I'm actually somewhat surprised with TJ. The approach I was expecting him to take was to try and play it safer this fight, and repeat the second round of the their last fight, i.e, opt to try and stay long and pick Cody off at a range. Cody, I was also expecting to be much more cautious, staying back and moving out of any of TJ's kicks, only coming in the event that TJ finds himself off balance. I saw that TJ was training a lot with Lomachenko, it looks like it did wonders in tightening up that defense of his. All that talk about TJ no longer fearing Cody's power seemed to really show. Instead of being more cautious, TJ was much more actively looking for those in pocket exchanges, seeming to be completely confident in both his chin, and ability to intelligently defend Cody's flurries. It seemed as if it was only a matter of time until he found that chin that he had been so frequently referring to. Cody looked pretty bad. He looked wild, and unorganized. It looks like he had been practicing his own kicks, which did show, but other than that, it looked like there was no real prep. It seemed like he was stubbornly convinced that he was the better fighter in every way, and that he could just come in and run through TJ. Both guys came in looking to end it early. What do you guys think?