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Tyron Woodley def. Darren Till via submission (D'Arce choke) at 4:19 of the second round.
The champion had little to no issue with the rising Brit. He can work his way back up. He's young.
The UFC should not have a hard reset to his rise. There are plenty of viable contenders to put him against without forcing him to face low-level opponents or those in the back of the rankings. Rafael dos Anjos is the right call.
Dos Anjos is coming off a loss to Colby Covington, and he will test some of the areas where Till failed on Saturday. It's a good rebound fight to force Till's growth.
As for the champion, there is but one choice: Covington.
The former teammates have exchanged words quite a bit, and it was the fight we thought would have been booked for UFC 228 anyhow. It's the only welterweight title fight folks want to see, and Covington holds the interim belt to boot.
It has the potential to be massive, although it may get incredibly ugly on the promotional side given the friction between the two. We need to see this fight before the end of the year.
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