By Nolan King | April 12, 2020 7:15 pm If a “Fight Island” offer comes his way, Darren Till says he’ll accept. Like the rest of his UFC counterparts, Till (18-2-1 MMA, 6-2-1 UFC) is currently in limbo when it comes to his next fight. Booked to fight Robert Whittaker at UFC Dublin on Aug. 15, Till will have to wait for the COVID-19 pandemic to run its course before he knows whether or not he’ll compete on that date.. “I know there are mixed opinions on it,” Till said in a recent interview with the “Fight Disciples” podcast. “I don’t know whether it’s good or bad. I don’t know whether to have an opinion on it. If you’re not allowed to go socialize, is it good to put an event on? Is it good to try to do it for the fighters and for the viewers to be entertained? (Expletive), whatever. My little thing to say now mate is, ‘Opinions are like (expletive), everyone’s got one.’” If the UFC calls in the next few weeks and wants Till to fight sooner, he said he’d be willing. However, Till is skeptical there will be fights in the near future. He


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