Darren Till breaks silence on knockout loss to Jorge Masvidal.
Six days after suffering a devastating knockout loss in front of fans in his home country, Darren Till finally has broken his silence.
Till (17-2-1 MMA, 5-2-1 UFC) was brutally knocked out in the second-round by Jorge Masvidal (33-13 MMA, 10-6 UFC) last Saturday in the welterweight headliner at UFC on ESPN+ 5 from The O2 in London. The Brit was handling himself well in the fight, but then “Gamebred” connected with a clean left hand that ended the contest in an instant.
There were no post-fight words from Till. He left the octagon under his own strength after being down for some time but did not speak or provide any social media updates – until now.
Till apparently has ventured to Western Canada over the past week. On Friday he shared his first post-loss update from Whistler, British Columbia, and detailed some thoughts on the loss, most of which revolved around his focus level (via <a href="
Last Saturday was a tough night against a strong opponent, @gamebredfighter
Fight game is a tough one.
Few things need refocusing now, feel like I lost me self the past year & haven’t been fully focused to my craft!
I’ve had a week in this amazing place Canada to revitalise with my thoughts!
I’ll be back a different animal, @teamkaobon is still the best coach & person in this world & we will dominate for years to come.
Can not wait to be back at the gym Monday evolving and focusing like never before. I owe it to myself!
@gymshark F LIFe
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