GQ’s: 10 Essentials UFC Champion Tyron Woodley Can’t Live Without

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Tyron Woodley is such a superstar right now that it’s incredible. He’s not one of those guys who sits back and wonders why things don’t come to him. Woodley is out there hustling every day and using this time to make the most money he can. GQ noticed the man’s swag and wanted to know what his daily essentials were. Well, here they are.

Some of them are brands that he is sponsored by and others are brands he wants to come see him. The hardest working man in MMA has a long list of things that he carries with him on a regular basis. These definitely aren’t things for us common folk, but when you are the champion of the world you need to have this stuff at your disposal.

Especially the Dude Wipes.

1. Alpha Brain by ONNIT is a supplement to keep him focused
2. Beats by Dre
3. Hydrogen Water
4. Dude Wipes
5. CBD Oil
6. Wav Classic Do-Rag
7. UFC MMA Gloves
8. DenTek Floss Picks
9. Monster Energy Ultra Violet
10. His Gucci Belt

Kamaru Usman says UFC offered him Colby Covington (for the fifth time)

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Like Dave Chappelle says, “One, two, three, four, FIFTH!”. That’s correct, kids. For the fifth time, the UFC have offered Kamaru Usman a fight with Colby Covington and Usman has accepted every time. Colby, however, seemingly does not want any part of him.

It does make sense, actually. Covington relies on his cardio and wrestling to beat his opponents and Usman excels at both of those things. This forces Covington to have to fight with his hands and that is NOT what he is good at.

Usman knows this and all but guarantees that Colby will not accept this fight.

“I think there is a 0.000001% chance that Dana White will make him fight.”

Usman insists that Colby is scared and wants none of what he’s got.

I just think that Colby is too busy trying to make Colby great again.

UFC 228 is looking like it did a very disappointing 130,000 buys

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Tyron Woodley and Darren Till didn’t seem to reach the masses UFC 228 doesn’t seem to have been a commercial success, at least if you believe what is being reported about the PPV event. Dave Meltzer has indicated via his Wrestling Observer newsletter that UFC 228 has disappointed. He was quoted as saying. “The 9/8 … Read moreUFC 228 is looking like it did a very disappointing 130,000 buys

Woodley says he’d whip Nick Diaz. Kenny Florian’s Nate Diaz has me dead

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In response to Nick Diaz saying he’d whip Khabib, Conor, and Woodley yesterday; Tyron Woodley tells Nick Diaz to slow his role a bit. Whilst doing so, Kenny Florian makes a cameo and does one of his epic impressions. That impression happens to be of Nate Diaz and it is totally on point. That’s wassup.

‘The Chosen One’ seems to think that Nick Diaz is oversimplifying things a bit. In fact, Woodley quoted his own rap single and said,

“I’ll beat yo ass!”

Obviously, every fighter feels that they can beat any other fighter and luckily we have social media to watch them argue about it.

Tyron Woodley needs hand surgery, ruled out for UFC 230

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Woodley injured his hand during the Darren Till fight, it will require surgery. Just when I thought Colby Covington was finally going to have to face Tyron Woodley in the cage, he’s off the hook. Woodley and Colby were rumored for UFC 230 at Madison Square Garden. That said, a hand injury will put Woodley … Read moreTyron Woodley needs hand surgery, ruled out for UFC 230

Tyron Woodley and Wiz Khalifa’s drop new rap song. “I’ll Beat Yo Ass”

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Tyron Woodley wears a lot of hats. He’s the UFC welterweight champion, a father, an actor, and now, a rapper. Woodley and his pal Wiz Khalifa dropped their new song today and the title is totally appropriate for Woodley. “I’ll Beat Yo Ass” is a rap about how basically, Tyron Woodley can beat yo ass. … Read moreTyron Woodley and Wiz Khalifa’s drop new rap song. “I’ll Beat Yo Ass”

UFC 228: The Thrill and the Agony- Sneak Peek. Incredible video

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These UFC ‘The Thrill and The Agony’ videos are just flat-out legendary. They actually capture the thrill and the agony of all concerned parties involved with the fights. As far as UFC 228 is concerned, there was a ridiculous amount of ups and downs with a plethora of emotions for a variety of reasons.

It wasn’t just the main event between Tyron Woodley and Darren Till, either. Seeing both sides when Jessica Andrade knocked out Karolina Kowalkiewicz is the epitome of what this sport is about. One side is elated, while the other side is devastated.

Also featured are the Zabit and Aljo kneebars. Of course, the Geoff Neal KO had everyone over the moon.

Then there is Daniel Cormier… Can Joe Rogan just give him a high five?

UFC 228 Fight Motion video preview is available here

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UFC 228 Fight Motion preview video is out, and it’s awesome!

UFC 228 was one for the books. There were amazing knockouts, submissions and an incredible title defense by Tyron Woodley. The UFC has released their Fight Motion video preview, and it’s awesome. As always the videos take you into the cage with super slow motion and put you in the fight. It’s a great video series, and the full-length versions are available via FightPass.

Diego Sanchez’ elbows in slow motion are amazing. He lands with crazy power and accuracy. I really dig these videos and they are my favorite series produced by the UFC.

You can revisit the winners and losers of UFC 228 right here.

Snoop Dogg sippin gin and juice, calling Till vs Woodley totally wrong

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“Rollin’ down the street, smokin’ indo; Sippin’ on gin and juice. Laid back. With my mind on my money and my money on my mind.” I do believe that Snoop Dogg was sippin on gin and juice, but his mind wasn’t anywhere near thinking about his money. In fact, I don’t know what he was thinking because he called Tyron Woodley vs Darren Till the complete ass-backwards wrong way.

