Mike Perry GOES OFF on Darren Till, wants to: “kick his mom in the face”
Mike Perry went scorched earth on his rival Darren Till, saying “I wanna f*** (his) mom,” amongst other things.
Trash talk is hardly uncommon in MMA, in fact, it’s regularly expected in the lead up to a fight. Despite this, controversial welterweight Mike Perry may have outdone himself in his latest rant, aimed at British star Darren Till.
The two were involved in an altercation at UFC Gdansk, seemingly on a collision coarse, but buried the hatchet afterwards. Their relations have taken a turn for the worst, however. It began when Till posted insulting comments about Perry’s girlfriend on social media, which caused Perry to go over the edge. In a profanity-laced rant filled with homophobic slurs and even threats to Till’s mother.
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“I wanna f*** Darren Till’s mom, too – F*** Darren Till. I want to fight Darren Till. I want to fight him, then I want to jump out the cage like Khabib (Nurmagomedov) did and jump kick his mom in the face, f*** Darren Till,” Perry told MMA Junkie.
“He’s a f***ing piece of s***. He’s a f*****. There’s nothing wrong with being a f***** unless you just like sucking d***. That’s cool. He likes to suck d***. That’s why he wanted to go to the spa. F*** him. Excuse my language if that’s terrible, but I hate that motherf****** guts. I don’t like when people say certain things.”
Till made a move to the middleweight division last year, making a successful debut, defeating Kelvin Gastelum via decision. That was a much-needed win for Till, who had been finished in his previous two outings at welterweight. Perry is also in a slum at the moment. As of now he’s lost three out of his last four bouts, sitting on two straight losses.
Despite not competing in the same divisions, Perry claims to be ready to face Till at middleweight. With the animosity brewing and the history between them, the time may very well be right for these two to finally settle their differences.