Don't misinterpet my thread guys, Till can win this fight and I'm actually leaning towards him. That said, I took another random look at his record and I just cannot understand how he has this fight. 17-0-1 in his career, 5-0-1 in the UFC. 15 of his 17 wins were against absolute nobodies, majority of them being regional talent in Brazil, literally a bunch of nobodies and part-time fighters. His last two wins are over good names, but taking into account that Cerrone is way over the hill at this stage and that Cerrone used to be a Lightweight, does kind of take some of the sauce off that one. His win over Thompson was impressive as he fought a very smart and calculated fight. With all that said, I totally can see why someone would score that fight differently and even make the claim that Stephen may have won. Parking those two fights for a moment, he also seems like a guy who has struggled to finish better talent, with 4 of his last 5 fights being decisions, one of which was a draw and one of which some thought he lost. Darren Till may very well finish Tyron Woodley, or even outscore him over 25 minutes, but I personally don't think it's very fair that he's been fast tracked to this degree, AND he missed weight last time out. That wasn't one of those "oh I missed it by .25lbs" either - the dude missed by 6lbs and almost went blind during his cut. I won't deny that I hope Tyron knocks him out.