Tyron Woodley calls Kelvin Gastelum ‘Fatselum’ and says he will ‘f*ck him up’

Kelvin Gastelum, Tyron Woodley

Former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley went on the offensive against former rival and current middleweight contender Kelvin Gastelum.

In a recent appearance on TMZ’s Hollywood Beatdown, Tyron Woodley tore into Gastelum for the comments he made about Woodley during the Dominance MMA media tour in Los Angeles. Woodley was not happy that Gastelum called him out for a rematch, and “The Chosen One” ripped into him on TMZ.

Check out what Tyron Woodley said below.

“Kelvin Fatselum, the one who fought me at middleweight when I was a welterweight, and got his ass whooped when I broke my foot, and I gave him his money back and now he’s talking sh*t three years later,” Woodley said. “F*ck everybody around his team from top to bottom.”

Tyron Woodley defeated Gastelum by split decision back at UFC 183 in January 2015. Woodley was kind enough to offer Gastelum back the portion of his show money the commission took for missing weight even though he didn’t have to. Now Tyron Woodley isn’t happy that Gastelum is talking smack about him in October 2019.

“He wants to fight me when? What are you going to do differently? You haven’t ever fought for a title and won, my man. What are you the king of? You’re the king of Qdoba or Chipotle. Would you eat there everyday if you’re a championship level fighter? I ain’t got love for you G, I ain’t got no pity for you. I gave you mad props on air, I gave you mad props on ESPN, I gave you mad props for the Israel Adesanya fight. I ain’t had nothing to say about you. I was respectful to you, I didn’t bash you when you missed weight. And now you’re going to talk sh*t about me?” Woodley said.

“I will f*ck you up right now. I will f*ck you up in the Octagon. You’re garbage and you’re whole squad is garbage.”

In the meantime, Woodley is gunning for a boxing match with Canelo Alvarez. Until then, we will wait to see how Gastelum responds to these comments.

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This article first appeared on BJPENN.COM on 10/21/2019.