Tyron Woodley defeated Jordan Mein by Split Decision. The Judges scored the fight 29-28 Jordan Mein, 29-28 Woodley, 30-27 Woodley.
Woodley landed a body kick early. Mein backed Woodley against the fence. Woodley exploded forward looking for a single leg but Mein defended well. Mein landed an uppercut but Woodley dropped and completed a takedown. Immediately as they hit the ground Woodley attempted an arm triangle. Mein quickly postured up but Woodley drove him back down to the mat. Huge elbow from Woodley. Another elbow from Woodley lands but Mein uses it to stand back up. Knee from Woodley from the clinch.
Overhand right landed for Woodley and backed Mein up. Woodley clinched and then hit the takedown working from Jordan Mein's half-guard. Woodley working just enough to keep the fight on the ground. Mein opened up with some elbows that may or may not have been completely legal. The ref allowed the fighters to work despite not really providing an exciting round.
Mein attempted a knee and Woodley used it to complete a takedown. Woodley continued his not-so-relentless attack on Jordan Mein. He made no attempted to pass guard, content to work just enough to keep the fight on the ground. He'll be the Strikeforce welterweight champion and the crowd hates him. Mein works for a keylock from guard and the referee stands the fighters up. Ankle pick from Woodley was unsuccessful as Mein sprawled out. Jordan Mein attempted the slowest takedown as the round came to a conclusion.
Tyron Woodley entered the fight 9-0 and a big win over Paul Daley. He's the number one contender for the vacant Strikeforce welterweight title. Jordan Mein is 22-7 in his career and came in on a five fight winning streak. He is 1-1 in the organization.