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How Dillashaw beats Barao

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  1. ChinaMMABlog Green Belt

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  2. WendalClark17 Purple Belt

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    He already knows how to bet him because he corned Uriah faber?

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  3. LordBarnaby** Green Belt

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    He doesn't. He's a slower, weaker version of Faber. Barao already know's how to beat TJ, because he already beat the Alpha Male GOAT twice. Will be no different come 173.
     
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    I laughed out loud on that one too :icon_chee


    Dillashaw saw it first hand, he can stop training so hard now.
     
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    I know how to beat weidman because I watched him fight live once. Can I beat him? Hell no.
     
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    He is going to get crushed by Barao. He loses to no one unless he moves up to face Aldo... now that would be fun to watch.
     
  7. Degen Gambler Silver Belt

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    have his corner distract the ref then hit Barao with a steel chair?
     
  8. thetan Green Belt

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    Barao is definitely the clear cut favorite, but 6-1 is insane.

    I think he's going to surprise a lot of people. I'm not saying he's going to win, but he is talented enough to give Barao trouble.

    I feel the same way about this fight as I did about the Gus/JJ fight. Crossing my fingers for TJ, it'll be a fun fight regardless.
     
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    If he comes out strong like Mayday did, he may have success.

    The longer the fight goes on, the better chance Barao will have of winning. No way in my mind does TJ take a decision.
     
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    This.
     
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    Transplant surgery Chad Mendes reconstructed to look like TJ thus Barao surprised by the wrestling prowess. :icon_chee
     
  13. alpharowe3 Red Belt

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    TJ needs to pretend to get KO'ed, when Barao starts his little dance he needs to hop up back to his feet and punch Barao in the back of the head.
     
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    All these fools counting out TJ as if he has no chance. TJ is a much better striker than Faber. He has improved tremendously since he lost against Dodson. If TJ can set up his strikes, Barao could very well be on the losing end of this fight. After reading the article it sounds like TJ knows how to get it done.
     
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    lol
     
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    Is this the same knowledge that helped Faber do so much better in the rematch?
     
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    "don’t be surprised if Dillashaw’s game plan helps him avoid damage with footwork, land a number of devastating combos, and counter punching his way to a win."


    Surprised??? I would be fucking stunned speachless!!
     
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    My mind tells me barao but my heart says that some how Dillashaw is gonna shock us, I dont know why I feel this way.
     
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    1-1 in last two fights. Win against Mike Easton, loss to Assuncao. John Dodson can't even strike gold at 125, but he stopped Dillshaw in the first round. Oh yea, and I hear Barao is pretty good. I mean, he's okay.
     
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