At a time when many athletes, celebrities and public figures are trying to raise awareness of the danger of getting out of the house while spreading the coronavirus, Olivier Aubin-Mercier joined his peers in a video published on social networks, on Tuesday.
The fighter mixed martial arts has launched a ‘little message to all the slobs that come out now”.
“I know that you’re not like your grandparents and you are going crazy for their health, but we don’t care not the health of our grandparents, said Aubin-Mercier. If it is you please, rest in you, and if you don’t care still, listen, go out outside, I’ll come, you câlisser a fly.”
“It’s as simple as that, he continued. Like that, not only are you going to put the lives of our grandparents in danger, but you’re going to put yours in danger at the same time. Think it twice if you want to go out, because I’ll be there for you to wait.”
Nicknamed “The Canadian Gangster”, Aubin-Mercier (11-5, 1 K.-O., 8 submissions) has lost his last three fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the last unanimous decision at UFC 240 against Arman Tsarukyan, in Edmonton in July 2019.
In his career, the left-handed 31-year-old has received two titles as the best fight of the night in the course of galas in the UFC.