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UFC star Paddy Pimblett blasts Cristiano Ronaldo, backs Argentina for World Cup

LockerRoom Team
06 December 2022

UFC star Paddy Pimblett is apparently not happy with Cristiano Ronaldo. The UFC star, in his recent interview, talked about Ronaldo and how the Portuguese star thinks he is above Manchester United.

“I’ve seen little snippets of it but he thinks he’s bigger than the club. No one is bigger than the club. He’s a proper raging helmet,” Paddy noted.

Interestingly, Pimblett is a hardcore Liverpool FC fan and hopes to see the UFC hosting an event in Anfield which is the home ground of the football club.

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Speaking further, Paddy noted that Argentina has a chance to win the World Cup this time around. He also had high praise for Lionel Messi, who is leading Argentina in the World Cup which is happening in Qatar.

“I think it’s written in the stars for Argentina to win it. (Lionel Messi) has played 993 professional games so if he gets to the final. I think he is the best ever player in history. You’d also have to put Kenny (Dalglish) in there 100 per cent, possibly the best ever player to have played for Liverpool,” Paddy noted.

FIFA World Cup 2022 so far

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is currently in the quarter-final stage. Croatia, Brazil, Netherlands, Argentina, Morocco, Portugal, England and France are the teams that are currently in the running for the coveted prize.

In the quarter-finals, Croatia will go up against Brazil when the Netherlands will battle Argentina. Morocco, who got a huge win over Spain will lock horns with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal. England will battle France for a place in the semi-finals as well.

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The semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will star on 13 December with the final scheduled to happen on 18 December 2022.

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