Tai Tuivasa Urges ‘C**ts’ On Social Media To Stop Telling Him How To Fight: ‘Keep Your Opinions To Your Self!’

UFC heavyweight contender Tai Tuivasa has issued a rebuke to social media detractors who constantly bombard him with hateful comments, attempting to school him on fighting techniques.

“Bam Bam” has always captivated audiences with his electrifying entrances and the steadfast support of his loyal followers at every fight. However, in light of his current struggles, critics have capitalized on the situation to disparage Tuivasa for his performances.

Tuivasa is celebrated for his formidable, hard-hitting fighting style, which he has consistently demonstrated throughout his 15-fight UFC career. However, the Australian is currently enduring a four-fight losing skid, having been most recently submitted in the first round by Marcin Tybura in a UFC Fight Night main event at the Apex this past March.

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Tuivasa has previously experienced a three-fight losing streak in the Octagon but managed to turn his fortunes around by racking up five consecutive victories. This time, though, the journey back to the win column seems to have been taking a toll on him.

Tuivasa Pushes Back Against Fans’ Fighting Lessons

“Bam Bam” recently took to X and shared a compilation video showing fans critiquing his fighting style and offering advice in the comments. Tuivasa singled out one fan’s suggestion that he should diversify his approach beyond brute power.

In the caption, the Aussie expressed frustration with the flood of unsolicited advice on his social media posts and in his direct messages, urging those who haven’t competed at his level to refrain from offering opinions.

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He emphasized that he competes against the world’s top fighters and values input only from those with comparable experience.

“This is 90% of the c**ts in my comments and DMs telling me how to fight,” Tuivasa wrote. “I fight the top fighters in the world; unless you are one of them or have done it before, keep your opinions to your self!”

Tuivasa is gearing up for his comeback fight against Jairzinho Rozenstruik at UFC 305, scheduled to take place at the RAC Arena in Perth, Australia, on August 17.

Before his recent setbacks, Tuivasa was riding high on a streak of five consecutive knockout victories, with notable wins over Derrick Lewis, Augusto Sakai, and Greg Hardy. He currently boasts an Octagon record of 8-7.

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