Shortly after Bellator 173 on Friday night Cameron Else (4-3) took to social media to put James Gallagher (6-0) on blast.
Gallagher had just won his third straight fight under the Bellator banner when he stopped Kirill Medvedovski early into the first round of their co-main event bout. It was an impressive showing from the youngster but Else wasn't impressed. He posted the following on his Facebook page shortly after Gallagher's fight.
"Calls himself an Strabanimal.. says he will fight anyone ... but all he does is duck real fighters... I don't like this kid one bit.. he hasn't had to work hard in this game at all and is only where he is because he tries his hardest to act like mcgregor. I make many sacrifices to get where I am today. People who know me know how hard it work. This cretin doesn't deserve to be where he is. I've asked to fight him many times and he just hides and comes back with stupid replies. I step up and KO his team mate in his backyard and still he don't want it. To all his fans . . . . Wake up and tell this bitch to step up and fight me in London on @bellatormma 179 ... I will expose him I will destroy him I will make light work of him. And I will derail another hype train. James Gallagher is a fake and he needs to prove himself."
Else is also a fighter under the Bellator banner and made his debut at Bellator 169 in Dublin, Ireland when KO'd Gallagher's SBG teammate Dylan Tuke just twenty seconds into their fight. The Englishman also holds a win over Paddy Pimblett.
A fight with Gallagher might be hard to get as it seems 'The Strabanimal' looks set to face rival AJ McKee (6-0) at the upcoming Bellator card in London but as of this moment that fight is not signed.
*title image via Else's Facebook page
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