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UFC on ESPN+ 5 live results: Darren Till vs. Jorge Masvidal

Welcome to F4WOnline.com's live coverage of UFC on ESPN+ 5: Till vs. Masvidal, emanating from the O2 Arena in London, England.

The Octagon heads back to London for the 11th time with a welterweight main event promising to deliver fireworks and an overall deep card.

In the headline bout, it will be former welterweight title challenger Darren Till looking to bounce back from his first career loss as he takes on Jorge Masvidal, who looks to rebound from a two-fight losing skid. Till looks to get back in the win column following a loss to Tyron Woodley for the UFC Welterweight Championship in September, while Masvidal competes for the first time since November 2017.

In the co-main event, it will be another welterweight clash as Leon Edwards looks for his seventh straight win when he takes on submission specialist Gunnar Nelson. Also on the main card, former light heavyweight title challenger Volkan Oezdemir looks to get back in the win column and hand undefeated prospect Dominick Reyes his first loss.

Follow along with our live coverage of the event beginning at 1 p.m. Eastern time with preliminary action all the way through the main card.


> Mike Grundy (11-1, 0-0 UFC) vs. Nad Narimani (12-2, 2-0 UFC)

Early arriving crowd was signing Grundy's entrance music, "Wonderwall" by Oasis. 

Both guys keeping their distance early. Narimani controlling the pace. Grundy does sneak in a couple of hard shots when moving in but no combinations through the first half of the round. Grundy gets a takedown with 90 seconds left. Grundy with punches to the head as Narimani gets to to his feet but Grundy controlling his back standing. Narimani separates with 45 seconds left. Narimani stuffed on a takedown attempt. 10-9 Grundy

Narimani a little more aggressive to start round 2. Nice punch exchange and Grundy gets rocked 90 seconds in. Grundy gets off a nice punch though and opens a cut under Narimani's left eye that's bleeding pretty heavily. Narimani blocks a takedown attempt halfway through the round. Narimani blocks another takedown 3 minutes in. Great punch combo by Narimani rocks Grundy at 3:45. Grundy lands a nother punch combo and follows with a high kick. Grundy drops Narimani with a punch. He's up quickly but eating punches. Grundy chasing Narimani around and just pegging him with shots and the ref stpes in to stop it. 

Official result - Mike Grundy (12-1) by TKO (punches) at 5:42 of the 2nd round

This was the first win by form of KO for Grundy and his 9th win in a row. 2nd round was great and worth going out of your way to see. Grundy is a teammate of Till, who fights in the main event. 

> Molly McCann (7-2, 0-1 UFC) vs. Priscila Cachoeira (8-1, 0-1 UFC)
Women's Flyweights

McCann is the huge favorite for the local crowd, as a native of Liverpool. You may remember Cachoeira as the woman who was almost murdered at the hands of Valentina Shevchenko in a fight where she absorbed over 230 strikes and only landed 1. 

Cachoeira opens up very agressively and McCann fires back with punches as well. McCann stuffed on the first takedown attempt but does land some nice punches on the way out of it. Great punch exchange with both woman landing bombs at 1:!5. McCann blocked on another takedown. McCann trying to throw low kicks but Cachoeira catching them and landing punches. McCann is bleeding all over her face 2 minutes in. Cachoeira leading the pace. McCann gets a takedown and secures an arm triangle at 3:00. Cachoiera escapes the choke but McCann with an armbar. Cachoeira defending it well. McCann with a shoulder lock but Cocheira fights that off. McCann takes the back and then moves into side control. McCann into side control and landing punches and elbows as the round ends. 10-9 McCann

McCann lands a hard right to open the round. The shoulder lock that McCann had on briefly in the first greatly resembled the Nagata Lock but since she didn't roll her eyes back in the head like he did, it didn't work. Credit Big Dave on Twitter for that one. McCann landing more punches to the head and Cocheira bleeding from the nose now. McCann with an elbow/punch combo. Cocheira blocks a takedown attempt. Great punch combo from McCann at 2:30 but Cocheira still moving forward. Her nickname is The Zombie Princess and she's living up to it. Cocheira blocks another takedown attempt but eats a flurry of punches in the process. McCann stuffed on another takedown attempt. McCann landing 44% of her head strikes as opposed to 23% for Cocheira and the strike count is 55-33 for McCann. Great punch exchange with both ladies getting rocked with 30 seconds left. Cocheira with huge bruising under her left eye but she closes with a great punch combo that nearly stole the round. 10-9 McCann, 20-18

McCann gets a takedown to open the round but Cachoeira up quickly. McCann stuffed on a 2nd takedown. Cachoeira lands a nice punch combo and McCann may be tiring. McCann bleeding heavily from a huge cut around her left eye and it's almost swelled shut. Knee/punch combo by Cachoeira. The ref could stop the fight to look at the eye of McCann and if he does, the fight could easily be stopped but it's an inexperienced ref working an early fight here. McCann still firing punches but she is completely defenceless on her left side. Cachoeira chasing her around the Octagon and landing occasional punches. McCann switches stances because she's blind from the left side. Cachoeira not really taking advantage of it though. Ref does stop it with 45 seconds left to look at the eye. The doctor amazingly lets it continue. Cachoeira lands a jumping knee  on the restart but it was before the ref had officially called for the fight to restart and she gets a warning. Both ladies firing bombs on the restart with 30 seconds left. Loud MOLLY chants from the crowd. McCann flips her off at the end of the fight. 10-9 Cachoeira, 29-28 McCann

Official result - Molly McCann (8-2) by unanimous decision (29-28 x 3)

McCann became the first female fighter from England to pick up a UFC win. McCann admits in her post-fight promo that she can't see. She looks like she has a tennis ball under her eyelid. \

Media scores were 100% for McCann with 82% having the same 29-28 score as the judges. 

> Danny Henry (12-2, 2-0 UFC) vs. Dan Ige (10-2, 2-1 UFC)

Nice punch exchange 45 seconds in. Ige drops Henry with a punch combo. Henry up but Ige takes his back and drags him back down. Ige secures a rear naked choke and gets the quick tap. 

Official result - Dan Ige (11-2) by submission (rear naked choke) at 1:12

The crowd, which had been ridiculously loud all night, went completely silent at the end of the fight. Ige did get mild applause during Buffer's announcement. Ige put over Henry as a tough opponent and said he'll be back. He said the gameplan was a quick win and he sent thoughts and prayers to the people in New Zealand said he wouldn't ask for a bonus because there are more important things going on in the world. Very good, but unusual, promo. 

> Nicolae Negumereanu (9-0, 0-0 UFC) vs. Saparbek Safarov (8-2, 0-2 UFC)
Light Heavyweights

Safarov establishes Octagon control early. Great punch exchange 30 seconds in and Safarov goes to the cage clinch. Safarov warned for grabbing the fence as both guys land knees. Safarov landing shoulder strikes. Nicolae with a Kimura attempt and they go to the ground with Safarov on top. Safarov escapes the submission attempt and in Nicolae's guard. Nicolae uses a body lock to tie up Safarov. Safarov landing punches to the body and head. Safarov with a hard elbow to the head and breaks the body lock at 2:45. Nicolae with an ankle lock from the bottom. Safurov grabbing the cage again. Ref calling for time and the ref has to pull off Safurov and he docks a point. He's lucky he wasn't DQ'd. Nice punch exchange with 45 seconds left. Safarov stuffed on a takedown attempt. 9-9 round with the point deduction. 

Safarov leading the action to start round 2. Safarov rocks Nicolae with a punch combo at 1:15. Nicolae lands some hard shots at 1:30. Safarov gets a takedown. Safarov with elbows to the head. Nicolae with an ankle lock from the bottom. Safarov grabbing the fence again but the ref misses it. Safarov into Nicolae's guard. More punches to the head from Safarov. Safarov postures up and lands some hard punches from the feet before going back into the guard. Nicolae with heavy swelling around his right eye. Safarov into half guard with 45 seconds left. Safarov postures up again and lands hard elbows and epunches to the head. Safarov into mount at 4:45 and landing hard punches. Nicolae is bloody and barely hanging on. 10-9 Safarov, 19-18 overall

Nicolae rocked after the first punch of the round. Safarov gets a takedown 45 seconds in. Nicolae into half guard and landing elbows to the head at 1:45. Nicolae with punches to the body and legs while trying to set up a key lock. Nicolae looks exhausted. Safarov landing punches to the body and head. Safarov stands up and then goes back into half guard to improve position. Safarov with elbows to the head. Nicolae briefly looking for a Kimura but gives it up quickly. Significant strikes are 58-13 for Safarov and 12-0 in round 3. The first round was close and we could've been looking at a draw but this could be a 10-8 round for Safarov. Nicolae with another Kimura attempt as the round ends. 10-8 Safarov, 29-26 overall

