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Uriah Hall Goes “Quiet” After Darren Till Responds To “Scared” Comment – MMA Root



The heated exchange between Darren Till and Uriah Hall continues when the ball is in Hall’s court.

Since November last year, Hall has been trying to call Till. Weeks went by with no response from the Liverpool native. But now Till is firing back on social media.

Hall recently accused Till of avoiding a fight with him. No. 9 middleweight accused Till in several harsh terms and stated that he could easily defeat him.

The accusation of avoiding a fight prompted Till to protest on social media.

“@UriahHallMMA brother brother brother did you just do an interview where you said I was scared of you? I moved up to middleweight and immediately fought the top two middleweights Gastelum and Whittaker. I never turned down a fight in WW or MW,” Darren replies.

Hall originally wanted Till in his next match, but on April 16 he will face submission superstar Andre Muniz. So Hall will have to wait longer for his dream match with Till.

Andre Muniz and Uriah Hall. Photo: Troy Taormina / Josh Hedges / Zuffa LLC.

After two bitter losses at welterweight, Till made the decision to move up to middleweight. He was successful in his debut defeating Kelvin Gastelum by split decision.

However, the success was short-lived as he lost to the top two fighters in the division, Robert Whittaker and Derek Brunson.

It’s unclear why Till hasn’t been seen in the octagon since last September, although his team said he suffered a knee injury prior to the Brunson fight.

Till may return to London in March, but that decision is still up in the air.

Till agrees to a match with Hall, but the time has not yet come. But once Till is where he wants to be mentally and physically, he is ready to accept Hall as his opponent.

Till’s response to Hall’s words that he is afraid to fight him meets the crickets.

“@UriahHallMMA why did you shut up after I replied to you?” Till says.

Both fighters are losing and want to fight each other. The results on April 16th will help determine their future matches and whether these two middleweights can settle their disputes in the cage later this year.

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