Al Iaquinta Is Raging On Social Media Again

We’re now several days removed from Al Iaquinta’s KO victory over Diego Sanchez at UFC Fight Night 108, but it seems that ‘Raging’ has not finished letting off steam on social media.

Moving on from blasting the UFC for not paying him enough, Iaquinta now has Reebok in his sights, as well as a number of his fellow UFC fighters including Kevin Lee, Bobby Green and Mitch Clarke.

“Just got off the phone with @Reebok trying to act cool with me, ether youbwoth me or against me,” Iaquinta posted on Twitter.

“You choose little bitch sagenorth cut over me I’m the fucking man.. I’ll take your guy out @Reebok take away my sponsor money.”

Iaquinta’s vaguely incoherent tweets continued with a sign that he might not be ready to completely burn his bridges with the UFC’s clothing sponsor just yet.

“Reebok has some nice gear though I’ll give t got them@😂”

Next to get it in the neck was one of Iaquinta’s former opponents, Kevin Lee, who he handed a UFC debut loss to back in 2014, but has since gone on to compile an 8-1 record in the Octagon.

“Kevin lee could never throw a right like me ducking dork. Dropped him with a Jab. hahah. Fucking dork.

“Kevin Lee couldn’t throw a punch to save his life.”

Apparently Iaquinta’s also not too keen on the last man to defeat him in the UFC, Mitch Clarke, who tapped him out with a d’arce choke in May of 2014.

“Mitch Clarke is a little bitch,” Iaquinta declared.

Finally, Iaquinta turned his sights on Bobby Green, who’s currently in a tough spot after losing his last three fights in a row.

“Bobby green can actually throw a punch but he’s a mental@sissy bag.”

“All of them I fight for free,” Iaquinta then stated, though when asked by a fan about fighting either Eddie Alvarez or Dustin Poirier, he replied with, “$$$.”

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