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Paddy Pimblett wasn't happy with stewards on a 'power trip' after being kicked out of Liverpool's game with Watford on Saturday.
Liverpool battered Watford from first whistle to last, to temporarily go top of the Premier League, thanks in part to Roberto Firmino's hat-trick.
Whilst most Liverpool fans would have been very happy with the result, and the performance, one of their newly famous supporters wasn't so thrilled by the match.
New UFC star Paddy 'The Baddy,' was at Vicarage Road as an away supporter but was kicked out of the ground for, according to him, merely celebrating a goal.
The 26-year-old captured his removal on Instagram and posted it, along with the caption, "Vicarage Road stewards on a power trip kicking us out for celebrating WOW!
"Cannot believe the audacity of these stewards singling us out when multiple ppl celebrated around us an escorted us out the stadium @watfordfcofficial do something about ur stewards."
The misery didn't end there for the former Cage Warriors featherweight champion either, as he took to his Insta story to complain about being kicked out of a second location.
After leaving Vicarage Road, Pimblett and his friend went to find refuge in a nearby pub but is strong accent saw him asked to leave, because the pub in question was a 'home' establishment.
Complaining about his second removal in quick succession, Paddy said, "Been kicked out of the match for celebrating and now we’ve been kicked out of the boozer by stewards because it is a home boozer.
"Watford, Ben Foster, I love you mate. But I hope Watford go down, youse are horrible, horrible."
Pimblett made his UFC debut last month, on the undercard of Darren Till's loss to Derek Brunson, and made an instant impact with his first round KO of Italian Luigi Vendramini.
The Liverpudlian looked in trouble early on in the round before ending the fight with some huge strikes and fans were loving his post fight interview with Michael Bisping.
Pimblett has also been in the news before for calling Khabib Nurmagomedov the 'Karen of MMA.'
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