Twitter troll's honest response after getting called out by UFC star will never get old
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Former UFC star Paul Felder hilariously shutting down a Twitter troll will never, ever get old.
Felder called for a showdown against either Dustin Poirier or Dan Hooker following their brutal war back at UFC Vegas 4 back in June 2020.
But a Twitter user questioned his call-out, suggesting he should stay retired. He tweeted: "Stay retired Paul you're a better commentator than fighter."
Well, Felder swiftly responded as he hit back: "Does it make you feel good saying that? Now would you say that to my face man to man?"
The fan who quizzed the fighter's choice of opponent amusingly replied: "Nope you'd kick my ass that's why I said it on twitter."
To which Felder replied: "Fair enough."
One Twitter user wrote: "You know what, at least he admitted it. That’s nice."
A second tweeted: "This is the kind of honest truth we need nowadays."
A third added: "This is the most honest response I've ever seen."
A fourth said: "Still legendary."
Unfortunately for 'The Irish Dragon', he didn't get his wish as the the promotion opted against matching him versus Poirier or Hooker.
He ended up fighting Rafael dos Anjos, who scored a split-decision victory.
Felder subsequently announced his retirement from MMA competition as he hung up his gloves.
The 39-year-old called time on his MMA career, having fought the likes of Edson Barboza, Charles Oliveira and Mike Perry.
But he's still a part of the UFC as he now calls the fights as a colour commentator.
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