UFC 171: Tyron Woodley Says He “Was Dominating” Carlos Condit
By FCF Staff
While the debate will continue today as to what’s in store for Tyron Woodley, as a result of his win over Carlos Condit at UFC 171, the welterweight is clearly happy with his performance.
Woodley stopped the promotion’s #2 ranked welterweight in round two, after Condit could not continue due to a knee injury. While speaking to FOX Sports 2 after the bout, here is some of what Woodley had to say, when asked if the victory was bittersweet.
“Not at all. I was dominating him, which is a hard thing to do. I surprised him with the leg kick. For me to chop him down at the leg is surprising because he’s the leg kicker. His knee got injured from a great timed double leg takedown. It’s a part of the game. It was great fight for me.”
Prior to facing Condit Saturday, Woodley knocked out Josh Koscheck at UFC 167 in November and is currently ranked #11.