Tyron Woodley & Dana White argument sorted


UFC welterweight title holder Tyron Woodley appeared on The MMA Hour on Monday.

Tyron Woodley has shared his opinion in regards to the statement of UFC President Dana White made during the UFC 214 post-fight press conference. The latter appeared unsatisfied with the performance of the champion saying, among everything, that he had “broke a record” of what appears to be the fewest punches thrown.

Although Woodley defended the belt against Damien Maia, White said that “it’s easy to say a win is a win. But when you get booed out of the arena, that means people don’t want to watch you fight. That’s how you make a living and it’s not good if people don’t want to watch you fight.”

During The MMA Hour phone interview with Ariel Helwani Woodley expressed himself that he is owed a “public apology”. He has also revealed that if he wouldn’t get it, he was going to “start leaking some sh*t”.

“The word behind ‘business’ is ‘man.’ You need to be a man, you owe me a public apology. And if I don’t get that, I’m going to start leaking some sh*t that people don’t want to be out in the wind. I’m not even kidding about that.” He however did not provided the details when asked what was behind those last words words.

On Wednesday TMZ Sports reported that UFC President White advised that he had spoken with Woodley and they “are cool now”. “Woodley and I talked and he said he was just pissed and upset and didn’t mean it,” said White.

TMZ also spoke with UFC welterweight champion who has confirmed that the argument has been sorted saying “We good”.