On Tuesday, many criticized a brief video that Darren Till posted on his Instagram account of a sparring session he took part in ahead of his main event clash with Stephen Thompson at UFC Liverpool.
The first clip shows “The Gorilla” knocking down his sparring partner with a left hand. Later on, the footage shows the Team Kaobon welterweight land a swarm of hooks to the body and head of his sparring partner.
Rounds upon rounds upon rounds @ufceurope
Some felt as though Till has been going too hard on his partner in the video, but on Wednesday, the Liverpudlian fired back at critics in another post, claiming that those who were condemning the footage “haven’t got a f*cking clue”.
Till posted the response along with a video that he had previously made public back in December where he can be seen on the receiving end of a powerful shot. He pointed it out that his sparring sessions are not always one-way traffic and refuted claims that he was “bullying” his training partner in the footage he posted on Tuesday.
For all you dumb cunts commenting on my previous video talking shit, saying that it’s bullying. Giving my training partner shit saying he is not worthy to be in there with me! We had a good few rounds together were he gave me a smack and I gave him one, it was a hard day and I feel I have it my all and that previous video was a good clip of me landing some shots. All you internet fighters haven’t got a fucking clue so stick to internet fighting and leave the real fighting to us! Here is a video which I posted last December of me taking a smack! I post when I’m hitting and I post when I’m taking a smack, so keep talking shit! #InternetFighters #HaventGotAFuckingClue