- Paddy Pimblett’s Twitter got suspended ahead of UFC London
- “The Baddy” had already been banned from Twitter last year
The other UFC London bout fans have been buzzing about aside from Curtis Blaydes vs. Tom Aspinall is the lightweight showdown between crowd-favorite Paddy Pimblett and his fellow rising star Jordan Leavitt.
However, the excitement seemed to have gone a little bit out of hand as “The Baddy” saw his Twitter account getting suspended once again (h/t MMA Mania).
Paddy Pimblett lost his verification and got suspended within minutes of each other.
— MMA mania (@mmamania) July 22, 2022
Twice in less than one year
On Friday, Twitter banned Pimblett from using his verified account. This has been the second time the Liverpool native’s account in the famous social media platform got suspended. The first time happened in November last year because of apparently “participating in targeted abuse.”
Some reports suggest that Pimblett’s suspension could be somehow related to that of last year while others speculate that the UFC star got banned due to the frequent use of the word “c*nt.”
A fight to win
Whatever happens to Pimblett’s Twitter account, one thing certain is that he has a fight to win hours from now. “The Baddy” will be looking to secure his third win under the UFC banner and hopefully beark into the 155-pound division’s top 15.
Ahead of the highly-touted fight, Pimblett already made a bold prediction and vowed to finish Leavitt in the very first round.
The outcome of this fight will help fans decide if “The Baddy” is really the next big thing or just all hype. We’ll see about that in a few.