Gilbert Burns dominated Tyron Woodley in an impressive UFC Fight Night main event victory Saturday in Las Vegas.Burns, 33, was in control from the outset and was awarded a deserved unanimous decision, with the judges scoring the fight 50-45, 50-44 and 50-44 in his favor. Rewatch classic fights on DAZNBurns (19-3) is riding a streak of six consecutive victories, including four since returning to welterweight in 2019.Woodley, meanwhile, was no match for Burns in what was his first bout since losing the UFC welterweight championship to Kamaru Usman in March last year.Where was the fight won?Burns laid down a marker early. He dropped Woodley (19-5-1) and cut the American open above his left eye in the first round. From there, his victory was never in doubt. What does it mean?Usman holds the welterweight title and Burns is ready to take on his teammate. Usman beat Woodley to win the crown, and then successfully defended against Colby Covington in December.Calling out his TRAINING PARTNER! Is the champ next? #UFCVegas pic.twitter.com/ivD4HTrv0O— UFC (@ufc) May 31, 2020They said what?”I trained so hard for this fight, I knew I could do it, I was calling these guys out for a reason,” Burns told ESPN after his win.Rest of the cardAugusto Sakai (15-1-1) was awarded a split-decision victory over Blagoy Ivanov (18-4) in an even heavyweight battle.