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UFC 160: Velasquez vs Bigfoot 2 Extended Preview

Posted on by MMAWeekly.com Staff

UFC-160-poster-478x270UFC commentators Kenny Florian and Joe Rogan preview the two heavyweight bouts atop the UFC 160 fight card: Cain Velasquez vs. Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva and Junior dos Santos vs. Mark Hunt.

Velasquez puts his heavyweight championship belt on the line in a rematch with Silva, while dos Santos and Hunt try to move into position to become the next challenger for the title.

  • drkdisciple

    The only real question here is how many rounds will big foot last. I would be stunned if he makes it to the 3rd!

    • ned sto

      I also expect Cain to finish Silva early as he did in their first meeting.

    • you never know

      I also think Cain is going to take it, but dont forget how everyone thought Alistair was going to KO Antonio. MMA, you never know whats going to happen!

  • Mojo jojo

    He could ko Cain

  • Agent119

    Yeah, not looking to good for Bigfoot. Of course, it’s been forever since we’ve seen an upset in the UFC.

    • http://www.facebook.com/lucas.freire.520 Lucas Freire

      Cung Le vs Rich Franklin?

  • http://twitter.com/Uncanny390 Timothy Malone

    Kenny and Joe is what the PPV broadcast team should be

  • JDMMA

    they really want to sell this fight…. first fight was one way
    annihilation of Big Foot

  • Ray Digga

    Velazquez has a great chin and although bigfoot has heavy hands, he does not have the one punch knockout power it would take to ko Cain. He punches in bunches and Cain is too fast to allow him to land a combo on him. Look for Cain to take this to the ground again and tko him once again.

  • Nosgoth1979

    Velasquez is almost certainly going to come out on top tomorrow night, but I’d never count Silva out. There’s actually a number of great looking fights on that card too, so I’m psyched for UFC 160. Even more so since I have a DISH Hopper now, and because of it this will be the first PPV event I’ll get to watch in peace in a very long time. The Hopper can record up to six shows at once during primetime, so my wife can record her shows, the kids can record theirs, and I’ll be able to focus on the fights at the same time! Being a DISH employee, I was thrilled when we released the Hopper. And after having one for a while now, it still continually impresses me.