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Darren Till

Darren Till is a 26-year-old English professional mixed martial artist who is currently signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). In the UFC, he competes in the welterweight division. Till began his professional MMA career in 2013, and amassed a record of 17–0–1 before signing with the UFC in 2015.

Till was born in Liverpool, England. He began training in boxing at the age of 8, and later transitioned to mixed martial arts at the age of 16. Till began his professional MMA career in 2013, fighting primarily in his native England. He amassed a record of 17–0–1 before signing with the UFC in 2015.

Till made his UFC debut in May of 2015, losing via submission in the second round to Nicolas Dalby. This was the first loss of Till’s professional career. He rebounded from this loss with a first-round TKO victory over Wendell Oliveira in his next fight.

Since joining the UFC, Till has compiled a record of 7–1–1, with his lone loss coming against Tyron Woodley in September of 2018. Till is currently ranked #5 in the UFC welterweight division.
professional career

Darren Till is a British professional mixed martial artist who competes in the middleweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Till was born in Liverpool, England. He began training in mixed martial arts at the age of 12, and competed in his first professional bout in 2009. Till signed with the UFC in 2015, and made his promotional debut in 2016.

He has since compiled a professional record of 17–2–1, with notable wins over Donald Cerrone, Stephen Thompson, and Jorge Masvidal. In his most recent bout, Till lost to Robert Whittaker via second-round knockout.

British mixed martial artist Darren Till has been making a name for himself in the UFC since his promotional debut in 2016. A former welterweight title challenger, Till moved up to the middleweight division in 2019 and has since racked up wins over the likes of Kelvin Gastelum and Kelvin Gastelum.

Till was born in Liverpool, England in 1992. He began training in karate and Brazilian jiu-jitsu at a young age and made his professional MMA debut in 2013. Over the next three years, Till compiled a perfect 14-0 record, with 11 of his wins coming by way of knockout.

In 2016, Till was signed by the UFC and made his promotional debut against Jessin Ayari at UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Gastelum. Till won the bout via unanimous decision. He would go on to win his next three UFC fights, setting up a showdown with then-welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in September 2018.

Despite being a huge underdog, Till gave Woodley a run for his money, ultimately losing by decision. Undeterred, Till bounced back with a knockout win over Kelvin Gastelum in his next bout. He then moved up to middleweight in 2019 and picked up another big win, this time over seasoned veteran Jorge Masvidal.

Till is currently ranked #6 in the UFC’s middleweight division and is expected to continue climbing the ranks in the coming years. A true knockout artist, Till has the potential to be a future champion in the UFC.

Darren Till is a 25 year old mixed martial artist who competes in the UFC’s welterweight division. Hailing from Liverpool, England, Till began training in karate and jiu-jitsu at a young age. He made his professional MMA debut in 2013, and amassed an undefeated record of 17-0-1 before signing with the UFC in 2015.

Till made his UFC debut in May of 2016, winning via first-round TKO. He would go on to win his next two fights via decision, before suffered his first professional loss to current welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in September of 2018. Till rebounded from the loss with a unanimous decision victory over Jorge Masvidal in March of 2019.

While Till has yet to earn a title shot in the UFC, he has established himself as one of the promotion’s top welterweights. He is currently ranked #5 in the UFC’s official rankings, and has a record of 18-1-1.

One of the most promising prospects in the UFC’s welterweight division is Darren Till. The 25-year-old from Liverpool, England is undefeated in 17 professional mixed martial arts fights, with his only loss coming in a 2013 bout against Jessin Ayari. Till has demonstrated his impressive striking prowess inside the Octagon, winning all three of his UFC fights by knockout or TKO.

Most recently, Till picked up a huge victory over Donald Cerrone at UFC Fight Night 118 in Gdansk, Poland. Cerrone is a UFC veteran with nearly 60 MMA fights under his belt, so Till’s victory was a real coming out party for the young Englishman. He followed up that performance with a dominant decision win over two-time welterweight title challenger Stephen Thompson in Liverpool.

Now, Till is gearing up for a showdown with undefeated former world champion Tyron Woodley at UFC 228 in Dallas. With a win over Woodley, Till would catapult himself into the upper echelon of the welterweight division and position himself for a future title shot.

So far in his career, everything has been going right for Darren Till. He has the looks, the skills, and the charisma to be a true superstar in the UFC. The next few years will be crucial for Till as he looks to achieve his ultimate goal of becoming a UFC champion.

