Cain Velasquez (L) and Antonio Silva (R) at the UFC 160 post-fight press conference, where Dana White drooled over the trilogy match with Junior dos Santos. Screenshot Courtesy UFC's Youtube page.
UFC 160’s incredibly stacked card lived up to most people’s expectations Saturday night, which began with a bloody preliminary fight, and ended with two stellar heavyweight match ups.
In the title fight, Brazilian Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva proved he’d learned from his previous loss to Cain Velasquez by stuffing two takedown attempts early. Bigfoot took a low stance, and looked to keep the fight standing. After finishing Travis Browne and former K-1 fighter Alistair Overeem, it seemed like a smart tactic for Silva. This is where Velasquez gets props.