“It’s a tough situation. After I beat him on Aug. 30, he’s going to have a long road to try and get back to the title,” Dillashaw said. “I think I’m going to expose him as a fighter in general and other fighters are going to take advantage of that.”
“I want to become a legend,” Dillashaw said. “I want to be pound-for-pound best in the world. I want to shoot for two belts and do stuff that’s hall of fame material.”
TJ Dillashaw is gearing up for his rematch against Renan Barao this Saturday at UFC 177 where Barao will try to reclaim his bantamweight strap.
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