A fighter the caliber of Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva consistently makes his opponents work tirelessly to exploit his few weaknesses.
But in his first meeting with Bigfoot, UFC heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez nullified Silva's 4.5-inch reach advantage by grounding him seconds into the bout and never letting him scramble back to his feet.
Velasquez mauled Bigfoot en route to a TKO win at 3:36 of the first round at UFC 146.
One day short of a year later, Velasquez will step in the Octagon tonight at UFC 160 with intentions of once again dismantling Silva with relative ease.
Here are three weaknesses Velasquez must take advantage of against Bigfoot.