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Watch shocking moment mass brawl erupts in boxing ring after fight as security are forced to rush in

DARREN TILL’S boxing debut descended into a mass brawl after the fight was waved off.

The Gorilla beat Mohammad Mutie via TKO in the second round of their bout at Social Knockout 3 on Saturday night.


A brawl erupted at the end of Darren Till’s fight against Mohammad Mutie[/caption]


Security piled into the ring to separate the fighters at Social Knockout 3[/caption]

However, a scuffle broke out between the pair in the ring after the fight was waved off.

The chaotic scenes saw security staff rush into the ring to separate the two fighters.

Mutie had retired injured after a “rabbit punch” from Till saw him fall to the ground holding the back of his head.

Till had struck the back of his opponent’s head during a clinch, with the referee waving the fight off as Mutie could not continue.

As he got back to his feet, though, the Palestinian fighter confronted Till inside the ring.

Their heated conversation soon erupted into a brawl as security and coaches piled into the ring to pull them apart.

Tempers were finally cooled, but only after Mutie had grabbed the Englishman’s leg and taken him down.

Speaking in his post-fight interview, Till explained: “This is fighting – you get hit.


“If you don’t want to continue fighting, don’t fight. He’s not a fighter. He’s trying to be a fighter. He’s a coward.

“Then when I’m minding my own business he comes and attacks me. I’m so sorry. I am not that guy. I am a respectful guy.

“I love fighting. I love Dubai, I’ve been coming here since 2016. I’m standing here minding my own business and he came over and attacked me with his team.

“I’ve got to defend myself, so I’m sorry about that guys. I am.”

Till had been making his boxing debut at the event in Dubai, which also featured social media star Abdu Rozik.

The mixed martial artist had previously been slated to fight former middleweight world champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr on the undercard of Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson later this month.

Their bout was scrapped, however, when the main event was cancelled.

Prior to Saturday night, Till had not fought since suffering a submission loss to Dricus Du Plessis at UFC 282 in December 2022.

The defeat was his fifth in six fights and his last in the UFC, with his professional MMA record now standing at 18-5-1.


Former UFC fighter Till slammed his opponent after the incident[/caption]

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