‘I’m Prepared to Do Whatever It Takes’- Darren Till Cuts a Spine Chilling Promo About Him Chasing Greatness in MMA

Published 08/17/2021, 12:44 PM EDT
ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – JULY 26: Darren Till of England prepares to fight Robert Whittaker of New Zealand in their middleweight fight during the UFC Fight Night event inside Flash Forum on UFC Fight Island on July 26, 2020 in Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)


Darren Till is all set to face Derek Brunson at the UFC Fight Night 191 event. This fight will be very important for Till, as he has lost 3 of his previous 4 UFC fights. Therefore, ‘The Gorilla’ will look to win this fight and get back to winning ways.

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Till currently has an MMA record of (18-3-1) and last competed in the UFC back in 2020. The fighter faced Robert Whittaker at the UFC on ESPN 14 event and lost via unanimous decision.

While Till’s career has not been going great in recent times, the fighter had an incredible start to his MMA career. Till was undefeated in his first 18 professional MMA fights and had a record of (17-0-1).

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Till’s incredible MMA record is because of his never-give-up attitude, and that was quite evident from a recent interview. Recently, as ‘The Gorilla’ appeared on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, his dedication and passion were quite visible. Till said, “I will take 20 losses, I will take 55 losses, I will take injury after injury after injury to get where I want to be.”

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“It’s good to see guys like Charles Oliveira, Jan Blachowicz. It’s good to see them types of guys do the things that they’re doing. Charles Oliveira lost to ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone, and now he’s the champion. I am prepared to do whatever it takes with me and my team.”

Darren Till visualizes winning the UFC title

To become a champion in any sport, the most important thing for a person is to believe in himself. That is exactly what Till does, as he not only believes in himself but visualizes himself winning the title.

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He said, “I have visualizations of winning that belt when Joe Rogan comes over to me with the mic, throwing the mic out of his hands and giving it to Colin so he can give the speech that is needed. And I go out of the cage with my belt, let him have his speech, and I dump the belt on his desk the next day, and we continue.”

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“I visualize all this, mate, but I believe it. With all the antics, that’s hyping fights, but don’t get it twisted, I don’t take this lightly. I wake up every day and I put my soul, mind, and body through hell and back.”

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Paras Pande

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Paras Pande is a UFC author at EssentiallySports who is pursuing his graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication. An ardent follower of the UFC, he has been covering the sport for 2 years now. Before joining the team at EssentiallySports, Paras gained expertise as an MMA writer whilst working with Sportskeeda.

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