T.J. Dillashaw (Esther Lin/MMA Fighting)qlt_bX2AKj0UFC 177: Dillashaw Looks Back At His First Fight With Barao Jason Lundgren August 27, 2014 Events, News, Spotlight, Video In their first bout at UFC 173 a mere three months ago, Dillashaw sent shock waves throughout the mixed martial arts world when he scored a fifth round TKO victory over Barao to win the bantamweight champion. Many people have called it the biggest upset in UFC history, putting it over Matt Serra’s TKO victory over Georges St-Pierre to win the welterweight title at UFC 69. In this video, Dillashaw takes a look back at his amazing victory over Barao. Going into their bout, Barao had not lost a fight in 10 years and looked to be an unstoppable force in the bantamweight division. In a mere 24 minutes, Dillashaw proved that nobody is unstoppable. UFC 177 will take place at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, CA. on Saturday, August 30. The rest of the main card breaks down as followed: Lightweight bout – Tony Ferguson vs. Danny Castillo Bantamweight bout – Bethe Correia vs. Shayna Baszler Lightweight bout – Ramsey Nijem vs. Carlos Diego Ferreira Lightweight bout – Yancy Medeiros vs. Justin Edwards. You can catch the early preliminary fight between Chris Wade and Cain Carrizosa in a lightweight exclusively on UFC Fight Pass at 7:30 pm EST. From there, you can catch the following preliminary bouts on FOX Sports 1 starting at 8:00 pm EST: Bantamweight bout – Joe Soto vs. Anthony Birchak Heavyweight bout – Ruan Potts vs Anthony Hamilton Flyweight bout – Scott Jorgensen vs. Henry Cejudo Middleweight bout – Lorenz Larkin vs. Derek Brunson UFC 177 will be available to purchase on pay-per-view on UStream, YouTube, Yahoo! Sports, UFC.tv, and UFC Fight Pass. Check with your cable or satellite provider for local availability.