There is an old saying that goes “where there is smoke, there is usually a fire.” I don't know what that has to do with Justine Kish, but she's had quite the week.
Kish has achieved a lot during her short time in the Octagon, but the pooping incident at UFC Fight Night: Oklahoma City may be the one thing she’s remembered most for.
Now things have taken a turn towards the stranger side of things because an unnamed UFC fan has offered the fighter $15,000 for her poop stained fight gear.
“The most lucrative offer I’ve got is someone messaged me and said, ‘hey, we would love to pay,’ – because I didn’t get my winnings,” Kish told Submission Radio. “I would say I returned back with half of what I would have liked to have had. And so the most lucrative was, ‘hey, I would like to buy whatever kind of winnings you lost, I would like to buy your shorts for that same amount to hang them up’ and ‘blah, blah blah in my man cave.’ I was like, this is disgusting. There are some really disgusting people out there. And so they offered me $15,000 for my shorts.”
While owning pants filled with the stains of a solid number two may be some fans dream, this has got to be the first time that somebody got a hold of a fighter to buy them.
What makes things even better is that the unnamed fan would like to display the stinky shorts in a shrine of sorts.
“Some man that wanted a man cave with my shorts – he has like a UFC (shrine),” Kish said. “He gave me his name, his email address, all these things. I really don’t want to give too much details, but that was the most lucrative offer and I’m not gonna… I mean, I don’t… I mean, why? I mean, people are saying, ‘send them over, just go do it.’ I’m like, oh, alright. Well I’ll give him my information, but I don’t see how this is actually real.”
Justine Kish earned a total of $14,000 for her loss at UFC Fight Night: Oklahoma. It is interesting to think that she would make more for dropping a deuce than she would for the actually fight in which she defecated in the Octagon.
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