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T.J. Dillashaw

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  1. EvanSullivan Yellow Belt

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    How can he beat Barao? I literally have no idea how can he win this fight. I'd give him a 1% chance to win. Barao tko round 1
     
  2. Nihongi Black Belt

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    Barao is going to spin kick his face off.
     
  3. Dart Feld Steel Belt

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    He has a pretty nice head kick.
     
  4. MeatheadFighter Green Belt

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    Dillashaw will dominate Barao in the standup. 1st round KO.
     
  5. Junior Cigano** Brown Belt

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    He's going to outstrike Barao.
     
  6. chickenlip Navy blue belt

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    I'm thinking the same thing
     
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    Great minds, you know... :)
     
  8. Selukrid612 Red Belt

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    If he were to win I would think it would be by KO.
     
  9. Kalmah Gold Belt

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    Barao by whatever he wants.
     
  10. forrestcries Black Belt

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    I think he can outstrike him.

    I don't think he will, but if he's going to beat Barao that's probably how he does it
     
  11. ocfightfan Gold Belt

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  12. HIMBOB Steel Belt

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    I have Barao sub Rd 1.


    Don't know,

    Injury the most likely method, Dillishaw is very good everywhere, Barao is excellent everywhere.
     
  13. dipstickjimmy Black Belt

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    Dillashaw has more 1 shot KO power than Faber so he has a punchers chance. Faber has better wrestling IMO and subs but Dillashaw could stun him and batch a choke. I would say Dillashaw has a better chance to beat Barao than Caceras does to beat Faber.
     
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    not going to happen
     
  15. Degen Gambler Silver Belt

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    I heard he's been training his voodoo with Jimi Manuwa
     
  16. Andrewwawa Brown Belt

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    I think dillashaw is a lot better than he gets credit for.
     
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    agreed, It's been a pleasure to watch his progression from TUF. Especially the creativity of his striking. Really like his head kick set ups.

    That being said I think he's gonna do a lot better than people are giving him credit for. Pretty excited for this fight, wish TJ had a couple more tune up fights though. Don't think he's ready yet.
     
  18. icex48x Brown Belt

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    Still considered a legit win though right?
     
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    In my book, yep. Just like Belfort vs. Couture II.
     
  20. fortheo Steel Belt

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    Constantly using his footwork to create openings, attack at one angle and exit at another . Never stand directly in front of barao. I can see tj frustrating Barao a lot.
     

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