UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez plans to take the fight to former titleholder Junior dos Santos when the two meet for the third time at UFC 166 on Oct. 19 at the Toyota Center in Houston.
“I’m not going to give this belt away,” said the champion. “I’m going to stay champion for a while.”
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Bet ,the farm on Cain!
Say good bye to the farm .
After Cain gets done with JDS . “I’m going to own 2 farms son!”one for my wife and the other for my big tittie mistress..
After this fight Cain may be working on one of your farms !
cain will lose that fight
cuz you can see the future….shut up.
no, cuz Junior is a KO artist and Cain has a soft chin……shut up
I think this must be one of the most even match lately.
Cain is gonna mop the floor with this guy. AGAIN.