Former UFC star Brendan Schaub and his wife Joanna recently welcomed their third child. The couple had a daughter and they named her named Billie Isabel Schaub.
However, their joyous occasion turned slightly awkward after it was revealed that their daughter was named after a character from the popular TV show ‘Stranger Things.’
Joanna Schaub took to her Instagram account on November 22nd, sharing the news of their daughter’s birth. She wrote:
“Billie Isabel Schaub 11-22-2023. Baby girl you came into this world on your own time. Gave mama a big scare but you’re here and you’re more perfect than I could’ve ever imagined.”
“Your daddy, brothers and I love you beyond belief. Not bringing you home with me has been one of the hardest things but any day now you’ll be home with us. Happy birthday my princess 👑 your family can’t wait to have you home.”
In an Instagram Q&A session with fans shortly after Billie’s birth, Joanna Schaub was asked about the inspiration behind their daughter’s name. However, she seemed to have made a mistake while explaining the meaning behind her daughter’s name.
Joanna Schaub shared a photo of the character Billie from the popular television series ‘Stranger Things’ on her Instagram story and said how much she enjoyed her. But it turned out that the character was named Max, not Billie.
Fans took to various platforms to share their thoughts on this naming mishap, generating a series of humorous reactions across social media. Some of the comments are as follows:
“The CTE is airborne”
“She took it down lol gotta change the reasoning now”
“LMAOOOO this family is a gift that keeps on giving”
Amidst this, the UFC community buzzes with anticipation regarding the momentous UFC 300 pay-per-view event slated for next year.
Brendan Schaub recently shared his predictions during episode 362 of The Schaub Show. He hinted at a potential matchup between Conor McGregor and Michael Chandler, alongside a speculated clash between Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz.
Schaub stated: “I think UFC 300, you’re gonna get Conor-Chandler and you’re gonna get GSP-Nick Diaz. Here’s my only assumption with that, if you notice lately GSP’s posted a hell of a lot more. When guys retire, they’re usually not that active on social media.”
“They’re sure not posting training or anything. Look at GSP’s social media, he’s posting way more content. He’s in phenomenal shape. He was supposed to grapple on December 15th.”