Here’s the cringe video of Till’s horrific weight cut

Darren Till missed weight ahead of his victory over Stephen Thompson in Liverpool this past weekend. It has since come out that he lost sight at one point because of how much stress his body was under. We didn’t realize how rough it was until this video was released. It is definitely hard to watch.

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Covington blasts Till vs Thompson as a ‘hug fest’, here we go…

Colby Covington ladies and gentleman. He’ll be here all night, try the veal. Colby can’t seem to stop himself from speaking his mind when his opinions begin to form in his brain. No matter if it might be brutal, offensive, or simply to insult the whole of Brazil. His latest tirade is aimed at Darren … Read more

Some want Till’s corner suspended for weight cut techniques

Weight cuts can be dangerous. Gabe Ruediger struggled badly on The Ultimate Fighter Season 5 and uttered the now infamous phrase, “put me back in B” after collapsing to the floor dramatically from his time in the sauna. Theatrics or not you could see a small glimpse of the dangers of extreme weight cutting. Losing … Read more

UFC Fight Night 130: Thompson vs. Till full results

UFC Fight Night 130 took place Sunday in Liverpool, England. The main event saw an overweight Darren Till earn a split decision victory over Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson in what was supposed to be a welterweight matchup. In the co-headliner Neil Magny defeated fellow welterweight Craig White via TKO in the first round. Here are the … Read more

Darren Till wishing KO win over Cowboy lands him on UFC Liverpool card, responds to Cerrone

Darren Till takes on veteran standout Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone on October 21st in Poland who admittedly doesn’t know a thing about Darren. A knockout or submission win over Cowboy would make him a recognizable name with fans should he pull it off, but Till wants more than that. The Liverpool native wants a spot on a card from the city he grew up in and we can’t blame in. Being a hometown hero is a dream of almost all fighters in the early stages of their careers.

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