"C'mon man, just say 'this guy is an idiot. Cain Velasquez did not train properly for the fight. He's a moron and he got his ass kicked, and he deserved to he get his kicked.' He's supposed to be the world heavyweight champion, he doesn't have enough sense to go somewhere and get acclimated to the climate or the altitude? Geez, he's training at sea level, he's going to fight at 7800 feet. You know, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to tell you, you gotta get in there one or two months beforehand. And if he's not smart enough, at least his trainer should be smart enough to tell him that."
I get the feeling Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) legend Don Frye is no fan of former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, who lost his 265-pound title to Fabricio Werdum in the UFC 188 pay-per-view (PPV) main event earlier this month in Mexico City. While Velasquez offered "no excuses" for his poor performance, many fans (and pundits) blamed the high altitude for his submission loss to "Vai Cavalo," something that could have been avoided with a couple of months of intense training south of the border. Velasquez is hoping to get a rematch later this year, but Frye told the boys at Submission Radio the ex-champ doesn't really deserve one. Anyone siding with "The Predator?"