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Mike Perry Unimpressed With Darren Till's Impressive Win

Mike Perry Unimpressed With Darren Till's Impressive Win
22/10/2017


Darren Till had a wonderful night at the  UFC event in Gdansk, Poland on Saturday, knocking out Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in the first round with some good impressive punching but this didn't go well with Mike Perry, who immediately got into a heated argument with Till after his win.

Mike Perry had been at the ring side during the fight and showed after he wasn't impressed at all with Till's win and after the verbal exchange with Till was interviewed by UFC Fight Pass.

“Yeah, he looked good against Donald — against Donald Cerrone,” Perry told John Gooden and Dan Hardy. “Not against ‘The Cowboy.’ That’s not the ‘Cowboy’ that wins fights. That’s the Donald that shows up. I wasn’t happy with Donald’s performance. I’ve seen him fight a lot better. Darren didn’t get a tough fighter tonight, he got someone who gave up in the first round. You know that’s not what we’re gonna see with me.”

Mike Perry seemed interested in fighting Darren Till after his impressive win but he will have to fight Santiago Ponzinibbio first at UFC on Fox come Dec. 16th at Winnipeg, Manitoba, which makes the fight a possibility after this year.

“I’m ready to fight right now, man,” Perry said. “I wish I could have got in that cage with him, in that Octagon. But you know, it doesn’t work like that. We gotta be professionals about this, we’ve gotta sign the paperwork and we’re gonna make it happen. I’m pretty sure that it’s gonna go down. I look forward to it, but first I’ve got work to do first with Santiago Ponzinibbio in Winnipeg, Canada.”

Both fighters are presently have great winning streaks building and a potential fight between the two will actually pull some crowd. Mike Perry, 26 has won four of five fights in the UFC, all by knockout and all with Night bonus-winning efforts via vicious knockouts while Darren Till (16-0-1) has been undefeated in MMA and only one draw since joining the UFC..

“Rankings don’t matter, they’ve never mattered since I got here,” Perry said. “It’s about how hard I hit you with my right and my left hand. He wants to box, I look forward to any MMA fighter that wants to box with me. Santiago Ponzinibbio is gonna be the first example of that. And then I’m gonna show you Darren Till in England, man. I’m gonna KO this man in his hometown. We know what happened last time I went to Manchester.”
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