Back in February, former Strikeforce welterweight standout Tyron Woodley needed just 36 seconds to make his presence felt in the UFC, leveling veteran Jay Hieron with a blistering right hand. In a year filled with impressive first showings, Woodley‘s debut might be the best of the bunch so far.Now, he‘s ready for his encore.Saturday night at UFC 161, Woodley welcomes Jake Shields back to the 170-pound fold in a matchup destined to have an impact on the divisional standings. After the two former Strikeforce competitors both lobbied to fill the void left opposite Carlos Condit at UFC 158 when Ro … Read the Full Article Here