Snoop Dogg Breaks Down UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley’s Career Highlights


Snoop Dogg takes a look at UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley’s career highlights in advance of his UFC 209 rematch against Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson.

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379 Comments on "Snoop Dogg Breaks Down UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley’s Career Highlights"

    • mike gold Agreed. The UFC doesn't need a washed up racist rapper that smokes a blunt a minute going "OOOOOOOEEEEEEE!!" everytime somebody lands a shot. The guy doesn't even know what a fucking spinning back fist is. This is clearly just a gimmick for the casuals that could care less about the integrity of the sport…not the hardcore fight fans.

  1. The highlight vs. Wonderboy says everything about the first fight. If you look at the overall stats and damage, there shouldn't have even been a rematch – winner was crystal clear. In the second fight, score cards and damage wasn't that close close, but the crowd perception was influenced by several factors (including octagon positioning and T-Woods corner getting on him in the crowd silence). Wood showed his intelligence even if it wasn't pleasing fans… Great athletes know their bodies better than anyone and Wood showed his true kinesthetic genius and champion instincts in the 5th. The reality is that Wonderboy wasn't willing to take any risk, making it a boring fight – challenger should be expected to go for it. The fight that needs to happen is Woodley vs. McGregor, but Conor doesn't want to get embarrassed. There's 3+ guys at 170 that McGregor doesn't want anything to do with. I don't see anyone out there who really wants to fight Woodley. The next fight is going to turn the table.

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