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Customize you home screen with Cain Velasquez Widget.About Cain VelasquezVelasquez was born on July 28, 1982 in Salinas, California to Efrain and Isabel Velasquez. Efrain, who immigrated to the US illegally from Mexico and whose story inspires his son,[3] met and married American-born Isabel, which allowed him to attain US citizenship.[4] Velasquez has two siblings, Efrain, Jr., and Adela. He was raised in Yuma, Arizona.[5] He graduated from Kofa High School, where he compiled a record of 110–10 in four years of wrestling, including winning the 5A Arizona Wrestling Championship twice. Velasquez also played football for three years. As a senior, he served as captain of both his wrestling and football teams. As a footballer, he played quarterback. [5]After high school, he attended Iowa Central Community College, wrestling for one season and winning the NJCAA National Championship. Afterwards, Velasquez transferred to Arizona State University. He wrestled for the Sun Devils for three seasons and compiled a record of 86–17, placing 5th in the country in 2005, and 4th in 2006. While at ASU, Velasquez also wrestled alongside future UFC fighters Ryan Bader and C.B. Dollaway.[6]Velasquez made his MMA debut on October 7, 2006 against Jesse Fujarczyk at Strikeforce: Tank vs. Buentello, he won by TKO in the first round. Velasquez faced then undefeated Jeremiah Constant at BodogFight: St. Petersburg, he won via TKO in the first round at the 4 minute mark.[7]Cain made his UFC debut against Brad Morris at UFC 83 and won by TKO in the first round.In his next fight, Cain defeated Jake O'Brien at UFC Fight Night 14 via TKO in round one.[8]Cain then faced Denis Stojnic at UFC Fight Night 17 and the fight was stopped in round two with Velasquez earning the victory by TKO. Velasquez earned Knockout of the Night honors for his performance.[9]Velasquez's next fight was at UFC 99 against former kickboxer and heavyweight contender Cheick Kongo. Velasquez was once again dominant, landing 251 strikes and winning the bout by unanimous decision (30–27 on all cards).[10]His next opponent was expected to be Shane Carwin[11] with the winner likely challenging for the UFC Heavyweight Championship held by Brock Lesnar. However, that bout was scrapped[12] and Velasquez was instead told he would be fighting UFC newcomer Ben Rothwell at UFC 104.[13][14] He defeated Rothwell by second round TKO.[15]INSTRUCTIONS:To add a widget, go to widgets menu, choose widget to add widget, hold and drag to empty space.* Legal / Credits: *The Comic book/Comic book name, images, characters, logo and other details are not created by us but by their respective owners.* Advertising *We include a monetization platform to keep this app 100% FREE*Ads Agreement.*Creating an app takes time and money, In order to keep creating great (and free!) apps, we are using a new search service to monetize our apps. With this service we are able to create more great apps for you guys. This option bundles a few search points (icon, bookmark and homepage) for you to use. You can erase these easily and with no effect to our app. Thanks!Ads Opt Out

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