“Who do I want to fight? Mark Zuckerberg. I’ll punch you in the head! I’m sick of you boy. You’re sick of shutting down my Instagram accounts, “Pimble said in her post-war interview.” All I do is help charities and help people with mental health problems. You’re the biggest bully in the world! “
UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett says he wants to fight Mark Zuckerberg for censorship and the biggest riot in the world.
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According to Pimblet, the account was banned after insulting commentators. Pimplelet made a post in support of a local fan whose father had just died, which attracted the humiliation of a handful of trolls. After failing to take action against Instagram commenters, Pimplet cursed them and banned them.
“The boy has never been to a football match before and his father has died so I wanted to do something good for him. So, people started making disgusting things about him, “said Pimple. I reported the comment and I received it twenty minutes later with a notification, ‘This comment does not go against our community guidelines so we will not remove it’. Then I told him a piece. I said, ‘You are dirty. You are a piece of my shoe bug’ and the next day my account became inactive.
Paddy “The Bady” pamphlet has improved to 18-3 after a great first-round win against Cazula Vargas. Pimplelet has already built a huge fan base in the UK before logically signing up with UFC’s fastest growing star and promotions. Although this was Pemblett’s second fight with the UFC, his three-round fight with Vargas seemed like the main event to most fans.
Saturday’s card marks the UFC’s first trip to London since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic in March 2020. An event was scheduled for last summer and sold out quickly, but the card was canceled after the British government re-introduced the lockdown system in response to Delta. Alternative