Paddy Pimblett Height

The next big thing in the world of mixed martial arts. Love him or hate him, Paddy "The Baddie" Pimblett is obviously a star material and a great MMA fighter.

But how great is his height?

Well, UFC has billed his height as 5 feet 10 inches. But you can't really trust UFC where height of its fighters is concerned.

UFC like WWE usually adds an inch or two to the height of their fighters. Take Michael Chandler for example. UFC lists his height as 5 feet 8 inches when in reality he is no more than 5'6".

Though strangely enough, there is good evidence available that Paddy is actually taller than his UFC listing -- if only by a slight margin.

Paddy's height was recently measured with a real stadiometer. It came out as 5 feet 10.6 inches. Though the slight problem is that the measurement was done at 8 AM -- morning.

Many people don't know about this but it is a true fact nevertheless that you become shorter as the day progresses. Because as you go about your daily activities, standing tall and proud, the space between your intervertebral discs gets compressed and your spine becomes slightly shorter.

So, perhaps the best time to measure someone's is in the afternoon. Anyway, we can take a little length out of Paddy's measurement and everything will be fine.

The real height of Paddy Pimblett is

5'10½" or 179 cm

Paddy Pimblett mugshot
Paddy The Baddie

Paddy Pimblett is a lad from Liverpool, so obviously his quotes would be gold.

Paddy the Baddie on Jake Paul.

He’s a sausage. I’d fight him tomorrow and I’d beat him up.

On being happy, which made everyone listening chuckle.

I’d rather be fat and happy, these people that are ripped all year round aren’t happy, I don’t care what they say.

On being a fighter, facing adversity.

I always knew I could come through adversity because I’ve done it in my life. I’ve come through lots of battles with depression and mental health at such a young age. I’ve come through a lot of stuff and people don’t see that side of fighting. That performance there for me, it shows everyone what I’m about.

On men.

Men have got this stigma that if I talk like that I’m a weak man. You’re not a weak man. You’re stronger than anyone. You can talk to your mate and say this is affecting me.

On men needing help.

There’s a stigma in this world that men can’t talk. Listen. If you’re a man and you got a weight on your shoulders and you think the only way you can solve it is by killing yourself. Please speak to someone. Speak to anyone. I know I’d rather my mate rather cry on my shoulder than go to his funeral next week. So, please. Let’s get rid of this stigma. And men, start talking.