Paid Members ColinBollocks Posted July 18, 2018 Paid Members Share Posted July 18, 2018 TJ winning and calling out DJ for ducking him is the move. I'm right into both main events. TJ v Cody is an incredible story that's easy to get into because of their personalities. I don't think I've changed my opinion on a fighter more than Cody. As wand rightly points out, he can't help but come across as a meathead with a slow wit and fast temper, but at the same time he can seem like a decent guy in interviews. Although I went off him when he was crowing on about that KO footage and it turned out to be a momentary knockdown - of course, TJ follows it up by knocking him him out and winning the belt. There are a few "TJ is a dick" stories, but they seem to all come from his ex team mates with a bit of a agenda. Anyway, high level fight that, with two fighters P4P are up there. I've said my bit about why I find DJ v Cejudo compelling, but I'd never bet against DJ. I'm hoping for at least a longer scrap. If he shuts out Cejudo 2.0 it's maybe his most impressive victory, IMO. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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