The most profitable way to bet Tyron Woodley’s last nine pro fights has been by backing his opponent to win by decision. Across Jake Paul, Kamaru Usman, and Gilbert Burns, a $100 bettor who has backed Tyron Woodley’s opponent on the ‘to Win by Decision’ prop since 2017 has turned a profit of +$880.
Meanwhile, as for the bigger picture, there is still some left to salvage from Tyron Woodley’s professional fighting career. Apart from four successful title defenses, Woodley holds stoppage wins over the likes of Darren Till, Robbie Lawler, and Carlos Condit. In fact, a $100 bettor who has backed Tyron Woodley to win ‘Inside the Distance’ since his 2013 UFC debut has turned a profit of +$694, an ROI of +$38 per fight, win, or lose.
Tyron Woodley Betting Trends
|Since 2013 UFC Debut||Record||Units|
|Opponent by Decision||5-13||+7.12u|
|Inside the Distance||6-12||+6.94u|
|Fight Goes Distance||9-9||+6.83u|
|Fight Goes Distance: No||9-9||+0.75u|
|to Win Fight||9-8-1||+0.06u|
Tyron Woodley has gone the distance in 9 of his last 18 professional fights dating back to his 2013 UFC debut, with a $100 bettor who has backed the ‘Fight Goes the Distance’ prop on each of Woodley’s fights in that stretch having turned a profit of +$683.
Meanwhile, on the other hand, when Woodley fights have not gone the distance, they have ended within the opening rounds. As the ‘Under’ has cashed in 50% of Woodley’s fights since his 2013 UFC debut, going 9-9 for +3.39 units profit.
Tyron Woodley ended his UFC career with a respectable 9-6-1 record. A $100 bettor who backed Woodley on the moneyline across each fight in his UFC career turned a profit of +$203. However, after taking back-to-back losses in professional boxing to Jake Paul, Woodley has fallen to 9-8-1 since his UFC debut and is 0-2 since turning to pro boxing.
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