On Tuesday, UFC star BJ Penn was spotted in a fight in a bar in Hawaii. According to TMZ, the local police arrived onto the scene, but Penn was not arrested, neither was there a police record of the fight.
TMZ released a video of the clash, in which the UFC hall of famer was seen punching a man’s face. Penn punched him multiple times, while sitting on top of him, before the crowd gathered around the brawl.
In spite of seven successive losses, UFC president Dana White, last month explained what led to his decision to provide former UFC lightweight and welterweight champion with one more opportunity.
“Cause he terrorized me for freaking a week and wouldn’t stop texting me for three days straight,” White said at the post fight press conference. “Talked me into it. We have a deal now — win, lose or draw, this is B.J. Penn’s last fight.”
“I won’t give him another fight. It’s very clear between us that there won’t be another fight no matter what. If all you people who are concerned are doctors, give me a call. If you’re not, then mind your business.”
Earlier this year, similar reports about the UFC hall of famer emerged, where he was involved in a fight in a strip club.
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