Updated January 3rd, 2024 at 21:26 IST

UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett's insane transformation leaves MMA fans stunned and beweildered

UFC Lightweight fighter Paddy Pimblett has put on massive weight following his UFC 296 win over Tony Ferguson. Take a look at the before and after photo.

Reported by: Prateek Arya
Paddy Pimblett | Image:UFC/X/paddypimblettinstagram
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UFC superstar Paddy Pimblett piled up many pounds following his UFC 296 win over Tony Ferguson. The Lightweight has in the past made headlines due to his far-fetched transformations, and it seems he has gained some holiday weight this time. Less than three weeks have passed since he attained that unanimous decision win over El Cucuy however between now and then he has picked up an unrecognizable figure.

3 things you need to know

  • Paddy Pimblett defeated Tony Ferguson at UFC 296
  • Pimblett has piled up massive weight following win over Ferguson
  • He fights in the Lightweight division in the UFC

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Paddy Pimblett piles up weight following UFC 296

Aside from facing the music inside the Octagon, a UFC fighter faces several challenges in his road to glory. Keeping himself/herself always in shape is one such dedication that a pro fighter carries along. However, Paddy Pimblett is seemingly willing to compromise on that. The fighter has gained significant weight from his fight day at UFC 296. The Lightweight had a successful weight cut ahead of the event and was measured at 155 lbs at the weigh-in ceremony. Fast forward 3 weeks, he is now assumed to be 190 pounds.

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Here's the picture that discerns the weight gain:

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What's next for Paddy in UFC?

Paddy Pimblett displays a brilliant record as an MMA professional. The Irishman has been in the ring 24 times and has come out as the victor in 21 of those occasions. In the UFC, the fighter has remained undefeated and exhibits a 5-0 W/L record. The victory over Tony Ferguson could be considered his biggest win inside the O

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Published January 3rd, 2024 at 21:26 IST