TJ Dillashaw Wants To Become The First UFC Triple Champ, Aims 145-Pound Fight Versus Max Holloway After Henry Cejudo At 125 The year 2018 will be remembered for the greatest number of two-division champions in the history of UFC. Daniel Cormier achieved double champ status by defeating Stipe Miocic back in July. Amanda Nunes did the same thing at UFC 232 when she KOd Cris Cyborg. Bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw meets Flyweight king Henry Cejudo at UFC On ESPN+ 1 on Saturday night in Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York. The victory over "Messenger" would provide him a champ-champ status, but "Viper" is interested in going one step further. Actually, TJ Dillashaw wants to fight Max Holloway next. He dreams of becoming the first triple champion ever!\u00a0(h\/t MMAMania.com) \u201cEveryone wants me to go to featherweight and fight Max,\u201d TJ Dillashaw said. \u201cI would love to. But look, one step at a time. Let\u2019s run through Cejudo first then Max can be next. be the first one to ever go for three belts.\u201d TJ Dillashaw\u2019s coach Duane "Bang" Ludwig thinks moving to Featherweight division would be a tougher challenge than dropping to 125. \u201cI think that would be more of a challenge to go up in weight than it has been to go down in weight,\u201d Ludwig told MMAjunkie. \u201cT.J. is not a big bantamweight anyway. Going up in weight, that\u2019s when we\u2019ll see more change. \u201cI assume he would become possibly a little slower, but have more power. But we\u2019ll see what ends up happening if that\u2019s the journey for us. Right now we\u2019re focused on the task at hand.\u201d What are your thoughts on this? Did Duane Ludwig underestimate the difficulty of TJ's Flyweight title fight versus Henry Cejudo? Cejudo is known for superb stamina and world-class wrestling, and he is also the guy who dethroned legendary Demetrious Johnson. On the other side, TJ is one of the greatest punchers. Who'll win this super-fight?