UFC fighter Mike Perry gets in fight at a bar, punches heckler

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

“Platinum” Mike Perry was involved in an altercation at a bar recently. The UFC contracted fighter was first arguing with people at the bar.

It appears like his girlfriend – who was in his corner for his UFC fight win against Mickey Gall on June 27th – takes his phone, as he was walking out of the venue and yelling at her. His girlfriend was his corner person for the Gall fight after firing his team.

Mixed Martial Arts fighter Mike Perry poses on the scale during UFC 202 weigh-ins
Mike Perry poses on the scale during UFC 202 weigh-ins (Getty Images)

In the video, he allegedly hit someone. It’s not clear if that’s exactly what happened or not.

But what we do know, according to the video, Perry and several people continued to argue with what might be his girlfriend trying to calm him down. Yet, one guy kept egging him on. Why? We don’t know.

One male can reportedly be heard “touch her again motherf*cker.” Another male mocks him by saying he was going to call the cops.

Perry called the individual “fat” and “old,” before it appears that he was shoved by this individual in question. The professional fighter responds with a right hand, which drops the guy.

We are not aware if the authorities were called in this incident. However, we do know that Perry used a racial slur by using the n-word to one of the guys.

The UFC has not responded yet to the video. Due to his actions, Perry may face ramifications from the governing body, which may include suspension or even outright release.

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