Till hasn’t fought since failing in his bid to dethrone welterweight champion Tyron Woodley at UFC 228 and become the promotion’s second British champion.
Ever since that night at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas, UK MMA fans have been wondering when the 26-year-old will next be in action.
The UFC’s annual event in London, which this year takes place on March 16, has long been viewed as the most logical card for ‘The Gorilla’ to resume his pursuit of the welterweight title.
And the fighting pride of Liverpool has suggested he will indeed be fighting on the card, which takes place at The O2 Arena.
On Saturday afternoon, Till posted a series of pictures of himself in the Octagon to his Instagram page.
Each post had an individual word as the caption, which, when put together, read: “Did you say UFC London [?]”
The Liverpudlian’s series of posts could mean he’s set to headline the UFC’s 11th London card, which currently doesn’t have a main event.
Express Sport have reached out to multiple sources but have not yet received comment on the who will headline the show.
After taking a prolonged break following the birth of his second child, Till is hoping to have a busy 2019.
“I can’t wait to fight again and really lay it on someone,” he told MTK Global before the turn of the year.
“Sometimes I’m in fights and I’m clever and stylish and win in a stylish way.
“But that’s not going to be me next year. I want to fight five times. I want to train hard. Win all my fights and become the best. I want to be the best, I really do.”
He may have come up short in his maiden title fight, but Till is confident he has plenty of time to bring the welterweight crown back to Liverpool.
“I’ve moved fast and I’m still not in my prime,” the Scouser said. “I’ve got a few years to go until I’m in my prime. In MMA, you hit that around 29 or 30 and I’m 26 now.”
He added: “As much as it was a bad end for me with the title lost, it was good in that it showed me a few things I need to change… just a few little tweaks and a few little mentalities.
“I’m sure as hell going to do that in my next time.”