Donald Trump Spotted With Female UFC Fighter

Former President Of The United States Donald Trump was recently spotted at UFC 290 with Julianna Peña on her Instagram profile.



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In a surprising turn of events, former President Donald Trump made a prominent appearance at the highly anticipated UFC 290 event held at the renowned T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Accompanied by the president of the mixed martial arts organization, Dana White, and a team of Secret Service agents, Trump’s presence ignited a wave of astonishment among the UFC fans in attendance.

As the crowd watched in awe, Trump emerged from the tunnel at ground level, striding confidently alongside White. The 45th president, known for his outgoing nature, engaged with fans along the way, graciously shaking hands and exchanging brief conversations as he made his way towards the octagon. The unexpected sight of Trump captured the attention of everyone present, including the event’s broadcasters, who reacted with surprise when the former president’s face appeared on the colossal screens surrounding the arena. Despite the shock, it was no secret that Trump harbored a genuine passion for the UFC and enjoyed a close friendship with White, evident when the latter spoke on Trump’s behalf at the 2020 Republican National Convention.

Positioned in one of the best seats in the house, right beside the octagon, Trump took advantage of his prime location by indulging in photo opportunities with those around him during the intermissions between fights. Even the famed UFC commentator, Joe Rogan, made it a point to rendezvous with Trump during his broadcasting duties, reflecting the widespread intrigue surrounding the former president’s presence.

However, the pinnacle moment of the evening occurred when South Africa’s Dricus Du Plessis, a talented UFC fighter, achieved a stunning victory over Robert Whittaker in the middleweight division. Seizing the opportunity, Du Plessis spontaneously leaped over the cage in an exhilarating display of elation and respect, aiming to shake hands with both Trump and White, who stood nearby.


Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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