Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Orlovsky, who spends the New Year holidays in the British capital with his family, spoke about a street conflict in which he was forced to use his fighting skills.
“I met the New Year normally, although there was a conflict with refugees here in London, but, in principle, it’s normal,” Pitbull said, answering questions from fans on the social network. “I didn’t want to fight, but I had to show my son that f**** happens. Son, do you think I won the fight?
“Yes, one guy ran away, the other had blood on his face,” the soldier’s son, who was nearby, answered. “When the cops came, I saw that he had blood all over his face and hands. So yes, my dad won the fight.”
“Yes, but I have a couple of bruises and my hands are a little swollen,” added Orlovsky. “In fact, the guy was not alone – there were three of them. But I wouldn’t call him a guy or a man – he’s just a piece of shit because he hit a woman.”
43-year-old Andrey Orlovsky last entered the octagon in October last year, losing in the first round by rear naked choke to Marcos Rogerio de Lima. Prior to that, the Belarusian heavyweight had won four straight victories, defeating Chase Sherman, Carlos Felipe, Jared Vanderaa and Jake Collier by decisions.