Anthony Johnson Last Photo Before Death Leaks

Former UFC and Bellator fighter Anthony “Rumble” Johnson died on Sunday at 38, and his last photo before dying has surfaced below.



Daniel Cormier posted, “Rest Easy my brother. For a guy who struck fear in so many peoples heart Anthony Johnson was a caring person. From random text to check ins during loss. What a person he was, Rumble will be missed. Sometimes life doesn’t seem fair. Horrible news #RIP #Rumblesquad @Anthony_Rumble.”

Michael Chiesa wrote, “RIP Anthony “Rumble” Johnson. One of the most prolific KO artists our sport has ever seen. My prayers go out to his family and everyone affected by this tragedy. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻.”

Anthony Johnson was one of Bellator’s biggest stars, while Conor McGregor is UFC’s top name. For Halloween, McGregor went as popular conman Frank Abagnale Jr., whose life story was turned into a movie in 2002. In the biopic Catch Me If You Can, Leonardo DiCaprio portrayed the charismatic convict. ‘Notorious’ took to his Instagram account and posted a series of pictures from his bar and in the caption, he fired back at the people who trolled him for the new look.

‘Notorious’ broke his leg against Dustin Poirier in their trilogy fight last July. McGregor has since piled on a lot of muscle having been limited to upper body training. McGregor is currently not enrolled in the United States Anti-Doping Agency drug testing pool, which all UFC fighters are required to be part of to compete. It means that he will have to submit random tests for a minimum of six-months before is he eligible to fight again, pushing his return date back to next May at the earliest.

McGregor has vowed to return at 170lb in his comeback fight despite his past two fights taking place at 155lb in the promotion. ‘Notorious’ suffered defeat to Poirier twice last year at the weight class, but will move back up to welterweight for the first time in three years having defeated Donald Cerrone in just 40-seconds in his last 170lb fight.

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