Brad Pickett still wants a shot at UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson and a coaching gig on The Ultimate Fighter.
But “One Punch” is also anxious to settle the score with Ian McCall.
Pickett and McCall were expected to square off this past weekend at UFC Fight Night 37, but “Uncle Creepy” was forced out with an injury. The two traded Twitter insults, and that picked up again on Sunday.
“Not gonna lie… Still super bitter I’m not in London enjoying a victory pint with the Mrs. and my friends,” McCall posted.
After he was asked about a time frame for his return, to which he stated “should be able to start training in a week or two. Hopefully start my PRP therapy this week,” Pickett responded.
“I’m still here for whenever you want to finish this dance,” the Brit wrote.
McCall was replaced by newcomer Neil Seery, who picked scored a decision over.
“I’m gonna go walkin in the moonlight with you soon,” McCall stated.
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