He seems to improve every fight. Going from Cerrone who is a small 170er (and washed up at this point), to beating #1 Stephen Thompson who just had 2 VERY close fights with Woodley is impressive. The weight cut issue that happened was definitely his screw up, but I honestly expected him to gas sooner or later since he had to do that second weigh in this morning and make under 188 pounds. His cardio actually looked pretty solid for a big guy that had a god awful cut. Granted, he wasn't really pushed to expend a lot of energy since it was essentially just him and Wonderboy trading on the feet, but let's remember Woodley doesn't have a high output/volume of strikes himself. Woodley defeated Wonderboy by just waiting for openings to counter and took advantage of Wonderboy thinking about the takedown. If you look at Woodleys takedown numbers unless I'm mistaken he's only landed like 5 or 6 takedowns in all of his UFC fights combined. He's not a guy thats going to shoot for 15-20 takedowns in a single fight, his cardio isn't good enough for him to do that. Thats why he's elected to be a counter puncher with the threat of maybe going for 1 or 2 here and there to either land some GNP or to win a round on points. Till is bigger, stronger, and packs a bigger punch on the feet and is a more aggressive striker. Where Wonderboy fails to pull the trigger (and it has costed him in fights), Till wouldn't play the waiting game like Wonderboy did with Woodley. I think Wonderboy would have been champ if he had a higher output in those 2 fights with Woodley. Till would essentially have 20 or so minutes to make something happen on the feet, and with him having more power, being stronger, and being more aggressive than Wonderboy that's why I think he's a more dangerous challenger. The Woodley takedown threat is overstated, he's only going to shoot for one strategically throughout the fight. He's not going to employ a wrestling based gameplan. Till has a chance at being taken down but he would have plenty of time on the feet to score a stoppage. I think he's the guy that won't be gun shy with Tyron and will make him increase his output and actually fight on the feet. Just my opinion from what I've seen of Till and Woodley as of late. Whoever will make Tyron expend more energy and defend himself more has the best chance at beating him. He'll beat everybody if you let him get away with throwing 50-60 strikes a fight and counter punch for 25 minutes. Till is the next guy thats big enough, strong enough, and has a big enough punch that'll actually threaten him on the feet.