This Farming Tractor Also Linked To The Restraining Order That Mark Hughes Recently Filed Against UFC Hall Of Famer Matt Hughes
Former UFC welterweight champion and Hall of Famer Matt Hughes is suing his twin brother Mark Hughes for holding on to the tractor. The suit filed on March 5th at Montgomery County (Ill.) circuit court.
According to MMAJunkie, no damages have been filed in a suit, Matt Hughes wants a judge to decide who’s the real owner of John Deere 8410 tractor and other personal property that Mark still holds on too. This farming equipment linked to the restraining order filed against former UFC champion.
In the recent statement by Mark who details how Matt allegedly assault his 15-year old teenage son on the roadside claiming that vehicle is his personal property.
“[Matt] pulled his vehicle crossways in the road causing my son to have to bring the tractor quickly to a stop. Matt approached the tractor, and when my son got out of the tractor to ask his uncle what he needed, Matt physically assaulted my 15-year-old son by grabbing him and shaking him, all the while telling him that it’s his (expletive) tractor.”
Mark added that some nearby woman came to aid his son and Matt left the scene immediately.
Mark is also claiming that his brother Matt later tried to burn the tractor with gasoline.
“While I am not sure if my brother’s intent was to burn the tractor, merely running a diesel engine with gasoline in the tank will destroy the engine,” Mark wrote. “I called my wife Emily and asked her to keep my brother at our house until I got there.
“When I got home, I met my brother in my driveway. While he denied everything, he had two empty five-gallon buckets in the back of his truck. The buckets smelled of gasoline. One of the buckets had the lid missing, and I later found the lid laying next to the tractor.”
Matt Hughes allegedly assaulted his wife Audra several times from 2017-2018 and once threatened to shoot her last summer. In return, she filed a restraining order against a longtime wrestler. UFC legend has been ordered to stay 500-feet away from his wife after domestic violence allegation.
Two-time welterweight champion Matt Hughes ended his career with a professional score of 45-9 record with notable victories over the likes of Georges St-Pierre, BJ Penn, and Matt Serra.