Darren Till Interview: Reflecting on UFC 279 fight week with Khamzat Chimaev | ESPN MMA UFC 279

Darren Till Interview: Reflecting on UFC 279 fight week with Khamzat Chimaev | ESPN MMA #ufc279 UFC 279

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ESPN MMA’s Brett Okamoto speaks with Darren Till about his experiences during UFC 279 fight week with Khamzat Chimaev.

0:00 Intro/Jet lag
1:01 Every day was something new
3:09 Khabib Nurmagomedov’s comments and other criticism
7:38 It’s time for Khamzat to embrace being the bad guy
9:25 Till’s attempt to make weight for Stephen Thompson fight
11:47 The right decision was made to stop cutting weight
13:36 Khamzat can make welterweight comfortably
14:47 Experiencing the boos on fight night
17:24 When will Till return?
18:51 Will Chimaev reach his full potential?
23:33 Finding balance to ensure his body is healthy
26:34 Goal to fight Israel Adesanya

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“Darren Till Interview: Reflecting on UFC 279 fight week with Khamzat Chimaev | ESPN MMA UFC 279” üzerine 20 yorum

  1. Darren Till is Incredibly Talented Fighter for serious Yes he lost his last fights but look at What he did against Whittaker or Kelvin Gastelum who Beat the sh*t out of I💤y, He’ll be back..

  2. My guy took a khamzat to a night club and got drunk in front of him eventhough he knows khamzat is a Muslim. A Muslim in his group would have told khamzat not to go

  3. Till, khabib’s comments have nothing to do with weight. You literally took khamzat to a club and was drinking around him. If he had a Muslim in his group, khamzat probably would have been checked and told not to go. You know khamzat is a Muslim, but you still decided to take him to the club and drink around him. You understand now?

  4. 18:18 “I train as hard as anybody in the UFC” Lol. His out of shape body and all of the training footage of him gassing FAST begs to differ. I’m sure he feels like he’s going hard. But there’s a lot of guys in the UFC who clearly train harder and treat it as a full time lifestyle. Not just when they’re in the gym, but full discipline outside of the gym too. Eating correctly and living the life of a professional athlete. Till doesn’t do that or have that same level of discipline and focus. It’s like comparing a marathon runner who also does sprints, to a guy who ONLY does sprints and doesn’t even fully discipline himself with that.

  5. 5:00 super good point here. Khabib is usually right until he’s not, and right here, he is definitely not. Khabib would be more right if he would hush his mouth and focus on what he actually knows for a fact instead of claiming he knows for a fact when he really doesn’t and he is completely wrong.

  6. Khamzat was showing middle finger using vulgar words that’s why khabib made that Statement. Kids watch this sports to. Khamzat is a good fighter but behaving in a proper was is also necessary. Look at GSP his behaviour was also great.

  7. Till hasn’t finished anyone since 2017. He’s finished 2 people in the UFC. The other was 2015 his debut. He arguably lost to Wonderboy. Was very close Vs Gastulem.
    Beaten by Masvidal and Woodley 2 bums.
    Mad really. He’s the most overrated hype train in UFC. I’m not being a hater. Just facts. He’s an alright lad though. I’m from Liverpool. So I want him to win

  8. 11:37 He’s trying to make this point about cutting weight to make it seem like a Khamzat did everything. Using his colonic experience as a companion. It’s all a bit ignorant. It’s not just about what you do the week of the fight and the weight cut itself. If he really did everything he could, he would have shown discipline throughout the WHOLE CAMP. Dieted and got his weight down throughout camp so he would have a manageable and doable cut. He didn’t. And his coach said he said a problem with eating. So all of that trying during fight week sounds good. If it’s true. But you can’t just try fight week and not during camp, and act like you did everything you could. He had more than enough time.


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