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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Tex View Post
    The only true double weight champs to me are Penn, Randy, and D.C.

    All of them fought several fights at both weight classes and truly proved their elite worth in both divisions.
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    I don't care what weight it happens at, agree with everyone who commented this is a stupid booking, but I believe TJ Dillishaw crushes Henry Cejudo eight days a week. Don't think Cejudo ever gets by DJ without knee injury, and even coming down to 125, Dillishaw excels at every aspect of the game, where Cejudo, a great wrestler and terrific athlete, is still on his own personal learning curve in MMA, in my humble opinion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickass32 View Post
    Agreed
    Although I will mention that Conor did beat Nate and Alvarez which is pretty damn impressive. Alvarez was elite at the time at 155 and Nate had come off of a pretty good victory over Johnson prior to that first fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mu_Shin View Post
    I don't care what weight it happens at, agree with everyone who commented this is a stupid booking, but I believe TJ Dillishaw crushes Henry Cejudo eight days a week. Don't think Cejudo ever gets by DJ without knee injury, and even coming down to 125, Dillishaw excels at every aspect of the game, where Cejudo, a great wrestler and terrific athlete, is still on his own personal learning curve in MMA, in my humble opinion...
    Cejudo injured his ankle in that fight with DJ also. This is first I've heard of DJ being injured during that fight, but they were both injured and Cejudo beat him.
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