The 29-year-old was back on TV, but not a reality show this time but the mean wiring of a MMA cage in Birmingham
GEORDIE SHORE’S Aaron Chalmers has paid tribute to his family for their support after his stunning MMA debut win.
The 29-year-old reality TV star defeated his welterweight opponent Greg Jenkins after just 2:09 minutes at Birmingham’s Genting Arena.
And after the fight, Chalmers shared an emotional post on his Instagram account of him stood smiling with family and friends.
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He wrote: “Support from family is everything!! Couldn’t do what I do with out these in my life!!
“Thanks for making the journey but now lets get p***ed.”
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It was a hugely impressive performance from the Ex on the Beach star as he looked calm and composed as he proved to be too strong for the Liverpudlian.
He seemed a natural inside the cage as he showed classy punch combinations as well as proving superior when he took the fight to the floor.
Chalmers finished the contest with a Kimura armlock which forced the submission, showing he means real business in the sport, and him fighting is not just a PR stunt.
Speaking after the fight he added: “A lot of people are booing but I bet all those people booing have never made that walk and done what I did in here.”
Asked what’s next, Chalmers said: “Can’t wait to do it all again. Have a holiday, go back into camp. Let’s see what happens next.”