Darren Till is a professional mixed martial artist who competes in the welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is the former UFC Welterweight Champion.

Till was born in Liverpool, England. He began training in MMA at the age of 15, and had his first professional fight at the age of 18. Till compiled a record of 17–0–1 as an amateur MMA fighter before signing with the UFC in 2015.

Till made his UFC debut in 2015, and won his first five fights in the promotion. In 2017, he defeated Donald Cerrone to earn a title shot against then-champion Tyron Woodley. Till lost the fight via submission in the second round.

Till rebounded from the loss with a knockout victory over Kelvin Gastelum in the main event of UFC Fight Night 130. This earned him the “Performance of the Night” bonus award. In his next fight, Till faced former interim UFC Welterweight Champion Carlos Condit. Till won the fight via first-round knockout, and was subsequently awarded the “Knockout of the Night” bonus.

In July 2018, Till faced then-undefeated and current UFC Welterweight Championrobberyi Usman in the main event of UFC Fight Night 134. Till lost the fight via unanimous decision. Following the loss, Till vacated his position as the number-one ranked welterweight contender in the UFC’s official rankings.

In his next fight, Till faced Jorge Masvidal in the main event of UFC on ESPN+ 5. Till won the fight via knockout in the second round, and earned the “Performance of the Night” bonus for his efforts. With the win, Till became the first European-born fighter to earn a knockout victory in the UFC.

In his most recent fight, Till faced former UFC Lightweight Champion Rafael dos Anjos in the main event of UFC on ESPN+ 14. Till lost the fight via submission in the second round.

Till has been praised for his boxing ability, and has been compared to Conor McGregor due to his tall, lanky frame and southpaw stance. He is also known for his pre-fight trash talking.

British mixed martial artist Darren Till is a Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight contender. Till was born in Liverpool, England, on December 24, 1992. His parents divorced when he was nine years old, and he was raised by his mother. His father was an amateur boxer, and Till began boxing at the age of eleven. He had his first professional fight at age eighteen.

Till began mixed martial arts (MMA) training at the ripe age of sixteen. After amassing a thirteen-and-three amateur MMA record, he made his professional MMA debut in 2013. Till won his first fifteen professional MMA bouts, eleven of which came by way of knockout or technical knockout. His winning streak came to an end in 2017, when he was submitted by former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler in the main event of UFC 213. Despite the loss, Till remained in the UFC welterweight top fifteen rankings.

In May of 2018, Till knocked out former UFC interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit in the first round of their bout at UFC Liverpool. The win earned Till the Performance of the Night bonus. In his next bout, Till faced then-UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in the main event of UFC 228. Till lost the bout via a second-round submission.

Till rebounded from the loss to Woodley with a first-round knockout victory over Kelvin Gastelum in the main event of UFC 244. The win earned Till his second Performance of the Night bonus.

At UFC Fight Night 129, Till moved up to the middleweight division to face former UFC welterweight champion Jon Jones. Jones won the bout via unanimous decision.

After a year-long hiatus, Till returned to the octagon at UFC on ESPN 14, where he faced former UFC middleweight champion Robert Whittaker in the main event. The bout was originally supposed to be held at UFC 248, but was moved to UFC on ESPN 14 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Till lost the bout via unanimous decision.

Till is scheduled to face Marvin Vettori in the main event of UFC Fight Night 183 on December 19, 2020.

Till has a professional MMA record of 18 wins and five losses.

Background and early life

Till was born in Liverpool, England on December 24, 1992. His parents divorced when he was nine years old and he was raised by his mother. His father was an amateur boxer and Till began boxing at eleven years old. In 2012 Till also took part in Hatton Promotions – his first and only fight coming years later against a Greek boxer known as Christos Margaritis.

Career

Till began mixed martial arts training at age 16. He joined Team Kaobon at eighteen. Till, after amassing a professional record of 13 wins and 3 losses, made his professional MMA debut in 2013.

Till’s MMA pro career started strong winning his first fifteen bouts, eleven of which via knockout or technical knockout. With Till’s amateur boxing record being 6-0, Team Kaobon coach Darren Till decided to pursue a pro boxing career for until his MMA career took off. As such, Till moved to France to train with kinou Boxing. Till had his first amateur boxing match on 14 September 2018 against Slovenian wrestler Tomaž Simonič. Till lost by technical knockout in the second round after getting dropped, then floored twice more.

