HomeFight Videos Denis Stojnic vs. Cain Velasquez Fight Video UFC UFN 17 Bruno February 9, 2009 Fight Videos 13 Comments UFC Fight Night 17: MMA video of Denis Stojnic (5-1) vs. Cain Velasquez (4-0). The bout took place on Feb 07, 2009 at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Fla. . . . . Tweet Pin It Ben Funky Askren Vs. Tom Aaron Fight Video MMA Debut Jeremy Stephens vs. Joe Lauzon Fight Video UFC UFN 17 13 Comments throdoresci February 9, 2009 Cain’s boxing is hella crisp, in the future, i can see this dude beatin’ brock Log in to Reply DeltaSigChi4 February 9, 2009 Outclassed. Horrible matchmaking by ZUFFA yet again. E Log in to Reply toÃ±o February 9, 2009 ive seen denis in other fights and he lookes totally different…..he was ttally unprepared for this fight……ths fight wass only to make cain velasquez look good….and he knows….thats why he was kinda unhappy at the end of the fight….ufc ***** matchmakers…. Log in to Reply Mike February 9, 2009 This is a tune up fight for Cain. Its suppose to make him look good. Also, he is only 4-0 he doesn’t deserve to fight in the big time yet. He has to put his time in. This was suppose to be a harder fight for him since Dennis is a good striker but unfortunately Dennis did not oblige. Log in to Reply PitFighterZ February 9, 2009 The whole thing smells like arranged bull sh@t… Cain is obviously a good fighter, but Denis didn’t even tried. I think hey are trying to beef up the weightclass to have some better competitors in the future. After all, nobody deserves to watch Tim Silvia fighting again. But, Brock is absolutely overrated, Minotauro has passed his prime by a mile and Frank Mir won’t cary the class by himself. Time to bring in Fedor… Log in to Reply sibel February 9, 2009 Not bad at all for a 3-0 fighter, but he has no killer instinct; and thats something you cant develop. In any case, hope for good things for him in the future Log in to Reply lovethemfights February 10, 2009 I think a lot of people commenting here don’t know what they are talking about. Tune-up fight…yes, but still worth while for the ring time. Now in regards to the comment about Cain not deserving a shot because he is only (4-0), well that is plain stupid. I suggest whoever wrote that go and look at Brock Lesner’s record before his fight with Randy. It is all about selling the big show “PPV.” All the UFC cares about is selling the most PPVs and making the most money. Why has it taken this long for Lyoto to get a shot at the title (14-0)??? Because some people don’t find his style entertaining? All I’m saying is that it is not about who is winning anymore, it is just about who will bring in the bucks…for the most part. –ciao Log in to Reply paddedummy February 10, 2009 Who would have thought that the guy with sagging man boobs would have lossed. Log in to Reply smack February 10, 2009 hes only had 4 fights that was a really good performance, his punches seem to lack power for his size but he throws alot of them so its all good. look forward to see him develop, i wouldnt want that label on me and all the hype waste of engery thinkin about it all the time and having peoples expectations thrown at you looks like a good dude, good luck to him Log in to Reply Drew February 11, 2009 Stojnic had no business being in there with Valasquez. Clearly a mismatch. That being said, Cain is the real deal who is going to be tough to beat. Log in to Reply BakaSurvivor February 11, 2009 Early stoppage Log in to Reply galvanize February 20, 2009 I think this is arranged bull sh@t,Cain is not bad but Denis is much better fighter, he didnâ€™t even tried :-S in this match.. why?? who knows… Log in to Reply Bigcat March 10, 2009 WHoever thinks this was arranged is clearly not sure of what they are talking about. Alot of you people say stojnic was a bum, but look at his record he was 12-1. That means he beat 12 ppl and only had one loss. This guy was no bum, that being said, what great things can we expect from Cain? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.