British Sporting Legends Unite in Support of Tom Aspinall’s Quest for UFC Glory at UFC 295

At UFC 295, one of the biggest fights of his career, Tom Aspinall has garnered significant support from other British UFC fighters. This support includes well wishes from the likes of Leon Edwards, Paddy Pimblett, Paul Craig, and more, as seen in a video from the British news site TNT Sports. Aspinall even received a message from WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and his father, John Fury.

With just two weeks’ notice, Aspinall stepped in to fight Sergei Pavlovich and has been overwhelmed with encouragement from the entire MMA community. Despite not being a close teammate of any current UFC fighter, Aspinall has maintained strong relationships within the promotion and continues to receive support from a wide range of professional fighters, including Molly McCann, Arnold Allen, Jack Shore, Nathaniel Wood, Muhammad Mokaev, Darren Till, Carl Frampton, Rio Ferdinand, Joleon Lescott, and Rico Verhoeven.

At UFC 295, Aspinall will undoubtedly feel the unified backing of the entire British fighting community as he embarks on this career-defining battle.