Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett Makes Short Work Of 10 United States Marines At Camp Pendleton

Paddy the baddy

Last year, some guy by the name Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett took the UFC world by storm, knocking out Luigi Vendramini last September in UFC Fight Night 191. 

Since, he’s become a household name for the 146-155 pound weight class, winning the other two fights he’s been apart of, with one of those wins coming in March when he nearly sent competitor Rodrigo Vargas to the afterlife with a brutal chokehold.

The guy has gained a massive following, not only for his fighting abilities, but also the fact that he looks like a friendly schoolboy from Liverpool, his endearing thick accent, he’s hilarious, and has also been very outspoken about men and mental health…  he’s not the average UFC fighter.

Don’t get it twisted, though, as this guy could whoop your ass in a heartbeat and not lose sleep about it.

And speaking of that, he recently posted a video to his YouTube channel, of him fighting 10 U.S. Marines.

Okay, okay, I know these guys aren’t trained fighters, but Marines go through some of the most intense training out of all the branches in the Military, and they have to be in peak physical form year in and year out.

Needless to say, Paddy “The Baddy” wasn’t going up against a bunch of scrubs.

He was there training with the Marines at Camp Pendleton, working out, running drills, etc… but after he began assisting with grappling and Jiu-Jitsu training… they ultimately cooked up the idea to let him roll with 10 different guys.

And you’d never guess how it turned out.

He looked like he wasn’t even really trying, and probably shouldn’t, because he wouldn’t want to risk his career over a few playful fights against a bunch of guys in the military.

And remember this is AFTER a workout… the man is just a machine.

But these Marines never stood a chance.

Paddy “The Baddy,” the most basic looking dude on the planet who just so happens to be a star UFC fighter, took down one Marine after another like it was just another day on the job.

Check it out:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock