It didnt take much longer than the 64 seconds Junior dos Santos required to seize the UFC heavyweight belt last year for the Brazilian striker to realize he didnt get the best of Cain Velasquez.
At the interview afterward, I saw how disappointed his was in his performance, dos Santos told FOXSports.com through an interpreter. I know this time Cain will be giving it his all. Hes going to be gunning for me.
In the 13 months leading up to Saturdays rematch at UFC 155 in Las Vegas, dos Santos and the MMA community learned the extent of the injuries Velasquez dealt with during the first bout. Maybe thats why, even though dos Santos is still predicting a knockout victory, he's estimating it'll take at least two or three rounds of the five-rounder at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
I believe in myself a lot, said dos Santos, who entered the original fight with his own knee injury. I believe in my hands. I believe in my knockout power. I know Cains personality. I know hes an excellen...