Dana White Discusses a Potential TJ Dillashaw vs. Demetrious Johnson Fight Next

Dana White Discusses a Potential TJ Dillashaw vs. Demetrious Johnson Fight Next

Dana White Discusses a Potential TJ Dillashaw vs. Demetrious Johnson Fight Next

Dillashaw finished the fight with some brutal ground-and-pound before letting out a cathartic scream in Garbrandt's face after the fight had been stopped. He was on shaky legs walking back to his stool after the round.

Both fighters came out swinging with bad intentions from the get-go as a fire-fight ensued in the opening round. Garbrandt drops Dillashaw with a right hand late and appears to have him in significant trouble as time expires.

The past became reality when Garbrandt did the same in Round 1. He hits hard. You can condition your chin. "The better shape you are, the better your chin is". Garbrandt moved in and nearly got the finish, but Dillashaw was saved by the bell and wobbled back to his stool.

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The bantamweight champion admits that if he were to fight at flyweight, dropping the ten pounds would require a lifestyle change. "I was still there the whole time". "He holds his hands a little bit low anyway, so I was looking to take advantage of it", said Dillashaw. Landing a head kick was part of Dillahsaw's game plan.

The dance moves of "No Love", first seen when he claimed his title against Dominick Cruz last December, showed themselves in the early stages of the second and he looked considerably more comfortable on the feet up to the point that he ate a head kick from Dillashaw, a strike which spun the fight on its head. Despite what the judges said that night, Dillashaw always felt like he was the champion. "I should still be the champion and I am the champion. I am the champion, this is my belt". I am the champion.

"You've got that record and it's fake". "Demetrious Johnson I'm coming for you!" "I don't care how much this thing sells, I just want $2 million". I knew he was hurt, he was fast and getting out of the way. "I'm coming to the 125s and I'm stopping your record".

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