UFC’s ‘The Gorilla’ Darren Till deems ‘It’s probably the end’ Conor McGregor’s MMA career despite ‘Biggest name in the sport’

Despite the fact that former UFC champion Conor McGregor hasn’t fought since July 2021 due to a tibia and fibula injury suffered while fighting Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, people still wanted to talk about arguably the biggest star in the UFC.

In an exclusive interview with Basketball Insiders, current UFC middleweight fighter Daren Till discussed the Irishman and stated that Conor is done and will not perform well in the Octagon again.

“I think Conor has been there and done it, made his money and now he’s happy. I’m sure he probably wants to come back but deep down he knows life’s different now. I think it’s probably the end for Conor but he’s still the biggest name in the sport.”

Conor McGregor broke his leg against Dustin Poirier

In the same interview, he talked about the possibility of joining PFL in the future, and as there is a high opportunity of grabbing a big sum, he might join the emerging MMA promotion.

“Maybe yeah. It’s absolutely growing so big right now. Brendan Loughnane obviously just won a million dollars and the PFL World Championship. They’re getting to sign some big names right now even from the UFC. So that could happen yeah. I could go and make some money there.”

The former Disney star Jake Paul joined PFL recently, and when talking about PFL, Till also stated that he respected the younger Paul, as the YouTuber turned boxer is performing admirably well and evolving his skills day by day.

“I think he’s training really hard and putting 100% into it now. Again, we have to respect it but let’s wait and see when he gets some tougher fights against more accomplished opponents. He’s kept proving the doubters wrong so yeah, keep making the money and doing what you’re doing.”

However, The Gorilla is suffering in the octagon; in recent days, he lost five out of his last six UFC appearances.


Saifullah Nayem

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Business undergrad and has been a culer since childhood, currently working as a combat sportswriter at SportsZion. Aside from sports, he is passionate about marketing and business-related activities.


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