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UFC fighter says Ireland's nightlife 'sucks' on Fridays as he visits for stag

Johnny Walker

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Johnny Walker

A UFC fighter was left lower than impressed with Irish nightlife after he took a visit to one in every of Eire’s largest cities to take pleasure in his stag.

Brazilian fighter Johnny Walker stated he made his strategy to Cork on Friday, hoping for a fun-filled evening however was left disillusioned.

The athlete who trains out of Dublin was joined by his coach John Kavanagh.

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Taking to Twitter, he proclaimed that the “metropolis is useless”, stories Cork Beo.

Johnny wrote: “I am so so sorry however I’ve to say Cork evening Friday evening sucks, nothing to do anymore, the town is useless! Hopefully Saturday is best, tonight sucks.”

He added: “first evening on my stag, sh**”.

The tweet acquired a number of traction on-line, with many chiming in with strategies on how Johnny might enhance his stag with a greater evening on Saturday.

One particular person joked: “There is a mass in Ballyphehane at 6pm”.

Whereas others urged him to come back again in a couple of weeks for the Jazz.

They stated: “Come again in 4 weeks time for the jazz weekend. Utterly completely different story. Greatest metropolis within the nation when it is on”.

Loads of others chimed in to level him to one of many metropolis’s many hotspots that may swimsuit.

They stated: “Whatcha trying to do day 2 Johnny?

Prime class cocktails in Cask, Upstairs at Arthur Maynes and dwyers. Greatest place for sport, play interactive darts and pool is the mardyke. Metropolis is far busier on a sat evening however bear in mind each place closes at 2.30am.”


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