Is Woodley the best example of "fighting not to lose" in the ufc? I believe he is. If you disagree, show me a better example. He had Maia "blind" of one eye since the 1st punch in the 1st minute of fight and didn´t do absolutely anything for 5 rounds to finish him. Woodley's fans will say "but he stuffed more than 20 takedowns from Maia" ..... ok, good..... but what did he do himself to win the fight, besides stuffing takedowns???? Not much at all. Just extremely worried about not getting taken down, that´s all. Not a single moment where he showed the fire or drive to finish the fight..... It was obvious that Maia was gonna shoot for td and look for a sub the whole fight, but Woodley as the younger and stronger athlete with faster hands and absurd power should´ve put Cyclops Maia away quickly but limited himself only to negate Maia's game, nothing else...... So right now, he is on a streak of 3 of the worst ever title fights at WW and broke the record of least thrown strikes. At any point in the fight Woodley showed he really wanted to finish Maia. I usually disagree with DFW but he is right on this one Dana White: “The guy [Maia] had one eye in the first round and you’re [Woodley] faster, you’re stronger, your hands are better, you’re explosive. I believe that Woodley could’ve finished that in the first round, and if not, he definitely could’ve finished it in the second round. If you had a remote control for that guy, he’s a freak of nature, he’d be an incredible fighter. Listen, it’s easy to say a win is a win but when you get booed out of an arena, that means people don’t want to watch you fight, you know. And that’s how you make a living. It’s not good if people don’t want to watch you fight.” Thoughts?