See T.J Dillashaw's Super Shredded Body Shows, He Seems Ready For Henry Cejudo Challenge At the Flyweight

January 7, 2019
First published on:January 7, 2019
by Robert Stewart

T.J. Dillashaw takes his debut flyweight seriously. The current UFC bantamweight champion showed a ridiculously slim physics before his UFC flyweight shot at UFC Brooklyn against Henry Cejudo.


Dillashaw in his Instagram post on Friday shared a picture together with coach Duane Ludwig, Bellator bruiser Juan Archuleta (21-1) and Gracie Barra, head instructor Philipe Della Monica where he shares a completely shredded photograph, lacking almost any visible fat.

He captioned his picture as Killer workout last night with my crew! Take a look at TJ's picture he shared on the Instagram:

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Killer workout last night with my crew! @bangmuaythai @philipefurao @jarchmma. #lean #jackedcity @boostmobile @virusintl @musclepharm

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The flyweight framework of Dillashaw can alleviate concerns about his ability to reach the 125-pound championship limit. The former Team Alpha Male product has had flyweight ambitions since it stoked the flames last year and former champion Demetrious Johnson.

Dillashaw, 32, and Cejudo, 31, both left UFC 227 around their waists in August. On 19 January, Dillashaw challenges the newly crowned champion Henry Cejudo.

Along with T.J vs. Cejudo, the promotion’s inaugural event on ESPN+ includes noteworthy bouts such as Gregor Gillespie vs. Yancy Medeiros, Donald Cerrone vs. Alexander Hernandez, Joseph Benavidez vs. Dustin Ortiz and Greg Hardy 's controversial UFC debut.