Liverpudlian Till is aiming to get back in the winning column after suffering back-to-back losses
The contest marks a meeting between top-10 middleweights at the O2 Arena, with both fighters seeking to rebound from defeats.
Liverpudlian Till last fought in September, when he was submitted by Derek Brunson in the third round. As a result, Till’s record since moving up to middleweight fell to 1-2.
Meanwhile, Hermansson’s recent record has been patchy, with the Swedish-born Norwegian 2-3 in his last five bouts. Last time out, he was outpointed by Sean Strickland.
Till, 29, is a former welterweight title challenger and has spent recent months training with that division’s rising star, Khamzat Chimaev.
The UFC typically stages a card in the UK once a year – almost always in London. The success of March’s event, however, led UFC president Dana White to promise a swift return by the promotion.
It was announced this week that Wigan heavyweight Tom Aspinall will headline the London card in July, taking on Curtis Blaydes. Aspinall also fought in the March main event in London, submitting Alexander Volkov in the first round.
Before the March edition of UFC London, the company had not visited the UK since early 2019, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 2019 UFC London event was headlined by Till and Jorge Masvidal, who knocked out the Briton in the second round.