Welterweights Tyron Woodley and Josh Koscheck met in the Octagon at UFC 167, and it was pretty one-sided. Woodley dropped Koscheck early and often, battering the former title challenger around the cage. He almost finished him at one point, only to see Koscheck get back to his feet. But two more huge punches ended that quickly. Check out the video highlights above, or BE editor Brent Brookhouse's play-by-play below.
Round 1 -Woodley lands a big right hand that hurts Koscheck and a big knee. Koscheck is looking for a takedown now. A good right hand by Woodley and a leg kick. Now Koscheck with a right hand and Woodley is going in reverse. Woodley with a cuffing right hand and some more really big shots. Huge punches and somehow Koscheck doesn't go out. He is eventually able to hold on long enough that they're stood back up. Huge shot to the side of Koscheck's face, he drops into a squat and Woodley drills him with two more shots and it's over. That was violent.