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Paddy Pimblett unbelievably taps out 10 MARINES in a row as UFC star shows off his spectacular mating skills to force highly trained troops to submit with triangular chokes, nasty armbars and guillotines
- Paddy Pimblett has become one of the biggest stars in the UFC over the past 12 months
- He has become a popular figure both inside and outside the Octagon
- Footage has now surfaced of him wrestling 10 naval troops in a row
- Pimblett forced all 10 Marines to tap with his excellent mating skills
UFC star Paddy Pimblett has shown his impressive wrestling skills by tapping 10 Marines in a row.
Pimblett has become one of the most popular figures on the UFC circuit after transitioning to the organization last year and winning all three of his distance fights.
His last two wins have come via backward, naked choke submissions, highlighting that the Briton certainly knows what he’s doing when fights go to the mat.
Pimblett made a huge impact in the UFC during his first year with the organization
The UFC star recently took on 10 Marines and made them all tick
A video has now surfaced of him taking on 10 Marines in quick succession as the troops tried to hold their own against the 27-year-old.
It turns out they couldn’t, because one by one, Pimblett forced them all to tap.
Pimblett’s full lineup of entries was on display when he forced the Marines to stop by applying armbars, triangular chokes, guillotine chokes, and rear-naked chokes.
He even tried to give his opponents a better chance by starting on his back or even leaning forward so they could make their first move, but they still couldn’t beat him.
Pimblett is expected to return to the Octagon before the end of the year
In his MMA career, Pimblett has a record of 19-3, with nine of his wins through submissions, and it’s easy to see why based on how easy he got on with the Marines.
He was last seen in the Octagon in July when he defeated Jordan Leavitt in the second round at UFC Fight Night 208 in London.
The former Cage Warriors featherweight champion is expected to return to a UFC card in Las Vegas in December.