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So, as the Nevada State Athletic Commission appears ready to take to and slap the cuffs on fighters which garbage talk only a touch overly aggressively, light heavyweight winner is hoping to instigate a bit more tease between along with Pedro Munhoz.

Garbrandt and Munhoz are supposed to match at the Octagon at 235 with their bantamweight futures at stake. 

Garbrandt (11-2) is really a former 135-pound winner who has lost to current titleholder TJ Dillashaw. Munhoz (17-3, 1NC) is 6-1 in his last seven bouts, losing only a split determination to John Dodson, also expecting a triumph over Garbrandt sets him at the thick of things to get a title taken.

With having gotten along well with one another over the many years and such credentials, neither fighter was more prone to laying much smackdown across the opposite in the 235 kick off Press Conference. 

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Jones, that headlines the card was visiting dollar signs flying outside the wind and tried to egg them on, while Munhoz and Garbrandt heaped praise on each other. Check it from the video .


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