"Although, not right, and inexcusable, TJ succumbed to the relentless pressure to win at any cost for the purposes of appeasing his employers, pleasing his fan base, and providing for his family; a sentiment that we all can relate to." Do you think this a fair assessment of the situation? To me, he starts out really strongly with his statement and then undid it all with that last sentence. He says it is inexcusable then proceeds to make excuses for TJ. How is it "a sentiment that we all can relate to?" It's not. I am thinking about all of the opponents he cheated and legacies he ruined. Where is Moraes today if TJ didn't cheat? TJ stole 2 title shots from willing participants and held up a division for a year. He put himself first, as he's always said he does, and cheated to take money other fighters should have earned from their hard work. So no, I don't share the sentiment of hurting others to appease his boss, appease the fans and provide for his family. He could have done all those things without cheating other people who deserved the rewards he received. I was just disappointed to see such otherwise thoughtful comments undone by proximity bias and sympathy for the cheater. The guy earned his moniker. Snake.