‘Slappy time’—Paddy Pimblett predicts a harsh Liverpool win over Man United following UFC 296

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Paddy ‘The Baddy’ Pimblett of UFC predicts Liverpool will beat Manchester United by nine goals at Anfield today.

After defeating Tony Ferguson at UFC 296 in Las Vegas to extend his unbeaten streak, Pimblett was asked about today’s crucial match at a press conference in America.

According to media, the 28-year-old Liverpool fan predicted a 9-0 win. The Mancs won’t like it. Slappy time awaits. Liverpool leads league! He chanted Liverpool, league champions.

He said, “There is actually a Liverpool supporters’ club here in Vegas and I’ve got the invite.”

Paddy Pimblett predicts a harsh Liverpool win

Liverpool humiliated Erik ten Hag’s team 7-0 at Anfield in March, but Jurgen Klopp urged fans not to anticipate a repeat earlier this week.

Paddy ‘The Baddy’ Pimblett, a star of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has claimed that Liverpool will defeat Manchester United via a nine-goal margin this afternoon at Anfield.

Pimblett, who won his unbeaten streak by defeating Tony Ferguson at UFC 296 in Las Vegas last night, was asked to express his thoughts on today’s crucial fight during a press conference in the United States. Pimblett’s victory against Ferguson extended his unbeaten streak to a new level.

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In his attempt to predict how today’s match will play out, the 28-year-old, who is a huge admirer of Liverpool, did not hold back when he made his prediction and told the press, “9-0! It’s not going to go over well with the Mancs.

A slappy period is going to be ahead of us. Liverpool is currently in first place in the league! After then, he started chanting, “Liverpool, Liverpool, Liverpool is currently in first place in the league.”

He continued by saying, “There is actually a Liverpool supporters’ club here in Vegas, and I’ve got the invite.” This was concerning his intentions for the match that will take place on Sunday.

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During the match that took place at Anfield in March, Liverpool emerged victorious by a score of 7-0, causing Erik ten Hag’s team to suffer a humiliating loss. However, Jurgen Klopp cautioned supporters earlier this week not to anticipate a similar conclusion on this occasion.

“I never like when the headlines about United are not great before we play because it’s like ‘OK, then it is the game where they can put everything right’,” according to him.

I don’t follow United carefully enough to know precisely what the issue is there, but I did see that Erik ten Hag was named manager of the month the previous month, and I also noticed that they were the team that was in the best form in the previous month, so how is it possible that everything is going wrong? It’s just not anything that makes sense to me.

“And yes, the 7-0 they knew that day was a freak result that only occurs once in a lifetime,” the speaker continued. Not the team that won 7-0, but the team that lost 7-0 is the one that will benefit from this information for the following game.

“If you take everything out of consideration and just play a football game against the historical rival of Liverpool at home at Anfield, then that alone must make it a special game, and that is exactly what I want to see from us, a special game,” the manager said. All I require is for you to have a genuine understanding of the circumstance and to give it your all.

“I never like when the headlines about United are not great before we play because it’s like ‘OK, then it is the game where they can put everything right’,” remarked.

“I don’t follow United enough to know what’s wrong, but Erik ten Hag was manager of the month last month and they were in form, so how can it be wrong? Not understanding it.

“The 7-0 we realized that day was a strange result that happens once in a lifetime. This benefits the 7-0 losing team, not the winning club, for the next game.

“If you ignore everything and just play a football game against Liverpool’s historical opponent at Anfield, that must make it extraordinary, and that’s what I want from us. Understanding the circumstance and giving your all is all I need.”

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