- Woodley remains dumbfounded about his tentative and lackluster performance against fierce rival Colby Covington. With no answers to what exactly went wrong, he’s looking to dust himself up and move on.
- Cerrone, on the other hand, is open to having a rematch with Niko Price, whom he fought to a majority draw against. Like Woodley, he wants to figure out what went wrong and make the necessary adjustments.
- Both men are decorated veterans of the sport with more than a decade of experience apiece. Woodley was the former UFC welterweight champion, while Cerrone holds the most wins in the UFC with a total of 23.