Jake Paul’s now former girlfriend Julia Rose has posted a new beach photo where she has taken a lot off! You can view it below.
Jake Paul is certainly living the good life better than Cain Velasquez right now, sadly. Michael Bisping recently shared his thoughts on the former UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez, who was arrested last week following a shooting incident in California. The 39-year-old reportedly pursued and attempted to shoot 43-year-old Harry Eugene Goularte, who is accused of molesting an underage relative of Velasquez.
Goularte is accused of molesting Velasquez’s family member “100 times” at a daycare facility owned by his mother where he lived but did not work. Goularte denied the misconduct to police, but a charge of the nasty act upon a child under age 14 was filed after investigators interviewed the alleged victim.
Michael Bisping supports the actions of Cain Velasquez
Bisping noted the potential motive of Velasquez’s actions. The long-tenured UFC commentator Joe Rogan also shared his take on the matter. On The Joe Rogan Experience, Bisping agreed the former heavyweight champion was justified in his actions.
“It’s beyond sick. That guy deserves everything that Cain did. Well, Cain got his father, didn’t he? Not the guy himself, sadly. My only wish is that he just ran the car off the road, pulled that guy out of the f*cking car, and beat him to death. F*ck you.” And even that would have been too good for him,” Bisping added.
According to the San Jose Police Department, Velasquez was chasing Harry Goularte and fired a gun several times at a truck carrying him, his mother, and stepfather. The stepfather was driving the vehicle and was the only person struck with a bullet during the incident.
Talking to the ever-so-controversial Joe Rogan during one of the latest editions of The Joe Rogan Experience, Michael Bisping discussed Conor McGregor potentially challenge for the UFC Lightweight Championship against Charles Oliveira. Credit to MMA Fighting for the following quote
“It’s wild but if you ran the company would you want that to happen? You probably would, let’s be honest. The reality is, Conor’s best days are long gone, probably. You can’t stay at the top forever.”