Official result - Saparbek Safarov (9-2) by unanimous decision (29-26 x 2; 29-27)

> Marc Diakiese (12-3, 3-3 UFC) vs. Joseph Duffy (16-3, 4-2 UFC)

Daikiese throwing leg kicks early. Duffy lands a takedown 1:00 in but Diakiese up quickly. Duffy with reddening on his legs already as a result of the leg kicks. Duffy slips after a leg kick halfway through the round. Duffy landing kicks of his own but Diaikiese with more of them and landing harder. Punch/knee combo from Diakiese, following by another hard leg kick with 90 seconds left. Duffy misses badly on a takedown attempt. Diakiese knocks Duffy down with a hard elbow to the head but he gets right up. Diakiese starting to throw the kicks higher now and Duffy with reddenning on his arms. 10-9 Diakiese

Daikiese pushing the pace to start the round. Diakiese takes the back standing and drags him down but Duffy seemed perfectly willing to go so maybe was pulling guard. Duffy immediately secures a body lock with Diakiese in his guard. Diakiese tries to posture up but can't break the lock. Ref stands them up quickly. Seemed fast and Duffy couldn't have been happy about that. Duffy more aggressive now but having a hard time standing with the damage from the kicks. Punch combo from Diakiese at 2:45 and Duffy laughs it off, which usually means it hurt. Duffy takes it to the cage clinch at 3;00. Duffy cut around his right eye and bleeding. Diakiese separates at 3:30 and he looks like he's tiring a bit. Diakiese takes the back standing and drags Duffy down again wtih a minute left. Significant strikes are 33-13. Duffy up quickly but Diakiese still controlling him. 10-9 Diakiese, 20-18

Duffy leading the action to start the round but Diakiese still throwing his kicks. Crowd doing the OLE song as the third doesn't have as much action as the first two rounds. Duffy needs a finish but he's very tentative. His corner said "he's got nothing for you" in relation to Diakiese, Diakiese takes the back standing at 2:30. Duffy works him back to front position but Diakiese still controlling the cage clinch. Duffy pulls guard with 90 seconds left but Diakiese lands some punches from the top. Diakiese takes the back with a minute left. Duffy to his feet with 30 seconds left but Diakiese drags him down again. Diakiese takes the back again. Duffy to his feet but Diakiese again drags him down and moves into mount but the fight ends. 10-9 Diakiese, 30-27

Offiical result - Marc Diakiese (13-3) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 3)

Total strikes were 66-18 for Diakiese. Diakiese was in tears after the fight, snapping a two fight losing streak. He couldn't even speak and waved off Dan Hardy, who was trying to interview him. 

Media scores were 100% for Diakiese and all had the same 30-27 score. 

> Arnold Allen (13-1, 4-0 UFC) vs. Jordan Rinaldi (14-6, 2-2 UFC)

Allen leading the action to start. Rinaldi moves in for a takedown but gives it up quickly. Rinaldi with a body kick and Allen catches it and pushes him to the ground. Allen stays on his feet, landing leg kicks with Rinaldi lying on his back. Crowd starting to get restless. Rinaldi finally stands up at 2:15 and his legs are very red from the kicks. Allen doing a good job of staying out of range of Rinaldi. Distance strikes are 23-7 for Allen through 4 minutes. Allen lands a head kick and a punch combo right before the buzzer. 10-9 Allen

Allen pushing the pace again to start the round and again doing a good job staying away from Rinaldi's strikes and landing his own from distance. Punch combo from Allen at 2:30, landing a nice punch to the body. Rinaldi lands a nice punch combo, his first of the round at 3:15. Rinaldi misses badly on a takedown attempt. Allen with a punch combo at 4:15, again focusing on the body. Allen finishes the round with a punch combo that knocks Rinaldi down. 10-9 Allen, 20-18

Third round starts the same as the first two. Allen landing a few more punches early though as he's got more confidence now. Great punch combo from Allen at 2:30. Rinaldi stays on his feet though and tries a takedown but Allen escapes. Allen with a 58-35 advantage in strikes landed. Allen closes with a late flurry again and seals the round. 10-9 Allen, 30-27 overall

Offiical result - Arnold Allen (14-1) by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 29-28)

He apologized to the fans for his performance and then said his Dad was the "real fighter" and would be fighting later tonight in a pub. His dad is Pacer Allen. 

