UFC Fighter Mike Perry has shared a video on his Instagram of him knocking out a drunken man outside a night club in Orlando. The incident came after the man apparently tried to attack the UFC fighter.
Perry has also posted a detailed commentary about the situation along with the video where he covers the entire story from his side.
"He’d actually just punched me in the mouth. (Why do you think they started recording) I created space, he followed with his fists balled. As I stepped into position around the girl he either flinched or got distracted from what his drunk a** was doing which was harassing me. He wouldn’t stop so I ended it,” Perry noted.
Perry also went on to add a warning to anyone who plans to do something similar in the future.
"For any of you acting like you’ve ever done anything for me please believe you play with fire you’re gonna get burned. If you can mind your space and social distance yourself from my personal bubble than anything can be resolved through conversation. Judge me all you want you bunch of cry to get your way hypocrite’s but I live an honest life and am the most truthful person I know,” he added.
The 28-year-old Mike Perry has been a mainstay in UFC for quite some time now and is known for his aggressive style inside the octagon. He currently holds a professional record of 13-6 to his name and is sitting on a two-fight losing streak having lost to Geoff Neal and Vicente Luque respectively.
Perry’s defeat against Neal came at UFC 245 back in December 2019 while his showdown with Luque, which went the complete three rounds, came at UFC Fight Night 156 which was headlined by Valentina Shevchenko and Liz Carmouche.