Some are calling it one of the biggest upsets in the history of mixed martial arts, but T.J. Dillashaw didn’t have a single doubt in his mind heading into Saturday night as he stood across the Octagon from Renan Barao that he was walking out with the UFC bantamweight title.In some of the sportsbooks, Dillashaw was as much as a nine-to-one underdog, but the confidence he carried into the cage was the feeling of an unbeatable man just waiting to achieve greatness.The first round saw Dillashaw knock Barao to the mat with a single punch and nearly finish the fight. In an odd turn of events, the Team Alpha Male fighter was actually happy it didn’t end right there because he then had the chance to prove to everyone watching, this was no fluke. This was no lucky shot.The next three and a half rounds went a lot like the first, and then in the fifth and final round, Dillashaw decided to coast to victory. Well that was the plan anyways.”(Coach Duane Ludwig) knew that I had it. He came in saying move your feet, you’ve got nothing to prove, we won the fight. He said ‘we won’t even charge… Read full this story
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