Molly 'Meatball' McCann once again stunned the UFC crowd with a brutal TKO on opponent Hannah Goldy, and proceeded to celebrate with Stormzy who was in the front row.
It was another victorious occasion for McCann on British soil, as her round one heroics stopped Goldy, who was tipped to be one of her toughest opponents yet. But with Stormzy backing both her and Paddy Pimblett, McCann delivered the goods before rushing over to the rapper.
McCann delivered another brutal elbow before being stopped by the referee, and in usual chaotic scenes she hopped the cage and celebrated with a drink after hugging Stormzy. But McCann wasn't done there, as she started a 'f*** the Tories' chant inside the London 02.
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Both McCann and Pimblett have become national treasures in recent years, and the pair from Liverpool continue to entertain inside the Octagon. And after Dana White told McCann she had already won 'knockout of the year', she proceeded to stop Goldy inside one round.
McCann barely used any energy, and her boxing background continues to put her ahead of the competition. And with a spring still in her step she vaulted the cage, and found Stormzy in the crowd. The vibrant UFC fighter then enjoyed a drink with fans after speaking to former star Michael Bisping inside the Octagon.
After thanking the home fans for the love, and crediting them for getting behind her as a female athlete, she used her opportunity to the max. Although McCann didn't use any naughty language, the crowd were well tuned with her intentions.
The chant 'f*** the tories' began to fill the 02, with both McCann and Pimblett extremely anti-Tory. There were also wholesome scenes in the locker room, with Pimblett pictured celebrating wildly after watching on.
The pair both train together in Liverpool, and have built up a special friendship during their rise in the UFC. McCann used to box while Pimblett is only just starting his UFC career.
But they've both blossomed into two of the biggest stars within the UFC, and are both certain that they are destined for the top. Pimblett has even been linked with fighting Conor McGregor, but even the British fighter has denied that for now.
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