UFC star desires to struggle ‘lizard’ Zuckerberg for reported Instagram ban: ‘Largest bully on the planet’

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A British UFC star stated he desires to struggle “bully” Mark Zuckerberg after he was reportedly banned from his Instagram account. 

“Who do I want to fight? Mark Zuckerberg,” UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett stated Saturday after his defeat over Rodrigo ‘Kazula’ Vargas at UFC London, according to the Liverpool Echo

“Lad I’m going to punch your head in, I am sick of you. Sick of you shutting my Instagram accounts down when all I do is help charities and help people with mental health problems,” he continued. 

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“You’re the biggest bully in the world, lad.”

Pimblett’s Instagram and Fb accounts have been reportedly lately banned after he posted a couple of youngster struggling with most cancers, according to Spanish outlet Marca. Some commenters left disparaging remarks in regards to the in poor health youngster, which sparked Pimblett to reportedly name them out on the platform. His accounts have been banned earlier than feedback in opposition to the kid have been banned, the outlet reported. 

Paddy Pimblett in action in the Lightweight bout against Kazula Vargas at The O2, London. Picture date: Saturday March 19, 2022. (Photo by Kieran Cleeves/PA Images via Getty Images)

Paddy Pimblett in motion within the Light-weight bout in opposition to Kazula Vargas at The O2, London. Image date: Saturday March 19, 2022. (Photograph by Kieran Cleeves/PA Photos through Getty Photos)
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“The hypocritical nature of Instagram and Facebook is just disgusting, and what they get away with,” Pimblett said at UFC Fight Night press convention after the ban.

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“It kills me. Mark Zuckerberg’s a lizard. I’ve got to be a lot smarter on my social media, because as you know, I’ve had two accounts took off me now, and the second account had 120,000 followers.” 

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., speaks on stage during the Munich Security Conference at the Bayerischer Hof hotel in Munich, Germany, on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020. The Libyan conflict is set to be one of the main themes at the annual security conference that runs Feb. 14 - 16. Photographer: Michaela Handrek-Rehle/Bloomberg via Getty Images 

Mark Zuckerberg, chief govt officer and founding father of Fb Inc., speaks on stage throughout the Munich Safety Convention on the Bayerischer Hof resort in Munich, Germany, on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020. The Libyan battle is ready to be one of many most important themes on the annual safety convention that runs Feb. 14 – 16. Photographer: Michaela Handrek-Rehle/Bloomberg through Getty Photos 
(Photographer: Michaela Handrek-Rehle/Bloomberg through Getty Photos)

Day by day Put up Digital reviewed Pimblett’s verified Instagram account on Sunday morning and found it was active that day

Instagram didn’t instantly reply to Day by day Put up’ request for touch upon the matter.

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