Details Come Out About “Legendary” Till vs. Perry Sparring Session

UFC welterweight contender Darren Till is currently set to fight reigning champion Tyron Woodley in the main event of UFC 228 on Sept. 8, live on pay-per-view. In preparation for the fight, Till recently met up with fellow welterweight and talented knockout artist Mike Perry.

The two welterweights sparred, accumulating some serious attention from fight fans. Both fighters later took to social media to comment on the experience.

“Few rounds getting beat up by @platinummikeperry”

Few rounds getting beat up by @platinummikeperry ?

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“Real recognize real ! Was a fookin pleasure mate ! #UFC”

Real recognize real ! Was a fookin pleasure mate ! #UFC

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Well, speaking to The Mac Life, Mike Perry has decided to divulge some details on the matter.

“Nothing too it, man. It’s normal for us. He’s a real guy. He likes to fight, same as me. There is nothing fake about us. We are here to hurt people and win.

“We like to fight and I had the opportunity to spar the No. 1 contender and I knew he wasn’t going to saw no.”

“We were both nice. I’m not going to lie, because we weren’t trying to be disrespectful. But, we was cracking each other too. We went three five minute rounds. It was a good little fight. I got to say, man, it was a pleasure.”

Check out the fighter’s full thoughts within the video below:

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