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Willie Monroe Jr’s trainer, T.J Nolan, was not happy about what happened to his fighter on stage at the weigh-ins.

“He [Billy Joe’s son] actually threw two punches and a kick. That’s just a definition of the character of what his [Billy Joe] personality is. I guess that’s the Gypsy lifestyle to teach your kids how to be disrespectful. For us coming to another country, it’s not very good hospitality,” said Nolan.

Nolan suggests that the incident might cause further problems for Frank Warren, who is promoting the event.

“It’s actually a bad look for Frank Warren. Fighters are gonna see that, especially American fighters, and might not come over,” he said. 

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