UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley successfully defended his title on Saturday night.
At UFC 214, Woodley defended his title in the co-main event against Demian Maia.
For five round, Woodley stopped all of Maia’s takedown attempts. But besides that, Woodley didn’t do much else besides land a few punches throughout the fight.
Woodley and Maia threw so few punches that they actually broke the UFC record for the least amount of punches thrown in a UFC title fight.
Regardless, Woodley still managed to retain his UFC welterweight championship.
After his fight, Woodley said he wanted to fight former UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre.
However, it appears St-Pierre’s next fight will be against UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping.
So as of now, there is no clear top contender for Woodley’s welterweight championship.