Tyron Woodley ’s outlook toward his professional fighting career has changed. The former UFC welterweight champion had a tough time after losing his belt to Kamaru Usman back at UFC 235 in March 2019. The struggles of losing his title, which he had defended four times prior, forced Woodley (19-4-1 MMA, 11-4-1 UFC) to reassess and take a new approach to his UFC journey. And ahead of his first fight back since losing the belt, Woodley expects to see the new approach show in his main event bout against Gilbert Burns at Saturday’s UFC on ESPN 9. “I went into a state of depression for a while,” Woodley told reporters at Thursday’s virtual media day

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Tyron Woodley opens up about struggles after losing UFC title: ‘I went into a state of depression’ – MMA Junkie

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