The statement “CTE already getting to em” by Bryce Mitchell, who recommends revisions to the English dictionary, causes fans to raise their heads.

Bryce Mitchell is without a doubt one of the featherweights in the UFC who is climbing through the ranks at one of the quickest rates. The Arkansas native, who is now 28 years old, is frequently lauded for his amazing skill set; yet, he is also well-known for his forthright and unfiltered manner of being.

Mitchell is coming off of a victory against Dan Ige by way of unanimous decision at UFC Vegas 79 during the past weekend. Just a few days after his triumph, ‘Thug Nasty’ suggested a substantial revision to the English language vocabulary, which drove MMA fans into a frenzy.

Bryce Mitchell recently sent a response to a tweet that asked users of X to give the perspectives on mixed martial arts that are the least popular among their peers. He then asserted the following in a tweet while quoting the post:

It should be spelled “Fight,” not “Fite.”
These comments are fairly in line with the fighter’s brand, who is known for being unafraid to voice his opinions, and the challenger for the No. 10 spot in the featherweight division.

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However, admirers were left perplexed by his words, and many rushed to the comments area of the post to share their thoughts as quickly as they could. One of Mitchell’s fans opined that the quarterback might be exhibiting signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and wrote:

“CTE is already getting to em’ at a young age.”
Another supporter laughed about his well-known commitment to the flat-earth hypothesis by referring to it:

Bryce Mitchell leaves Michael Bisping and Anthony Smith in splits after claiming gravity isn’t real

One of Mitchell’s most firm convictions is that the earth is flat and that the ellipsoid shape of our blue planet, as acknowledged by the mainstream, is a deception perpetrated by agencies with sinister intents. Mitchell is no stranger to provoking controversy by sharing his absurd opinions on various topics, and he is no stranger to stirring up controversy by voicing his outlandish takes on other topics.

Recently, Mitchell shared one more of his fundamental convictions with Michael Bisping and Anthony Smith for their amusement. ‘Thug Nasty’ explained to the MMA superstars that he does not believe gravity to be a real force and supported his assertions by arguing that there is “no evidence.”

Bryce Mitchell and Michael Bisping got into a heated debate regarding the existence of a supernatural higher power in the most recent episode of the Believe You Me podcast. After ‘The Count’ rebutted Mitchell’s statements by challenging Mitchell to provide evidence that god exists, ‘Thug Nasty’ fired back by challenging Mitchell to provide evidence that gravity exists:

“Bisping, I have something important to discuss with you right now. There is no such thing as gravity! If you are going to tell me that you don’t believe in God because there is no evidence, then show me the evidence that gravity exists. You are aware of the reasons why things fall to the ground, right? Due to the fact that it is dense, brother.”

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