Bisping on Darren Till's brutal KO loss (Michael Bisping MMA/UFC news)





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Published on Mar 22, 2019

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In this video, we get a clip from Michael Bisping's and Luis Gomez's MMA/UFC youtube channel, the Michael Bisping Podcast. The full video is - Believe You Me w/Michael Bisping #123 FULL VIDEO - Hall Of Lamer , were Michael Bisping and Luis J Gomez discuss Jorge Masvidal. In this video, Michael Bisping recaps Darren Till's brutal KO loss, at Darren Till V Jorge Masvidal UFC London.

Summary -

Jorge Masvidal picked up one of the biggest wins of his 16-year professional career at UFC Fight Night in London on Saturday -- and went straight into a backstage altercation with another welterweight. And believe it or not, that welterweight wasn't even Ben Askren, who flew to London for the sole purpose of picking a fight!
There was a lot going on at UFC Fight Night on Saturday. What's next for the winners and losers of the event? Here's ESPN's take.
For the record, I thought this was the obvious fight to make before Masvidal gave Edwards the "three piece and a soda" in the tunnel after the event. Masvidal would (obviously) jump at the opportunity of a title shot, but he's not next in line. Whether you love him or hate him, Colby Covington is next in line. And it's not close.
That said, Masvidal did just take an immediate leap back into title contention. He went into Saturday on the fringe of that conversation, having lost his past two and taken a year off -- but this single victory over Till has his stock skyrocketing. And a win against Edwards, who has now won seven in a row, would solidify him as a serious candidate for a title shot.
Till had plans to visit Canada immediately after the bout. He should let that be the first week of an extended break from action. He's only 26, and there is absolutely no reason to rush back from this type of loss. He needs to let his body (and brain) heal from this one. No one is questioning his toughness. He should understand this is a time in which he doesn't need to show it.
When he does come back, the time has come to move to middleweight. Right? He has showed in his past two camps he can safely make welterweight, but there's not a good reason to do it anymore. Take the fresh start. Tavares is ranked No. 10 by the UFC. He's a good first opponent there and -- coming off an injury of his own -- could fall into the same timeframe as Till.

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