I just saw Vinny answered a twitter question regarding Cain's next opponent: 'Vinny Magalhaes ‏@VinnyMMA @BigMarley3 likely not overeem. I think Overeem would clean the floor with him. And I'd risk saying that Werdum would likely beat him too. ' I think Cain is a beast and actually predicted him to win the rematch if he survived the first round but, IMO, both Overeem and specially Werdum match up quite well with him. - Overeem seems to have solid TDD and would be the stronger man in the clinch. Better, more technical and also more powerful striker (just overall a way better kickboxer than Cain) and, to add, great ground game if he eventually finds himself on his back at some point in the fight. While Cain's cardio and pace would be tough to deal with, Overeem has enough tools to finish it within at least the first 2 rounds IMO. - Werdum's standup is still underrated and overlooked by many people. His muay thai is legit and I don't really think, at all, Cain would have a big advantage in that area (maybe just a slight one). Another characteristic of him that is sometimes overlooked is his strength. Even if Werdum isn't known for outmuscling fighters, he is a very big, strong HW that does a lot of damage in clinch exchanges and knows perfectly how to take advantage of those situations to work specially his knee strikes. Cain's main strength is still his wrestling, accompanied by his fast pace and aggressive style, but if the fight hits the ground he would, again, be in a lot of trouble. Werdum has one of the best guards in MMA, his BJJ is by far the best in the division, and a submission win would be VERY likely. Fabricio just needs a couple of seconds to take hold of his neck, arm or legs. Cain would be in constant danger being in his preferred position, that also has an important mental effect. Thoughts? I just hope we get to see one of these fights before the JDS rematch. Cigano should fight somebody else before getting another shot considering the beatdown.