The Strikeforce welterweight recently signed a representation agreement with Malki Kawa, and now he's got a fresh new UFC contract to go with that.
Tyron Woodley may have missed out on the UFC 158 sweepstakes after Rory MacDonald fell off the card because of injury, but it's not all bad news as "T-Wood," who signed a new four-fight contract with the world's leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion.
Ariel Helwani reported last night on UFC Tonight that Woodley was targeting a fight with Jake Shields either in April or May. Shields, a former SF middleweight champion and UFC welterweight title challenger, recently announced a return to welterweight following his middleweight bout against Ed Herman. His six-month suspension following a failed UFC 150 drug test is already finished.