Why is Tyron Woodley so unlikeable? (Michael Bisping UFC/MMA podcast)

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In this video, we get a clip from Michael Bisping’s and Luis Gomez’s MMA/UFC youtube channel, the Michael Bisping Podcast. The full video is – Believe You Me w/Michael Bisping #117 FULL VIDEO – Boots On The Ground, were Michael Bisping and Luis J Gomez talk about UFC 235, were we will see Jon Jones V Anthony Smith will take place. IN this video, Michael Bisping gives predictions for the fights at UFC 235, and goes on to discuss Tyron Woodley, and Tyron Woodley’s fight with Kamara Usman at UFC 235.

Summary –

UFC 235: Kamaru Usman on title fight with Tyron Woodley. Kamaru Usman always believed he was destined to achieve great things. More than that, he felt he had a responsibility to do so.

Born in Nigeria to a family wanting him to pursue a medical career while he harboured his own Olympic wrestling dreams, it just wasn’t always clear what Usman’s “something major” would be.

In Las Vegas on Saturday, when he fights American Tyron Woodley for the welterweight title, the 31-year-old has a chance to realise greatness and become UFC’s first African champion.

“I’ve dreamed about the moment they say ‘and the new champion…’ and that belt is wrapped around my waist,” Usman told BBC World Service’s Sportsworld.

“I have put in so much time working and training, not just to get to this point but to become the champion.” Usman boasts a professional record of 14 wins and one loss, which came in 2013, and the former Ultimate Fighter champion is on an eight-fight winning streak since entering the UFC.
Card –
Jon Jones vs. Anthony Smith – for light heavyweight title Tyron Woodley vs. Kamaru Usman – for welterweight title Ben Askren vs. Robbie Lawler Holly Holm vs. Aspen Ladd Zabit Magomedsharipov vs. Jeremy Stephens Tecia Torres vs. Weili Zhang Mickey Gall vs. Diego Sanchez Macy Chiasson vs. Gina Mazany Misha Cirkunov vs. Ovince Saint Preux

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27 thoughts on “Why is Tyron Woodley so unlikeable? (Michael Bisping UFC/MMA podcast)

  1. T. Woodley is a ," top notch", fighter. He is well read, and articulate with his wording. He does complain a bit too much, but, the U. F. C. brass( dickhead Dana), does disrespect him and treat him like he is ," less than". He is a champion and should be treated as such dickhead Dana! He fought his way to the top with precision, class, and hard work. He is champion for a good reason dickhead Dana. He represents the U F.C. in a very classy fashion. Leave that man alone dickhead Dana! Quit trying to sabotage his career. Leave the man alone dickhead Dana!!!!!!!!

  2. They said it themselves. Tyron stopped playing the victim and it cost him. Although it was annoying, it gave him that mental edge he needed. Now that he was the face instead of the heel he didn't have that anymore. I've said this before, I think he's a good guy but he needs to be a stupid dick to be successful. Jon is kinda the same but he's a lot more complex than just that

  3. Listen to Tyron's post fight interview after he gets dominated by Usman, that's why Tyron cannot be unlikeable. Michael Bisping on the other hand is very unlikeable.

  4. It's only because we knew he is a great puncher but always seemed reserved. Then he started complaining then tossed in the race card and that was it. He seems like a really good dude but that never came across as likable

  5. Having talent and money doesn't magically make you exempt from experiencing racism, bigotry and hardships in life and it certainly doesn't mean you shouldn't talk about it just because it makes some non black people uncomfortable or make you "unlikable" in their eyes. To be real honest, its almost always white guys who go on and on about freedom of speech and not being politically correct–about them not caring if you're offended or hurt by the things they say. But the second a black person talks about the shit they've experienced in life, they want us to shut up because it clearly makes them uncomfortable and pissed off. Fuck that. I'm not gonna censor myself and neither should Tyron.

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