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Tyron Woodley knocks out Andre Galvao in two minutes
Galvao looked desperately for a takedown, but it was Woodley who managed to connect with powerful shots, the forcing the referee to stop the contest after Galvao looked clearly out. Woodley improved his MMA record to 7-0, and clearly makes a statement to all the doubters out there that he is one of the best prospects in MMA today.