Darren Till Fires Back At Fighters Who Criticize Daniel Cormier’s Fight Analysis

The English striker didn't hesitate to back the former UFC double champ.

Darren Till On Daniel Cormier
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Darren Till is not happy about fighters taking aim at UFC Hall Of Famer Daniel Cormier for his fight analysis.

Darren Till Backs Daniel Cormier

Over the past several months Cormier has found himself in hot water with a number of UFC stars who didn’t appreciate his comments about their respective situations.

“DC” has found himself exchanging words with the likes of Tony Ferguson, and even Jorge Masvidal. However, Till seems to have seen enough, taking to Twitter to voice his frustrations.

The Englishman noted that, although Cormier is retired form fighting, he could still take out most of the UFC roster today if he wanted to.

“Still baffles me fighters giving D.C shit over his analytic P.O.V’s in MMA. They calling him out like they could fight him, don’t forget guys that Fat Potato head could still absolutely maul 99% of the roster on his worst day… let’s show some respect.”

Currently, Cormier serves as a commentator for the UFC on select pay-per-view (PPV) events. Also, he hosts an MMA show on ESPN, as well as his own YouTube channel, discussing the current top topics within the sport.

Cormier also seems to be dipping his toe into the WWE pool now. It was announced recently he’ll be serving as a guest referee for a Fighting Pit matchup at WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view (PPV).

The contest is expected to be an MMA-style match that Cormier will officiate between Seth Rollins and Matt Riddle – the latter of which being a former UFC competitor himself.

Cormier has expressed interest many times in the past about doing things with WWE, even at one point being in talks to join the company as a commentator. 

It remains to be seen if he’ll ever consider stepping into the ring as an actual competitor at any point in the future.

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