The rumors of Darren Till to fight former UFC Middleweight Champion Robert Whittaker at UFC London are heating up. If “The Gorilla” takes this vigorous matchup against Whittaker, we can debate that Darren Till is in the middle of one of the most tenacious fight schedules in the companies history.
In October of 2017 Darren starts this insane fight lineup against Donald Cerrone in a welterweight main event. Darren won this fight via 1st round TKO and would elevate him to a #1 contender fight against Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson. In Liverpool, Darren Till defeated Thompson via unanimous decision is a back & forth strategic fight. After wins over Cerrone & Thompson the undefeated welterweight would fight for the UFC Welterweight Championship at UFC 228 vs Tyron Woodley. Till would receive his first loss of his career against one of the greatest welterweights to ever compete inside the octagon via 2nd round submission. The brass 26 year old Till would jump right back into a main event slot vs Mr. Super Necessary himself Jorge Masvidal. Masvidal a 35 fight veteran and was ready to takeover mix martial arts in 2019 was to tough for Till in London.
Darren Till just finished the toughest 4 pack of welterweight fights in UFC history decided to take his talents to the middleweight division.
This past month at UFC 244, Darren Till would have a triumph debut as a middleweight vs tough as nails Kelvin Gastelum. Darren Till defeated the former #1 contender to the middleweight championship via split decision. The series of fights that Darren Till is in the midst of is absolutely legendary:
Next, could be “the reaper” Robert Whittaker.