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Wednesday, November 1, 2023

PHOTO: Bradley Martyn dressed up as Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Bradley Martyn dressed up as Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls.

Bradley Martyn has garnered significant recognition as a fitness influencer, but of late, he's made a name for himself within the MMA community by issuing challenges to UFC stars for street fights. 

Martyn's post prompted a swift response from his fans, who expressed a wide range of reactions.One fan wrote:

"you chose to be g*y, this could of match your persona better gurrrrl"
Another wrote:

"This is actually the best costume I’ve ever seen"

Check out some more reactions below:
"Wearing a dress like that… it doesn’t take a rocket scientist Brad…"

"Oh, this shits gold 🔥🤣🤣 top 5 for a fact 💀🤣"
"It’s scary how spot on this is"

An off-the-wall character who loves to keep his viewers entertained, he’s known for pulling stunts like bench pressing girls – relatively unsuccessfully, I might add, joining the UFC, and smashing workouts while dressed as one of The Powerpuff Girls.

But as much as he’s a livewire on camera, he also has a rawness and honesty to his content that’s rare to find with macho men who usually don’t like to expose their insecurities.

He’s spoken in depth about his dad’s suicide and the lasting effect it had on him as a child, and has gained countless plaudits for his work in encouraging people who have suffered similar trauma to talk about their experiences.

So, if you’re still not familiar with this crazy yet loveable man mountain then let’s put you in the picture. 

Martyn has confidently claimed that his considerable size advantage would heavily tilt the odds in his favor when pitted against fighters such as UFC bantamweight champion Sean O'Malley and former UFC star Nate Diaz. Even though he has encountered mockery from prominent MMA figures, the 34-year-old American remains unwavering in his determination to challenge the conventional belief that a hypothetical street fight play out in his favor.

He got into bodybuilding in his teenage years, and slowly graduated into personal training, and then he turned to physique competitions.

A true maverick, he was one of the first male influencers to go viral and shot to fame during the rise of Instagram between 2012 and 2015. Yes, he really has been around that long. 


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