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Darren Till plans to take a more controlled relaxed approach over the next 10 years: “My body is brittle through years of hard torment day in day out”

UFC fighter Darren Till has opened up on his career as he continues to deal with injuries. Till was set to face Jack Hermansson in the co-main event of UFC London, but he had to pull out due to an injury. He was replaced by Chris Curtis and it was later revealed that the Brit planned to help corner his replacement. However, in a statement on Twitter, Till confirmed he won’t be cornering Curtis and also offered some details on the injuries hindering his career.
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Chris Curtis: Darren Till will play Sean Strickland in my corner at UFC London

Chris Curtis will have the next best thing to homefield advantage at UFC London: A Scouser in his corner. Darren Till now joins Curtis’ corner for a fight with Jack Hermansson in the co-headliner of UFC London, a spot originally reserved for Till before a knee injury intervened. The...
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Darren Till opens up about ‘depressing’ UFC London withdrawal: ‘I feel like I’m in a Tyson Fury moment’

Even a collected guy like Darren Till isn’t immune to dealing with emotional adversity. The one-time UFC title challenger was scheduled to compete in his home country in the co-main event of UFC London next weekend before a leg injury scratched him from his bout against Jack Hermansson. While Chris Curtis will step in on short notice for the biggest fight of his octagon tenure, Till can’t help but feel sad and frustrated about having to sit this one out.
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UFC star Darren Till has admitted he’s at a low point in his career after withdrawing from his UFC London fight against Jack Hermansson. In the wake of four losses in his last five bouts, it was clear to see that Darren Till needed to go back to the drawing board. So, that’s exactly what he did, mixing up his training in Liverpool with some work in Sweden at Allstars – with a particularly notable friendship brewing between himself and Khamzat Chimaev.
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Darren Till on ‘depressing’ UFC London withdrawal and injury woes

Darren Till has opened up on his ‘depressing’ withdrawal from UFC London after pulling out of the event due to injury.Till was set to fight Jack Hermansson in the co-main event at the O2 Arena on 23 July, but a knee injury has ruled the Liverpudlian out of his bout with the Swedish-born Norwegian. Hermansson will now take on American Chris Curtis instead.Till, 29, last competed in September, when he was submitted by Derek Brunson for a fourth defeat in his last five fights. Earlier in 2021, the middleweight was forced to withdraw from a scheduled clash with Marvin...
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Darren Till out, Chris Curtis reportedly in against Jack Hermansson at UFC London

The Ultimate Fighting Championship show will have to go on without one of its best-known native sons later this month in London. ESPN reported Wednesday evening that Liverpool native Darren Till, a former welterweight title challenger and current middleweight contender, had withdrawn from his scheduled co-main event against Jack Hermansson at UFC Fight Night 208 on July 23 with an undisclosed injury. The fight for Till would have been his first since last September, when he succumbed to a rear-naked choke from Derek Brunson in the headliner of UFC Fight Night 191. The 28-year-old Team Kaobon product will have to wait at least a while longer to attempt to snap his current two-fight losing streak.
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Darren Till out of UFC London fight with Jack Hermansson

UFC middleweight contender Darren Till is officially out of UFC London. ‘The Gorilla’ was set to return later this month for the first time since his defeat to Derek Brunson last September. The loss was a derailing one, as Till hoped to secure a title shot with a victory.
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Darren Till Defends Cormier Against Critics, But Jones “Still The GOAT”

UFC middleweight Darren Till has hit back at critics of Daniel Cormier and his commentary during UFC fights and events. Cormier has come under fire over the past year for the way he commentates UFC fights. He’s been accused of favoring certain fighters while having disdain for others, which he has vehemently denied.
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Ariel Helwani and Darren Till have heated exchange on social media: “I’m just jealous you have as many wins as Dillon Danis since 2018 mate”

Ariel Helwani and Darren Till’s relationship seems to have deteriorated based on their recent Twitter exchange. In recent years we’ve seen some amusing interactions between Ariel Helwani and Darren Till over social media, largely due to the fact that they’re both fun personalities within the mixed martial arts sphere. As we know, Helwani is the most notable journalist in the sport, whereas Till has an entertaining personality that fans enjoy regardless of whether he wins or loses.
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Pic: Crazed UFC fan gets giant ‘Smesh Bros.’ tattoo, Darren Till reacts

UFC fan Jack Millard must really love the “Smesh Bros.” shtick from Darren Till and Khamzat Chimaev, or perhaps he’s just got a few screws loose. Either way, Millard recently inked himself with a tattoo of both “The Gorilla” and “Borz” to commemorate their Blockasset collaboration.
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