Paddy ‘The Baddy’ Pimblett quickly rose to fame after his eventful debut at UFC Vegas 36. Pimblett has been hailed as one of the UK’s best MMA fighters. Of course he left no doubt after his blasting UFC debut.
Before his debut, he appeared ultra-confident in his abilities after working on all facets of MMA. He went on to predict a first round victory in his first Octagon outing.
Pimblett kept his promise after scoring a win in the first round. Though he got clipped by a left hook from Vendramini early in the round Pimblett turned the match around and earned a devastating KO.
Paddy Pimblett claims fans will see a “different version” of him at UFC London
As the UFC returns to London after first time in three years, “The Baddy” claims to put on a fabulous performance next weekend in London. He will take on the experienced Mexican fighter, Rodrigo Vargas inside the O2 Arena.
A week left now from his second fight at UFC London, the scouser claims that the work he has put in since his last outing has helped him evolving his game.
“The Baddy” indicated that the man we’re going to witness next week will be a much-improved version of what we saw last time out, saying:
“Yous are gonna see an even different version of me. People think they know me, people think they know me from the last fight, lad, I’m a complete new animal again. People forget I’m only 27… I’m still getting better every fight camp, especially when I take six months out.”
He offered some insights from his training camp, and how this camp has helped him grow.
“I know I’m going to absolutely school this kid on March 19th… I can’t wait to get back in the cage, it’s been too long. September 4th [to] March 19th. It’s a bit of a lay off. But the amount that I’ve come on in them six months, the training I’ve done. I’ve added Taekwondo into my game now.”, Paddy added.
Paddy “The Baddy” then hinted another first round finish saying, “It will not get out the first round!”
Paddy might be following the likes of Michael Bisping and Conor McGregor, going about predicting his fights but he has backed up before in his debut fight and promises to do it again at UFC London.
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