UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett taps out ten Marines in a row at Camp Pendleton

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A British mixed martial artist has been keeping busy during his training period, including tapping out ten US Marines in a row.

Liverpool native Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett is known for being fast in the UFC ring, ending all of his fights in two rounds or less.

The scouser began his career as a humble cage fighter and has been working his way to the top.

Pimblett has been training on the US west coast and even spent some time at Camp Pendleton, where he tangled with Marines in a friendly exhibition scrap.

After an intense Marine workout he was not expecting, one by one, Pimblett took down ten US Marines without catching much of a break.

Once all was said and done, he commended the Marines for wearing him out.

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“I have the balance of a ballerina lad and weigh like a fg sumo wrestler,” he told them. “You know what I mean, I’m a weirdo lad, proper weirdo. Fg hell lad yous have made me do a big crazy circuit then I’ve fg rolled every one of yous. What the fk boys? Meant to be doing a three mile run today, it’s not happening now. Lad this has been one of my hardest workouts this week, you gang of big b***s.”

Pimblett’s last fight was in UFC 208, in July, where he defeated Jordan Leavitt by submission with a rear-naked choke in the second round.

He has a professional record of 19 wins and 3 losses.

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