Woodley is calling out Nick because it's the easiest fight against the biggest name available to him. It's the biggest reward for the least risk. I think Woodley believes that Nick hasn't been training hard and is rusty. So he wants Nick at his most rusty. Woodley is in the best shape of his life, and if he's not just saying that, then he must be in serious shape. One thing I could never deny is the guy has always been explosive and athletic. I know that's like comically racist code on sherdog, but seriously. The guy is actually explosive and athletic. So he's thinking, I'm in my best shape, Nick's been out of the cage for a year. Nick's also a bigger name than Wonderboy. And wonderboy is a stylistic nightmare for him. Woodley doesn't just want to take the belt. He wants to keep the belt. His odds are better against a rusty Nick than a hot streak Wonderboy. When I write it out like that, I really feel like I just stated the obvious.