Ahead of his clash against Jordan Leavitt, we take a look at Paddy Pimblett’s MMA record, and losses – has he been knocked out?

UK’s rising young prospect Paddy Pimblett has emerged as a shining beacon of a nation’s hope for winning a UFC gold in recent times. The region is producing some fresh young talents, like Tom Aspinall, Leon Edwards, who all stand a chance of winning the championship belt. But no one is as dearly loved as Paddy Pimblett. The eccentric fighter has emerged as somewhat of a superstar in recent times.

Paddy Pimblett Weight
Paddy Pimblett (MMA Mania)

The UFC London card also features a fight between Paddy Pimblett and Jordan Leavitt- the fight that everyone will be tuning into watch, the people’s main event. A first-degree black belt in jiu-jitsu, Pimblett made his mark in only two fights for the organization. A professional since 2012, Pimblett has a record of 18 wins and 3 losses in his Pro-MMA career.

A former Cage Warriors featherweight champion, Pimblett made his debut in 2012, at the young age of 17, racking up a 3–0 record before signing with Cage Warriors a year later.

Paddy Pimblett has never been knocked in his Pro-MMA career. Of the three losses in his career, two have been decision losses, and one came by the way of submission. His only submission loss was against Cameron Else in Cage Warriors 60 via technical submission [ Anaconda Choke].

Paddy Pimblett names Roger Federer and Steven Gerrard as his favorite athletes

MMA reporter Alex Behunin has been running a column called ‘Humanizing fighters’ for quite some time now. In asking fighters about their favorite food, athlete, color etc. fans get to see a side of these fighters that is usually left outside the octagon. A peek into a different shade of their life.

Paddy Pimblett was the latest fighter to make a feature in the column. He named Tennis legend and third highest Grand Slams winner Roger Federer, and Liverpool FC icon Steven Gerrard as his favourite athletes.

Pimblett has a reputation for swelling up in pounds, quickly after his fights owing to his love for junk food. ‘Baddy’ has previously claimed that he’d rather be fat and happy than trimmed and sad. He is often seen out of fight camps completely out of shape.

This has gotten MMA fans, experts, and fighters all worried and talking about the grave effect it has on the body. But cutting weight, and showing up to fight has never been an issue for the UK native fighter. When asked about his favourite food, Pimblett simply said that he loves food too much to name a favourite.

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