Former UFC Fighter Darren Till Pleads Guilty To Driving Offences In Liverpool
Former UFC title challenger Darren Till pleaded guilty to multiple driving citations after being pulled over back in May by police.
Till appeared for a previously planned trial on Wednesday at the Liverpool Magistrates’ Court after pleading not guilty to two charges earlier this year. In a reversal, Till decided to plead guilty to driving without insurance and driving while disqualified.
A third charge, obstructing a constable in execution of duty, was dropped by the prosecution as a part of Till’s plea deal.
Till will pay undisclosed monetary fees after pleading guilty to the two above driving charges.
Darren Till Pleads Guilty To Driving Offences Amidst Fighting Uncertainty
Till parted ways with the UFC earlier this year after a loss to Dricus du Plessis at UFC 282 in December. He lost five of his last six UFC fights before requesting his release from the promotion.
Till hasn’t fought in any discipline since his UFC release, although he has flirted with potentially competing in boxing or bare-knuckle fighting. Bare Knuckle FC was rumored to be interested in signing Till, although nothing has come to fruition as of this writing.
Before his recent losing skid, Till was regarded as one of the top fighters in the UFC. After a welterweight title loss to Tyron Woodley at UFC 228, he opted to make the move to middleweight with mixed results.
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