In a battle of two undefeated welterweights, Darren Till (13-0-1) and Nicolas Dalby (14-0-1) left it all in the Octagon at UFC Fight Night 76 in Dublin.

At the end of the night, both fighters remained undefeated.

Till immediately went for a high kick. He got in a Muay Thai clinch and landed some knees. Till caught a leg kick and looked at Dalby rather unimpressed. Till connected with a straight right hand and a leg kick. “Sharpshooter” had trouble timing his opponent and didn’t land anything significant. The round ended with Till dropping Dalby with an uppercut.

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Till caught Dalby’s leg kick and popped him with a straight right in round two. Till grabbed a hold of “Sharpshooter’s” back and went for a takedown. Dalby was able to break free. Dalby took Till down briefly and landed a knee to the head with Till’s back against the fence. The round came to a close after with Dalby on his back after having his kick caught.

The third round began and Dalby came out swinging. He landed a head kick and was more aggressive. “Sharpshooter” shot in for a power double and took Till down. Blood began trickling from the nose of Till and he got popped with an uppercut. Dalby took a tired Till down and moved to full mount. Dalby hammered away at his opponent.

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Till returned to his feet and was pressed against the cage. “Sharpshooter” landed some knees before they broke from the fence. Dalby peppered Till with shots at the end of the final round.

When the scorecards were read, two of the three judges had the fight even, while the other gave the nod to Till. The end result was a majority draw.

Final Result: Darren Till & Nicolas Dalby Fought To Majority Draw (29-28, 28-28, 28-28)

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