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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by yekmurat, May 26, 2014.

  1. yekmurat Silver Belt

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    TJ and his team truely deserves huge respect,coming as such an underdog and putting that performance against one of the best guys out there is really something that I ve never seen before...No doubt he gained me as a huge fan...
     
  2. MayhemMonkey Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?

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    yeah me too, that was an unreal performance
     
  3. IloveTHIS Humble Narcissist

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    what TJ did was unreal, but honestly Barao's performance made me that much more of a fan of him than TJ. Dude got his ass kicked up and down the whole octagon for 20+ minutes and never gave up. Bad concussion in the first round and still threw bombs as hard as he could.
     
  4. yekmurat Silver Belt

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    lol Barao has balls of steel no doubt,he always tried to counter but TJ was too good for him
     
  5. FrostyAusty Yellow Belt

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    i too wrote Tj off but he was very impressive.. I couldn't even remember him letting barao get comfortable enough with his leg kicks.. His control of distance was impressive and seemed like he was winning every exchange.. I went in solely as a fan of barao and still am but TJ proved hes a helluva fighter and has rightfully earned mucho hespect.
     
  6. ALAN PARTRIDGE NO LONGER REGISTERED

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    Such an underdog?? hmmmm, believe the hype do you?
     
  7. SmilingBuddha Green Belt

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    How did you watch it again? Unless you recorded it or something. I've search online to try and find it because I missed it but I only come acrossed highlights of the fight.
     
  8. yekmurat Silver Belt

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    What hype???
     
  9. rac2 Black Belt

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    that guy has just a lot of sand in that vagina... nevermind him.
     
  10. yekmurat Silver Belt

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    lol ok
     
  11. muaythaibeast Brown Belt

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    When a guy from tuf is fighting one of the top 3 guys in the world (and barao was one of the top 3 guys in the world, no doubt about it) then hes an underdog
     
  12. Insmoke Brown Belt

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    TJ blew my mind. I knew he hugely improved his striking working with Duane, but damn, that was truly a world class performance in MMA striking versus a very, very dangerous guy. Watching forward to his next fight.
     
  13. ALAN PARTRIDGE NO LONGER REGISTERED

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    did you not see all of TJ's stats prior to the fight?
    guy had never been taken down in the UFC
    and his only loss since 2011 was Assun
     
  14. ultramanhyata Reclimbing Like Mountain

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    As a big TAM supporter I gave TJ no real chance against Renan. I was dead wrong.

    On the other hand, I have been saying for a long time - before it was even booked - that Mendes will dominate Aldo in a rematch.

    Given how wrong I was about Dillashaw, I'm now pretty worried about the outcome at UFC 176. :icon_chee
     
  15. ALAN PARTRIDGE NO LONGER REGISTERED

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    Quoting from South park episodes from 15 years ago, wow you are so Original
     
  16. Inabox Blue Belt

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    Will rewatch tonight, was kinda drunk Saturday
     
  17. loisestrad Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    You needed a rewatch to come to that conclusion? You must be pretty slow.
     
  18. yekmurat Silver Belt

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    4 months and 1000+ posts yeah I am definitely not as fast as you
     
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    this thread is full of trolls
     
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    To be honest I think Barao just had an off night.
     

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