Darren Till expresses dissatisfaction with Misfits Boxing's main card results.

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Darren Till expresses dissatisfaction with Misfits Boxing’s main card results.

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Darren Till, a notable UFC figure, openly expressed his dissatisfaction with Misfits Boxing’s PRIME Card event, particularly criticizing the main and co-main events that showcased KSI, Tommy Fury, Logan Paul, and Dillon Danis.

The event, held last Saturday, garnered significant attention due to high-profile fights, particularly KSI vs. Tommy Fury and Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis. However, it concluded disappointingly as Fury secured a majority decision in a lackluster match against KSI, and Danis was disqualified for attempting an unlawful guillotine on Paul.

In a candid interview on ‘The MMA Hour’ on Monday, Darren Till, who was present at the event, didn’t hold back his opinions. “It was exactly as I expected,” Till remarked, specifically unimpressed with Danis’s performance. He stated, “He [Danis] clearly aimed to disqualify himself… he lacks boxing skills, both physically and mentally.”

Till’s critique extended to Logan Paul, where he questioned his boxing skills and punching power. However, he acknowledged Paul’s athleticism, especially in WWE, highlighting the difference between that and authentic boxing finesse.

While Jake Paul received some acknowledgment for his power and commitment to boxing, Till was candid about the overall showing of the fighters.

“It simply wasn’t up to par,” he expressed, disappointed by Tommy Fury’s repetitive strategy against KSI and questioning his aptness for the sport.

Despite his critical evaluation, Till appreciated the event’s high production standards and the entertaining undercard fights. Looking ahead to a potential shift to boxing through Misfits after his departure from the UFC, Till confidently stated, “I can box… I don’t even consider these individuals as a challenge.” He views future boxing bouts as lucrative prospects, displaying little concern about facing any of the PRIME Card participants.

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