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10/20/13 10:37 PM
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SirBadd
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I think the concept of his that he keeps his hands down to stop takedowns is stupid cause it did not work for two fights..

He should have kept his hands up and actually boxed and rely on his great ability to get back up to his feet... He would have had a far better chance imo Phone Post 3.0
10/20/13 10:39 PM
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shaqitup
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Cain barely took him down.

The most important thing for him would have been avoiding the fence, or at least getting off the fence.

10/20/13 10:42 PM
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PatrickVilone
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JDS only has a chance within the first moments of a Cain fight. Once Cain puts that ferocious pressure on you it's game over.

Cains cardio is insane. We all know this. He pushes his weight against people like JDS. Making JDS tired after leaning on him against the fence.

And once Cain has someone slightly out of breath it just snowballs from that point.

But yes I agree JDS has a better shot with his hands up. BUT, I personally think his hands were down due to him being so tired.

Science FTW right? Phone Post
10/20/13 10:44 PM
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FreightTrain
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He had no energy, he was gassed...

By the 3rd his hands were down and needed the fence to stand.

No one helped this man, not his corner, not Herb not the docs...

Unforgivable.
10/20/13 10:50 PM
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He didn't seem to make any adjustments after the first fight or more importantly, during either fight. It just seems as though when plan A fails, he can't find another way to win or at least adapt so his game is effective. Phone Post 3.0
10/21/13 12:21 AM
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SouthernCrossMMA
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I was getting do frustrated with junior I'm the first 2 rounds. He seemed really nonchalant and every time he finally got some space he allowed himself to be pushed up against the cage again straight away.

I really wanted junior to win but he made no adjustments since the last fight it seems Phone Post 3.0
10/21/13 12:44 PM
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Donkey Puncher
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Júnior is like chuck, if he doesn't knock you out in the first round then its all over. Phone Post
10/21/13 12:48 PM
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fraz1001
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shaqitup -

Cain barely took him down.

The most important thing for him would have been avoiding the fence, or at least getting off the fence.

^this Phone Post 3.0

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