Former UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos has already re-watched his recent loss to Cain Velasquez a number of times.
Cain Velasquez said that he doesn't see himself fighting Junior dos Santos in the near future after winning their trilogy at UFC 166 on Saturday night.
Watch highlights from the main event heavyweight championship rematch between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos from UFC 166 at the Toyota Center in Houston on Saturday, Oct. 19.
UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez tightened his grasp on the belt on Saturday night, finishing Junior dos Santos in the fifth round of their UFC 166 main event.
Check out the video highlights as Cain Velasquez defended his heavyweight title by stopping Junior dos Santos in the fifth round at UFC 166.
Velasquez got the definitive trilogy end he was looking for as he manhandled dos Santos for five more rounds before finishing him.
The next man in line for the UFC heavyweight title is Fabricio Werdum, who took some time recently to give his take on the UFC 166 title fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos.
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Velasquez's boast that he couldn't submitted JDS plenty of times at UFC 155 struck a nerve with the Brazilian.
In regaining his heavyweight title at UFC 155, Velasquez's mission was to deliver a lengthy beating to dos Santos.
The heavyweights each have a win against each other as they prepare for their third bout at UFC 166 in Houston.
While a trilogy generally settles the score in combat sports, is it possible that the third fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos won't be their final battle?
After months of hype leading up to the first-ever UFC bout televised on FOX, heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos needed only 64 seconds to determine the outcome.
In November 2011, Junior dos Santos ripped Cain Velasquez' heavyweight title away. A year later, Velasquez paid his rival back over twenty-five record-setting, career-defining minutes.