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"Bitch Ass Tyron Woodley"


  

          

that nigga knew what was at stake this fight and didnt even try.

now we gotta hear colbys mouth and watch these racists do a victory lap on blm.

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"Trigga gots no heart" (c) Spice 1
Sep 20th 2020
1
everyone says "push the pace", but Colby really does
Sep 21st 2020
2
I despise Colby tremendously
Aug 30th 2021
15
Usman broke his face. His WWE act holds zero water.
Sep 21st 2020
3
I'm curious how much of his gimmick is just that, a gimmick
Sep 21st 2020
4
It's all gimmick
Sep 21st 2020
6
      I personally think
Aug 30th 2021
16
all of his former teammates, including Masvidal, say he was a sweetheart
Sep 21st 2020
7
So, I just heard he and Usman’s exchange on LeBatard...
Sep 21st 2020
5
he should retire and focus on his rap career.
Sep 21st 2020
8
You make this post
Sep 21st 2020
9
Please tell me you weren't surprised...
Sep 22nd 2020
10
I'm just a casual MMA fan...but...
Sep 23rd 2020
11
A very apt description for last night's fight.
Aug 30th 2021
14
Dana White sees nothing wrong with Colby's words.
Sep 24th 2020
12
Bitch Ass Colby Covington, Dana White, And The Rest Of Their Kind
Sep 24th 2020
13
Woodley wobbled him and then didn’t press smh
Aug 30th 2021
17
Until he fights a professional boxer, these are all $taged to me.
Aug 30th 2021
18
Yup
Sep 01st 2021
21
      I don't doubt that Woodley made more than he did in 5 UFC main events
Sep 01st 2021
22
last night all but confirmed this shit is a work
Aug 30th 2021
19
https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1432190619896754178?s=20
Aug 30th 2021
20
Tyron Woodley's bank account weighs in: "I ain't no bitch" (swipe):
Sep 01st 2021
23

ShawndmeSlanted
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1. ""Trigga gots no heart" (c) Spice 1"
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I know that isn't the real meaning of that phrase, but basically Tyron can't pull. It's crazy cause watching him fight these days, you just wait for that one big shot that never comes.

As I was watching last night, everytime he threw hard and connected, it seemed to take something out of Colby. In fact before that last takedown and finish, I think a kick had hurt Colby and he switched stances, but Woodley refuses to throw combinations. Weird because it also seems like Colby's stuff wasnt hurting him too bad.

Being a Colby hater ive been biased a long time and found it difficult to see any of his skill. One thing I realized he does really well last night with his striking is just stay on balance. He rarely over reaches or over extends and is always ready to throw or counter because he keeps his weight so well balanced over his feet and hips.

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2. "everyone says "push the pace", but Colby really does"
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>Being a Colby hater ive been biased a long time and found it
>difficult to see any of his skill. One thing I realized he
>does really well last night with his striking is just stay on
>balance. He rarely over reaches or over extends and is always
>ready to throw or counter because he keeps his weight so well
>balanced over his feet and hips.

you're right - not one skill seems especially obvious. But he's a cardio machine and presses forward for all 5 (or 3) rounds. The kind of consistent pressure, with smothering wrestling, and striking that's not very powerful but is very accurate, will wear down just about everyone. I think he still has his hands full with Usman. Otherwise I think he handily beats everyone else, including Masvidal.

At this point I'm ready to just say F it and book Colby and Khamzat. Why not

  

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15. "I despise Colby tremendously"
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>Being a Colby hater ive been biased a long time and found it
>difficult to see any of his skill. One thing I realized he
>does really well last night with his striking is just stay on
>balance. He rarely over reaches or over extends and is always
>ready to throw or counter because he keeps his weight so well
>balanced over his feet and hips.

but it takes a good amount of skill to do all of this at the highest levels given what opponents can do to counterattack. I don't think he'll ever beat Usman to become champion unless he adds some submissions into his gameplan since it appears he doesn't have serious striking power, but he does have talent. As much as I personally can't stand his persona, you have to separate the persona from the actual skills he brings to fighting, or at least I do on some level.

"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.

