Paddy Pimblett Beat Up An Internet Troll In Latest YouTube Video

Paddy Pimblett Has Released a YouTube Video Sparring An Internet Troll.

Paddy Pimblett
Paddy Pimblett(Left)(Image via Instagram @TheUFCBaddy) and Pimblett sparring internet troll (Right)(Image via YouTube @PaddyTheBaddyUFC)

Paddy Pimblett has settled an online dispute with a sparring session. 

The MMA community features a small section of fans who thinks it’s ok to troll fighters on social media. Most fighters wish they could meet these people in person but rarely do. ‘The Baddy’ managed to get a social media troll to spar with him in Liverpool. He posted the video to YouTube with the description saying:

“In this Week’s Vlog, Paddy invites an Internet troll to spar in the gym. Meekz also drops in for a special appearance.”

In the video, Pimblett went easy on his internet foe and ended up showing respect to him. The social media troll eventually ran out of gas in the second round, leading to ‘The Baddy’ ending the sparring session with light ground and pound. The UFC lightweight even gave the guy some money for showing up. 

Watch Paddy Pimblett spar with a social media troll below:

What’s next for Paddy Pimblett?

Paddy Pimblett stayed active with three UFC fights in 2022. The 27-year-old started with a first-round submission against Rodrigo Vargas in March. Four months later, Pimblett secured another submission win with a rear-naked choke against Jordan Leavitt. 

Pimblett returned in December for his toughest test to date against Jared Gordon. Most MMA fans and analysts thought Gordon did enough to win, but ‘The Baddy’ won by unanimous decision. The Liverpool native now holds a 4-0 UFC record with three wins inside the distance. 

It’ll be intriguing to see who the UFC matches Pimblett with next. Gordon has called for an instant rematch, but the UFC might not be interested. Matt Frevola would be an intriguing opponent, or a veteran like Clay Guida could test ‘The Baddy.’ 

Pimblett made his pro-MMA debut in 2012, building a record of 20-3. He hasn’t lost since September 2018 against Soren Bak. The MMA community seems to have mixed emotions about the 27-year-old. Although he’s remained undefeated in the UFC, the Liverpool native hasn’t proved he can become a world champion. ‘The Baddy’ has a massive opportunity to continue building his fanbase to gain momentum for a world title run.


Published on December 30, 2022 at 11:50 pm
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