Team Alpha Male vs. Duane Ludwig Pt. 2 | THE ULTIMATE FIGHTEROn November 15, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
CODY GARBRANDT: Quit
looking at me, Duane. DUANE LUDWIG: I’ll look at
you all I want, [BLEEP]. CODY GARBRANDT: Oh,
yeah, you [BLEEP]. [ARGUING SIMULTANEOUSLY] Hey! Easy, easy, easy. – [BLEEP]
– Hey! Hey! [CURSING] Stop! Stop! CODY GARBRANDT: What? What? What? Hey! Come on. [CURSING] TEAM LEADER: Hey,
guys, once is enough. Cody, come on, let’s go. Relax. Please, let’s go. I’ll be back, TJ. Well, [BLEEP], we
could build a fight. Just chill, guys. You’re right. Fake [BLEEP] is
what he is, fake. I mean, I try
to be cool, dude. He’s [BLEEP] saying
so much [BLEEP], dude. What?
Come here. You want to talk
about something? Come here, talk right now. JUSTIN BUCHHOLZ: Duane
Ludwig, the guy’s been trashing my
team and my fighters since he stole TJ from
the team and manipulated him to go to Colorado. And he’s trying to take
credit for stuff we did, the champion we created in TJ. And it’s [BLEEP]. I’m tired of it, you know. You’ve been training kickboxing
[BLEEP] brand new guys. – Yeah.
– Been training World Champions. That’s fun.
That’s called martial arts. Yeah, it’s fun to
win world titles. Yeah, I know, I’ve been there. You haven’t done
that without me. Mm– You have not done
that without me– Yes.
Good job. – — or my team.
– Good job. JUSTIN BUCHHOLZ: –or my team
– Good job. JUSTIN BUCHHOLZ: Yeah.
– –buddy. OK, I’ll stop
messing with you. I’ll stop messing with you.
I’ll stop messing with you. I’ll stop messing
with you, Duane. I’ll stop it. Hey, hey, hey. DUANE LUDWIG: Buchholz Show. Buchholz has come back. Sorry, I picked
on the old guy. – Yeah, don’t do that.
– My bad. – Hey, don’t be a bully.
– My bad. OK.
– Don’t be a bully. All right.
All right. Don’t be “malipitive.” “Malipitive”– is that the word?
“Malipitive”? Manipulative. Mani– manipulative,
there it is. When you take a
guy and convince him you’re the reason
for all his success, that’s manipulating someone. DUANE LUDWIG: Yeah, yeah. You want to talk about who
knows TJ Dillashaw better, me or Duane Ludwig, I’ve
cornered TJ Dillashaw more than Duane Ludwig has. I lived with TJ Dillashaw. I showed TJ how to
throw his first jab. It’s frustrating as
all hell, you know. TJ got suckered. And I do feel bad for
him, but it’s war now. And all the mistakes that
TJ made, all the good things that TJ made, I got that
all in my back pocket. I know every single thing. And this is information
I give to Cody. He is Team Alpha
Male Version 2.0. He’s the best guy
we’ve ever produced. And, you know, we’re
running with it, man. His family’s one hour–
the place he grew up– is one hour from
our [BLEEP] team. But you convinced him to
[BLEEP] go to Colorado. Sounds like that. Yeah, it’s called care. And he lost the belt, though. DUANE LUDWIG: Yeah. First fight with you. – [BLEEP] decisions.
– From the first fight with you. Yeah, oh, well, we
went to the judges, but there was no way you
could sign that fight. DUANE LUDWIG: I
don’t know how you force another grown man to
follow you cross-country, you know. What I’m seeing from them
is the actions of someone in junior high or high school. It doesn’t really make sense. I’ve moved on. I’m focused on my
family and my business. And they can’t
seem to let it go. I’m not quite sure why they’re
so obsessed about TJ and I. JUSTIN BUCHHOLZ: The guy
you took from our team, I wouldn’t have let
that [BLEEP] slide. He’s looking for
some attention, guys. Yeah. Buchholz is looking
for attention. Go ahead.
You’re looking for attention. There’s your camera. Come on, guys. Fellas. Guys, guys. Come on. Fellas. You guys are the [BLEEP]. Let’s grab right now, huh? [INAUDIBLE] up. No, come on, come on,
come on, come on, come on. I ain’t playing
this [BLEEP] game. Cody, Cody– It’s the fighters
that are fighting. [BLEEP] that. TEAM LEADER: Hey, Cody,
come on, there, please. I ain’t playing
no [BLEEP] game. TEAM LEADER: All right, let’s
keep it professional, guys. [BLEEP] TEAM LEADER: All right, let’s
keep it professional, OK? You got a bunch of
stories to tell now. TJ DILLASHAW: You
know, my take on Cody and why his emotions
just go through the roof is that he’s not very smart
and can’t put things to words. I mean, it’s
instantly just anger. He wants to fight every battle
with just toughness and trying to look cool in that situation. It’s comical and embarrassing. TEAM MEMBER: I felt like I
was watching my parents fight. Who gets the kids? That’s the real question.