TYRON Woodley is back to defend his welterweight championship — against Darren Till — for the first time since his winning performance last year.
Woodley, 36, has been out of the Octagon since fighting Demian Maia 14 months ago, and will look to complete his fourth title defence against the dangerous Till at UFC 228 in Dallas, Texas.
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And we’ve already seen some incredible action in the prelims, with Geoff Neal viciously knocking Frank Camacho out.
The welterweight punished his opponent through one and a half rounds.
Camacho somehow survived an early onslaught in the second, before Neal’s monster headkick left the 30-year-old ragdolled on the canvas.
Meanwhile in the first fight of the main card, welterweight Abdul Razak Alhassan stopped Niko Price in just 43 seconds.
Price made the mistake of standing and swinging, and Alhassan punished him; leaving his opponent a crumpled mess.
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HOW CAN I WATCH IT?
Australian viewers can purchase UFC 228 for $54.95 on Main Event TV or via UFC TV on live stream from $60.49.
Pre-fight and prelim bout coverage will feature on Fox Sports 503 from 9am (AEST) on Sunday, September 9.
Foxsports.com.au will feature a live blog throughout the day, with video reports of the main action provided ASAP. You can follow all the action for every bout in our FIGHT TRACKER.
Jarred Brooks def. Roberto Sanchez — decision
Irene Aldana def. Lucie Pudilova — decision
Jim Miller def. Alex White — first round submission
Diego Sanchez def. Craig White — decision
Darren Stewart def. Charles Byrd — second round TKO
Geoff Neal def. Frank Camacho — second round KO
Alijamain Sterling def. Cody Stamann — second round submission
Tatiana Suarez def. Carla Esparza — third round TKO
Abdul Razak Hassan Alhassan def. Niko Price — first round KO
Jimmie Rivera v John Dodson
Jessica Andrade v Karolina Kowalkiewicz
Zabit Magomedsharipov v Brandon Davis
Tyron Woodley v Darren Till — men’s welterweight title