Tyron Woodley speculates about Conor McGregor’s future in the UFC

Tyron Woodley joins Colin Cowherd in studio to talk about what is next for Conor McGregor after his loss to Floyd Mayweather.

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- I think it opened up a new business.

- I think it did.

- That's what my take away. This is, by the way, why Floyd would never bad-mouth the UFC or Dana. Did you know in his pre-fight he was like, UFC is great. Dana's great. And then when the fight was over, he goes, I want to thank Ireland. I want to thank Conor.

- Yeah.

- I think Floyd and Conor may end up being promoters together on something.

- I think we did not see McGregor promotions for nothing on the canvas at the performance center. I think, no, I don't foresee Conor McGregor fighting in the UFC again. Who is he going to come fight? He's going to come fight me, and get beat up by a heavier guy that's not going to give in to the shenanigans? You going to fight--

- How much heavier are you than Conor?

- I walk, he walks around where I fight at. So he walks around 170. My weight class is 170. He's fought Nate Diaz at 170, but technically, Nate is a very undersized welterweight. He's a lightweight.

- Yes. Yes. So you--

- I could never make 150 anything.

- So what if the weight was 165?

- I could make that. It wouldn't be pretty, but I could make it.

- And then you would just slice up Conor.

- Yeah. Conor, the things he does well against other guys won't fare well against me. I'm just a lot stronger. I punch a lot harder.

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