Tyron Woodley, top, elbows Darren Till in the face during their welterweight title mixed martial arts bout at UFC 228 on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, in Dallas. Woodley won by submission. (AP Photo/Jeffrey McWhorter)
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Tyron Woodley had the crowd buzzing, not booing, in his latest UFC welterweight title defense.Woodley sent Darren Till to the canvas with a right hand early in the second round, then repeatedly punched and elbowed his English opponent in the face and head before finally winning by submission at UFC 228 Saturday night.Till (17-1-1) lost for the first time in his first title fight.A right hand early in the second dropped Till, and with Woodley on top of his opponent, the crowd screamed for him to finish it with the repeated blows while Till desperately tried to stay in the fight.With his neck bent in a headlock and a strained look on his face, Till started tapping Woodley's hip as the referee stepped in to stop the fight at 4:19 of the second. Woodley had Till pinned for about three minutes before the fight was called.Once the fight started, Till was conservative, sitting back while waiting to see how Woodley would attack.
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