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UFC legend Michael Bisping has sent Kurt Zouma a graphic warning after the West Ham United defender was filmed physically abusing one of his cats.
The 27-year-old has been fined £250,000 and had his two pets taken away from him by the RSPCA after the video emerged earlier this week.
Zouma can be seen kicking a cat along his kitchen floor before slapping it and throwing a pair of shoes at it.
Bisping addressed the video on his podcast and said: "F**k that guy. F**k him. And I hope he gets his comeuppance."
He then laid out exactly what would happen if he came face to face with Zouma in the future.
Bisping continued: "F**k Zouma, simple as that. And If I see him I'll kick him in the face. Stay out of my way Zouma."
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jan Blachowicz also called out Zouma for being a 'piece of s**t' on Twitter.
The France international has been dropped by sportswear giant Adidas in recent days and Vitality have ended their relationship with West Ham.
Zouma's brother, Yoan, filmed the incident and he's been suspended by club Dagenham & Redbridge.
Many called for Kurt to be suspended by West Ham given the disturbing nature of the video.
The Hammers haven't done that however and he started Tuesday's 1-0 victory over Watford.
Manager David Moyes has since confirmed Zouma is available to play against Leicester City on Sunday.
"It's different views on should be available or not," he told West Ham's official website. "We as a club took the decision that we make him available, and I stand by that.
"I don't think a club could have taken more action, any quicker. We've fined him maximum wages.
"He's getting some help. We're trying to do as much as we can as a club to help him.
"I think the RSPCA are going to provide us with some courses to help him and make sure that Kurt's getting better and understanding it. We're going to do everything as a club that we possibly can to resolve it.
🗣 "Like drink-driving offences, most people have to go to classes and the RSPCA are going to provide him with classes"— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) February 11, 2022
West Ham boss David Moyes on the Kurt Zouma cat controversy... pic.twitter.com/LfWTWBHkQP
"I've had over 1,000 games and I've never treated any player differently. If it's regarding disciplinary reasons, everyone's treated the exact same."
Zouma joined West Ham from Chelsea in the summer and he's featured 13 times in the Premier League, scoring once.
The Hammers are still in the hunt for a Champions League place and sit fourth, a point ahead of Arsenal.
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