UFC – Paddy Pimblett wants to ‘be the biggest name in the box office’


MMA – Already very popular in England, Paddy Pimblett wants to become an international star.

Paddy Pimblett marked the spirits for his arrival at the UFC. Opposed to Luigi Vendramini for his debut in the organization, he ended his business by knockout from the first round. The fight had started badly for him, but he had the resources to survive and turn the tide.

Sportingly and in the media, Pimblett has all the qualities required to become a future UFC star and he knows it. In an exchange with ESPN’s Brett Okamoto, the Briton claimed he was only two wins away from becoming a star of the organization.

“I think I’m going to go 3-0 in the UFC and be the biggest name at the box office,” Pimblett said. “Other than Conor McGregor. Other than him, I’m going to be the biggest name at the box office. Because that’s the name. If I fought against him. It would be the most tickets sold of all time. Because people want to see him beaten and people want to see him win; people want to see me beat and people want to see me win. “

“I’m the bad guy… Everyone loves the bad guy,” he added.

The 26-year-old Pimblett came to the UFC with a 16-3 record and a Cage Warriors title. After his first victory in the organization, he is expected to return to UFC London. The event will take place in March. No opponent has been named for the moment, but Pimblett has just declared his interest in Jared Gordon (18-4).

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