Dana White & Tyron Woodley Continue War Of Words, And It’s Getting Ugly

Ultimate Fighting Championship’s welterweight king Tyron Woodley stepped into the octagon on Saturday and successfully defended his belt. While the fight left fans in the T-Mobile Arena booing both Woodley and challenger Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson, Woodley’s strategy was bold and he did just enough to squeeze by to get the decision win with minimal damage taken.

No matter what reasons Woodley uses to justify his performance, however, UFC President Dana White won’t be pleased with it no matter what. White spoke with TMZ Sports and fired back about Woodley’s criticisms:

“Tyron Woodley came out and said he was going to destroy Thompson and there would be no question he was the champ. Well guess what? There’s questions again.

“Let me tell you what…when you have a performance like you did at 209 and you get booed for 5 straight rounds and then people are booing so loud you can’t even do your interview, you should probably just take your lumps and move on. Get your next fight as fast as you can and try to put that performance behind you.”

“There’s one guy around here who calls the shots and as soon as you learn that, the better off you’ll be.”