Dana White Discusses a Potential TJ Dillashaw vs. Demetrious Johnson Fight Next

Dana White Discusses a Potential TJ Dillashaw vs. Demetrious Johnson Fight Next

Dana White Discusses a Potential TJ Dillashaw vs. Demetrious Johnson Fight Next

But Dillashaw (15-3) instantly rallied to open Round 2 and stunned the crowd by flooring Garbrandt with a left kick to the head.

"It's been a real rivalry ever since T.J. left", Urijah Faber, the retired mixed martial arts fighter who founded the Sacramento-based team, told The Bee's Ailene Voisin.

The past became reality when Garbrandt did the same in Round 1. With Garbrandt on the canvas, Dillashaw followed up with several right hands that could not be answered, which forced the referee's stoppage. "I got caught with a big right hand, but I bounced right back", said Dillashaw of the knockdown.

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The American - expecting his first child in two-months - said: "I'm going to see him again, he'll be back". In an exchange, a thunderous right hook floored Garbrandt; Dillashaw jumped on the fallen champion and added blow after blow until Big Dan waved the fight off.

"The kid is fast".

Following the knockout, Dillashaw had nothing but good things to say about his former teammate. "The better shape you are, the better your chin is".

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Both fighters came out swinging with bad intentions from the get-go as a fire-fight ensued in the opening round.

The dance moves of "No Love", first seen when he claimed his title against Dominick Cruz last December, showed themselves in the early stages of the second and he looked considerably more comfortable on the feet up to the point that he ate a head kick from Dillashaw, a strike which spun the fight on its head.

"This belt has been around my waist the whole time in my mind", Dillashaw said. But almost two years later, he earned revenge and now has his sights on a super fight with P4P kind and flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson. "Demetrious Johnson I'm coming for you!" "You should have been fighting me", he said.

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