UFC Stars to Work Together to Stop UK Knife and Gun Violence

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Three UK UFC stars are set to work together in an attempt to stop UK knife and gun violence. Middleweight Darren Till, welterweight Leon Edwards and former light heavyweight Jimi Manuwa have all highlighted this week that something needs to be done.

The Cause

As of yet, we don’t know what they will be doing to help knife and gun violence within the UK. Each man this week sent out a similar tweet highlighting their plans.

As of yet, we don’t how they will be ‘taking a stand’, but it is an important issue that must come to light. Each man is set to use their platform for good, to highlight that knife and gun violence is an issue and look to reduce it.

Those Involved

It is unclear at this moment whether there will be more UK MMA stars involved with the cause. We could expect Edwards’ brother, Fabian Edwards who fights under the Bellator banner to get involved. Both Till and Manuwa have also got extensive ‘circles’ within MMA and can really get their point across.

As the Tweets by each man states ‘tag those who can help us take a stand now‘, so we can expect more people to get involved in the near future. Please get involved in any way you can.

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Frazer is a 26 year old MMA and boxing enthusiast from Coventry, England. He is the host of the MMASucka podcast which comes out every Monday.

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