First of all, I apologize if this topic has been done. I traveled just after the event and am only back home now to write about it. Anyway, the thing I thought right after the event was simple: It was surprising how Cain could pick Junior apart, because mostly I noticed Junior did not attack at all! One punch here one there, but nothing else. So how would Junior build up from there? IMO this is simple! Cain dominated for 5 full rounds.... ...but he couldn't put Junior away! So what does that mean? That means Junior CAN withstand Cain's pace in the first place! if anything, Cain was showing more signs of fatigue than Junior. That also means Junior proved he had a granite chin. Also, that showed his biggest mistake was not making Cain pay for his relentless attacks. heck, nowhere during the fight, Junior throw any knees! I mean, this is the first thing you catch someone shooting at your legs like Cain did! So I would build on this! he took All Cain could throw at him and was still standing! Build from this and up!!! IMO Junior's biggest mistake was exactly what was said in the pre-fight conference. When a reporter asked Cain if this was a dream rematch, Cain said yes. Junior made a point to say: "This is a rematch for Cain, for me it's just another fight". Maybe he should have treated it like a rematch, because Cain came back with a vengeance, Junior apparently didn't count on having competition!!!