UFC 202 is only a few weeks away, so I see Woodley's offer to fight Nick on it (after a very quick turnaround) as kind of a one-time deal, predicated on the fact that Nate is the headliner. It's a solid addition to the card, would bring some extra spice to the pre-fight pressers and doesn't really rob Wonderboy of an opportunity -- because there's no chance Woodley would be fighting him instead of Nick on the same card. That is to say, the legitimate challengers don't lose a shot they could have expected otherwise, but the fans gain extra activity from a champion which they wouldn't normally get. Wonderboy himself was aiming for a November shot, to be clear, and I reckon November/December will still be there for him regardless of what happens with 202. Don't get me wrong, if Woodley doesn't get on 202 and still pushes for Nick as his first defence that will be some bullshit, but for this particular card the bout is just gravy and I'm fine with that. Plus, if Nick beats Woodley (very possible; Nick brings the sort of build and style which has flummoxed Woodley in the past) then a match-up between him and Wonderboy is actually a lot more intriguing, and probably better for the challenger in terms of exposure etc.