Fans Sent Miranda Maverick ‘So Many Death Threats’ And Urged Her To ‘Commit Suicide’ After UFC 289 Loss

Miranda Maverick has become a victim of some toxic MMA fans on the internet.

Miranda Maverick
Miranda Maverick - Image credit @ fearthemaverick Instagram
  • Miranda Maverick discussed the abuse she had experienced from some online MMA fans
  • Ex-UFC fighter Kay Hansen showed “Fear The” some support

Some MMA fans are livid as they believe Miranda Maverick did not even try to put in enough effort to win in her latest UFC fight. Shortly after her a unanimous decision loss to Jasmine Jasudavicius at UFC 289, Maverick said she received death threats and was even told to just end her life.

The Internet may have been Too Much

Revealing her unpleasant experience on social media, “Fear The” shared what the so-called “keyboard warriors” had done to her since her defeat.

“I’ve received so many death threats, messages telling me to commit suicide, kill myself, etc. in the past two days, it is insane,” Maverick wrote. “Just because we have a blue check by our names doesn’t mean we are invincible.”

“I ignore these clowns but to those who struggle with what social media thinks of you, remember most keyboard warriors don’t have much to show for their lives,” she continued. “Go after something with all the effort you have and regardless of the result know you put your all on the line. And to you pieces of (expletive) who say such hateful things, I hope you never experience the pain of having someone say [or] do the same to you. God bless you all.”

Kay defends Miranda

Fortunately for Maverick, she wasn’t alone in the battle against toxic online fans. UFC fighter-turned-Only Fans star Kay Hansen backed her up and ever offered some piece of advice.

“A handful of mma fans send death threats for anything. “Make them” lose their parlay-death threat. Win in a way they don’t “approve of”-death threat. Post a selfie-death threat. I’ve learned to not even read comments. Anything is possible behind a keyboard lol. You’d be surprised,” Hansen tweeted.

“And I said a handful not all fans haha lots of amazing and supportive ppl. Just easy for some to say ANYTHING behind a nameless faceless account,” Hansen added

Maverick has been in the UFC since 2020 and she has had her fair share of ups and downs. However, before losing to Jasudavicius, “Fear The” was on a two-fight winning streak.

Published on June 14, 2023 at 11:17 am
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