UFC star Paddy Pimblett warns Logan Paul he will ‘never walk again’ if the WWE United States Champion ever went head-to-head with the British fighter inside the cage
- UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett has issued a strong warning to WWE star Logan Paul
- Pimblett recently secured the biggest win of his professional career at UFC296
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UFC star Paddy Pimblett has made a sensational claim that Logan Paul would never be able to walk again if they ever met inside the cage.
The British sensation scored his biggest career win in a unanimous decision over Tony Ferguson at UFC 296.
Pimblett showed his grappling prowess through 15 minutes to score 30-27 in all three judges’ score cards.
As for Paul, the American recently secured his first WWE title after beating wrestling legend Rey Mysterio at Crown Jewel to claim the United States Championship.
Paul, 28, has called out the English MMA fighter before. Speaking on his podcast, the American said: ‘You know who I want to fight actually?
Paddy Pimblett claims Logan Paul would never ‘walk again’ if they went head-to-head in the cage
Paul, who recently won his first WWE title, has called for a fight with the English MMA star
‘Because that b**** a** Andrew Tate won’t fight me, give me Pimblett, give me Paddy ‘The Baddy.”
Pimblett issued a strong warning for the WWE star and claims that he will ‘snap his knee ligament in 12 places.’
Appearing on the Happy Hour Podcast, the Englishman said: ‘I’ll snap his ankle for him, I’ll snap his knee ligament in 12 places so he’ll never walk again, the big juicehead.
‘He’s a proper tool, he needs to stick to wrestling, he needs to stick to like fake fighting.
‘Him and Dillon Danis was probably staged as well, Dillon Danis threw more punches at the security guard than he did in six rounds at Logan Paul.’
Pimblett was of course referring to Paul’s recent boxing showdown against MMA fighter Dillon Danis – which Logan won via disqualification after Danis tried to tackle him to the floor.
Before UFC 296, the 28-year-old won six straight including his first four bouts in the UFC. Pimblett finished five of those fights, scoring two knockouts and three submissions.
The English fighter now holds a 21-3 MMA record with six knockouts. However, fans continue to question his last decision win over Jared Gordon.
British UFC star Paddy Pimblett scored a unanimous decision over Tony Ferguson at UFC 296
Pimblett controlled Ferguson on the ground for most of the fight to secure three 30-27cards
The criticism appeared to fuel Pimblett to perform well against Ferguson.
‘I feel better,’ Pimblett said. ‘I’m still a little bit disappointed that I did not get the finish but I’m glad with myself.’
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