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UFC On ESPN 9 Results : Gilbert Burns Dominates Tyron Woodley To Win Decision

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Fast rising contender Gilbert Burns brought former Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley some rude awakening in the main event of UFC On ESPN 9 Main event on Saturday night at the Apex Center.

Woodley went into the fight after almost more than a year away from the Octagon and his return wasn't as palatable as he perceived, with Gilbert Burns pressuring and dominating him from the opening round till the end to win a unanimous decision 50-44 twice and 55-45 on the Judges scorecards.
“I’m very happy. I trained so hard for this fight. I knew I could do it. I was calling this guy out for a reason,” Burns told Daniel Cormier in his post-fight interview. “My name now has got to be the No. 1 contender. I love the champ, my training partner Kamaru Usman, but c’mon – give me the shot. I’ve got a lot of love for you, but I’m next. I want to fight for the title. If they want to make the f…

Tyson Fury Exposes Deontay Wilder's Cash-Out Plot In Trilogy

Tyson Fury Exposes Deontay Wilder's Cash-Out Plot In Trilogy

Tyson Fury Batters Deontay Wilder In Rematch


The WBC world champion Tyson Fury is still expressing shock, the former champ Deontay Wilder exercised his option of an immediate rematch after the manner with whicha, he lost his title to the "Gypsy King".

In February, Tyson Fury dropped Deontay Wilder twice en route to a seventh round stoppage to claim the WBC world heavyweight title in what was the rematch of their December 2018 battle, which ended in a controversial split draw.

Fury and Wilder were scheduled to have their trilogy fight on the 18th of July but this has been pushed to a date in October, due to the ongoing Corona Virus pandemic.

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Tyson Fury believes that Wilder took the fight because of money and not for revenge, pointing fingers at the way Americans spend and the age factor, saying he doesn't many fights left in him.
“Yeah, I was surprised he took the fight because it was a one-sided fight. He didn’t win a second of that second fight, but in this game it’s a short game and a short career, and there’s an old saying – ‘We’ve gotta make hay while the sun shines,'" Fury explained to Talk Sport.
“And for Deontay Wilder at the age of 34, how many big fights out there are left for him after a domination like he had? I don’t know the man’s personal circumstances, but from what I’ve seen of these American fighters and sportsmen, they always live a rockstar’s lifestyle, even though they’re not rockstars.
Citing Mike Tyson, Fury believes Wilder is out of cash and needs the fight badly because, he can't be motivated to take another one sided beating just like in the rematch.

“They go through a lot of money quite quickly. Just look at Mike Tyson, he went through like a billion dollars or whatever he went through. So I’m sure that the money side of it is the tempting thing. I don’t think it’s too tempting to go in there and get an absolute beating like he did before, but he would be tempted by the amount of money that he would receive because they go through it quite quickly.
“I think that’s the reason he’s taking the fight, for the money.”


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