belt

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    yeah just like fedor
     
  14. myhumbleopinion** Orange Belt

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    these guys are truly the best 2 Hw Fighters on the planet. Cain has a great chance to win as does JDS and i like both guys styles just hard to cheer for one or the other. I put my money on Cain but i think it's about a coin flip bet.
     
  15. phoenixikki Black Belt

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    That is not happening. Cain is too slow. JDS only loses if Cain can make this a wrestling match.
     
  16. mmagoat Banned Banned

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    I agree. Most of them were saying they do not see anyone defeating Cain before the first fight.

    JDS could be just a bad match up for Cain, but Cain has more tools and a better cardio.
     
  17. MatrixTMN White Belt

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    Depends on how he would lose.
     
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    Or retire!!!
     
  19. mmagoat Banned Banned

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    Cain's hands are slower. But otherwise, Cain has a faster pace, especially after the first round.
     
  20. hadrian999 Green Belt

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    if he gets outstruck he would lose a lot of face, a guy who is supposed to be a great striker getting beat like that by a wrestler would be a huge embarrassment
     

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