UFC fans were treated to a Western Sydney style scrap this morning as prominent Mount Druitt eshay Tai ‘Bam Bam’ Tuivasa lifted some European bloke.

The heavyweight contest between the Dutch Stefan Struve and Tuivasa was one of the quickest preliminary bouts in today’s UFC 254 event on Fight Island. Stuve (29-12 MMA) was returning to action for the first time since December.

Meanwhile, Tai Tuivasa (9-3 MMA) was there to end a three-fight losing streak, coming off a submission loss to Sergey Spivak in his most recent effort at UFC 243.

The match finished in a knock out victory to Tuivasa with one second to go on the first round, as the cult hero of Mounty County convincingly went on to ogflay the uckfay out of the utchday fella.

It became clear the “Skyscraper” may have been outmatched by his Australian opponent’s burrowing style of cuddle fighting, with Tuivasa’s loose punches flying faster and harder than they ever have before.

Adlays and asslays around the country are eeringchay for their boy, with the Western Suburbs of Sydney especially loving it.

At the time of press, Bam Bam had consumed roughly 15 litres of champagne, through unorthodox containers. Members of fighter’s entourage say that if Bam Bam’s beloved Penrith Panthers also win the NRL grand final in 9 hours, then there’s going to be a lot of distressed hotel staff in Abu Dhabi.


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