Media scores were 100% for Allen with all but one reporter having it scored 30-27, with the other a 29-28. Not sure where you find a 10-8 round in there as one judge did. 


> Jack Marshman (22-8, 2-3 UFC) vs. John Phillips (21-8 1 NC, 0-2 UFC)
Middleweights* (Marshman missed weight by 2 pounds)

Phillips controlling the action early but neither guy wanting to engage in the first minute. Phillips lands the first punches and then initiates a cage clinch. Marshman breaks at 1:45 without absorbing much damage. Marshman moves in for a takedown but absorbs some punches . Phillips knocks down Marshman with a punch at 1:45 but lets him right up. Marshman with a nice punch combo at 3:15. Great punch exchange with 30 seconds left. 10-9 Phillips

Phillips again pushing the pace to start round 2. Phillips landing occasional strikes from distance. Marshman not doing much of anything in the first half of the round but then drops Phillips with a punch and lets him right up. Phillips with a nice punch combo at 3:00. Marshman starting to target the body with his kicks and punches in the 2nd half of the round. Phillips missing on a lot of his punches. Total strikes are 24-17 for Phillips but Marshman has landed more in the 2nd. Phillips taunting Marshman at the end of the round, trying to get him to engage. 10-9 Marshman, 19-19

Phillips was clearly frustrated between rounds and Marshman's corner congratulated him and told him he won the round. Marshman again keeping out of the range of Phillips to start the third. Phillips with a punch combo at 2:15 but a lot of the punches missed. Marshman lands some jabs from distance at 3:15. Crowd starting to get restless. Nice punch exchange with 30 seconds left. Tough round to score as Marshman was fighting not to lose. Phillips was trying to engage but didn't have a willing partner. 10-9 Phillips, 29-28 overall

Official result - Jack Marshman (23-8) by split decision (29-28 x 2; 28-29)

Media scores were 73% for Phillips but all scores were 29-28 and clearly the 3rd round was the decider and not much happened so it was really a judgement calll in how you wanted to score it in either giving it to Phillips for trying to win or Marshman being successful in avoiding getting hit for the most part. 

> Danny Roberts (16-3, 5-2 UFC) vs. Claudio Silva (12-1, 3-0 UFC)

Silva pushing the pace early. Silva gets a takedown at 1:30. Roberts trying to tie him up from his back. Silva moves into half guard and looking to set up a an arm triangle. Silva into side control at 2:45. Silva goes back to the choke briefly but gives it up. Roberts actually works him back to half guard at 3:45, which is not easy with Silva. Silva into mount at 4:00, though, and lands punches to the head. Silva back to the arm triangle again at 4:30. Silva escapes and actually moves into top position and landing punches in the 15 seconds. 10-9 Silva

Roberts rocks Silva with a punch early and Silva gets a takedown. Silva into half guard. Silva working for an armbar. Roberts fights him off but Silva moves into mount at 1:15. Roberts reversed position but he had put his toes in the cage and the ref gave Silva the position back. Roberts gives up his back at 2:15. Silva back to the arm triangle. Roberts escapes again and into top position at 2:30. Silva escapes and to his feet at 3:00. Roberts landing punches from distance and then defends a takedown. Roberts rocks him with a punch combo but Silva gets a takedown at 3:45. Roberts holding the arm but gives up his back at 4:00. Silva gets back mount at 4:15. Silva landing punches to the head at 4:45. Roberts reverses into top position again and gets to his feet. 10-9 Silva, 20-18 but that was a very weird round and I could see a judge giving it to Roberts but I wouldn't agree. 

Roberts rocks Silva with punches early and he's down. Roberts into his guard and just destroying him with punches to the head. Silva trying to scramble but Roberts landing elbows to the head. Silva's head is a bloody mess. Roberts with punches to the body as well as Silva is fighting for submissions. Silva with a heel hook attempt. Roberts escapes and back into the guard of Silva. More elbows to the head from Roberts. Silva with an armbar from his back. Roberts dropping elbows and then picks up Silva and slams him on his head. Silva holds on to the armbar on the way down and Roberts verbally tapped although it must have been involuntary or something because he reacted like he didn't know why it was being stopped and then was asking what happened as soon as it was stopped. 

