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Woodley opts for surgery over rest for (legitimately) broken foot

ST. LOUIS -- If you saw a photograph of the X-Ray, you probably would not be surprised to learn that Tyron Woodley will undergo surgery Tuesday morning on the foot he broke during his victory over Kelvin Gastelum at UFC 183. The right X-Ray photo, that is. When Woodley last Monday learned he had broken his foot, he wanted to let his fans know. So he issued the news on his Twitter...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyron Woodley's weekend: A risk, a fracture and a crucial UFC win

ST. LOUIS -- Unless you are a UFC fan, you probably have no idea who is the baddest professional athlete in this part of the world. But if you read this and think you still know someone who's tougher than Tyron Woodley, let me know. Because if there's anyone out there who can accomplish what the St. Louis welterweight contender managed last week, that person would make a heckuva...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Anderson Silva beats Nick Diaz in return to octagon

The Spider is back…well sort of. Anderson Silva returned from a career threatening injury to win a unanimous decision over Nick Diaz. While the win was nice, the story was the Silva we saw and didn’t see at UFC 183.
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyron Woodley gets split decision win over Kelvin Gastelum

LAS VEGAS -- It wasn't a crowd pleaser, but Tyron Woodley was happy with winning a split decision over Kelvin Gastelum on Saturday in the UFC 183 co-main event. "I'm happy," he said, post-fight. Woodley was happy to prove he is capable of winning close fights that go the distance. He did that and more, in fighting a much heavier Gastelum. The TUF winner missed weight by almost ten...
Via Fox Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyron Woodley Defeats Kelvin Gastelum By Split Decision At UFC 183

Tyron Woodley edged out Kelvin Gastelum by split decision tonight at UFC 183 in an at times underwhelming fight that’s unlikely to live long in the memory. Round one: High right kick from Woodley to start. Right hand from him too after a momentarily lull. A minute in and both men are just moving around each other. Gastelum unleashes a few punches that come up short. He gets...
Via Fight Of The Night
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyron Woodley says Roufusport training camp made MMA 'fun again'

Over the years, welterweight contender Tyron Woodley has become one of American Top Team's very best fighters. Though "The Chosen One" still reps ATT, the St. Louis native chose a gym closer to home to conduct his training camp for this Saturday's UFC 183. For the past weeks, Woodley and his coaches and teammates Din Thomas and Yves Edwards have gotten work in Milwaukee's Roufusport...
Via Fox Sports
29 days ago  |  Discuss

In UFC 183, Woodley is the veteran contender, Gastelum the unbeaten upstart

ST. LOUIS -- The script has been reversed for St. Louis UFC welterweight Tyron Woodley. Not that long ago, Woodley was the unbeaten upstart looking to take down the veteran contender on the way to a shot at the title. The opponent was Nate Marquardt, the year was 2012 and at stake was the Strikeforce welterweight title. Woodley was pummeled in a fourth-round TKO. This time, on Super...
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Kelvin Gastelum Vs Tyron Woodley Set As UFC 183 Co-Main Event

A welterweight showdown between Kelvin Gastelum and Tyron Woodley has been pegged as the co-main event for UFC 183 on January 31st in Las Vegas. Gastelum fought just this past weekend in the co-main event of UFC 180 and impressed with a first round submission stoppage against Jake Ellenberger. This was the biggest win of the TUF 17 winner’s unbeaten 10-0 career to date, and with...
Via Fight Of The Night
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Macau Results: Tyron Woodley makes Dong Hyun Kim pay for his mistake

Going for the same explosive finish in MMA can sometimes spell doom when you’re put against a fighter who knows it’s coming. Dong Hyun Kim was able to land a spinning back elbow on John Hathaway in the first ever UFC Fight Pass main event contest earlier this year in Macau. It earned him a third round KO stoppage victory and a performance of the night bonus. Tonight, against...
Via Fight Booth
August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Tyron Woodley TKO’s Dong Hyun Kim Result In 61 Seconds At UFC Fight Night 48

Tyron Woodley claimed a fast finish over Dong Hyun Kim today at UFC Fight Night 48 in Macau, dropping him in the opening minute before earning the TKO stoppage with a flurry of right hands. — Round One: Kim immediately closes the distance and moves into the clinch, but Woodley spins around and pushes him up against the cage. Bit of a stalemate and so they break free. Kim attempts...
Via Fight Of The Night
August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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