When I was watching the fight with Rogan's commentary I thought that Barao was TOTALLY outclassed and completely destroyed every round, because well, let's be honest, it was a shocker so Rogan wasn't really focusing on what Barao landed but more of what T.J. landed and it's hard to blame him, it was spectacular. While it's true that in round 1 T.J. landed that bomb and in round 5 he finished him, between rounds it wasn't a total domination when you watch the fight muted. Round 2 was honestly drawish. Round 3 and 4 go to T.J. but it wasn't a domination like I thought it was. He landed more, sure, but it might have seemed like he totally outclassed him based on how well and fancy he moved, but if you watch the shots he and Barao landed, it wasn't such a one sided beatdown as I thought it was watching it the first time. Barao landed quite a few, but T.J. was unfazed, which made it seem like Barao didn't even land. At the end of round 4 Barao made some mistake with his spinning kick and fell to the ground and T.J. capitalized, but it's not like he took him down himself. In general, I think that after Barao was nearly KO'ed in the first round, he never recovered, but still fought decently in hindsight. Althought, T.J. was superior in every facet in every round, no doubt about it. Just thought I would share my view, because many people have the same view as I had with the voice on. With the voice off, it wasn't as loopsided as I thought, because I could really concentrate on the punches slipped and on the punches landed. After first watching I didn't want to see the rematch beacause I thought that Barao was totally outclassed and won't show anything more in the rematch. But now, I think it would be a good fight, if he wasn't caught like he was in the first fight. But he did seem confused with T.J's movement even prior to the knockdown. Either way, T.J. is the man and he made a new fan for sure. But I will still be rooting for Barao in the second fight if it happens I want to see the dance!