MMA Fighter Joel Bauman used his second-round knockout victory over Anthony Ivy Sunday to discuss how he felt about the liberal media — specifically Late Night TV Host Jimmy Kimmel.
Bauman was excited after his victory; he won big on Sunday night’s Fury FC 68 fight, as Bounding Into Sports reports: “Bauman defeated Ivy via Ground & Pound at 4:57 of the second round, knocking him out.”
Bauman, ever the provocateur, used his post-fight interview to make startling claims about NFTs, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jeffrey Epstein.
“To all those doubting my NFT, you are looking at the guy that’s the reason college athletes and high school athletes are getting paid today. Mr. Influencer to influencers.” Baumann said. “Secondly, Jimmy Kimmel – viral this, I fight to eradicate childhood malnutrition from the planet, and until they release the flight logs, you, the mainstream media, Hollywood are all pedophiles to me. Eat d**k”
Bauman is, of course, making a connection between the flight logs of convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and the attendance of liberal elites on Epstein’s island — including Bill Clinton and Bill Gates. He is also referencing his NFT project (Non-Fungible Token), which he discussed after a win in May, blaming earlier losses on two things: the amount of work he put into launching his own coin and the spread of a sexually transmitted disease.
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The world may never know why Bauman felt the need to disclose this very personal information. To all indications, the MMA star has very little inhibitions. But his skepticism of Kimmel and the mainstream media is warranted — even if his vulgarity is a tad bit much.
One thing is sure: the people are waking up to liberal corruption. America knows liberal elites like Jimmy Kimmel have no right to lecture us on morality. Kimmel, after all, sported blackface in the early 2000s. They are not better than you and I. In many cases, they are far worse. It is lamentable that comedy and politics are so intertwined in the year 2022.
According to the New York Post, as of Tuesday, Kimmel has yet to address the controversy.