“I know how much it sucks to lose to somebody, so if [Dillashaw] ever wants to run that back, we could. T.J. made our whole season look amazing. He walked out there and said, ‘Hey, I came from ‘The Ultimate Fighter 14,’ and everybody on that season is doing phenomenal, and he’s doing the best right now.”
“When I beat Demetrious Johnson, I will be sitting there wanting to know if T.J. Dillashaw wants to go at it and have that rematch with me.”
During a recent scrum with the press, at today’s pre-UFC Fight Night 42 media day, the former flyweight title challenger threw out a challenge to two champs.
John Dodson beat out UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw to earn the coveted Ultimate Fighter crown.