Have you ever wanted to own a pair of UFC fight-worn shorts? Well, you missed out on the opportunity to buy a near-five thousand dollar pair.
On Monday, Twitter user Jed I. Goodman pointed out that someone bought Valentina Shevchenko‘s fight-worn shorts from UFC 275 for $4999.99.
Out of stock
Valentina's signed event worn shorts. $4999.99 – Out of Stock pic.twitter.com/GK6U8wwB8L
— Jed I. Goodman © (@jedigoodman) June 13, 2022
Rightfully so, the person who bought them got torched on Twitter, with the best response being, “The judge that scored it 49-46 bought them.”
The judge that scored it 49-46 bought them.
— Late Stoppage MMA (@LateStoppageMMA) June 13, 2022
Another Twitter user thinks the person should be in jail for spending that kind of money.
Find this mf and jail them cuz oh my god lmao https://t.co/kg2J1uaekN
— ♥️Willion Dollar Bill♥️ (@Willbutreal) June 14, 2022
Now, don’t get it twisted. There is nothing wrong with buying sports memorabilia; however, buying shorts from a fighter that controversially won the fight is just a little strange. Actually, it is bizarre.
Shevchenko is coming off a controversial split decision victory over Taila Santos at UFC 275 last weekend. While there are analysts and fans that question if ‘Bullet’ won the fight, she believes she won the fight no questions asked.
The flyweight champion has now defended her belt seven times, passing Ronda Rousey.