as informed in Tyron Woodley can’t seem to escape the shadow of UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor no matter where he turns.
Woodley took offense to that, saying he’d “never be anything” like the UFC’s latest superstar.
The latest proof comes by way of a hilariously botched editing job by ESPN during an interview with Woodley on SportsCenter.
The latest mistake, courtesy of ESPN, only adds fuel to that fire.
Woodley has taken issue with how he’s being treated and promoted as welterweight champion, referencing the problem to various media outlets leading up to UFC 209.
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Top UFC Lightweight Beneil Dariush thinks Conor McGregor ‘might not be coming back’
Beneil Dariush is set to square up with the 5th ranked lightweight, Edson Barboza, at UFC Fight Night 106, in Fortaleza, Brazil, on March 11, 2017.
Staying focused to best Rashid Magomedov at UFC Fight Night 98:“One of the things is just making sure I stay focused in the octagon.
If I allow him to take away with the kickboxing, he’s going to let that happen, and it’s going to discourage me.
That’s when I think he’s the most dangerous.”Traveling back to Brazil:“This will be my third trip to Brazil.
“I think he’s the most dangerous when he gets comfortable.
as declared in “I am the double champion” Conor McGregor Ireland’s first UFC champion doubled down on his stance in a fiery interview with GQ by saying: “I’m the two-way world champion,” 28-year-old McGregor, 21-3, said.
pic.twitter.com/NklRzN0HIO — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) February 25, 2017
GETTY Conor McGregorMeet UFC’s sexiest Octagon girls Friday, 18th March 2016 STARSPORT introduce you to the hottest Octagon girls in UFC.
I am the double champion.
“I am the double champion.”
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