UFC lightweight rising star Paddy Pimblett has earned limelight, not only for his feats in the Octagon, but also for his hustle and bustle outside of it as well and this time, Pimblett has locked against the United States Marines.
Paddy Pimblett trains with US Marines at Camp Pendleton
In a recent video uploaded on his YouTube channel, ‘The Baddy’ is seen training with US Marines as he joined the USMC Martial Arts Program at Camp Pendleton. The Liverpudlian showed his unbelievable prowess on the ground as he marked a series of submissions against not one, not two, but ten Marines in a row!
“As you can see, pretty tired here. We’re in Camp Pendleton military base in San Diego,” Pimblett said in the clip, “They’ve just put me through a hard little session. I’m dripping in sweat like I just jumped out the sea. Showed them some jiu-jitsu techniques. Then me versus marines; not at once, I would’ve got me head punched in. One at a time, winner stays on. Showing them a little bit of jiu-jitsu. Wasn’t easy. My legs are dead.”
“You’ve made me do a big crazy work circuit, then I’ve had to f*cking roll with every one of you. What the f*ck, boys. I was 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*stards,” the 27-year-old added. [H/T BJPenn.com]
Check out the clip below-
As for his prowess inside the cage, the former Cage Warriors Featherweight Champion is currently 3-0 in his UFC career and is coming off from a rear naked choke submission win over Jordan Leavitt at UFC London back in July. So far, all three of Pimblett‘s UFC wins have been worthy of the ‘Performance of the Night’ awards.
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