The black belt in Bjj and current Ufc Ww champion Tyron Woodley entered this fight with a pro mma record of 19-3-1 (63% finishing rate) and he is ranked as the No.1 welterweight in the world. He suffered his last loss when he faced Rory MacDonald in 2014 (Rory MacDonald vs Tyron Woodley), since then he has collected six victories and one draw beating Demian Maia (Tyron Woodley vs Demian Maia) and Darren Till in his last two (Tyron Woodley vs Darren Till).
His opponent, the Tuf tournament winner Kamaru Usman, has a record of 14-1-0 (50% finishing rate) and he entered as the No.3 in the same weight class. He suffered his only loss when he faced Jose Caceres at his second professional mma fight in 2013, since then he has collected 13 consecutive victories beating Emil Weber Meek (Kamaru Usman vs Emil Weber Meek), Demian Maia (Demian Maia vs Kamaru Usman) and Rafael dos Anjos in 2018 (Rafael dos Anjos vs Kamaru Usman). Woodley vs Usman is valid for the Ufc welterweight title (Woodley’s fifth defense); undercard of Jon Jones vs Anthony Smith – UFC 235. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Event: UFC 235: Jones vs. Smith
Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Division: welterweight (170 lbs, 77 kg)
Title: UFC Welterweight Championship title
UFC 235 fight card (main fights):
Jon Jones vs Anthony Smith
Tyron Woodley vs Kamaru Usman
Robbie Lawler vs Ben Askren
Tecia Torres vs Weili Zhang
Cody Garbrandt vs Pedro Munhoz
Jeremy Stephens vs Zabit Magomedsharipov
Misha Cirkunov vs Johnny Walker
Woodley’s previous fight: Tyron Woodley vs Darren Till
Usman’s previous fight: Rafael dos Anjos vs Kamaru Usman
Usman’s next fight: Kamaru Usman vs Colby Covington
Woodley’s next fight: Tyron Woodley vs Gilbert Burns
Woodley vs Usman Fight Video:
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5 comments on “2019 MMA fight – Tyron Woodley vs Kamaru Usman – full fight Video UFC 235”
Woodley was sleep walking from the time this fight was made official. He knows Dana doesn’t like him…He knows he wanted to get that belt from him & he knew Usman was coming hard. I don’t understand this performance at all. Perhaps the fire just wasn’t there. Good on Usman for working him for 5 rds.
right? i was confused, woodley from my state so i was rooting for him, but he didnt seem like his self, his face looked rather…detached
Right….like he wasn’t even there. I also thought his body looked off. Typically, he looks more diesel & ripped. He was deflated all the way around. Meanwhile Usman came at him like a pitbull.
I wonder if all those body shots in the clinches left him flat? They were coming many and early in the fight.
Instead I think that Woodley has been heroic to withstand to the end. Simply Usman was much much stronger : more technique, much more spirit of fight, more cardio, more everything in short.