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Paddy the Baddy is a HUGE fast food fan, it turns out - so much so, that when lockdown struck he rushed out to order the biggest cheat meal at McDonald's before restaurants closed, spending £50 ($69) on the feast.
"If I wasn't an MMA fighter, I reckon I'd be about 19 stone," he said with a grin at the beginning of the video.
As well as comparing products from fast food giants like Taco Bell and Burger King, Paddy also spoke about his love for McDonald's - remembering one of his ultimate cheat meals just before lockdown kicked in last year.
He said: "After that Decky Dalton fight, I went in. I went proper in. And obviously, the world went into lockdown and I fought Friday night, but then Monday everything got shut.
"So I was like, 'Oh my God, I'm gonna have to go and get a Maccie's before it shuts', and I got, like, a f*****g £50 McDonald's.
"I got two large meals, 20 nuggets, a triple cheeseburger, some of them mozzzarella dippers, some chicken selects, and I ate every single thing. You know what I mean? Everything. I didn't let anything go to waste.
"I was proud of myself that day, but then the next morning I was like, 'Ooh, the gut's back! The gut's back!'"
His cheat meal has proven so iconic that YouTuber Adam Moran -, aka BeardMeatsFood - decided to give it a go for himself, saying: "Some people sent me a link to a video last week in which UFC scouse sensation Paddy 'The Baddy' Pimblett revealed his wild trip to McDonald's just before lockdown happened.
"Safe to say it's some feed... so I thought I'd see just how much of a baddy this dude really is..."
The recreation of the meal included:
2 x Large Burgers
2 x Large Fries
2 x Large Cokes
1 x Triple Cheeseburger
1 x 20 Chicken Nugget Share Box
1 x Donut
Unspecified amounts of Chicken Selects & Mozzarella Dippers totalling roughly £50
After polishing off the lot in just over 32 minutes, Moran said through a burp: "I feel well qualified to officilly approve Paddy's nickname.
"He is a bit of a baddy - that is a lot of food to eat for one normal human being."