Gangbangers Pick Fight With A UFC Bro – That Was A Bad Idea

Written by Wes Walker on August 1, 2018

‘Picked a fight with the wrong guy’ doesn’t even BEGIN to cover it.

A couple of losers decided to jump a guy on the street.

That was a seriously bad decision.

Who did they pick that fight with?

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Someone standing with UFC lightweight Jared Gordon.

Oops.

Watch:

It would be the understatement of the century to say that Jared Gordon has dealt with some tough circumstances in his life. But the UFC lightweight could never have predicted the fate that would befall him in the lead-up to his recent fight against Carlos Diego Ferreira.

On Dec. 22, 2017, three days before Gordon signed his UFC Austin contract to meet Ferreira, the New York native suffered a grisly hand injury while defending his friend Jeffrey Gallardo in an impromptu street fight outside of Gallardo’s barbershop. Gordon first revealed the story Monday to ESPN — and it’s a wild one.
[…] “As we’re walking back, my friend recognizes this kid that he used to teach jiu-jitsu to,” Gordon told MMA Fighting. “He looked like he was in his early twenties, like 23 or 24, something like that. So we start walking back towards the barbershop and they’re talking, I’m just drinking my coffee, minding my business. I’d never met the kid in my life. And those two kids came out of nowhere, I guess they must’ve had some problems with him, and they attacked him. But I was just standing there watching.

“When my friend jumped in and the kid kinda pushed my friend and was posturing like he was going to hit him, that’s when I decided to take matters into my whole own hands.”

Gordon said the man who initiated the fight not only swung first, but also spit in the face of Gallardo’s friend as he walked by. As the video above shows, Gordon was initially content to sit back and assess the situation, but as soon as one of the assailants squared up on Gallardo, that’s when things went off the rails.

And off the rails they certainly did go.

“Of course we hit into the f*cking storefront window and it comes crashing down on me and cuts my hand wide open, my fingers,” Gordon said.

“Luck of the draw for me, as always. I got 21 stitches.”

The two aggressors ultimately fled the scene — having been badly bloodied by the two trained martial artists — and police quickly dismissed the melee as self-defense for Gordon and Gallardo after watching the security camera footage from Gallardo’s barbershop. But that was only the beginning of Gordon’s troubles.
Source: MMA Fighting

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Yeah that’s a helluva injury.

But can you imagine what the guy that fled looked like?

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