Tyron Woodley

Tyron Woodley says he would accept a fight with Israel Adesanya if offered by Dana White and the UFC

Tyron Woodley is saying he would accept a fight with Israel Adesanya if it was offered to him by Dana White and the UFC. Woodley (19-7 MMA), after a four fight losing streak against Vicente Luque (21-8 MMA), Colby Covington (17-3 MMA), Gilbert Burns (20-5 MMA) and Kamaru Usman (20-1 MMA) was released from the UFC in 2021 as his contract was up. It was to be the end of an eight-year relationship with the UFC that began back in 2013.
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Chael Sonnen pleas with “Fight Gods” to have Tommy Fury pull out, and Jake Paul face Tyron Woodley: “I’d laugh and laugh”

Chael Sonnen wants to see Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 3, mainly because he believes it would be funny. ‘The Problem Child’ has been out of the ring since his December 2021 rematch with ‘The Chosen One’. While their first outing in August 2021 ended in a controversial split decision, there was no mystery for the second fight. Paul viciously knocked out Woodley in round six.

Tyron Woodley says the UFC pressed former fighters Sage Northcutt and Paige VanZant too quickly: “I was his training partner, I’m telling you, he wasn’t ready”

Tyron Woodley believes the UFC pushes fighters too quickly and Sage Northcutt and Paige VanZant are the perfect examples. The UFC often signs young, up-and-coming prospects but the problem with them fighting in the UFC so young is the fact they are fighting the best in the world, which is a problem according to Woodley. Along with that, the promotion has to carefully matchmake them which they didn’t do to both Northcutt and VanZant as both struggled and ultimately left the UFC.

Joe Rogan guarantees lack of prep time hurt Tyron Woodley in Jake Paul rematch: ‘It would have been a different fight’

If time machines existed, surely several combat sports fans would use their trip to go back and stop the Paul brothers from running amuck in the boxing world. For the younger of the two Ohio natives, Jake, he’s taken his boxing career significantly more seriously than his older brother Logan. Undefeated (5-0) as a professional, “The Problem Child” most recently picked up his biggest win yet, knocking out former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley, in Dec. 2021 (watch highlights).
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Dan Hardy unsure about potential Tyron Woodley fight: ‘He’s kind of fallen off the face of the planet’

Dan Hardy doesn’t know where Tyron Woodley has gone. For the last several months, Hardy has been pursuing a fight with Woodley to no avail. At one point, the two were in talks to face each other in a boxing match but in January, Woodley put the kibosh on that idea, saying he would rather fight Hardy in MMA, if he was going to fight him at all. And since then, Hardy says that there’s been radio silence about a possible fight.

Conor McGregor scoffs at ‘Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2’ but won’t rule out a future bout with the YouTuber

Conor McGregor scoffs at ‘Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2’ but won’t rule out a future bout with the YouTuber. McGregor (22-6 MMA) was in attendance at last night’s Bellator 275 event in Dublin to support his SBG teammates Sinead Kavanagh and Lee Hammond. While there, the Irish star had a chat with ‘The Mirror‘ where he was asked to comment on Jake Paul.

Tyron Woodley Open To Boxing Tommy Fury Next

Tyron Woodley is interested in boxing Tommy Fury next time out. Woodley stepped up on short notice to rematch Jake Paul when Fury pulled out. After he was knocked out, Paul said that Woodley should box Fury. Since then, there has been no talk, but just recently, Paul’s promotion posted on social media asking if fans would want to see the fight.

Jake Paul’s boxing company wants Tommy Fury vs Tyron Woodley

UFC champ Tyron Woodley has responded to calls to fight Tommy Fury after Jake Paul’s boxing company, Most Valuable Promotions, brought up the idea. In winter 2021, YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul was all set to face off against Love Island star Tommy Fury in the ring. Unfortunately, Fury pulled out...

Tyron Woodley believes Jorge Masvidal has the best boxing in MMA

Tyron Woodley gives his take on Jorge Masvidal vs Colby Covington, claiming that Masvidal should have no issues when it comes to boxing. While Tyron Woodley hasn’t fought in an octagon in a while, he has since been focussing on boxing and believes that it is an area where Jorge Masvidal’s strengths lie.

Tyron Woodley Believes True Athletes Will Take Over The Sport Of MMA

Tyron Woodley feels premium athletes are the future of MMA competition. The sport of MMA continues to evolve. MMA has gone from almost having no rules to being a globally recognized and sanctioned sport. The fighters have evolved as well and many believe that the days of relying solely on toughness and heart are over.

Tyron Woodley predicts a Jorge Masvidal victory over Colby Covington at UFC 272 — ‘Masvidal is always big brother’

Tyron Woodley knows a thing or two about Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal. UFC 272 on March 5, 2022, live from Las Vegas, Nevada, will be headlined by the heated rivalry that is Covington vs. Masvidal. The former friends and teammates have gone back-and-forth for years since splitting and they will finally come to a head. Along their journey, they each had interactions with Woodley as a teammate, and in Covington’s case, an opponent.

Tyron Woodley explains why “big brother” Jorge Masvidal will beat Colby Covington at UFC 272

Tyron Woodley used to train with both Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington so he is well-versed in knowing how they match up against one another. All three welterweights used to train at American Top Team and for Woodley, he believes those past training sessions give Masvidal the advantage. According to “The Chosen One” he says “Gamebred” was the big brother in training and it’s hard to get past that.