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UFC star Paddy Pimblett kicked off Vicarage Road and lashes out at ‘horrible’ Watford while watching beloved Liverpool

UFC superstar Paddy Pimblett was furious after being kicked off Vicarage Road by stewards for celebrating Liverpool's win. The Reds clinche


UFC superstar Paddy Pimblett was furious after being kicked off Vicarage Road by stewards for celebrating Liverpool’s win.

The Reds clinched a 5-0 win at lunchtime Saturday’s start, live on talkSPORT, but Pimblett couldn’t see much of the game after being pulled off the ground.

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UFC star was removed from Vicarage Road

To compound his frustrations, the Liverpool fan was kicked out of a pub as it was dedicated specifically to local fans.

Roberto Firmino scored a hat-trick and Mohamed Salah scored for the eighth straight game, and what a goal it was too, while Liverpool offered a masterclass in a demolition on Claudio Ranieri’s return to the Premier League.

Jurgen Klopp’s side dominated early on to extend their unbeaten league streak to 18 games, with Sadio Mane opening the scoring with his 100th Premier League goal.

Pimblett, 26, was at the game as a fan in the away stands and took to Instagram to express his disgust with the Hornets and their safety teams.

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Firmino scored a hat-trick during the 5-0

Pimblett was furious with the Watford administrators

Pimblett was furious with the Watford administrators

He wrote: “Vicarage Road delegates on a power trip kicked us out for celebrating WOW!

“I cannot believe the audacity of these butlers in pointing out to us when several people [sic] celebrated around us and walked us out of Watford stadium do something about it [sic] butlers «.

He added: “They have kicked us out of the game for celebrating and now the commissioners have kicked us out of the drunkard because he is a drunk at home.

“Watford, Ben Foster, I love you friend. But I hope Watford falls, you guys are horrible, horrible.

‘The Baddy’ made a sensational debut inside the Octagon last month against Luigi Vendramini when he knocked out the Italian in one round.

‘Suga’ Sean O’Malley was proposed as a potential next opponent, but Liverpool insist they want to face a certified lightweight next.

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