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Well, this is not really the scenario that TS was describing but Quillin does this thing where he acts like he's not looking at you, like he looks towards the crowd (away from the opponent) but keeps you in his peripheral and once he sees you coming towards him he pops you with an uppercut. He did it vs Wright and vs Njikam as well if I remember correctly, never really noticed it before those 2 fights tho. I believe there was someone else who used to do that before and I can't really remember now.