"Once he gets past the first punch and into an exchange, his defense disappears." Jack Slack: How TJ Dillashaw Killed the King . . . Last week we spoke at length about Barao's tendency to swing wild whenever he leaves his one-or-two-at-a-time punching formula. At the time, I said that Barao's recklessness in exchanges lead me to believe that his title reign would end with a bang rather than dropping by a pedestrian decision, but I could never have imagined that Dillashaw would be the man to pull it off. The final exchange highlighted exactly what we talked about in Barao's game. Once he gets past the first punch and into an exchange, his defense disappears. He leans forward at the waist, sticks his chin out, and drops his non-punching hand, swinging wild. Full story: http://fightland.vice.com/blog/how-tj-dillashaw-killed-the-king Great read, as usual, with lots of gifs. Bonus gif of RJJ's funky boxing move.