According to Dillon Danis, Darren Till, a recently released UFC fighter, will next face Logan Paul.

Darren Till, a former middleweight in the UFC, appears to be planning a boxing battle with Logan Paul.

After losing by submission to Dricus du Plessis in December of last year, Till was recently dropped from the UFC roster. This was the Liverpudlian’s fifth defeat in his previous six fights. ‘The Gorilla’ afterwards claimed to have asked for his release in order to deal with persisting health difficulties.
Dillon Danis, a rival of Logan Paul, has recently asserted that Darren Till will face “The Maverick” in their subsequent matchup. In a since-deleted tweet, “El Jefe” stated:

Danis tweeted shortly after Paul announced on the IMPAULSIVE show that he would be facing a new opponent but withheld his name. According to “The Maverick,” Dave Portnoy,

“I have a new adversary. not yet said. We’ll bleep it after I tell you.
Even Till hinted to a boxing gig coming up, albeit Dillon Danis is by no means a trustworthy source. A finger pointing up, a bag of cash, and a pair of boxing gloves were among the emojis that “The Gorilla” tweeted.

Darren Till is optimistic about a UFC comeback.

Since his defeat by Robert Whittaker in a unanimous decision in 2020, which sparked a three-fight losing streak, Darren Till has been experiencing knee problems.

‘The Gorilla’ has now made the decision to take some time off and heal up before joining the UFC again. Since his knee issue may require some “injections,” Till is also worried about passing USADA testing during this time.

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to say that I’m a fan of a certain band, but I’m starting to get the itch to start listening to them again. Recently, the 30-year-old spoke to ESPN MMA:

“I might possibly take a two-year break from the UFC and then return. Make my body healthy while I spend two years exploring the world. ‘Hey, I’ll support you, but you know we’re not in the habit of bringing people back to the UFC,’ [UFC chief business officer Hunter Campbell] responded. I get it, but I was also thinking, “Your opinion will change in two years, mate,” in my brain. I’m certain that in two or three years at most, I’ll return to the UFC.”

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