Chandler takes it, watch out for Patricky man:
Round 1 - Chandler opens up swinging like crazy. Woodard gets him with a knee to the face, but Chandler throws him and slams him to the canvas. Chandler now with some ground and pound, then Woodard gets up. Chandler throws him down again, and is trying to pass but Woodard is keeping him tied up really well. Woodard gets up again. They're back to striking, and Chandler goes for a single. He finally gets it and moves to half guard easily. Chandler can't pass, and Woodard gets up. Chandler swings, then goes for another takedown and gets it. That's the round. 10-9 Chandler.
Round 2 - Chandler comes out a little slower here, and Woodard is just backing up. Woodard finally starts landing a couple of shots, and then Chandler shoots. Woodard gets him with a good knee, and they're standing again. Chandler gets a takedown, but he's not nearly as active on the ground this round. He's controlling but that's about it. Woodard manages to stand but Chandler is still holding on. Woodard gets loose and lands an uppercut. Chandler takes him down again. Woodard is going for a kimura and sweeps Chandler with it. Now he has Chandler's back. Chandler is turning and going for a single, but Woodard is still on him. Woodard has both hooks in and Chandler can't shake him. Woodard goes for the rnc but can't sink it. And the round ends... tough one. I'd say 10-9 Woodard.
Round 3 - Woodard is landing leg kicks, but Chandler rocks him with a bit with a punch. Chandler clinches Woodard on the cage going for a takedown, and finally gets it but Woodard is back up. Chandler picks him up and slams him. Chandler is throwing more shots on the ground now, and both fighters look tired. Finally the ref stands them up. Woodard goes for a head kick, and Chandler takes him down. Woodard almost takes Chandler's back but can't get it. They're back on the ground. Chandler doing a great job of smothering and occasionally punching on the ground. That's the fight. I'd give it to Chandler, 29-28.
Michael Chandler def. Lloyd Woodard by unanimous decision, 29-28.