I believe TJ is done as a fighter. Crazy if you consider how good he seem to be before the Cejudo fight. He was among the top on the P4P ránkings, a really well rounded fighter. But, at 33, with a 2 year ban, with not the motivation to train for un upcoming fight, with a stained career, with the knowledge that he would never be as good as he is today, IMO, he's almost a retire fighter. Can't remember a career changing fight like TJ's last one. A big loss to a small underdog, and a 2 year ban. Damm, even his sponsors would say good bye to him. And he had a "training system" business who seem kindda pointless right now. Was a fan of TJ. No more. EPO is no joke on a sport were you are looking to knock out people.