Originally posted on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 10/20/13
After Junior dos Santos put Cain Velasquez (pictured) to sleep in merely 64 seconds in their initial encounter, a humiliated Velasquez never offered up any excuses following the lone blemish on his résumé. He simply promised that he would reclaim the throne in their rematch. Speaking of their sequel, Velasquez kept his word. He dominated dos Santos like no man had ever done before. In fact, Velasquez admitted after the fight that he intentionally didn’t want to finish dos Santos off early in order to send a message leading into their inevitable trilogy. Following the bout, reports surfaced that dos Santos was having personal issues during his camp, that he gassed out due to over training, etc. There was also that whole, “Cain hits like a girl” thing, even though dos Santos’ face was a bloody and battered mess after the rematch. Speaking of “Cigano’s” messed up mug, Velasquez unleashed the same destruction on his rival in Saturday’s rubber match. Only this time, after dominating dos Santos
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