Ex UFC Title Challenger to Make His Boxing Debut on the Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson Card

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Former UFC star Darren Till is making a bold move from the octagon to the boxing ring. Till, known for his MMA career, will step into the squared circle to make his professional boxing debut. His opponent? None other than Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., a former middleweight champion.

Date: July 20, 2024
Venue: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Streaming: Live on Netflix PPV

The Undercard Spotlight

The matchup between Till and Chavez Jr. will take place as part of the undercard for the highly anticipated Mike Tyson vs. Jake Paul fight. Yes, you read that right—Mike Tyson, the legendary heavyweight, will face off against internet sensation Jake Paul in an intriguing clash of generations.

Till, with his striking skills honed in MMA, will need to adapt to the sweet science of boxing. Meanwhile, Chavez Jr., a seasoned boxer, aims to capitalize on his experience and secure a victory. The eight-round cruiserweight contest promises fireworks, especially considering the contrasting backgrounds of the fighters.

Darren Till’s UFC Journey

In 2015, Till made his UFC debut, showcasing his striking prowess and fearlessness. His undefeated streak caught the attention of fans and pundits alike. His breakout moment came in 2017 when he defeated Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in a high-profile bout. The win catapulted him into the welterweight rankings.

Till challenged for the UFC welterweight title against Tyron Woodley in 2018. Although he fell short in that fight, he continued to evolve as a fighter. Injuries and setbacks followed, but Till’s resilience remained unwavering.

In an unexpected twist, Till is transitioning from MMA to professional boxing. His debut is set for July 20, 2024, against former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on the undercard of the Mike Tyson vs. Jake Paul fight. It’s a bold move, but Till’s determination knows no bounds.

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