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UFC Fight Night 130: Thompson vs Till Live
Date: May 27, 2018
Time: 1.00 pm ET
Venue: Echo Arena LiverpoolMMA will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 130 fight card on Sunday (click here), starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” undercard bouts at 10:30 a.m. ET, followed by the FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” undercard bouts at 11 a.m. ET, before the main card start time at 1 p.m. ET, also on FOX Sports 1.
he Ultimate Fighting Championship touches down in Liverpool, England for the first time, and it will do so with a native son on the marquee. UFC Fight Night 130 goes down this Sunday from the Echo Arena, giving those of us across the pond a glorious midday Sunday card. No work Monday and an evening unfettered by six-plus hours of MMA? What could be better?
Well, a deeper card to start. Don’t get me wrong, the main attraction between hometown hero Darren Till and former two-time title challenger Stephen Thompson is fantastic. But beyond that there is almost nothing of note. Sure, prospects Makwan Amirkhani, Arnold Allen, and Tom Breese will fight for the first time in over a year, and Claudio Henrique da Silva returns after nearly four years on the shelf! You remember him, right? No?
It may be virtually the only attraction, but Darren Till’s homecoming is drawing comparisons to when Conor McGregor returned to Dublin, Ireland. My colleague Todd Martin laid out the stakes for Till. A win could be an iconic moment in front of a rabid crowd that rockets him toward stardom. A loss would be a massive disappointment that could derail his career for years to come. It is a rare thing to see this kind of drama play out for one man, especially outside a title fight.
It’s tough to know what a win does for “Wonderboy,” much less what the UFC wants out of him. Sherdog’s Anthony Walker provided a counterpoint to Martin’s article, explaining Thompson’s questionable ratio of reward to risk in this matchup. Prior to his lackluster two-part series with champion Tyron Woodley, Thompson was the favorite son, headlining two cards with masterful performances over Johny Hendricks and Rory MacDonald. It even seemed the UFC was using Thompson to put a damper on MacDonald’s public free agency bid. Now, the South Carolinian is something of a forgotten man. He bounced back with a dominant win over Jorge Masvidal, but the UFC and fans have no desire to see Thompson challenge Woodley again. He’ll have to wait and see how the upcoming interim title situation shakes out. In the meantime, he just has to keep winning.