Official result - Claudio Silva (13-1) by submission (armbar) at 3:37 of the 3rd round

Roberts admitted to screaming but insists he wasn't giving up and says he never would've given up. Silva went on and on and on and on and on in his post-fight promo and I was begging for an orchestra to play him off or something. He basically asked for respect and claimed he was British. 

> Nathaniel Wood (15-3, 2-0 UFC) vs. Jose Quinonez (7-2, 4-1 UFC)

Wood got a nice reaction comng out and started the fight strong, rocking Quinones with a punch 30 seconds in. He attempted a takedown but was stuffed. Quionones with an attempt of his own and ends up in control of a cage clinch. He got Wood down at 1:15 and landed right in side control. Wooed works him to half guard and then reverese position and gets to his feet at 1:45. Wood landing jabs from distance and knocks down Quinonez at 3:00. Wood with a choke attempt. but Quinones fights it off. Wood moves to a D'Arce choke but gives it up at 3:45 and Quinones to his feet. Both guys landing hard leg kicks in the last minute. Wood landing hard jabs that are really affecting Quinones and gets a takedown at the end of the round. 10-9 Wood

Quinonez takes it to the cage in the first minutes, controlling a linch. Wood escapes after landing an elbow to the head. Head strikes are 26-4 for Wood. Quinonez with a takedown attempts and ends up controlling a cage clinch again at 2:15. Wood gets a takedown off of it and takes the back at 2:30. Wood with a full body lock and a rear naked choke and gets the tap. 

Official result - Nathaniel Wood (16-3) by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:46 of the 2nd round

They aired a video package announcing the first inductee for the UFC Hall of Fame Class of 2019 and it's Michael Bisping. Perfect location to announce this, obviously and a well-deserved entrant. Bisping was in attendance and announced by Bruce Buffer and obviously got a huge ovation. 

> Volkan Oezdemir (#6, 15-3, 3-2 UFC) vs. Dominick Reyes (#8, 10-0, 4-0 UFC)
Light Heavyweights

Oezdemir pushing the action early. Reyes lands the first strike and the crowd reacts to just one shot. Oezdemir falls after throwing a kick but Reyes lets him up. Oezdemir hit with an accidental low blow but wasn't too affected and they started fighting again quickly. Reyes slips while throwing a kick and Oezdemir goes to the ground with him. Reyes right up but Oezdemir controlling the clinch. Quick separation by Reyes. Oezdemir with a takedown at 3:00 but Reyes up quickly again. Oezdemir with a nice punch combo at 4:15. 10-9 Oezdemir

Oezdemir falls again while throwing a kick but gets right up. Oezdemir again pushing the pace. Reyes stuffed on a takedown attempt 2:00 in. Knee/punch combo from Oezdemir at 3:00. He's bleeding from the nose. Total strikes in the the fight through 13 minutes are 14-7 for Oezdemir. Oezdemir with a standing guillotine attempt but gives it up quickly. Reyes defends a takedown at the end of the round. 10-9 Oezdemir, 20-18

Reyes defends an early takedown attempt. Reyes with a punch combo that mostly hits the arms of Oezdemir. Oezdemir with a takedown attempt at 2:30 and ends up in control of the clinch. Boos coming from the crowd, or at least those crowd members who haven't fallen asleep from this fight. Reyes breaks the clinch and starting to advance now as he clearly must know he needs a finish. Reyes targeting the body and head with punches and Oezdemir is backing up for the first time in the fight. Punch exchange at 4:30. Head strikes now 27-18 for Oezdemir. 10-9 Oezdemir, 30-27

Official result - Dominick Reyes (11-0) by split decision (29-28 x 2; 28-29)

I have no idea how you could give any round except the third for Reyes. Reyes said he deserved the win, claiming he landed more and harder, neither of which is true. He said he's coming for Jones. He played himself out of title contention with this "win". Crowd booed his promo, despite him claiming they were f***ing great during the fight. 

Media scores were 58% for Oezdemir with 26% having the same 30-27 as me and 29-28 for the other 32%. Everyone else had it 29-28 Reyes. Perhaps the 2nd round was closer than I thought on first viewing but it seemed like a really bad decision. 

