Bellator welterweight attraction Michael Page, who has nothing to do with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) or women’s mixed martial arts (MMA), decided to use his social media platforms to bash UFC 207 headliner Ronda Rousey.
See his Instagram barb here.
Shortly after “Venom” spit ... well, venom, UFC heavyweight Travis Browne swooped in to stick up for his “Rowdy” lover, who partnered with “Hapa” a few years back and may or may not give him babies.
Take a look (via LowKickMMA):
Browne outweighs the Brit by roughly 100 pounds (but I’d watch anyway).
The tweet was deleted shortly thereafter and apparently did little to supress Page’s motivation. Look no further than his latest Twitter offering, which like the jab on Instagram, pokes fun of Rousey’s striking.
When you get coached by your.............— Michael Venom Page (@Michaelpage247) January 3, 2017
Great Advise #headmovement#pivot#shutupshutupshutup@amanda_leoa pic.twitter.com/ibrrTjo93J
Rousey made her return to combat sports last Friday night (Dec. 30, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada, but her comeback bid was cut short in just 48 seconds, thanks to the bombs dropped by bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes (watch it).
So, if anyone has an explanation for Page outside of “attention whore” — especially considering the abomination that was his most recent fight — I’d love to hear it.