  

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3. "Usman broke his face. His WWE act holds zero water. "
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Transparent, attention seeking bigot.

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4. "I'm curious how much of his gimmick is just that, a gimmick"
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He's basically come out and admitted he knew he had to do this kind of shit to get people talking and get pushed to better fights. The fact that he wins and immediately goes straight to the MAGA shit in the post-fight interview and scrums tells me a lot of it is forced and purely to make him more of a heel.

Regardless, he seems to be relishing in being the P.O.S., and I'd love for him to get knocked the fuck out (the Usman fight was close, but I'm talking lights out KO).

But honestly, his fights are entertaining. I'd rather watch a MAGA dumbass that actually puts on entertaining performances consistently than dudes who just want to wrestlefuck you and win on takedowns and ground control.

I guess him v. Edwards is the next logical fight, with the winner getting the title fight against the winner of Usman/Burns. People keep throwing Jorge's name out there but I feel like he's climbed as high as he's gonna off that Askren KO and that would be an easy fight for Colby.

  

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6. "It's all gimmick"
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And not a good one. Same with Chael, theyre so full of shit and you can tell they dont believe a word of what they say. Trash people, trash approach.

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16. "I personally think"
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it's all him amplified about tenfold.

I find it hard to believe Colby isn't a right leaning dude given how much of a total failure of a human being Trump was and is.

"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.

  

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7. "all of his former teammates, including Masvidal, say he was a sweetheart"
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pretty wack you have to resort to these types of antics to rise up the ranks

  

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5. "So, I just heard he and Usman’s exchange on LeBatard..."
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LOL. Dude said he had dragon energy. He sounded like a bootleg wrestler. Came right out the box with a racist attack. Usman repeatedly saying “I BROKE YOUR FACE” as dude gets more and more angry MAGA guy was weird.

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8. "he should retire and focus on his rap career. "
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Y'all buy those labels, I was born supreme

  

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9. "You make this post"
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yet make no mention of Dana White's relationship with Trump?

This doesn't make much sense to me.

"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.

  

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10. "Please tell me you weren't surprised..."
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It was pretty clear going into the fight that Tyron was gonna get whipped. The only question was by how much.

Colby isn't really even taking the victory lap over Tyron despite the years of build up, which is telling--because he knows if he didn't destroy Woodley his stock would have dropped.

  

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11. "I'm just a casual MMA fan...but..."
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it feels like everytime i tune in, i see Woodley fighting.

And everytime i see him, i think "that brother LOOKS like he's gonna fuck someone up...no way he's gonna lose"

and every fucking time its some lackluster shit that you wouldnt think would be coming from a guy with his presence and build.

i finally put it together that its been the same guy, woodley, each time i go through that. its disappointing.

  

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14. "A very apt description for last night's fight."
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A very keen analysis that sadly still applies.

"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.

  

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12. "Dana White sees nothing wrong with Colby's words."
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link: https://www.espn.com/mma/story/_/id/29959739/dana-white-colby-covington-comments-muzzle-anybody

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UFC's Dana White on Colby Covington's comments: 'We won't muzzle anybody'


UFC president Dana White said his promotion will not "muzzle anybody" when he was asked early Thursday morning about the reaction to recent Colby Covington comments, which several UFC fighters labeled as racist.

During a news conference in Abu Dhabi to promote Saturday's UFC 253 card on "Fight Island," White was asked about the fallout from Covington's comments after his win Saturday over Tyron Woodley.

Covington, who is an outspoken supporter of President Trump and received a call from the president after his win, engaged in a heated postfight exchange with welterweight champ Kamaru Usman, who was born in Nigeria. Covington asked Usman if he got a call from his "little tribe" using "smoke signals." He also described Woodley, who is Black and has been advocating for Black Lives Matter, as "a communist, a Marxist, standing up for lifelong criminals."

It's uncertain how much of what Covington said was relayed to White.

"These guys all have their own causes, things, their own beliefs. We don't muzzle anybody here," White said. "We let everybody speak their mind. I don't know what he said that was racist. I don't know if I heard anything racist that he said."

White then was asked if he would agree it's wrong if something his fighters say is racist. "Of course, c'mon," he said. "I'm not going to play these games with you guys."

UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, who was sitting next to White and is headlining Saturday's card, was one of three Black fighters who spoke out against Covington during a virtual media day on Wednesday.

"It just shows you the landscape of the media, what it is right now," Adesanya said Wednesday. "I made a joke about dropping Romero like the Twin Towers and everyone lost their mind, even if I said it was a joke and it was pretty funny, but people took it as I was being offensive and like, digging -- but I was making a joke.

"This guy has directly insulted my culture, my brother and many other cultures, and no one says anything, but it just shows you a mirror. Shows you a mirror to you guys. So, yeah. I don't really care. Kamaru Usman broke his jaw , so I don't really care."

Bantamweight Sijara Eubanks said, "Let's be real, first and foremost. It wasn't 'unfortunate.' It was flat-out racist. It was racist. It was disgusting. It was quite frankly disappointing, but at the same time, the one thing I appreciate is the UFC lets whoever say whatever. They have never muzzled us as fighters. If you want to talk, if you don't want to talk, if you want to be political, if you don't want to be political, I have to appreciate the company lets us say what we want.


"But to be fair, I think guys that talk like Mike Perry and Colby Covington, I think a lot of the things they say are racist and disgusting and should be reported as such, instead of 'unfortunate' or 'controversial.' It's racist."

Featherweight Hakeem Dawodu, said, "It's crazy that comments like that are causing more and more divide amongst the people. That's how he gets down, but I'm not really with that and I took offense to that for sure. ... was almost worried about my walkout song, and he's gonna be saying stuff like that? That's crazy."

Covington has a history of using racially charged language around his fights. In 2017, Covington referred to Brazil as "a dump," and called Brazilians "filthy animals" prior to a fight against Demian Maia in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

"Sean sparks like John Starks, nah, Sean ball like John Wall" - Rest In Power Forever Sean Price.

  

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13. "Bitch Ass Colby Covington, Dana White, And The Rest Of Their Kind"
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Fixed it.

What kind of ass backward shit is this?

In the vacuum context of commenting on the fight itself, sure.

In the greater context of everything surrounding the fight?

Hell no.

Fuck that.

Don't hold him accountable for a racist being able to use his victory in an athletic competition as a platform to lean into his racism.

Aim that shit at the racist, his racist ass boss, and the racist ass fans eating it up.

  

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17. "Woodley wobbled him and then didn’t press smh"
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On some “oh shit that wasn’t what we discussed” shit

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18. "Until he fights a professional boxer, these are all $taged to me. "
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21. "Yup"
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22. "I don't doubt that Woodley made more than he did in 5 UFC main events"
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that's a tempting deal...go out there and look competitive in a loss to some internet punk, for a bag of probably $10MM plus. Would be really hard to turn that down.

But Tyron Woodley hits like a truck, is a UFC Hall of Famer, and an NCAA D-1 All American. Come on guys.

  

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19. "last night all but confirmed this shit is a work"
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I can't believe people are that wrapped up in this

  

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20. "https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1432190619896754178?s=20"
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https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1432190619896754178?s=20

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23. "Tyron Woodley's bank account weighs in: "I ain't no bitch" (swipe):"
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Former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, at the peak of his MMA career, was making $500,000 per title fight. After losing to current 170-pound titleholder Kamaru Usman at UFC 235, that number dropped to $200,000 per fight.

Then came a celebrity boxing match against social media star Jake Paul and Woodley’s payday jumped all the way up to $2 million, according to a salary report from MMA Junkie, which mirrors the $2 million payout delivered to “The Problem Child.”

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Woodley: Mom’s Honor Trumps Paul Payday
Those disclosed purses do not include pay-per-view (PPV) points for either headliner, and it would stand to reason that Paul — the “A-side” of the Aug. 29 circus — is likely to receive a higher percentage, though any cut would be a financial boon for the freelancing Woodley.

No word yet on PPV estimates.

In the championship co-main event, women’s pound-for-pound boxing sensation Amanda “Real Deal” Serrano banked a meager $75,000 for her decision win over Mexican mauler Yamileth Mercado, who took home just $45,000 in defea

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