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Darren Till has made his first public comments since his second round knockout loss to Jorge Masvidal.

The UFC welterweight met Masvidal in the main event of UFC London and despite a strong start ended up being hit by a picture perfect left hand that left him out cold on the canvas. Today, the young Liverpudlian took to his social media to address the contest and how he plans on proceeding with his fight career.

“Last Saturday was a tough night against a strong opponent, @gamebredfighter,” Till wrote. “Fight game is a tough one. Few things need refocusing now, feel like I lost me self the past year & haven’t been fully focused to my craft! I’ve had a week in this amazing place Canada to revitalise with my thoughts! I’ll be back a different animal, @teamkaobon is still the best coach & person in this world & we will dominate for years to come. Can not wait to be back at the gym Monday evolving and focusing like never before. I owe it to myself! Peace motherfuckers.”

The loss to Masvidal marked Till’s second career loss — as well as his second in a row. His record currently stands at 17-2-1.