Before his UFC 300 fight, former UFC bantamweight champion, Cody Garbrandt, trained with one of boxing's pound-for-pound best, Terence Crawford.
Although it's been more than six years since Garbrandt held the UFC bantamweight title, he recently scored a first-round knockout against Brian Kelleher, marking his first back-to-back wins since T.J. Dillashaw took both his belt and unbeaten record at UFC 217.
"No Love", is set to go up against former flyweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo in a clash of former champions at UFC 300. Garbrandt shared a picture of himself and undefeated boxing champion Terence Crawford at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas.
Last year, Terence Crawford, also known as "Bud," had only one fight, but it was a standout performance where he handed Errol Spence Jr. his first loss and became the undisputed welterweight champion in boxing.
Garbrandt, is known for his sharp striking and knockout ability. Working with Crawford will surely aid his preparation for facing another hard-hitting opponent at UFC 300 in Las Vegas.
Figueiredo, after a unanimous decision win over Rob Font in December, is moving towards a bantamweight title shot. Following an intense four-fight series with Brandon Moreno, he aims to get closer to a title shot in the bantamweight division when he faces Garbrandt on April 13.