Filed under: Featured , Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos Fighters commonly use the term “war” to describe what they expect when heading toward the octagon. Fighters who face champ Robbie Lawler , however, might just mean it a bit more literally. This concept is not lost on Tyron Woodley (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC), who prepares to take a stab at Lawler’s (27-10 MMA, 12-4 UFC) welterweight belt in the pay-per-view main event of UFC 201 on Saturday at Philips Arena in Atlanta. A self-proclaimed fan of the champ, who he dubbed “the biggest comeback story in MMA,” Woodley appreciates these battles. But that doesn’t mean the challenger anticipates one for himself – not in the way we’re used to seeing them, at least. “I might be knocking him the hell out – that’s how I think about it,” Woodley told MMAjunkie. “It’s one thing to look at someone that’s been in these wars, and also look at what happens during them.
After playing out multiple scenarios, Tyron Woodley overwhelmed by options to beat Lawler – MMA Junkie