I know you guys have been waiting for this very day. The day when the undisputed UFC Heavyweight champion will face his toughest rival yet. Cain Ramirez Velasquez is the toughest, undefeated, and number one contender to fight the reigning Heavyweight champion of the UFC.
Cain has never been defeated in his entire MMA career. He fought a total of 8 fights and won in all bouts. And oh, 7 of his wins are via knockout! Pretty impressive isn't it? Imagine how tough he was back then and until now. He's a purple belter in Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu. His expertise are Wrestling and Kickboxing. He is possibly the strongest mixed martial artist that Brock Lesnar will face in his career.
Brock Lesnar, on the other hand, is really tough and undeniably the best fighter in his weight class. He has a total of 6 fights and he won 5 times. He was defeated once by Frank Mir, but a lot of Lesnar fans said that Mir was just lucky that time. If we compare their records, Velasquez has more experience over to Lesnar. Velasquez started his UFC career on 2006, while Lesnar just stared last 2007.
Velasquez is a veteran fighter and so far he's the best Heavyweight fighter that has a huge, I mean HUGE potential to beat Brock Lesnar left and right. I'm pretty sure that Velasquez has 99.9% chance of winning the Heavyweight championship in UFC 121. If there's some sort of miracle, Lesnar can still win and retain his title.
I'm not an expert forecaster and most of my forecasts didn't actually come true, so don't trust me if I predict who will win and who will lose in each fight card.
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So... Who do you think will win in the UFC 121 championship bout?
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