This is how I see it, it was weird seeing Junior like that but I think it's down to this: -Too focused on defending on the TD. Juniors TDD looked amazing at the start, but I think he was only concerned about stopping the TD and didn't consider the threat Cain posed on the feet. Maybe Junior was too confident in being able to outland Cain on the feet that he forgot that although Cain is very hittable, his standup game is still solid and not to be taken lightly. This led him to getting caught with that big shot and it was pretty much it from there. Add to that the pressure that kept Junior backing up he couldn't really get going. Junior showed great resilience to keep going and Cain showed determination after the first few failed TD's. Well done to both guys. What do you think?