Getty (LR) Mickey Gall and Mike Perry
Former UFC star Mike Perry, due in his second battle underneath the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship banner, lately went on a wild rant about his ‘bisexual palms’.
“Platinum” will tackle Bellator MMA star Michael “Venom” Page within the BKFC 27 headliner in London, which is scheduled for August 20 at OVO Wembley Arena.
To promote their bare-knuckle boxing conflict, Perry and Page verbally clashed throughout a latest interview with The Mac Life. And through the interview, Perry opened up about when he had a bodily altercation with a person in Texas in 2020.
Platinum mentioned he was able to “crush” anybody “on the street” who involves him, together with “regardless of gender”.
“People talk about me, because this old man came up to me and I stomped his ass,” Perry mentioned through MMA News. “I ran over a few people on these streets. These hands are a bisexual mother *****…Anyone can get it. Any gender. Anyone can have this shit anytime because I don’t trust anyone. If someone gets too close to me, it goes down like this.
“I get what you’re saying, ‘You’re a top athlete, you don’t have time for those guys on the street.’ I try not to have time for them, but they break in, and you have to chase them away. Fly swatter,” Platinum continued.
Perry might return to the UFC sooner or later, his supervisor Malki Kawa lately mentioned.
Perry’s supervisor, Malki Kawa, spoke to MMA Underground final month and mentioned that with Platinum solely having two fights left on his BKFC contract, followers might see him again within the UFC at a later date. given time.
“Did he want to stay in the UFC? Yes,” Kawa mentioned through MMA News. “Could he have stayed in the UFC? Absolutely,” Kawa continued. “Was it the right decision? 1000%. I tell you, he beats MVP, I think he has one fight left on his contract at BKFC, he could easily come back to the UFC. Easily. »
Perry last fought in the Octagon in April 2021 when he dropped a unanimous decision to Daniel Rodriguez. It was Platinum’s fourth loss in five fights, with his only victory in the race by decision against Mickey Gall.
He has a professional mixed martial arts record of 14-8, with 11 wins via KO/TKO.
Kawa pointed the finger at the UFC for turning platinum into a star
Kawa also praised the UFC for turning fighters into stars, including Platinum.
“I think a lot of people don’t give the UFC credit for that,” Kawa said. “I was able to move Anthony Pettis and Paige VanZant because they are UFC fighters. They may not have had it here, but then they went to have it somewhere else, and I think that’s very, very important for fighters to understand.
“You can come to the UFC and do your best – look at Mike Perry. I hate to say this, I don’t think he was ever going to become a UFC champion. There were holes in his game and he was bouncing from gym to gym… He’s going to (BKFC) and it’s like he’s found his home.
Perry has only fought once as a BKFC fighter. He faced “The Ultimate Fighter” alum Julian Lane at KnuckleMania 2 in February and defeated him by unanimous determination.