MMA Fighter, Inspired by Trump, Re-Enlists with Green Berets

WOW! This is inspiring. Tim Kennedy is not just any MMA fighter but was a top contender with massive wins including against current champion Michael Bisping.

This is what having an America First president is going for patriotism.

From TMZ

Ex-UFC fighter Tim Kennedy says he’s reenlisted in the U.S. Army Special Forces — and he’s FIRED UP about it … thanks to President Donald Trump.

37-year-old Kennedy has a 24-6 record as a pro MMA fighter — with impressive wins over guys like Michael Bisping and Robbie Lawler.

But he’s also a U.S. Army soldier and tells TMZ Sports he decided to re-enlist with the Green Berets when Trump was elected to the White House back in November.

He’s also a HUGE fan of Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster — “I’m pumped to work for those guys.”

Kennedy also gave us a quick tour of his home — which is reinforced with bulletproof glass in case any bad guys try to mess with him.

Kennedy deploys within the next couple of weeks and, while he couldn’t tell us the exact location — he says it’s a dangerous place and he’ll be there to fight terrorists.

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