First of all, Snoop thinks that Darren Till is Colby Covington. While he doesn’t mention him by that name, saying “F*** Trump”, implies that Snoop thinks the very pro-Trump, Colby Covington, is in the cage with Tyron Woodley. Saying, “F*** Trump”, doesn’t make much sense if it was towards Till, being that he’s British and all.

Then, Woodley locks up the D’arce choke and Snoop calls it the Dart choke. If you are unaware of the difference like our pal Snoop; D’arce is a choke. Darts is a game you play in the garage at halftime during a lousy NFL game.

He finishes it off by coming with, “Wakanda Forever!”

Is this real life?

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King Kong.

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Darren Till’s humility when embracing Woodley’s mom backstage was class

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After Darren Till suffered his first MMA loss he showed humility for the first time. He is a very confident fighter and often times he comes off as arrogant. He very well may be arrogant, but after his loss, he knew it was time to pay respect to Tyron Woodley.

He was a gentleman in the cage with his words for Woodley and despite Till believing that he’s the greatest, he was not on that day. Till made his way backstage after the fight and ran into the only person on Earth that Woodley fears; Tyron’s mother.

Ma Woodley wasn’t too intimidating with Till as they shared a moment together. She offered words of encouragement to Till and embraced him as a competitor, not an enemy.

It was a beautiful scene between the two. These are the things we need a little bit more of in MMA. After all, it’s JUST a sport.

Watch the UFC 228 Post Fight Press Conference right here

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UFC 228 is in the books, and it was a heck of a card! Watch the post-fight conference now.

Tyron Woodley kept hold of his UFC welterweight title, stopping Darren Till in the second round via D’Arce Choke. He dropped Till with a right hand and unloaded on him with some serious elbows and ground and pound before sinking in the choke and forcing the tap. Hear him talk about it here at the UFC 228 Post Fight Press Conference.

Jessica Andrade also did the amazing tonight, landing a clean one-punch knockout against her opponent Karolina Kowalkiewicz in the first round of their fight. Jim Miller and Diego Sanchez both picked up wins as well. Jimmie Rivera beat John Dodson and we saw a headkick knockout for the ages. It was a great night of action in Dallas!

You’ll hear from the winners as well as the losers and find out who earned themselves a fat bonus check in the process. If you’re looking for the UFC 228 results, you’ll find them here.

UFC 228 Event Results: Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till

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We have your UFC 228 Event Results as they happen! Tonight the UFC is in Dallas for a crazy night of MMA action. In the main event, Tyron Woodley will attempt to defend his Welterweight Title against Darren Till. It’s going to be a wild brawl, not to be missed. We’ll have that and the … Read moreUFC 228 Event Results: Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till

UFC 228 Embedded Episode 5 – It’s all happening!

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It’s time for UFC 228 Embedded Episode 5!

Tomorrow night history will be made as UFC 228 takes place in Dallas, TX. The card is solidified and we’re go for launch. We had the Nicco Montano/Valentina Shevchenko fight scratched, but everyone else is ready to go. It’s been a wild week in Dallas, and the weigh-ins were pretty entertaining. We’re left with a solid night of fights, and I for one am excited to see the new co-main event. I think it’s going to be a fun fight. Let’s take a look at UFC 228 Embedded Ep. 5.

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On Episode 5 of UFC 228 Embedded, opponents square off at media day, including welterweight champion Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till and strawweight Carla Esparza vs. Tatiana Suarez. Featherweight Zabit Magomedsharipov jogs away his final pounds, while opponent Brandon Davis loses his in a pickup basketball game with bantamweight John Dodson.

Strawweight Karolina Kowalkiewicz trains through her weight cut and opponent Jessica Andrade spends hers in the pool. Bantamweight Aljamain Sterling checks his numbers at the hotel, as Suarez passes time bowling.

UFC 228 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the welterweight world championship bout taking place Saturday, September 8th on Pay-Per-View.

Quick Picks: Breaking down UFC 228 – Tryon Woodley vs. Darren Till

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It’s that time again ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for Quick Picks It’s been a while since I’ve done this as I was stinging from getting humiliated with my Fight Night 135 picks.  It was an absolute embarrassment. I went 1-5 on the main card, of course, I was perfect on the undercard. Nobody cares about that though. So … Read moreQuick Picks: Breaking down UFC 228 – Tryon Woodley vs. Darren Till

UFC 228 Embedded Ep. 4 – It’s about to go down!

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We’ve got UFC 228 Embedded Ep. 4 on hand!

Tomorrow is UFC 228. We’ve got UFC 228 Embedded episode 4 ready for you to check out. The card suffered a big blow when Nicco Montano was pulled from the card and her championship fight scrapped. That said, the show must go on, and it will. This show takes you behind the scenes into what the fighters go through during fight week. It’s a unique and cool look at what it takes to make it into the Octagon.

From the UFC

On Episode 4 of UFC 228 Embedded, welterweight champion Tyron Woodley embraces a fight with another feared striker – this time, undefeated Darren Till. Featherweight Brandon Davis zones out with video games, while former strawweight champion Carla Esparza unplugs for fight week. Strawweight Karolina Kowalkiewicz shows off her dogs’ new Halloween costumes and plans to show off her ground game on Saturday against Jessica Andrade.

Flyweight champion Nicco Montano and challenger Valentina Shevchenko join Woodley and Till at open workouts. And strawweight Tatiana Suarez pushes through her last tough training session before fight night.

UFC 228 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the two world title bouts taking place Saturday, September 8th on Pay-Per-View.