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Paddy Pimblett expresses disappointment with fan responses to Jared Gordon versus Bobby Green.


Pimblett’s win over Gordon is only one of the controversial wins the 28-year-old Brit has earned in his 23-fight career and he’s willing to admit it. UFC Vegas 72 promo.Full fights.Poatans Pastel.Unknowns. Paulo Costa eyes Khamzat Chimaev after ‘lying’ Jan Blachowicz nixed UFC 288 fightControversy. Ryan Garcia calls out ‘mole’ in camp for Gervonta Davis fight, suspected training partner respondsDuring a street altercation, Chase DeMoor challenged Nate Diaz to a 5-minute fight in the cage and insulted him by calling him “soft”. In November 2016, Pimblett’s first Cage Warriors featherweight title defense came against his now-fellow UFC roster member Julian Erosa. Thanks to his popularity and speedy rise to fame in the UFC, Pimblett has become an easy target for critique and his recent fight result didn’t help. Against Erosa, however, “The Baddy” knows that the five-round unanimous decision win very well could have and arguably should have gone the other way.

Chat.Paddy Pimblett is finding it difficult to understand the responses to the Bobby Green vs. Jared Gordon fight that took place at UFC Vegas 71 over the weekend.Unfortunately for Gordon, he suffered a unanimous decision loss in what a vast majority of the MMA community considers the robbery of the year, and just one of the worst decisions in recent memory. Gordon and Pimblett have since expressed their openness to a rematch, but Gordon first had to get through the aforementioned “King” Green. Ultimately, an unintentional illegal clash of heads spelled the end for Gordon, dropping him before Green pounded him out with punches, turning the fight into a no-contest as the action was waved off by referee Keith Peterson.Expectations. Conor McGregor predicts Nate Diaz ‘slaps the head off of’ Jake Paul, Paul respondsNew.Speed and power.

If you find something you’d like to see in the Morning Report, hit up @DrakeRiggs_ on Twitter and let him know about it. Also, follow MMAFighting on Instagram and like us on Facebook.“I didn’t really care, to be honest,” Pimblett told Severe MMA. “My reaction more was people’s reaction after pissed me off. It’s mad, lad. Bobby Green stands there with his hands down getting left hooked by Jared Gordon and it gets called a striking masterclass. I stand there getting left hooked and I’m s***. People have got their own prerogative.”

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“I’ve watched the fight back with Jared,” Pimblett said. “I think I won the first two rounds. The only round in my eyes they can give to someone 100 percent is the second for me. The third round, he doesn’t even do nothing. He just pushes me against the cage and the first round is close.”

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“I’ve been dealing with s*** like this for years, lad,” Pimblett said. “I’m used to this s***, lad. People can say what they want about me. It’s never gonna change me.


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Classic.Thanks for reading!Raoni Barcelos (17-4) vs. Miles Johns (13-2); UFC Vegas 75, June 17Gordon has been experiencing a string of unfortunate events recently. Despite his impressive unanimous decision win over Leonardo Santos in August, the seasoned lightweight fighter’s luck took a turn for the worse when he was matched up against the up-and-coming Pimblett for UFC 282 in December. To make matters worse, the card underwent some last-minute changes due to an injury in the main event, but Gordon and Pimblett still managed to secure co-main event billing.

Mateusz Rębecki (17-1) vs. Loik Radzhabov (17-4-1); UFC Jacksonville, June 24Achieved.I understand the criticism. I got emotional. It was a friend. But it was also a pretty awful clash of heads that almost resulted in a TKO.I respect green as a fighter. I do apologize for letting my emotions into play, but there is no need for threatsYou don’t have to like me

It remains uncertain if Pimblett and Gordon will ever have their rematch, especially as Gordon now is in pursuit of another rematch with Green. Pimblett entered his last bout with a foot injury that he recently got surgery on to fix, leaving his return to action entirely unknown at present. Despite the time that’s passed, he still feels pretty confident about rightfully getting his hand raised in his last time out.On To the Next One. MMA Fighting’s Mike Heck and Alex K. Lee discuss the matches to make after UFC Vegas 71.


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