After Post-Fight Confrontation, Perry Says He’ll Go To England And Knock Till Out

Gdansk, Poland hosted an exhilarating day of fights on Oct. 21, as UFC Fight Night 118 took place inside the Ergo Arena. In a stunningly swift headliner, welterweight contender Donald Cerrone went toe-to-toe with unranked fighter Darren Till. Within the first round, Till earned a dominant TKO defeat over “Cowboy” Cerrone. Till now has 16 victories on his professional record, with no defeats as a mixed martial artist.

Following the impressive performance, UFC’s knockout artist Mike Perry stormed the cage after being called out by Poland’s main event winner. With the fighters rearing to get a shot at each other, “Platinum” Perry offered a few words on a hopeful match up between himself and Darren Till with the day’s cage side commentators.

“Platinum” is set to take on Santiago Ponzinibbio at UFC on FOX 26 on Dec. 16. Still with that in mind, Perry already has his sights on Till. Here is what Mike Perry had to say in a recent interview that can be viewed above.

“After I KO number nine, Santiago Ponzinibbio, I really look forward to fighting that boy Darren Till in England. In his home town, I want to knock that boy out.”