However, once that potential bout comes to a conclusion, it is onto The Titan Games for Woodley, who will participate in the second season of the show.
The Rock announced the news on Twitter:
We’re bringing sports back w/ the best pro-athletes on the planet for our new season of @NBCTitanGames!— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) May 4, 2020
My TITAN PROS are Olympic gold medalists, @NFL legends, @UFC champions & more. Join us MEMORIAL DAY for an EPIC 2 HOUR PREMIERE! 8PM on @NBC! #SportsAreBack @SevenBucksProd pic.twitter.com/lBpNZ2PPKd
Woodley is the second professional MMA fighter to compete on The Titan Games, as regional MMA competitor Derik Scott competed on the first season of the show.