That with all of the various styles of fighting that we see in modern mixed martial arts, by far one of the most effective... Is an elite wrestling base with a powerful overhand? And what's even crazier, is I think you could make the argument it is the single MOST effective fighting style at the top level. We've seen tons of fighters reach the upper echelon exploiting this, and little else. Woodley has clearly mastered it, incorporating distance control to bait opponents into the strike. He is brilliant at letting his opponent pressure him into a corner, which makes them predictable. He knows shots are about to come, and loads up with his back to the cage (this is exactly what Till fell for). He also uses it sparingly on offense, so his opponent gets very little feel for the speed and timing. I'm not bashing the style, I'm just amazed that something so simple is so difficult to defeat. If I were running an MMA gym, I would farm high level wrestlers and train nothing but distance control and overhands, lol.