VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Tyron Woodley has mapped out whom he’d like to face next and plans on making a major change after that. He wants to avenge his loss to welterweight champion Kamaru Usman , who took the title from him at UFC 235 , then fight Colby Covington , then move up to 185 pounds. “Obviously it’s going to be a lot of emotion in the Colby Covington fight. It’s going to be a lot of emotion in the (Kamaru) Usman fight,” Woodley said during a fan Q&A this past Friday ahead of the UFC on ESPN+ 16 weigh-ins in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. “But outside of those two fights in that division, those are the ones that excite me the most, and after I get my belt and defend, if I fight Usman and beat him, I got to give him the rubber match. I can’t just say, ‘Nah-nah-nah, you can’t get me.’ I’ve got to give him a chance to get back out there and prove it.
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