If anyone knows of bad weight cuts, that’s Darren Till.
Till, who despite his large size competed throughout his career as a Welterweight, decided to climb to the Middleweight and debuted in the division with a split decision on the former challenger to the 185-pound title, Kelvin Gastelum, in the co-star of UFC 244.
Just seen a photo of aldo
Wow he doesn’t look to good man
I don’t get this cut to 135
I think he is gonna badly struggle or may not even make it
I think it would of been wiser to go up rather than down
As you get older the cut gets harder not easier
I got marlon for this
— Darren Till (@darrentill2) December 6, 2019
Regarding the photos that emerged yesterday from a drained and obviously weakened Jose Aldo while trying to reach 135 pounds for his fight with Marlon Moraes next Saturday at UFC 245, Till, who has had very bad experiences cutting weight, agrees with all to think that the two-time champion of the Feathers does not look good at all.
“I just saw a picture of Aldo. Wow, it doesn’t look good, man. I don’t understand your cut at 135 pounds. I think it will cost a lot or may not even succeed. I think it would have been smarter to climb than to lower. As you get older, cutting weight becomes harder, not easier. I’m going to Marlon on this one.”