Joe Rogan has supplied his thoughts on the closely contested battle between T.J. Dillashaw and Cory Sandhagen at UFC Vegas 32.

Rogan took to his official Instagram account to share his opinion with regards to the key celebration. The veteran MMA persona and longtime UFC commentator praised both bantamweights for their remarkable struggle.

Check out out Rogan’s submit below:

“WHAT. A. Struggle. Congrats to @tjdillashaw, and kudos to @enterthesandman135 for an amazing general performance. So near. Each of these gentlemen are championship caliber, and holy sh** is this division STACKED!!”

Like the extensive the vast majority of MMA fans and authorities, Rogan pointed out that the UFC Vegas 32 struggle in between T.J. Dillashaw and Cory Sandhagen was very close.

Rogan mentioned that both fighters are deserving of battling for UFC gold and extra that the 135-pound division is as sturdy as ever right now..

T.J. Dillashaw moves closer to a title combat

Petr Yan (left); UFC bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling (right)
Petr Yan (left) UFC bantamweight winner Aljamain Sterling (appropriate)

T.J. Dillashaw was banned for two years right after he tested constructive for EPO back again in 2019. Heading into UFC Vegas 32, specified sections of the MMA group ended up doubtful as to regardless of whether Dillashaw was however a high-stage UFC bantamweight, provided the volume of time he’d been absent from skilled MMA levels of competition.

Regardless, the previous champion had been coaching tough for most of his absence from the octagon and vowed to arise victorious on his return this earlier weekend. Genuine to his word, T.J. Dillashaw put in a gritty functionality from climbing bantamweight star Cory Sandhagen.

Dillashaw and Sandhagen, who’d qualified together in the past, showcased a large wide variety of expertise above the study course of their combat and battled for the complete 5-round distance. The headlining bout ended with Dillashaw winning by means of a split final decision.

The MMA world has been divided on who should’ve been awarded the decision get. Some declare that T.J. Dillashaw deserved the victory, when some others assert that Sandhagen should to have had his hand lifted.

The consensus now is that Dillashaw will very likely struggle the winner of the bantamweight title rematch involving recent champion Aljamain Sterling and Petr Yan, which is envisioned to take position in Abu Dhabi at UFC 267.

In the meantime, Sandhagen could discover himself combating a fellow higher-position bantamweight like Rob Font following, as ‘The Sandman’ seems to return to the earn column.

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