Darren Till reveals his boxing plan: “I’m going to do two years in boxing”

Darren Till is ready to fight for 2 years as boxer before moving back to the UFC.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Darren Till reveals his boxing plan: “I’m going to do two years in boxing”
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The former UFC fighter Darren Till is ready to make his boxing debut against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr on 20th July at the Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson fight card. Interestingly, Darren Till’s move to the boxing realm is temporary.

He looks forward to fighting for about two years; after that, he wants to go on a hunt for the UFC belt. It’s the ultimate goal. The promise of handsome fortunes motivated Darren Till to make the swtich from MMA to boxing.

Darren Till on what he wants to do after boxing

Recently on The MMA Hour, Darren Till shed some light on his boxing career.

“I’m going to win a UFC belt,” Till said, as quoted by mmafighting.com. “I’m going to win a UFC title. I speak to the UFC bosses all the time. ... I’m going to come into this boxing scene in a storm, then I’m going to go back to the UFC and get a title.

Then I’m going to say, ‘Right, I’ve done it. I was one of the best. Cheers.’ And you can say I’m not going to, but I’ve solely got my sights on making a whole lot of money and beating up a few dudes, which I am 100 percent going to do.

I don’t think they’ll be able to lay a hand on me. I really don’t”.

Darren Till wants to compete as a boxer for two years

“I think two years,I’m going to do two years in boxing, I’m going to make millions and millions, and then I’m going to say, ‘Guys, you said I could come back at any time.

Can I? Give me one or two fights. I’ve been in Russia for 12 months now just wrestling, wrestling. Or Brazil. Give me a chance now. My knee is OK. And if I go in and my chance fails, it fails”.

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