UFC fans stunned to see BMF champ Justin Gaethje sporting a dress at friendly gathering

UFC lightweight contender Justin Gaethje has always been known for his intense matches and spectacular knockout victories inside the octagon.

His most memorable moment came at UFC 291 when he secured the coveted BMF (Baddest Mother F***er) championship with a breathtaking head-kick KO against Dustin Poirier.

This victory not only solidified his reputation as a formidable combatant but also showcased his indomitable spirit and unwavering resilience, qualities that have earned him admiration from fans and fellow competitors alike. Many view these attributes as the epitome of his unyielding masculinity.

However, Gaethje recently surprised his fanbase by revealing a side of himself that few had seen before. A series of online videos emerged, featuring him confidently sporting a striking blue crepe maxi swing dress.

MMA fans were left perplexed, wondering about the reasoning behind Gaethje’s unconventional choice of attire. It was later revealed that Gaethje had ranked at the bottom among his friends in last year’s Fantasy Football draft and had subsequently lost a bet. In accordance with the agreed-upon consequences, he embraced the unique blue dress as a lighthearted penalty.

Numerous fans flocked to social media platforms to react to the video, with former UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman expressing his curiosity : “I have so many questions?”

Meanwhile, some speculated that Justin Gaethje may have drawn inspiration from UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya’s documentary. Adesanya has played a pivotal role in challenging conventional notions of masculinity through his growing popularity.

He commented: “After watching Israel Adesanya’s documentary on toxic masculinity.”

In the midst of the buzz surrounding Gaethje’s unexpected fashion statement, former UFC lightweight contender Josh Thomson offered valuable insights regarding a potential bout against the retired UFC welterweight Jorge Masvidal.

Jorge Masvidal is the first BMF champion and retired from the sport in April 2023 after enduring four consecutive losses inside the octagon. However, the 38-year-old is now contemplating a comeback and has his sights set on a BMF championship showdown with Gaethje.

During an appearance on the ‘Weighing In’ podcast, Thomson expressed his enthusiasm for the idea of a BMF title clash between Justin Gaethje and Jorge Masvidal. He stated, “I mean if I’m Justin, what I’m doing is I’m waiting for (Masvidal). After I get my next title shot, I will probably do one last fight for the BMF against Masvidal.”

“That’d be a money fight. Say my goodbyes. I think my retirement fight would be – and then that gives Masvidal time to get even more fat. Be out of the sport a little bit longer while Justin’s been training for title shots.”