Before the Cain vs. Werdum fight at UFC 188, heres what Javier Mendez had to say about Cain: "Werdum's not going to be able to handle the intensity." "Werdum has no chance. Cain's gonna do what he wants to do with him." "By saying a zero chance, it’s not an actual statement. I’m saying he [Werdum] has little chance." "He’s [Cain] going to win every round. He’s either going to stop him or give him the beating of his life." "His cardio, health, everything is at 100%" "He’s never going to make…if [Werdum] makes five rounds, he’s going to get beat up worse than JDS. I tell you that, I say that, and it will happen." Here is what Javier had to say this morning: "I told Cain we needed to come down early to get used to the altitude," Mendez said during the first episode of the UFC 188 Embedded series. "He said, 'No.' He's trained here before and he's fine. I kept pushing the issue and he gave in and decided, 'OK, I'll go two weeks early. It worked out great. He's in great, great cardio shape." "I screwed up," Mendez told Talking Brawls. "I screwed up the last time. The bottom line is it was my responsibility to prepare my fighter in the best possible way and that night I didn't. I failed. I failed at my job. Regardless of Cain saying it was his fault, it wasn't. It was my fault. It was my responsibility to look into the altitude and all that. I screwed up and I won't make that mistake again.