Tyron Woodley The Champ Life: Episode 3 – Buying Whips and Chains and a trip home

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Tyron Woodley is back with another episode of The Champ Life

Tyron Woodley brings us into his life again with Episode 3 of, Tyron Woodley The Champ Life.  We join him as he shops for a new chain to open the video. Woodley goes home to where he grew up in Ferguson, MO and shows us his past. He’s blessed to also be able to purchase some cars for his family members.

Tyron does an amazing job with these videos, and it’s amazing to get a look into the life of an often misunderstood Woodley. We see him on the set of his new movie, The Escape Plan 2, where he has a big part. He’s in the movie with Sylvester Stallone, Dave Bautista and 50 Cent among others.

The last scene of the episode is really cool.  Tyron is at a Chevy dealer and he’s buying 3 cars.  He’s buying one for his mother, one for his 13-year-old son (which will be driven by the babysitter for the next 3 years) and one for the father of one of his kids.  Tyron is a good dude, and this shows it through and through.  He’s not about being rich, he’s about helping people and doing the right thing.  Check out the entire episode below.

TYRON WOODLEY THE CHAMP LIFE – EP.2 – 1/9/17

TYRON WOODLEY THE CHAMP LIFE – EP.2 – 1/9/17

 

Tyron Woodley The Champ Life – Ep.2 – 1/9/17

Ultimate Fighting Champion Tyron Woodley takes his fans with him as he ends the year in Las Vegas for UFC 207. Tyron stops by Boys Town to give some inspiration to the youth of Las Vegas. He talks to Michael Bisping about a possible match and rings in the new year with Ludacris.

About Tyron:

Tyron excelled at the University of Missouri where he was awarded first Big 12 Champion in Mizzou’s history, and was named a two-time wrestling All American.

Following his amazing wrestling career, Tyron dove right into the world of mixed martial arts. His MMA career began with an impressive 7-0 record, with all bouts ending by KO or submission.

In 2009 Tyron made his debut with Strikeforce in front of a hometown crowd, with a win by submission in the first round. Following the victory, he signed a multi fight deal with Strikeforce where he has rattled off 7 consecutive wins.

After defeating Paul Daley he moved up to Strikeforce’s number one contender for the Welterweight title.

Despite his first career loss in a world championship fight against Nate Marquardt, Tyron put out a strong performance and soon made his way into the UFC.

In his UFC debut, Tyron executed an impressive 36-second KO of Jay Heiron – and put the welterweight division on notice.

He is now the UFC Welterweight Champion and one of the biggest names in the sport.

 

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Tyron Woodley The Champ Life – Ep.1 – 12/20/16

The Champ Life Ep. 1

Tyron Woodley The Champ Life – Ep.1 – 12/20/16

Ultimate Fighting Champion Tyron Woodley takes his fans with him as he spends time with his family and community. Tyron stops by a homeless shelter to help out with the less fortunate. He talks McGregor and works on FOX. Check out what the champ does in between fighting camps.

About Tyron:

Tyron excelled at the University of Missouri where he was awarded first Big 12 Champion in Mizzou’s history, and was named a two-time wrestling All American.

Following his amazing wrestling career, Tyron dove right into the world of mixed martial arts. His MMA career began with an impressive 7-0 record, with all bouts ending by KO or submission.

In 2009 Tyron made his debut with Strikeforce in front of a hometown crowd, with a win by submission in the first round. Following the victory, he signed a multi fight deal with Strikeforce where he has rattled off 7 consecutive wins.

After defeating Paul Daley he moved up to Strikeforce’s number one contender for the Welterweight title.

Despite his first career loss in a world championship fight against Nate Marquardt, Tyron put out a strong performance and soon made his way into the UFC.

In his UFC debut, Tyron executed an impressive 36-second KO of Jay Heiron – and put the welterweight division on notice.

He is now the UFC Welterweight Champion and one of the biggest names in the sport.