Daily Debate: Where does Tyron Woodley fall on the all-time welterweight greats lists?

Woodley (19-3-1 MMA, 9-2-1 UFC) dominated the previously unbeaten Darren Till (17-1-1 MMA, 5-1-1 UFC) in the UFC 228 main event and finished him with a second-round D’Arce choke to retain his 170-pound title.

The win gave Woodley four straight title defenses starting with a majority draw against Stephen Thompson at UFC 205 in which he retained his belt.

Woodley’s stoppage of Till was his first finish since he knocked out Robbie Lawler at UFC 201 to win the title, and his first submission win in nearly nine years.

So for our latest Daily Debate question for MMAjunkie Radio listeners and MMAjunkie readers, we wanted to know where you rank Woodley in the pantheon of all-time great welterweights?

To hear MMAjunkie Radio hosts “Gorgeous” George, “Goze” and Dan Tom weigh in with their predictions, watch the video above.

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