Colby Covington Won’t Accept Non-Title Bout For Next UFC Fight
Colby Covington doesn’t plan on taking a non-title bout for his subsequent battle.
Many have been led to imagine that Covington is a shoe-in as Tyron Woodley’s subsequent challenger. In spite of everything, Covington received the interim Final Preventing Championship (UFC) title again in June. Whereas “Chaos” was stripped of the gold initially of the UFC 228 foremost occasion between Woodley and Darren Until, there’s a feud brewing between the 2 which is sort of certain to herald larger pay-per-view buys than every other Woodley title protection.
Colby Covington Doesn’t Need A Non-Title Bout
Kamaru Usman not too long ago claimed that he was provided a bout with Covington for January and has accepted. In a current interview with TSN, UFC president Dana White expressed his discontent with Woodley and Covington. “Chaos” responded with the next to MMAJunkie.com:
“I’m big into being a man of my word and promises made, promises kept. I expect the same in return from the UFC. They promised me Tyron Woodley and a fight for the undisputed belt. Since that belt is disputed by me currently, that’s all I’m accepting. Doesn’t matter if it’s Mickey Mouse with the belt – then that’s who I want.”
“The Chosen One” is recovering from a hand harm. Covington’s coach Dan Lambert claimed his fighter was provided the Woodley bout for UFC 233, however he wasn’t assured that the champion can be prepared in time. Keep on with MMA Information for the newest updates on the UFC welterweight title image.
Do you suppose Colby Covington’s subsequent battle will probably be a title alternative?