Tyron Woodley reaffirmed himself as the UFC’s best welterweight this past Saturday with a dominant win over Darren Till.
Afterward, on FS1’s UFC 228 post-fight show, he said his debut rap single was on the way soon. And now it’s here. When you’re arguably the top 170-pound fighter in the world, you can do these things.
And it’s not just any athlete-makes-a-rap-song situation, either. Woodley told TMZ Sports he was well aware of the stigma surrounding that heading in. In his case, though, “I’ll Beat Yo’ Ass” got an assist from Wiz Khalifa – a 10-time Grammy nominee.
“Timing is everything in music, and what better time to release a single called ‘I’ll Beat Yo’ Ass’ – fresh off of whoopin’ some ass?” Woodley told TMZ Sports in his regular weekly segment.
In the video above, you can get a little taste of the song, which also is available for download on iTunes and Spotify.
What do you think? Is Woodley’s first single legit? Let us know in the comments and the poll below.
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Source: USA Today – MMA Junkie
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