Double Trilogy Incoming

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by DeeDubb, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. DeeDubb Gracie Online Black Belt

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    Cody beats TJ.

    UFC sets up Cejudo/DJ 3 and Cody/TJ 3, with a guarantee that the winners will have a super fight at 135.

    Calling it.
     
  2. DeeDubb Gracie Online Black Belt

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    Nevermind.
     
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    NOPE!
     
  4. Bobby Boulders My Lovin' Is Digi Platinum Member

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    That was a BEAT DOWN.
     
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    So how did that work out for you?
     
  7. DeeDubb Gracie Online Black Belt

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    Not so well. Congrats TJ.
     
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    You were saying?
     
  9. MPD-Psycho Gold Belt

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    I was thinking the same earlier to be honest. Either that or winner vs. winner.
     
  10. DeeDubb Gracie Online Black Belt

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    Shit ain't WWE. It would have been a nice way to make 125/135 relevant for the next year or so, but it didn't work out.

    Cejudo vs TJ should be fine. Cejudo vs DJ III would also be great. I actually think TJ vs. Dom Cruz would be a really important "passing the torch" fight to solidify TJ's claim of being the best bantamweight of all time.
     
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    Cody is going to have to do a LOT to get a 3rd crack at TJ. When you lose twice by stoppage there's really no disputing it.

    Cody is five years younger. He may just have to wait until TJ loses a step.

    But, I'm legit worried about Cody on a personal level after this. Dude seems to be spending money like it grows on a tree and there was real personal beef there. I know he's TAM til death, but I doubt Urijah and team feel the same. They'll rally around some other young up and comer.
     
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    Yeah, Cody doesn't seem to have the mental fortitude to deal with this kind of setback. I'm worried about him too.
     

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