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Paddy Pimblett Has Just Signed With The UFC And His Highlights Are A Must-Watch

Max Sherry

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Paddy Pimblett Has Just Signed With The UFC And His Highlights Are A Must-Watch

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@paddythebaddy

The UFC has signed another Scouse mixed martial artist to join Darren Till on its stacked roster.

Paddy 'The Baddy' Pimblett has just penned a deal to sign with the sport's biggest and best promotion.

And as a former Cage Warriors featherweight champion, it's safe to say he comes with a wealth of experience under his belt and highlight reel resume to match.

Credit: Instagram/@paddythebaddy
Credit: Instagram/@paddythebaddy

"The fighters in the UFC best be ready for me," he told BT Sport.

"I'm not signing to mess about, I'm coming to be the champion, then I'm taking the UFC to Anfield.

Local Liverpool lad Pimblett clearly means business.

And in his short but decorated MMA career he has already achieved cult figure status among fans.

From his loveable larrikin personality outside of the octagon to his devastating ability inside of it, Pimblett certainly possesses everything in the locker that could easily turn him into a global star.

So don't let the bleach blonde locks fool you, this bloke is for real.

And if his highlights are anything to go by, then it might not be too long until we see him go face-to-face with Australia's very own Alexander Volkanovski for a shot at UFC featherweight gold.

Who knows?

Check out some his highlights in the video below!


Topics: Liverpool, Paddy Pimblett, UFC News, MMA News, UFC, Featherweight, Australia, MMA

Max Sherry
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