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One of Ultimate Fighting Championship’s biggest rivalries to date is about to come to the forefront as “The Ultimate Fighter: Redemption” just premiered on Wednesday night. UFC Bantamweight Champion Cody “No Love” Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw will be coaching opposite of each other for the entire season which should make for some good television.
The two clearly do not like each other and have a rivalry that dates back to before Garbrandt became the main target in the bantamweight division. Dillashaw had been Team Alpha Male through-and-through until Duane Ludwig coached at the gym for a cup of coffee. While Ludwig did a great job in helping talent develop there, he left in order to join Elevation Fight Team.
Then-champion Dillashaw shortly left Team Alpha Male to join the team shortly thereafter. Once the championship found its way back to Sacramento, California’s Team Alpha Male gym when Garbrandt defeated Dominick Cruz at “UFC 207”, the beef between “No Love” and Dillashaw was resurrected.
For months now, Garbrandt and his team have been teasing to release the footage of Dillashaw getting knocked out by Garbrandt in training. The two already got physical in the first episode of “The Ultimate Fighter”, but that may just be a sign of things to come:
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