FS1’s TUF Talk: Cody Garbrandt Explains Why He Grabbed TJ Dillashaw’s Neck

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UFC Bantamweight Champion / TUF 25 Coach Cody Garbrandt joined Karyn Bryant and Dominick Cruz on FS1’s TUF Talk to discuss the first episode of The Ultimate Fighter: Redemption.  Cody explains why he grabbed opposing coach TJ Dillashaw by the neck and previews how the fight with his former Team Alpha Male teammate will play out when they square off on July 8, 2017 at UFC 213.

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453 Comments on "FS1’s TUF Talk: Cody Garbrandt Explains Why He Grabbed TJ Dillashaw’s Neck"

  1. I am excited to see this fight but Cody looks like a tool in this show, not a bad guy or a heel just a real butthole. He thinks that he needs drama if he was a smart or funny guy he could make T.J. look like a boring robot like Cruz did.

    TUF was what really made me dislike Rhonda and this feels like that show did.

  2. Cruz is always super professional and cold, but it's nice to see the barely kept fire inside him when introducing Garbrandt. This means he's still motivated to get back that belt. Can't wait for the king to heal, analyze data and get his belt back.

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