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August 14, 2018 / By Breigha Aylwin

2 TITLE FIGHT NIGHT:
Welterweight Champion: Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till

Tyron Woodley is a mixed martial artist and former wrestler. Back in 2013, Woodley made his debut into the UFC against Jay Hieron. He won his first ever UFC fight by KO within 36 seconds of the first round. Tyron Woodley has fought a total of 22 times, and has won 18 of those match-ups – 6 by TKO, 5 by submission, and 7 by decision.  On July 20, 2016, Woodley faced Robbie Lawler for the UFC Welterweight Championship and won the fight by KO in the first round. Since then, Woodley has defended his belt 3 times, has won 2 (the third match was a draw), and remained the UFC Welterweight Championship. Now, he will face Darren Till to see who truly is the UFC Welterweight Champion.

Darren Till is a is a mixed martial artist and former Muay Thai fighter. As the #2 ranked UFC Welterweight Fighter, Darren Till boasts an impressive zero loss record. Since joining the UFC, Till has fought 18 times, won 17 (10 by TKO, 2 by submission, and 5 by decision), and he has 1 draw. On September 8, 2018, Till will be going face to face with Tyron Woodley for the UFC Welterweight Champion Belt.

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