JDS reflects on loss. Speaking with Brazil's SporTV, Junior dos Santos admitted to using the "wrong strategy" in his loss to Cain Velasquez, worrying too much about takedowns, not protecting himself properly, and not taking advantage of his jiu-jitsu. Dos Santos also said of a rubber match: "I want now, soon." http://www.mmamania.com/2013/1/1/38...rematch-cain-velasquez-ufc-155-wrong-strategy I was a huge JDS fan and I was rooting for him against CV at 155. However, throughout the course of the fight I was wondering where the heck is that so called BJJ black belt everyone keeps touting he has from the Nogs. Constantly, it's been said that he had been training in BJJ before he even got into striking in 2006. I said it the day after his beating under the hands of CV that JDS needs to move the out of his current gym and go someplace where he can be thought to be an all around fighter with 'a strategy'. Many will say he has great coaches. But, sometimes it's not about what they've done for you but rather what more can they do. JDS should really take this experience much like GSP did with Serra. He needs to make a change. Primarily because it wasn't like him losing to CV was even that close. It was a completely humiliation. So, he needs to take at least a year to regroup. Otherwise, given the outcome of 155 the same fate awaits him in the rubber match. He's kidding himself if he thinks an immediate rematch is in the cards.