Darren Till takes aim at ‘laughable’ boxing callouts in Twitter return
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Darren Till takes aim at boxing and the “laughable” callouts that have been going around.
UFC middleweight Darren Till became notorious in 2020 for his social media presence and constant trolling. From UFC fighters to social media influencers Till’s popularity grew immensely from his social media antics. Poised to cause a stir, Till released his first tweets of the New Year on Friday night after a Twitter hiatus. Who was his latest target? Professional boxers who he called “laughable” for their repeated callouts. Check out his tweets.
“In the UFC when two guys call out each other at the top of their weight class, Dana white makes the fight A.S.A.PPPP… in boxing we got all these guys calling each other out and none of them fighting each other. Just got them posting pictures in expensive outfits, in expensive cars …
Nobody wants to see all that shit, Floyd Mayweather been there and done it, either tell your promoters or yourselves you guys are fighting each other or retire … WTF … becoming laughable.”
“… and here is my biggest thing right now while I’m attacking boxers Why the f–k you all walking around with 10 men armies entourages? You out jogging with your cars driving behind you? And all of your team jogging with you? Once again Floyd Mayweather been there and done it.”
Till is presumably speaking about lightweight boxers Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis who continue to call each other out. In a way that only he can, Till sheds a light on a major problem in boxing that sees top fighters continuously call each other out with little to no progress being made on actually putting those fights together.
Darren Till also took aim at Brendan Schaub
Continuing his series of Twitter trolling, he also put out this hilarious video of retired UFC heavyweight Brendan Schaub, who seems to be getting himself involved in the ridiculous feud that is Dillon Danis and Jake Paul.
Till is still recovering from a significant knee injury that occurred during his last fight in July with top UFC middleweight Robert Whittaker.
Published at Sat, 09 Jan 2021 00:49:53 +0000