Cody Garbrandt Really Did Drop TJ Dillashaw in Practice

Actions speak louder than words, and the UFC’s Bantamweight Champion, Cody ‘No Love’ Garbrandt, stamped every one of his syllables leading into UFC 217 with a bold exclamation point after releasing footage of his knockdown of former teammate, and current contender, TJ Dillashaw.

By releasing this undocumented, until now, sparring session, all the sticks-and-stones Dillashaw claimed Garbrandt was throwing were shattered into splinters and gravel with a heavy right hand.

Adding insult to a concussive injury, Garbrandt recommended the UFC’s President, Dana White, should prepare the bonus check he intends to collect on November 4, 2017 after defending his 135-pound title.

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Cody Garbrandt ‘most hungry fighter ever’ going into UFC 217 grudge match vs. T.J. Dillashaw — MMAjunkie

Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, VideosNEW YORK – The pursuit of a UFC championship belt is the driving force for nearly every fighter in the sport. Now that he has the UFC bantamweight belt, though, Cody Garbrandt said his passion is even stronger. Garbrandt (11-0 MMA, 6-0 UFC) has no shortage of motivation going into his…

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Northern California’s MMA Superstars Share Their Thoughts on #MayweatherMcGregor

Mixed martial arts garnered immense attention on August 26, 2017, but the focus was zeroed in on a boxing ring, not a cage.

Competing inside a battleground with half the sides and laced in gloves weighing twice as much as normal, ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor, a dual division champion in the UFC, flew the flag of Ireland, obviously, though, whether he wanted to or not, he also represented the sport of MMA when squaring off with the greatest boxer of our lifetime: Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather.

From the encroachment of this historical event to its conclusion, many of the athletes at the upper echelon of MMA chimed in with their perspective as McGregor plodded toward a pinnacle moment in combat sports.

UFC Hall of Fame inductee ‘The California Kid’ Urijah Faber led the rally cry, urging his swath of rabid followers to support McGregor’s endeavors:

A valiant, ten-round effort from McGregor, capped by an arguable stoppage, adjusted the attitudes of some, such as UFC bantamweight Leslie ‘The Peacemaker’ Smith:

‘Win or learn;’ these are the wordscoined by McGregor’s head coach, John Kavanaghthe proud Irishman lives by. Of course, McGregor’s eyes were opened to tactical maneuvers while facing ‘The Best Ever’ in the squared-circle, but he was also enlightened to the volume of individuals voicing their support, from world-class champions to those hungry to continue their climb up the UFC’s ladder:

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With everything all said and done between McGregor and Mayweather and praise pouring in from each possible angle, any positive premonition seem more plausible than ever:

Dominick Cruz explains why Garbrandt got UFC 207 title shot over ‘whiny little crybaby’ Dillashaw — MMAjunkie

Filed under: Featured, News, UFCUFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz was never given a direct reason from UFC officials regarding why Cody Garbrandt was selected over T.J. Dillashaw as his next challenger. However, he has some theories. Cruz (22-1 MMA, 5-0 UFC), who puts his belt up for grabs against Garbrandt (10-0 MMA, 5-0 UFC) in…

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