"I think I took (Kongo's) best punch. He hit me clean twice in the perfect spot and didn't knock me out. I'm working on that, to avoid getting hit. If they say my chin's not there, they're wrong. I think Cheick Kongo has the best stand-up right now among MMA heavyweights. He has a lot of power. If he was fighting anybody else... I think he would've knocked out a lot of people with that ... I'm not happy with (my stand-up) yet. I won't be happy with it until it's perfect. Who knows when that's going to be or if that happens. That's just kind of the way I am."
-- Up-and-coming heavyweight prospect Cain Velasquez tells MMA Fanhouse that he's not concerned with Internet critics who claim he has no chin. The two-time All-American wrestler from Arizona State University (ASU) dominated most of the action at UFC 99 against Checik Kongo, but was dropped several times throughout the fight when the Parisyan made contact. Velasquez can erase those memories with a "Big" win at UFC 104 on Oct. 24, but will he be faced with similar danger against the heavy hands of opponent Ben Rothwell?