If you would've told me and most of the MMA fan community that Dillashaw was going to out strike Barao I would've called you insane. But something else that hasn't been brought to attention.. Barao defended every single one of Dillashaw's takedowns and he didn't just do it, but he did with with ease. Everytime Dillashaw shot or clinch Barao pushed him off like TJ had no wrestling game what so ever. With such great TDD one has to wonder just how good would his offense be? Barao is obviously one strong motha f*cka. What if he at least tried for the takedown? He didn't even attempt one, and this is mixed martial arts! if TJ doesn't even have to think about the td then his stand up is going to be a lot easier on him. Barao didn't mix it up with takedowns, and if he did something tells me he could've got TJ down. With how easily he defended I would've loved to see him shoot on TJ. Something tells me Barao has good wrestling if only he used it. Not only could that of thrown of TJ's striking but it would've made Barao so much more unpredictable. I believe Barao's choice on not wrestling makes it very easy for him to gameplan for. We all know Barao has a great submission background to! I don't believe his corner even considered telling him to shoot which is weird to me. Nova has great coaches, but theirs a time where they had to notice being on the feet wasn't doing Barao justice. I would love to see a wrestling game plan if their is a rematch. A lot of people say Barao just had an off night while TJ peeked perfectly for this fight. But at the end of the day we have to look at what it was. TJ was the better fighter then Barao. What do you sherdoggers think? Could Barao actually of done better if attempting a wrestling game plan? Because Barao's take down defense is so good, if not the best in the division could that mean his wrestling could be very underrated?