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Renan Barao: I Don’t Consider TJ Dillashaw A Champion

Despite the accolades, don’t expect “The Baron” to give Dillashaw his due as the bantamweight king. With a new smile and haircut, Barao spoke to the media on evolving.
Officially, TJ Dillashaw (11-2) is the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight champion. He earned gold by stopping former 135-pound title holder Renan Barao (33-2, 1 NC) at UFC 173. He then successfully defended the title at UFC 177 against late replacement Joe Soto.

Despite the accolades, don’t expect “The Baron” to give Dillashaw his due as the bantamweight king. With a new smile and haircut, Barao spoke to the media on evolving.

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