Darren Till proved he is one to watch when he won the biggest fight of his career so far when he put away No. 6 ranked Welterweight Donald Cerrone in the main event at UFC Fight Night Gdansk. Out striking the Cowboy with a barrage of punches, Darren Till finished the fight by TKO at 4:20 into the very first round.
Till said he expected to put away Cerrone in the first or second round and knew as soon as Cerrone walked in the cage he had him. But it all came down to his confidence and power, attributes he owns for believing in himself.
Liverpool, stand up! 🇬🇧
There’s a new star in town and his name is Darren Till! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/X1JkKbt4yB
— BT Sport UFC (@btsportufc) October 22, 2017
In his post fight press conference Till explains why he called out Mike Perry in the octagon but told the media that the fight will happen if Mike Perry wins his upcoming fight against Ponzinibbio, a win he doesn’t see happening.
Darren Till vs. Mike Perry? 🤔
SIGN ME UP! pic.twitter.com/k2IAXyja7l
— BT Sport UFC (@btsportufc) October 21, 2017
Flying the flag for Liverpool, he insists that the UFC now need to hold an event there in the near future, one that he pictures topping the Irish crowds in Dublin.