Junior Dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez 2: Head to Toe Breakdown

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Junior Dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez 2: Head to Toe Breakdown
Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

In the first offering of the UFC on FOX, Cain Velasquez fought Junior Dos Santos for the UFC Heavyweight Championship.

Just 64 seconds later Junior laid waste to Cain with a devastating overhand right to the temple—and it was over.

Junior Dos Santos reigned supreme over the Heavyweight division.

After the fight, Dana White and numerous other MMA personalities wondered aloud why Velasquez didn’t opt for a more wrestle-heavy approach. They wondered why he decided to "stand and bang" with a guy that many would say has the heaviest hands in the UFC.

Now we get to see a rematch of the top two Heavyweights in the MMA world.

So. Should we be expecting another 64-second demolition, or a 25-minute war?

Let’s break down the rematch!

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