FightFans / Frankie Edgar / Tyron Woodley Talks Training with Francis Ngannou

Tyron Woodley Talks Training with Francis Ngannou

Last updated

Former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley recently revealed that he trained with Heavyweight fighter Francis Ngannou. Speaking to Helen Yee, the former Champion revealed that he was blown away by the strength possessed by Ngannou.

‘I was just in a gym with Ngannou and he was working on some single leg [takedowns],’ Woodley told Helen Yee, speaking on Ngannou. ‘He like grabbed his leg and his strength and his power’”he didn’t even really quite grasp it’”and I noticed how f*cking strong he is.”

Tyron Woodley Talks His Nose Nearly “Being Broken”

‘I don’t know what I would do [against him]” Tyron Woodley continued. “Because I never felt nobody just put that much [pressure on] my face and make me feel like my nose is gonna break.”

Tyron Woodley will be back in action at UFC 260 on March 27th against Vicente Luque. Francis Ngannou will be fighting on that card in the main event of the night. Ngannou vs Stipe Miocic headlines UFC 260 for the UFC Heavyweight Championship,

YouTube video

Fighter Fans Post Sponsors

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is manscaped.png
  • MANSCAPED ’“ We are absolutely ecstatic to announce that Fighter Fans has joined with MANSCAPEDâ„¢ to offer our readers 20% off and FREE SHIPPING on all orders! MANSCAPEDâ„¢ the best in men’s below-the-waist grooming.  MANSCAPEDâ„¢ offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. Go to and get 20% off + free shipping with our link: #manscapedpod 
Venom Drip Combat Clothing
  • Venom Drip Combat Sportswear ’“ Founded in 2011 in Central California. Venom Drip Combat Sportswear is a clothing brand. Geared toward fans and athletes of combat sports. But of course you do not have to be a fan or athlete of combat sports to rock our brand.

Also Check Out:

Jake Skudder
Written by
Jake Skudder
Jake is an SEO-minded Combat Sports, Gaming and Pro Wrestling writer and successful Editor in Chief. He has more than ten years of experience covering mixed martial arts, pro wrestling and gaming across a number of publications, starting at SEScoops in 2012 under the name Jake Jeremy.