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Why didn't JDS attack when Cain missed his TD's and was lying helpless on the floor??

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  1. bjjwar Brown Belt

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    In the first round Cain shoot many telegrapehd TD's miles away and landed with his face on the canvas numerous times while JDS only moved away.Why do you think JDS didn't attack him when he was lying there?


    Edit:In some of those attempts Velazquez managed to grab ONE of his foots.He could have hammerfisted his head while Cain was using both hands to hold on his foot lol.Cain was really defenseless in those situations and JDS only moved away.

    Or do the same thing he did when Mir was lying on the floor.Rush in and punch him in the face.
     
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  2. JFRYE Orange Belt

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    Maybe he had a knee injury
     
  3. 8limbscientist Orange Belt

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    Who knows, honestly. Dos Santos has looked better in every single other fight he has EVER done. Like honestly he looked dead after avoiding 3 or 4 take downs. Whatever it was he let himself down most of all. UBEREEM FOR NEXT CHAMP IM CALLING IT NOW!
     
  4. Kinniku Purple Belt

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    He cant because of the unified rules.
     
  5. bwolf Green Belt

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    because he wanted him to stand up, its not that hard to figure out.
     
  6. poorlytoldjoke Blue Belt

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    Because Cain is the sort of wrestler who would wrap him up on the attack and complete the takedown. Better to be out of harms way, at least in theory. In retrospect, perhaps not.
     
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    if only soccer kicks were legal....

    :(
     
  8. JDawg9 Black Belt

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    Because the only strike you can do to grounded opponents are head stomps and soccer kicks...

    I think it would've been nice to see him try and pound him out like when he finished mir but hopefully he'll just improve for next time.
     
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    JDS was probably confident that if he stood him up he would knock Cain out.
     
  10. densun White Belt

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    JDS worried too much about the take down of Cain...

    I was more surprised that JDS looked extremely slow...I know Cain is a very fast HW...but JDS looked slow...if you watched his previous fights, he was very quick...
     
  11. Minnja Touch-Butt white belt Platinum Member

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    Because a great wrestler can still shoot from the knees. JDS probably did not want to initiate scrambles because they most likely were better for Cain.
     
  12. countswagula Gold Belt

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    People teme to discount the effect another guy being super aggressive has on some fighters. Sometimes they just don't know how to react.
     
  13. mmagoat Banned Banned

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    Cain's TDs are a bit overrated... and I am a big Cain's fan. He has a good single leg from a close distance but it is not very explosive. He would not have much success wrestling against Cormier or Jones.

    His strength is the pace and ability to mix thing up, not striking or wrestling by itself.
     
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    Pride... With elbows. Pleeeeeeeaaaase...:wink:
     
  15. syqnys Purple Belt

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    This is one of my critiques of JDS last night. He seemed too confident that Cain would simply slow down and stand with him. Hopefully when they rematch JDS will try to attack from top position. Cain was in a very vulnerable position many times and JDS walked away. It wasn't uncharacteristic of him, he always does that, but perhaps it's time that old dog learns new tricks.
     
  16. Bmurray Black Belt

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    He was too confident in his standup and playing it safe, just circling away while Cain was on his hands and knees. It was ridiculous.

    You PUNISH grounded fighters. JDS blew it in r1 by underestimating Cain and not seizing opportunity time and time again.
     
  17. Hideo Purple Belt

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    Nods. I mean, it has happened for JDS in every other fight, so I don't blame him for thinking that stuffing a few means the attempts would stop.
     
  18. bjjwar Brown Belt

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    In some of those attempts Velazquez managed to grab ONE of his foots.He could have hammerfisted his head while Cain was using both hands to hold on his foot lol.

    Or do the same thing he did when Mir was lying on the floor.Rush in and punch him in the face.
    Lol wanted to edit my post.
     
  19. ShinkanPo 我敢說我愛你

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    JDS should have thrown 4 to 5 liver punches for every Missed Cain Takedown.
     
  20. Pancake Sprawl WAR IGOR!!!11

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    He was confident in his stand up but he was off his game. His distance and timing were off even in the 1st. It seemed he spent a great deal of time working tdd and his striking suffered.
     

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