Name: Paddy Pimblett
Nickname: The Baddy
WT class: Featherweight
HT/WT: 5′ 10″, 155 lbs
Birthdate: 1/3/1995 (27)
Team: Next Generation UK
Stance: OrthodoxReach: 73″
Who is Paddy The Baddy?
Paddy Pimblett, a British mixed martial artist with a BJJ focus, is well known for competing out of Next Generation UK. He is renowned for having competed in numerous Cage Warriors Fighting Championships. The legend is also introduced as a combatant who alienated sports enthusiasts.
The martial artist from England also has a social media following. On this network, he posts various combat and training images for his over 1.4 million followers. Molly McCann, a martial artist, is one of his close pals.
How did paddy lose 50 pounds?
Prior to his next attack with Jared Gordon at UFC 282 on 10 Dec at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the well-known lightweight shared his weight-management strategy on his YouTube channel.
It’s not rocket science, according to Pimblett. “It’s not difficult. Create a calorie deficit for yourself. Why do you suppose I become so obese? I must transition from eating 1,500–2,000 calories per day to 8,000 calories per day. That is why the weight accumulates and why it is so simple to lose.
In his recent vlog comment about his close friend martial artist Molly McCann’s defeat to Erin Blanchfield at UFC 281 seems to have given him more motivation to perform well versus Gordon.
Is the UFC 288 star a socialist?
Self-described socialist Paddy Pimblett openly despises the British Conservative Party. The Scouser stated that he “hates the establishment, the Royal family, and the Tories” in a piece by The Guardian.
As the people of Great Britain struggled with food shortages and rising gas and power bills, “The Baddy” criticized the current British prime minister Rishi Sunak in the pre-fight interview leading up to UFC Fight Night 208 for his enormous riches.
After defeating Rodrigo Vargas at UFC Fight Night 204, the Liverpudlian fighter also lambasted Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and called him out. When Paddy Pimblett’s Instagram account was suspended, it had over 700,000 followers.
The fighter, a die-hard Liverpool FC supporter, got into a violent disagreement with a Manchester City supporter. Paddy Pimblett is well-known for his thrilling fighting style, astonishing weight gain between fight camps, and impromptu comments that some people may interpret as hate speech.
When ‘The Baddy’ joined the UFC in 2021, he drew criticism for remarks he had made towards Georgians and fighter Guram Kutateladze. Paddy Pimblett apologized to the Georgian people after the outcry, emphasizing his misunderstanding of the conflict between Georgia and Russia.a