Cain is a different fighter from the one who fought Kongo. If I had to pick I'd pick Cain because of his non stop pace, unrelenting attack, superior wrestling, and never ending cardio.
But the truth is, it's anyone's fight. Cain's never fought a guy with JDS combo. Top teir boxing with great TDD. People say we haven't see JDS' TDD. That's partially because his footwork part of his TDD. Much like Dominic Cruz. His footwork is what helps him avoid TD's. Same with JDS. Dudes can never quite settle in for a good shot because his footwork is good. But I think Cain has an answer for that.
On the other hand, JDS has never faced a guy like Cain before. Excellent boxing with Superior wrestling. Here he faces a guy with just as much (if not more) speed. A great working knowledge of boxing. The ability to take anyone down. And a relentless attack.
Neither one of these guys has faced anyone like each other. It's all about who can impose their will the best. I'm favoring Cain just because historically, wrestlers have defeated strikers in Championship fights. And if Chael (as much as I don't like him) would've known how to defend against a triangle, he'd be the current champ.
Cain's jaw is questionable though. He recovers well, though. But JDS's TDD might be the winning factor if he hurts Cain how Kongo hurt him. Kongo just went down. I don't see JDS going down as easy. Tool box for tool box, I feel that Cain has the more complete and dangerous tool box. JDS can get the KO. I'll go ape if that happens. But I honestly have Cain winning via TKO after tiring Cigano out and laying down some mean GnP until the ref stops it.
Couldn't agree more that pretty much sums up the fight. At the end of the day the great part about this is that this fight is so even that anyone could win it. Goin wit Cain doe