His overzealous celebrations ended up getting Paddy Pimblett ejected from the Vicarage Road Stadium during Watford vs Liverpool
While Liverpool’s trip of Watford turned out to be an euphoria filled one as the club made a mockery of its opponent at Vicarage Road, for one fan, things didn’t quite go as envisaged.
UFC’s Paddy Pimblett, a Liverpool fan ended up getting bundled out of the stadium for his antics whilst celebrating a Liverpool goal. That wasn’t the end of his misery on the day though with him being asked to leave a pub in Watford as well owing to it being an exclusive place for only Watford supporters.
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Paddy who claimed that he was given the tickets to the fixture by Watford’s Ben Foster was housed in the Watford section of the stadium. He was eventually escorted out of the venue by security officials after sparking a feud with the home supporters as Liverpool scored on the day.
— RED CACHE (@redcachenet) October 17, 2021
The future of combat sports @PaddyTheBaddy was kicked out of Watford’s grounds today after the scouser watched Liverpool win 5-0.
Free The Baddy. pic.twitter.com/dDqnCvcYMN
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 16, 2021
A Watford fan rattling Paddy The Baddy is the best thing you'll see today. pic.twitter.com/LNCXPTXqwk
— Henry 🐧 (@WFCHenry) October 17, 2021
Paddy meanwhile took to Instagram to lash out at the stewards for throwing him out. He wrote: “Vicarage Road stewards on a power trip kicking us out for celebrating WOW!
“Cannot believe the audacity of these stewards singling us out when multiple ppl celebrated around us an escorted us out the stadium Watford do something about ur tewards.
“Been kicked out of the match for celebrating and now we’ve been kicked out of the boozer by stewards because it is a home boozer.
“Watford, Ben Foster, I love you mate. But I hope Watford go down, youse are horrible, horrible.”
Paddy had taken on Luigi Vendramini in the UFC previously with him winning the affair via knockout in the first round.