UFC 200’s Cain Velasquez Talks Browne Fight, AKA’s Reputation, Conor + Media Obligations


MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke with UFC Heavyweight Cain Velasquez and heard what he had to say about his upcoming fight with Travis Browne, set for UFC 200. Cain talks about the importance of the match-up in terms of the Heavyweight division, his excitement about returning to the Octagon after having to withdraw from a title fight with Champ Fabricio Werdum, what he’s learned about fighting with injuries and what he’d do differently if he were to fight at high altitude again. In addition, the former Champ shares his thoughts on Conor McGregor’s stance on media obligations and how he thinks the UFC 199 title fight will play out between teammate/Champ Luke Rockhold and former champ Chris Weidman.

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48 Comments on "UFC 200’s Cain Velasquez Talks Browne Fight, AKA’s Reputation, Conor + Media Obligations"

  1. I wonder how many times velasquez says "you know" in this 24 minute interview. I have calculated that it must be at least 184 times. If anyone can tolerate watching the entire interview and at the same time count how many "you knows" are in there I would be happy to hear from you.

  2. Cain comes off really good here. Smart and together. It's a shame that he has tended to be too arrogant about stuff like training for altitude (and smogitude). Good guy (not a fan of the Brown Power slogan, tho) wish he could have defended the belt a bit more.

  3. you will beat the shit out of that altitude champion. he pulled a matt serra on a 2 year lay off + altitude gassed out cain.fabricio was prepare for the altitude he was their for a month,cain was their only for 2 weeks.And i like how americans were calling him american before the fight but after the fight they were calling him racist shit and calling him mexican just beacuse he lost.Americans are fucking backstabbing rats.

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