Paddy Pimbright Will return to action at the next UFC London bout on July 23rd. This is the second card to be held at the O2 Arena since early 2022, and a lot has to do with the excitement and interest that Pimblitt has generated.
Pimblett’s final fight is round one Submission by Rodrigo Vargas. This time, he’s up against Jordan Levitt, and the “bad guy” promises to be knocked out in addition to all-around entertainment. In a new promotional video released by UFC Europe, Pimblett said:
“You can expect me to be the same as always. I’m the funniest fight on the cards. I come to fight, I perform for everyone, and everyone knows that. Whether we’re fighting, or at the entrance, people come to the show for Look at me, really look at you. It’s simple. This time I’ll go over it with ease. Last time was special, but this time it’s going to be iconic. It’s going to be next level***.”
Paddy Pimblett is 18-3 (2-0 UFC) and four in a row, all through. Jordan Levitt is 10-1 (3-1 UFC) and has two victories.Levitt’s six victories come from submissions, so Pimburett will have to Pay attention to the ground, That may be why the Liverpool native is focusing on knockout wins this time around.
Paddy Pimblett signs new UFC contract and is now making ‘big money’
Whether Paddy Pimblett will compete in the second UFC London fight this year is a real question. When the cards filled, Pimblitt refused to commit and suggested it was up to his management and the UFC to sort things out.
Many suspected that what had to be resolved was a new contract, as Pimblitt revealed that he only made $12,000 in his last game when he won $12,000. Of course, he also gets a $50,000 performance bonus, but that’s still not enough for a big attraction like Paddy ‘The Baddy’.
Fortunately, Paddy Pimblatt ended up being a late addition to the UFC London roster. Not coincidentally, his agent, Graham Boylan, revealed shortly after Pimblatt got a new UFC contract and a big raise.he Tell the Mirror to fight:
“Everyone comes into the UFC on a standard contract. It doesn’t matter what you do, you have to prove yourself. I can tell you now that the contract is gone, that’s gone – he’s going to make a fortune now. That’s it. So, but I’m just happy for him.”
So now everyone gets what they want. The UFC brings the next potential superstar to its big London show, and UK fans can cheer on their man, Paddy Pimblett, who now makes enough money per fight accept more challenges move forward.