People talk about how Prime Overeem was the scariest heavyweight ever and he truly was at one point but then there was Cain, who looked far from a destroyer and yet he ran through people viciously. I mean, we talk about how brutal Khabib is but Cain was brutalizing people on the ground way before that, his run before all the injuries started piling up was far more brutal than what Khabib did, and that is saying something. It truly is a fucking pity that the injuries robbed us of a almost certain GOAT career, when he destroyed Brock people were hailing him as the next Fedor and I can this with certainty, NO heavyweight ever was going to beat Cain that night, not even Overeem. At his peak, Cain was the most skilled heavyweight ever. Pity that his body is so broken down that he can't even perform in the WWE, first match ended in a minute because his knee was banged up. Regardless, Cain was a destroyer and his fights were amazing to watch. He was not a huge star but he really gave us some amazing moments, from destroying Brock, to painting the octagon with Silva's blood and especially that staredown at ufc 166 (which was one of the greatest events ever imo) when he met Junior in the middle during his taunt, legitimately one of the most hype moments in history. WAR CAIN.