JDS Coach Believes Cain’s Inability To Take A Punch Is His Weakness

“I have no doubt that we will get closer to the knockout as soon as ‘Cigano’ lands one or two punches. Cain’s ability to take a punch is his weakness, and that’s what we will explore in this fight. Cain is a complete fighter, deserves our respect, but ‘Cigano’ is stronger and more durable,” he said. “The best way to win this fight is work on the punches, and we know the title is coming back to Brazil.”

In just a few months MMA fans will witness a historic fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos in a Trilogy matchup set for the UFC 166 main event.

With both men set at 1-1 against each other, this final heavyweight championship installment will put this sporting rivalry to bed.

In a recent interview with MMAFighting, Luiz Carlos Dorea, stated that his athlete, Junior dos Santos, will be able to knockout Cain Velasquez again as he did in their first confrontation and calls the champs chin his weakness.


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