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A note from my editor that I simply must include:
"Dos Santos is the toughest SOB ever. This should have probably been stopped, but he's still in it."
He has a point. This is getting absurd.
The fact that dos Santos can stand is amazing; the fact that he's firing back and still actively trying to win this fight is borderline ridiculous.
Make no mistake: this fight is about Velasquez and his insane blend of speed, power and technique, but I can't help but be more drawn toward dos Santos' spirit.
The champion is still dominating in every way, but dos Santos is still there, and that, at this point, is incredible.
The doctors checked a cut on dos Santos' face in this round, but Cigano said he was fine.
Of course he did.
What can you say at this point?
Dos Santos is throwing a healthy dose of left elbows now, so I'm wondering if he injured his hand, but really, that doesn't matter.
Cain is going to work. It's a carbon copy of UFC 155.
Is this redundant? I'm sorry.
There's nothing to say. Cain is the best heavyweight in the world, and he's destroying dos Santos...again.