The biggest question when it comes to Darren Till is when the Liverpudlian will fight in the UFC again.
And that was answered recently when the company announced that he will headline the UFC Liverpool card slated to take place on May 27th.
Talking to the media before UFC London, comprising also of MMA India’s Chamatkar Sandhu, Till detailed his plans going forward in the UFC, wanting to fight Wonderboy and his disdain for the showmanship aspect of MMA that pulls in names such as CM Punk and Floyd Mayweather into its fold ahead of more deserving fighters that have paid their dues.
Till was last seen in action in October of 2017 when he finished Cowboy Donald Cerrone inside one round.
However, Till is perfectly happy to fight his way up the division to the Title shot, instead of coveting an easier route to the gold like another potential future opponent, Colby Covington, has.
He also explains not wanting to divide the city of Liverpool in terms of footballing loyalties by risking ‘You Never Walk Alone’ as his entrance music and speaks of blowing the roof off the arena when he fights in May, much like Conor McGregor did in his hometown of Dublin when he knocked out Diego Brandao.
See the full interview below: