Vicente Luque's coach Greg Jones says Tyron Woodley's accomplishments can never be taken away from him.
Jones, the wrestling coach at Sanford MMA, spoke with Fightful in a special video rating Kamaru Usman's UFC opponents. Jones asserted that all careers have ups-and-downs, but that should not deny Woodley a top-tier rating.
"I don't care what his last three or four outings suggest. He's a champion. In my mind, he's always going to be a champion. There are very few of them out there. Regardless of the last few fights and where his career goes, I'm gonna keep a guy like that at S [rating]," Jones asserted. "Kamaru was the one who kind of broke the dam there with Woodley in his last few fights."
Woodley is currently riding a three-fight skid; however, at his peak, Woodley retained his UFC welterweight title in four fights since conquering Robbie Lawler for the belt.
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