Kelvin Gastelum Promises to Make ‘Real Changes’ Following UFC 244 Loss to Darren Till

By Nathan Zur Nov 4, 2019

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Kelvin Gastelum said he’s looking at making some big changes to his game after a frustrating split decision loss to Darren Till on Saturday night at UFC 244.

Gastelum came into the fight off his ‘fight-of-the-year’ contender against current middleweight champion Israel Adesanya back in April and was confident of beating Till to put him closer to a title shot.

However, it wasn’t to be as “The Gorilla,” who was making his debut at 185-pounds, outpointed him over the three-rounds to secure the win.

Gastelum reached out to his fans on social media and thanked them for their support before making a point that he would be looking to make some real changes (via

“What’s up guys? Just saying hello to everybody. Thank you for your kind messages. This is disappointing to say the least, but I’m very positive when I come back next year and I’m making some real changes, changes that will hopefully impact my performances from now on, because this was, yeah. Thank you all for your support. I love all you guys. I leave my heart and soul out there for you guys. Thank you,” Gastelum said in the video.

In the written part in his Instagram post:

“Sorry to everyone let down by my performance. Tonight I just couldn’t put it together! Love all of you anyway and I promise you that I will be back better. Only way to go is up! God bless you all #OnAmission4Gold #AllGlory2God” Advertisement


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