Bobby Green Suggests Paddy Pimblett to Talk Less and Fight More

Bobby Green (Via UFC)

Bobby Green has observed his UFC 304 opponent Paddy Pimblett in action and noted many positive aspects about his fighting style.

That is, until “The Baddy” starts talking.

“This is my next lesson for him: He’s solid, he’s not bad,” Green said on The MMA Hour ahead of UFC 304. “He’s not a bad fighter at all.

“The problem is, he won’t shut the f*ck up. Shut the f*ck up, smile, be that stupid kid with that stupid haircut, being happy and dancing, whatever he does. He does that little stupid dance, you know? Let him do his dance and be happy.”

Paddy Pimblett (Via UFC)

Green and Pimblett are set to face off at UFC’s July 27 pay-per-view in Manchester in a pivotal lightweight contest.

Pimblett remains undefeated inside the octagon, while Green will be making his 26th promotional appearance, coming off a decisive decision win over Jim Miller at UFC 300.

In Green’s view, Pimblett’s problems began after his controversial decision win over Jared Gordon at UFC 282 in December 2022.

“When [he started] talking, [then] that’s what got him all of this bullsh*t,” Green said. “Shut the f*ck up, Paddy. Why? Because he started talking about the Jared [Gordon] fight. And not only that, he doubled down on that sh*t, like, ‘No, I whooped his ass.’

“Like, bro, everybody can see you lost that fight. And so, just be humble. He’s not humble. This sh*t’s going to humble him up.”

Bobby Green (Via UFC)

Since the announcement of UFC 304, the event has faced significant local backlash due to its start time, which favors the U.S. audience over the Manchester crowd.

At UFC 286 in March 2023 in London, the card was scheduled according to London time, streaming in the afternoon in the U.S. This time, the main card fighters are set to compete in the early morning hours, with the main event possibly starting around 5 a.m.

Green acknowledges that the timing is not ideal but insists he’ll be ready for Pimblett regardless of when the fight takes place.

“We attack at dawn,” Green said. “I’ve been on my little Game of Thrones sh*t right now, and that’s where I’m at—like, we get the soldiers ready to wake up and go play and kill at dawn.

In the middle of the dawn, 4 a.m., I’m getting up, and I’m going to have to kill him. That’s what we’re going to do.”

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