> Leon Edwards (#10, 16-3, 8-2 UFC) vs. Gunnar Nelson (#13, 17-3-1, 8-3 UFC)

Nelson takes it to the cage clinch 45 seconds in. Nelson with a takedown and the crowd explodes as both guys have their fans here. Edwards briefly up but Nelson gets him right down. Edwards to his feet at 2:00 without absorbing any damage but Nelson still controlling him standing. Edwards gets control at 2:15 and takes Nelson down. Nelson gives up his back at 2:30. Edwards landing punches to the head. Edwards briefly tries a rear naked choke but Nelson defends. Edwards with a half nelson and using the other hand to land punches to the head. Nelson to his feet at 4:15. Edwards briefly got him down again but Nelson up and separated at 4:45. 10-9 Edwards

Significant strikes are 18-3 for Edwards. Both guys keeping their distance early in round 2. Neither guy lands much through the first three minutes. Nelson takes it to the cage clinch at 3:15. They trade knees to the body and then separate. Crowd it turning on this fight. Edwards with a nice punch/elbow combo at 4:30. Edwards knocks down Nelson with a punch and all over him with punches on the ground. Edwards settles into his guard as the round ends. 10-9 Edwards, 20-18

Nelson to the cage clinch early. Edwards breaks away without any damage. Edwards in control of a cage clinch at 2:30. Edwards takes the back standing and briefly gets Nelson down. Nelson works him around to front position and they separate. Total strikes are 55-17 for Edwards. Nelson gets a takedown with a minute left and he moves right into mount. Nelson landing slaps to the head at 4:15. Nelson with punches to the head but not even trying to set up the submission that he'll need to win. 10-9 Nelson, 29-28 Edwards

Official result - Leon Edwards (17-3) by split decision (28-29, 29-27, 29-28)

Again...no idea how a judge could see that fight for Nelson and after the previous fight, people clearly were worried as the scores were being read that this might go the wrong way. Edwards said he wants the winner of tonight's main event and has no idea why Ben Askren is here. He said he's won 7 in a row in the toughest division in the sport and the main event should've been his fight tonight. 

Media scores were 100% for Edwards. 9.5% had it 30-27, 9.5% had it 29-27 and the rest had it 29-28, 

> Darren Till (#3, 17-1-1, 5-1-1 UFC) vs. Jorge Masvidal (#11, 32-13, 9-6 UFC)

The London crowd singing "Sweet Caroline" during Darren Till's walkout is fast becoming one of the signature walk-outs in UFC. Crowd chanting along with Buffer during the intros. 

Masvidal rushed Till as soon as the fight started and nailed him with a low blow. Crowd didn't really care for that. Till knocks him down with the first punch of the fight. Masvidal trying to tie him up and gets to his feet. Masvidal lands a punch combo. Crowd singing the OLE song. Can barely hear the commentators, they are so loud. Till takes him down at 1:15. May have been Masvidal pulling guard actually. Till stands up and backs off, forcing Masvidal up. Masvidal misses a takedown attempt but lands a couple punches on the way out. Till with a nice punch combo that backs up Masvidal. Masvidal with a punch/kick combo at 3:30. Loud TILL TILL TILL chants. Masvidal lands a nice combo that hurts Till. Till takes it to the cage clinch at 4:30. Till backs off and lands punches to the body and head. 10-9 Till

Till controlling the pace early but Masvidal landing strikes while backing to keep Till at bay. Masvidal gets poked in the eye, maybe as retaliation for the low blow. Masvidal gets a takedown on the restarts. Till right up but Masvidal controlling his body against the cage. Till breaks free at 1:15. Punch combo from Masvidal at 1:45. Masvidal with a punch combo as Till moves in at 2:30. Masvidal lands a punch combo that knocks Till out cold. 

Official result - Jorge Masvidal (33-13) by KO (punches) at 3:05 of the 2nd round

Till was out cold and flat on his back for several minutes but did get up on his own. He couldn't stand for the winner's announcement though. Masvidal said that whether people booed or cheered, they all showed him respect and he can't wait to come back. He put over Till as a tough opponent and said he's got a long future ahead of him. He encouraged the fans to pick him up when he's down and not to diss him. He asked for a title shot because he's 34 and doesn't have a lot of time left in the sport. 

My recap of the promo didn't do it justice as this was honestly one of the best post-fight promos I've ever seen for a variety of reasons.