Till’s winning streak came to an end in his firstUFC bout, against a very experienced former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler in the main event of UFC 213. Despite the loss, Till still remained ranked number 4 in the welterweight UFC rankings.

Similarly, Till’s next UFC bout saw that he moved up to the middleweight to face former UFC welterweight champion Jon Jones. After a closely contested battle between the former welterweight champion, Till was knocked out by a head kick from Jones in the third frame.

Till was scheduled to face Geraldo de Freitas Jr. on 13th June 2020 at UFC Fight Night 172. However, on 24th April 2020, it was announced that Till had to pull out of the event due to the coronavirus pandemic. On 9th November 2020, Till announced his return against veteran Marvin Vettori at UFC Fight Night 183.

Personal life

Till is the son of Carol Till, born and raised in Liverpool, England.

Till has a son named Tyler with ex-girlfriend Marina Rodriguez.

Filmography

Championships and accomplishments

* Ultimate Fighting Championship
* Performance of the Night (Two times) vs. Kelvin Gastelum and Donald Cerrone

Mixed martial arts record

|- |Loss |align=center|18–5 |Robert Whittaker
|Decision (unanimous) |UFC on ESPN: Whittaker vs. Till
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|align=center|5 |align=center|5:00 |Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates |
|- |Loss |align=center|18–4 |Jon Jones
|KO (head kick) |UFC Fight Night: Smith vs. Rakin’ |
|align=center|3 |align=center|0:54 |Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates |
|- | Win | align=center| 18–3 | Kelvin Gastelum
| KO (punch) | UFC 244 |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 3:37 | New York City, New York, United States |
|- | Loss | align=center| 17–3 | Tyron Woodley
| Submission (D’Arce choke) | UFC 228
|
| align=center| 2 | align=center| 3:19 | Dallas, Texas, United States |
|- | Win | align=center| 17–2 | Carlos Condit
| KO (punch) | UFC Fight Night: Thompson vs. Till
|
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 4:55 | Liverpool, England |
|- | Loss | align=center| 16–2 | Stephen Thompson
| Submission (rear naked choke) | UFC Fight Night: Till vs. Wonderboy
|
| align=center| 5 | align=center| 3:56 | Belfast, Northern Ireland
| |- | Win | align=center| 16–1 | Bojan Veličković
| TKO (body punches) | UFC 204
|
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 0:59 | Manchester, England |
|- | Win | align=center| 15–1 | Jessin Ayari | TKO (punches) | UFC Fight Night: Koch vs. Dennis Siver
|
| align=center| 2 | align=center| 0:45 | Frankfurt, Germany |
|- | Win | align=center| 14–1 | Wendell Oliveira
| TKO (knee and punches) | UFC Fight Night: Rothwell vs. dos Santos |
| align=center| 2 | align=center| 2:27 | Zagreb, Croatia | |- | Loss | align=center| 13–1 | Nico Musoke
| Submission (rear naked choke) | UFC Fight Night: Stockholm
|
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 2:10 | Stockholm, Sweden | |- | Win | align=center| 13–0 | Juha-Pekka Vainikainen | KO (punch) | Cage 36 |
| align=center| 2 | align=center| 3:40 | Helsinki, Finland | |- | Win | align=center| 12–0 | Pavel Doronin | KO (punch) | M-1 Challenge 61: Guram vs. Supyan |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 0:28 | St. Petersburg, Russia | |- | Win | align=center| 11–0 | Felipe Cucci | TKO (doctor stoppage) | M-1 Challenge 53: Battle on Volga |
| align=center| 2 | align=center| 2:51 | Ulyanovsk, Russia | |- | Win | align=center| 10–0 | Beslan Isaev
| TKO (hand injury) | M-1 Challenge 47: Battle on Neva 2 |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 1:03 | St. Petersburg, Russia | |- | Win | align=center| 9–0 | Rafal Cejrowski | TKO (punch) | Cage 32 |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 3:37 | Tampere, Finland | |- | Win | align=center| 8–0 | Damian Polak | TKO (corner stoppage) | Cage 31 |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 3:40 | Turku, Finland | |- | Win | align=center| 7–0 | Joachim Christensen | Submi. (rear-naked choke) | Cage 30 |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 1:38 | Mariehamn, Finland | |- | Win | align=center| 6–0 | Seydina Seck | TKO (retirement) | Cage 29 |
| align=center| 1 | align=center| 0:41 | Turku, Finland | |- | Win | align=center| 5–0 | Stipe Bekavac | TKO (punches) | Cage 28 |
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