This past Saturday, in front of his home audience, Paddy Pimblett won yet another race in the Grand National.
Jordan Leavitt was stopped in the second round by Pimblett (19-3 MMA, 3-0 UFC) at UFC Fight Night 208 in London (10-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC). When Pimblett opened up about a friend’s suicide and urged guys to get treatment for mental problems, he gained new admirers.
After the fight, Pimblett said that his three victories in the UFC in England aren’t meaningful enough. He wants to compete in UFC pay-per-view events in Las Vegas.
Is “Paddy the Baddy’s” flamboyant character a better fit for the UFC than Conor McGregor’s? Brian “Goze” Garcia, Mike Bohn, Nolan King, and “Gorgeous” George Garcia, the show’s host, were all on the line as we asked questions of them.