“He had to come up with some sort of a reason why he got beat up so bad… I feel like that’s not accurate (that he woke up in the locker room as he claims), because he came out and the second round was his best round. I feel like after the second round is when I actually broke him, because his best round was actually the round after he got knocked down. I’m not saying he didn’t go on autopilot, but for not losing that long, you’ve got to have some kind of excuse.”
While backstage at last weekend’s UFC on FOX 12 event, UFC bantamweight champ, T.J. Dillashaw discussed the recent excuses made by Renan Barao for his loss.
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