UFC 171 Play-by-Play: Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley

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Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley

Round 1: Condit takes the center of the cage.  He paws with his jab.  Woodley circles on the outside.  Woodley lands a big right hand.  Condit lands a leg kick and Woodley counters with another hard right hand.  Woodley lands another right hand.  Condit continues to move forward.  He lands a spinning back kick to the body.  Woodley initiates the clinch.  He presses Condit against the fence.  Condit lands short right hands to the body.  Woodley lands an elbow on the inside.  Condit turns him and lands right hands to the midsection.  They exchange knees to the body.  Woodley lands an uppercut.  Condit answers with a knee to the body.  They separate.  Condit steps in with a left hand.  Condit lands an outside leg kick.  Condit closes the distance and Woodley ducks under and takes him down.  Woodley works in Condit’s full guard.  Condit applies a triangle choke.  Woodley elevates him and throws him to the ground.  Condit gets to his feet.  Woodley lands a right hand.  Condit misses with a head kick and Woodley takes him down.  Woodley lets Condit up.  Woodley lands a right hand.  He partially lands a spinning back fist.  Condit walks through it.   Condit lands a right hand at the bell.  MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Woodley.

Round 2: Condit presses forward landing an outside leg kick.  He lands a jab followed by a kick.  Woodley lands a right hand.  Woodley drives forward and secures a takedown.  Condit lands short shots from the bottom.  Woodley not doing much on top.  The referee stands them up.  Woodley lands a leg kick and Condit crumbles to the canvas with a knee injury.  He winced when he was taken down earlier.

The official time of the stoppage was 2:00 of the second round.

Tyron Woodley:

“I heard him say something when I took him down. He was complaining on about the knee. When he got back up I targeted it. I didn’t know which knee so I kicked at both and I hit the right spot eventually. It was time to get him out of there. Very glad I got the win and all the best to Carlos. Hope he’s back in there soon!” 

Carlos Condit:

“Worst possible scenario having injuries like that. I felt something in my knee earlier on in the fight off a takedown. When he hit me with the kick it didn’t hurt at first. I went to check it and the knee just kind of stayed when I twisted around. That’s when I really felt it go. I don’t know what else to say. It sucks.”

Condit vs. Woodley

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