In Saturday’s UFC 228 main event, Tyron Woodley made short work of his previously unbeaten title challenger.
Finishing Darren Till in the second round, Woodley sets up a grudge match with the brash and outspoken Colby Covington.
Covinton was stripped of his interim world title when Woodley vs. Till started, and he took to twitter with a challenge for the champion following the bout.
[email protected] Tyrone! You didn’t blow it!!! Time for you to come see me in @TheGarden. America’s Champ has another promise to keep. #ufc228 #thepeopleschamp #greatamericanwinningmachine
— Colby Covington (@ColbyCovMMA) September 9, 2018
After these remarks, Woodley dropped a note on the potential of a UFC 230 main event in New York, stating, “If November is the date they’re looking for a main event, I think they got the guy.”
UFC 230 is set to be co-headlined by Nate Diaz vs. Dustin Poirier.